That said, there are still a few kinks in this application that Pixologic needs to iron out. As the poly count of a model increases, so does the chance of Sculptris suddenly crashing. Fortunately, Sculptris saves the current work in progress periodically and seamlessly. Running it after a crash will automatically load its last save file.
While Sculptris is great for sculpting organic models, it doesn’t come with a lot of bells and whistles. If you want to retopologize a model or change its pose, you’ll need to use other 3D applications for that. Nevertheless, using Sculptris is probably the closest one can get to molding clay in digital form. What’s more, it’s free. That, along with its ease of use, makes Sculptris a winner.