Maybe this is the big announcement tomorrow. Probably not, but I downloaded it over the weekend and it's really fun to play with. I even gave a copy to my 3 year old so he can become a digital artist.
If you haven't figured it out, Autodesk has created a number of products for the iPad. They're free. Your kids will be using them. Autodesk has now expanded their branding into this new world of tablets. The number of people using Autodesk products will increase exponentially. The children of your clients and prospects will be using these tools. Those kids will move up to Revit and shows their parents. You will have no choice but to provide 3D visualization and construction documents. This should be interesting to watch.
123D Sculpt for iPad on the iTunes App Store
It's free for a limited time.....so download it right now.
By Autodesk Inc.View More By This Developer
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
- Category: Entertainment
- Released: Aug 09, 2011
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 256 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Autodesk
- © Autodesk Inc.
Requirements: Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 4.3 or later.
More links for you to browse yourself: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=123d+sculpt&aq=f
The most fun you can have sculpting without getting your hands dirty!
*** Free for a limited time! ***
With Autodesk® 123D™ Sculpt you can sculpt and paint interesting and realistic 3D shapes.
It’s easy to get started. Choose a shape from the library of creatures, humans, vehicles, and more. Then push, pull and paint to make the sculpture your own. When you are done, take snapshots in the camera room or create animated QuickTime turntable movies to upload to YouTube or email to friends.
✓ Multi-Touch tools let you sculpt and experiment with the details of your creation, just like real clay
✓ Pull – add bumps and create raised areas to exaggerate details like noses, claws, and fins
✓ Smooth – soften out rough areas or blend details into one another
✓ Push – create grooves and valleys by pushing into the shape
✓ Pinch – create hard edges and ridges to add sharp details
✓ Grab – grab hold of the shape and stretch it out
✓ Flatten – make curvy or lumpy surfaces flat
✓ Bulge – create large or small bulging effects
✓ Personalize and detail your sculpture using built-in brushes and textures, or use your own images to create exactly the look you want
✓ Paint – use a bold color palette to add shades, tints, and hues
✓ Image rub – use your finger to rub areas of a photo directly onto your creation to add realistic details
✓ Import your own images from your Photo Library or take photos using your iPad 2 camera to use as custom textures
✓ Create and Share your creations as images or movies on Flickr, Facebook, Dropbox or YouTube
✓ Email your images directly from the app or save to your Photo Library
✓ Save transparent PNG images for incorporating into other digital art compositions, or for further processing in apps like SketchBook Pro
✓ Create 720p HD QuickTime turntables of your sculptures for sharing on YouTube or for import into iMovie projects.
✓ Use AirPrint to print out stunning images of your creation to show off to your friends
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