As the question states, I need a texturing program, as I am not very good at working on a 2D texture without any reference to the model I am working on. After some research, I found that most of the texturing software costs a disproportionate amount of money. Does anyone know or use a good, free texturing software? The only other one I have tried is dDo, Which to not meet my needs.
Thanks, I am sure that this help many other people too.
I have tried gimp, I was thinking of a 3d program, like adobe mudbox, but free due to my budget
Answer by emiller100
Jul 17, 2013 at 09:38 PM
here is a link http://www.gimp.org/
Answer by teoras2
Apr 18 at 04:14 PM
Here you can get some good free stuf and license free all. https://boomtextures.com/
Answer by Prussian
Jul 17, 2013 at 10:30 PM
GIMP, Paint.net, Seashore... etc. etc. Here's a good link for you.
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