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Design, Paint and Print Monsters With Autodesk's '123D Creature'

Autodesk recently released a new iPad app for novice 3D modelers, 123D Creature, which allows creators to use gesture controls to mold monsters out of virtual clay.

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Creatures are designed from the ground up, with sculpted features and painted-on fur, feathers, and skin. Completed projects can be exported as an image, a 3D model, or printed using a 3D printer.
-Technology previously only available to professional 3D artists can now be easily used by anyone to create incredible 3D creatures from scratch directly on the iPad.

-Biped or quadruped, wings, fins, horns, claws or paws. If you can imagine it you can make it real in 123D Creature.

-Easy to use yet extremely powerful skeleton builder makes creating 3D creatures as easy as drawing a stick figure.

-3D texturing and painting lets you apply your own photos directly onto the skin of your creature.

123D Creature can be downloaded from the App Store for $1.99 on sale. The app is regularly priced at $7.99. [Direct Link]

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Posted: 16 months ago
Autodesk must love the App Store. They've got so many (excellent) apps on there now, just goes to show how much of a difference the App Store does make.
Rating: 3 Positives
Posted: 16 months ago
This basically just looks like the creature editor from Spore, which, incidentally, was about the only fun part of that game, in my opinion.
Rating: 3 Positives
Posted: 16 months ago

Nothing you cant export them to anything


You can export to OBJ which will get you into any other 3D app, or you can export to a 3D printer. This info from the link in the article. Where did you get yours?
Rating: 3 Positives
Posted: 16 months ago
What a monster!! :O #ballin
Rating: 1 Positives

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