Substance Designer non-commercial license for $99 only!



Introducing an inspirational non-commercial license for $99 only![/b][/b]

   Today we are very happy to announce a new way for texturing lovers to  acquire the most advanced, fully featured texturing tool out there at a  fair price point. We have been pinged by many to do such thing, we  listened to our community and we are glad to offer this non-commercial  license for Substance Designer as of now.

   This represents a unique opportunity for independent creators, modders,  hobbyist and students all around the world to get their hands on the  tool of choice in the industry. Don't miss it!

   [b]Also, and finally, as this is the season for gifts, we are happy to  add a package of 250 substance source files for any order we receive  before the end of the year. We hope you enjoy your new texturing arsenal  and happy Holiday![/b]

Discover Substance Designer 3 and download a free 30 days trial on Allegorithmic’s website:


That’s great. Bought the bitmap2 material but substance designer was a bit expensive for personal stuff, so for this very cool


Are there any other limitations other than the obvious non-commercial usage, and can this be upgraded later to the commercial version?



Haven’t explored it much yet but seems the whole thing including bonus materials. Not sure about the upgrade path.


Thanks a lot for the reply, Tony! :slight_smile:
Hopefully we can get an official statement on this as well.

Cheers and Happy Holidays!


No other limitation.
And the NCU version is of course upgradeable to the commercial version. :wink:


Sounds great! Thanks a lot for the reply. :slight_smile:
I have admittedly been reluctant to try Substance Designer so far, since I rarely find the time to really take an app for a test drive over a one-piece 30 day period. But this sounds like a great incentive, albeit coupled with an investment, to leisurely explore the app without limitations before committing to a commercially priced purchase. :thumbsup:

Cheers and Happy Holidays!


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