Originally Posted by renderhjs
Don't you think that it's a bit pricey for something so limited and not yet production proven. I think that the average user here might be more interested if it was affordable for rather pocket money say like 20 - 40 $ and if there would be user input controls to tweak the results.
A package such as Silo 3d is available for 99 $ as well and its a really attractive price for many artists to actually consider purchasing next to what they already have at work or at home. Crazybump has also a great value for its price. But 99 $ for a rater limited tool is imo. not realistic.
Thanks for your time. PhotoSculpt
is a new software and it will improve over time (see http://photosculpt.uservoice.com
), but I think it's great as is
. It does superb models and it's a real time saver for texture work and base sculpting. No other software does the same as it's based on binocular vision. Textures just look better than other softwares. Have you tried it for yourself ? Just try the samples or go out for 1h shoot 100+ texture shots and you'll see how much time you save and how much nicer your textures are with all maps in 3D HD. (tileable, normal, depth, ao, ...)
Note that if you never have to create natural objects like stone, vegetals, fabric, skin, wood, then it's maybe not the right software for you.
I have a doubt, I like CB but CB is only 2D, dont do seamless tileable and is 299$, so it's much more expensive than PST. Does this makes sense?