3D Coat is a texturing and digital sculpting program. It uses advanced manipulation of polygonal to make sculpting tools. You can morph, create UV maps, and more. It is friendly enough for beginners, yet it offers a set of features fit for professionals. It can fit into your workflow so that you have the ability to complete the work on your plate with 3D environments and models.
You can import your 3D models with ease. You can take an already created one, or you can make your own from scratch. This means that even if you created your model in another app, you can import and use it here.
It is important to have your voxel objects ready to edit. This prepares them, so you are ready to start sculpting with minimal downtime involved.
There are various high-resolution details that you can use. You can use UV unwrapping and even mapping. You can displace the texture. This is a painstaking process usually, so being able to do it easily is a huge time saver. After that, you can put your polygon skin over the layering and still continue to edit it. The physical rendering is infused to the textures, up to 16k. The digital imaging is akin to Photoshop, with advanced features and mapping.
3D Coat was quite impressive to test out. We found that the advanced layering and sculpting were the best features of the entire application. The ability to edit your 3D models like you would edit something that was 3D in Photoshop was refreshing and powerful. Whether you are a novice or a professional, there is probably a lot of value you could gain by using it. The free trial means there is virtually no risk to try it, which we recommend.