I have something that makes me curious and perhaps you could clarify this fact for me.
I have noticed that when I look for the ranking of the most used or most popular 3D programs I have not seen until now (I speak in my case) that mention Adobe's Dimension; generally the usual softwares are listed: 3ds max, AuotCAD, Zbrush, Blender, Maya, etc.
What is the reason for this?
(I repeat that maybe if it is mentioned but I have not seen it).
....and happy new year...
the answer is because of the question i.e, ask the wrong question = get the wrong answer
Adobe Dimension is not modelling software but it is rendor software when you compare it to other software of the same type it comes off fine: which of these would you pick over Dimension?
I have been researching and I already understand the differences between this Adobe program and the ones I have cited in the post; and also how they can work together. We can say that D is a 3D design and rendering program but without the modeling capacity; and this is where modeling software comes in.