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    maxim9691

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    Sculptris - 3D digital sculpting program

    Post by maxim9691 on Fri Jul 02, 2010 11:48 am

    Sculptris is a free, 3D digital sculpting program. Sculptris is small and focused at its main task, which is sculpting and painting models.
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    Tools:

    * Crease - Draw creases or folds. Inverse will make a ridge.
    * Rotate - Rotate brush region. Click and drag outside the circle.
    * Scale - Scale brush region horizontally and vertically.
    * Draw - Draw/lift smooth features on the surface. Inverse will push down or draw holes.
    * Flatten - Push surface towards the local plane. Inverse will deform and amplify details.
    * Grab - Move a region freely in the image plane. No inverse.
    * Inflate - Expand in the direction of the surface. Inverse will deflate/contract.
    * Pinch - Squish the surface towards cursor, tightening creases and corners. Inverse will do the opposite.
    * Smooth - Soften features to make an area smoother and rounder. No inverse.
    * Reduce brush - Remove triangles to decrease mesh density in the area touched.

    What´s New in version 1.02:

    * OBJ export shouldn´t include unconnected vertices.
    * Crease tool is tweaked a bit.
    * Added some visual effects for saving images (AA, DOF, fog)
    * Some less notable adjustments
    Code:

    http://www.sculptris.com/sculptris.zip



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    CKJ505

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    Re: Sculptris - 3D digital sculpting program

    Post by CKJ505 on Sat Jul 03, 2010 12:39 pm

    Thanks for that Maxim, will take a while to get used of it, tricky enough. Will have to figure out uses for it!

    The in me is always on the look out for programs like that.

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