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Our voice

When we published first version of 3D-Coat we asked ourselves – what is our responsibility and what for may it be used? And it was serious question for us – we realize a powerful tool like 3D-Coat could be used to create beautiful works of art to inspire and bring joy, or works that provoke hatred, aggression or addiction. We are mostly Christian team, so this question is especilly sharp for us because we know that God’s law treats hatred as murder and infidelity in mind as real adultery, and we are worried about the fate of a society in which depravity is often the norm. That’s why, as the creators of 3D-Coat, we ask you consider what you do using 3D-Coat with responsibility – how it influeces other peoples and society.

We considered our position from this point of view. We think that 3D-Coat helps peoples to be creative, so it changes world to better state. We believe we are each responsible for everything we do and must ask ourselves whether we better this world or make it worse. Let us endeavor to use our creativity to better ourselves and our society.

We have found Christ really helped us to find joy and happiness, overcome inner evil and ambivalence when we repented and given Him our hearts.

We cannot–and do not want to!–control your creative activities. This is a personal appeal and not a legal demand. We realize some people may be offended by this appeal, which could impact sales, but our conscience demands it of us. Thank you for understanding.

Respectfully yours,

The Staff of Pilgway


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