Autodesk releases free iPad sculpting app
Doodle a masterpiece (or monstrosity) with 123D Sculpt, then slap a photo-based texture on top
Autodesk has released a nifty entry-level sculpting app for the iPad.
123D Sculpt, which is free “for a limited time”, enables users to customise one of 17 base models with a range of simple sculpting and detailing tools, then stencil photos on top.
Photos can be imported or captured directly with the iPad 2 camera.
It looks great fun to use, although there is currently no option to export the geometry, so for the minute, you’ll be confined to uploading your masterpieces to Facebook or YouTube.
Download 123D Sculpt from the App Store
Visit the 123D Sculpt website
Since we put up news of this sculpting tool, Tap! magazine has reviewed it.
Read Tap!’s review of 123D Sculpt
on Thursday, August 11th, 2011 at 10:13 am under News, Products, Uncategorized.
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