Maxon Acquires ZBrush With Pixologic Assets

Maxon, a German developer of 3D media software, has completed financial and regulatory requirements for acquisition of assets belonging to Pixologic, developer of the ZBrush sculpting and painting package.

The move strengthens Maxon’s position in the €16 billion 3D Animation Industry by adding the package employed by various major franchises including Dune, Star Wars, Avatar, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Game of Thrones, and Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit.

“We are excited to start working with the Maxon team,” said Ofer Alon, Founder and Visionary of Pixologic. “Our synergies are undeniable - both companies share a great tradition of outstanding products, innovation and a passion to serve the creative community.”

Until further notice, ZBrush pricing remains unchanged following the completion of the acquisition. Customers can continue to purchase ZBrush through their usual sales channels, including the ZBrush online store.

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