The new version adds the Stamps system and the Lazy and Steady Stroke options.
On top of making its entire collection of Substance 3D tools freely available to students and teachers, Adobe also announced the release of Substance 3D Modeler 0.26, a new and improved version of the company's 3D modeling and sculpting software that gives you the ability to create on both desktop and VR. In case you missed it, the software was released back in late April and can be tried and tested for free.
Entering its fifth beta, the application has got a new Stamps system that enables its users to add detail to a model by stamping its surface with a mesh. The stamps can be created from the existing layers as well as imported into the project. Additionally, the new version of the software has got VR-exclusive Lazy and Steady Stroke options to smooth out jitters in freehand strokes.