Mixer Beta is Now Free
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Amazing work. I would really appriciate if you post a tutorial about that ornament. Thanks

by Yes
11 hours ago

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by Kai Marshall
1 days ago

Awesome! So proud of you!!! <3

Mixer Beta is Now Free
30 January, 2019

Some exciting news for all Quixel fans here. First, Mixer is gearing up for some massive upgrades, and the team decided to to announce that the beta access to Quixel Mixer is now free for everyone. The team noted that the free beta is expected to run for most of this year. “It will be completely free for you to play with, cut loose with, and give your feedback on. We need your help to build Mixer into the robust, stable and fun application we need as an artistic community to take our art to the next level,” said Teddy Bergsman Lind in a blog post.

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You can grab Mixer here. Once the beta period is over, Quixel Mixer will also be distributed as a stand-alone application with a perpetual license at a cost of $99. “This is something many of you have requested over the year, and we’re happy to finally provide the #1 option asked for by indies and students. Mixer will still, of course, be available as part of the monthly and yearly plans for all who prefer subscriptions,” added the developer.

What is more, the ‘Free’ section of the Quixel Megascans library has been expanded and refreshed to 50 super high-quality assets: all-new 3D assets, tileable surfaces, decals, and more assets with 8K resolution access. You can grab the free assets here.

Learn more here.


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It might depend on the development tools and underlying dependencies. But yes, Linux would be nice.
Painter and Designer have them, but with Adobe in charge now, who know how long that will stay…..


A Linux version would be highly appreciated