Working from home with Gaea

As the CG industry institutes work-from-home (WFH) practices to reduce the spread of COVID-19 worldwide, we’d like to help ease this transition both functionally and financially.

From today, QuadSpinner will be offering WFH licenses for artists who use Gaea in their studio, but who don’t have a copy at home. This will include Professional and Enterprise license customers, including site license holders.

Additionally, we're extending this convenience to students and teachers who have access to Gaea at their university or school, but not at home.

If you have a Gaea Indie or Professional license, you are allowed to install it on 2 machines. You do not need to request a WFH license in this scenario.
If you have already installed it on 2 machines at work and need to install it at home, feel free to do so. You can contact support to reset the license when you go back to your work computer.

To request a WFH license, complete and submit the form below. Our Support team will contact you. Don’t hesitate to contact us, if you have any questions.

The WFH license will be valid through May 31, 2020 when we will re-evaluate the situation.

Level up your skills!

If you are not already a member of our active artist community on Facebook, we invite you to join. It’s a great place to learn techniques, interact with users, watch mini-tutorials, and get the latest news from our dev team.

We have recordings of previous live streams on our YouTube Channel which showcase unique techniques and concepts for making terrains.

In case you don't qualify for a WFH license, and just want to learn new forms of terrain design while at home, Gaea Community Edition remains free for everyone - including commercial use. With viewport previews of up to 4K, everything you need to level up your skills is right there.

Most importantly: stay safe!

The situation across the planet is serious, but it is not hopeless. Please stay at home, and follow the guidelines set up by healthcare professionals. Together, we will persevere through this crisis.

For up-to-date information, visit WHO.int

Please allow up 2-3 days for a response. During this period, our response times may be affected.