Substance 3D Modeler

Create 3D Models on Desktop and in VR.

Access Modeller in the Adobe Substance 3D Collection plan for just  . Windows only.

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Substance 3D Collection
for Individuals

  

Model, texture, and render 3D assets and scenes. Download 50 3D assets per month. Learn more

Substance 3D Collection
for Teams

S$139.00/mo per license

Model, texture, and render 3D assets and scenes. Download 100 3D assets per month. Learn more

Substance 3D Collection
for Students and Teachers

FREE

Model, texture, and render 3D assets and scenes. Learn more

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Explore the Substance 3D family of apps.

Substance 3D Modeler

Intuitively sculpt 3D models on desktop and in VR.

Substance 3D Sampler

Transform photos into 3D models and materials.

Substance 3D Designer

Design parametric 3D assets with full control and infinite possibilities.

Substance 3D Painter

Texture 3D models in real time with this industry-standard app.

Substance 3D Stager

Compose and render state-of-the-art 3D scenes in your own virtual studio.

Substance 3D Assets

Select from a curated, growing high-end 3D asset library.

Frequently asked questions.

3D modelling software allows you to create digital representations of three-dimensional objects. Software uses mathematical calculations to mimic depth, lighting, textures and more, creating the appearance of true 3D. These models can be used for a number of applications across many industries.

Currently, Substance 3D Modeler is not available for macOS. A full list of technical requirements is available in the documentation.

Modeller supports most standard 3D file types, including OBJ, FBX, USD and glTF. A full list of supported file formats can be found in the documentation.

Beginners may find Modeller suitable for learning because it doesn’t require technical concerns about polygons and topology to start shaping objects. Modeller aims to make 3D modelling feel as gestural and natural as sculpting real world clay.

To import a mesh into Modeller, use the File > Import Mesh option in the menu or the shortcut ctrl + shift + m. Modeller supports most standard file types, including OBJ, FBX, USD and glTF. You can also import any Modeller scene which is saved as an SMOD file.