Some sort of discount for having both plans
I mean after having personal feelings and then reading the comments of other users, being a ux designer as well as freelancer during a pandemic I can honestly say paying $30 for the cloud and another $40 for this is incredibly steep and also undesirable, when they’re free programs that like unreal engine, free (exceptional quality) quixel assets and blender or finding a combination of cheaper workarounds with lesser known options. Part of being a small business I have to evaluate my priorities and paying almost $100+ a month just for one brand of software isn’t the most attractive or even remotely sustainable option.
Keith Van Der Westhuizen 0 commented
I must say I do agree completely.
We have been a long term client of Adobe; and have 4 paid licenses for teams. This is most definitely not cheap; but necessary! The Adobe Creative Cloud license; coupled with Corel Draw licenses and Autodesk licenses and now having to add an additional license for all the features that should have been added to Adobe Dimension is outrageous.
It appears to be that dimension was released and all of the features that should have been added to dimension through the community forum feedback was redirected to substance after adobe acquired the company and now is forcing clients to purchase an additional license.
At the time we were very excited thinking that this would be included in the creative cloud suite; but noooo....We are in the middle of a pandemic and in South Africa; we are merely trying to make ends meat.
Honestly after 30 years of trading and the South African economy constantly plummeting, we will soon have to start looking at alternative software, most likely opensource software that can get the job done too.
Nicolas LIATTI commented
You should have a look at the launch prices: https://www.substance3d.com/launch-offer/