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Can we have a minute of silence for Marmoset Toolbag?
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>>530999
There are things that I'd love to see Marmoset do, but this is not a Marmoset killer nor is it probably intended to be one.

It's in-engine so it could definitely come up with uses, but Marmoset needs to be outclassed for both film, games, and portfolio. This is most likely intended for game models/etc only.
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>>530999

Good more competition is always welcome. The only problem I have with viewers is the inconsistencies between viewports it looks different in photoshop, max, substance designer, marmoset etc.
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So it's UE4 without 99% of its functions ?
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>>531028
Yes, it's intending to give a more accurate representation of what an object would look like ingame. The beautiful shots you see on Artstation? 95% of them look like ass ingame because Marmoset is doing all the work.
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>>531035
You can still get near-Marmosets settings, but there is major tweaking and playing with materials involved within UE4.
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>>531035
>95% of them look like ass ingame because Marmoset is doing all the work.
theres literally nothing mormoset does that UE4 can't



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