Free 3D sculpting Tool

  • http://www.drpetter.se/project_sculpt.html

    As the title says, great and free 3D sculpting tool.

  • Yeah, I found out about this one when it was posted on tigsource. I find it both awesome and very easy to use.

    I made this in about 30 minutes on my first time using it while I was still learning how to use it.

    <img src="http://www.amirai.net/forums/sculptris.jpg">

  • I made this in about 30 minutes on my first time using it while I was still learning how to use it.

    <img src="http://www.amirai.net/forums/sculptris.jpg">

    I'm impressed

  • Thanks

  • Looks good, but I'll stick with ZBrush, spent long enough learning it's twisted UI after all, lol.

  • Looks good, but I'll stick with ZBrush, spent long enough learning it's twisted UI after all, lol.

    Finally someone says it out loud!

    That twisted UI made me leave it to real designers. I'll stick to photoshop, took me long enough to get a grip on that.

  • > Looks good, but I'll stick with ZBrush, spent long enough learning it's twisted UI after all, lol.

    >

    Finally someone says it out loud!

    That twisted UI made me leave it to real designers. I'll stick to photoshop, took me long enough to get a grip on that.

    Hey! How's things over there now?

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  • Hey! How's things over there now?

    Nuts. I just came back from a bbq on the street and military personnel showed up and we had to go home.

    We have a curfew to avoid looting (those were two scary days). I came back home, I'm in ground zero now. Light's back, got network, only water is missing. Water trucks go by guarded by military personnel and I saw a supplies truck earlier today. We're good. Govt is encouraging people to get back to work so things get back to normal. We have a few tremors a day (4 to 5), each at 5 to 6 Richter. People are jumpy but optimistic.

    Thanks for asking =)

  • > Hey! How's things over there now?

    >

    Nuts. I just came back from a bbq on the street and military personnel showed up and we had to go home.

    We have a curfew to avoid looting (those were two scary days). I came back home, I'm in ground zero now. Light's back, got network, only water is missing. Water trucks go by guarded by military personnel and I saw a supplies truck earlier today. We're good. Govt is encouraging people to get back to work so things get back to normal. We have a few tremors a day (4 to 5), each at 5 to 6 Richter. People are jumpy but optimistic.

    Thanks for asking =)

    Wow that's bad, glad things are getting better though, welcome back!

    (sorry for derailing the thread btw)

  • I love this tool. It's great end free.

    Here are some tries I made, aren't very good, but are good enough for my skills.

    <img src="http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/7919/sculpt1.png">

    http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/7919/sculpt1.png

    <img src="http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/9741/sculpt2.png">

    http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/9741/sculpt2.png

  • I have to agree. Sculptris is an amazing little tool.

    Here is my first model (after I fiddled around for one hour or so).

    <img src="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2306601/creaturerend01.png">

    Quickly thrown into Blender (which I've also started to use these days) and rendered. I'm liking 3D stuff more and more, although the pixel is still strong in me...

  • I have to agree. Sculptris is an amazing little tool.

    Here is my first model (after I fiddled around for one hour or so).

    <img src="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2306601/creaturerend01.png">

    Quickly thrown into Blender (which I've also started to use these days) and rendered. I'm liking 3D stuff more and more, although the pixel is still strong in me...

    Wow, nice! O.o I'm using this tool too, and done a 3D human torso, it was very good and realistic.. It's also easy to use!

  • I'm more interested in his music tool Masagi. I made a useable baseline within 5 minutes of using it. I like how intuitive it is - like when you just slide the piano notes to make them longer and place a dot for a note in space on a "graph". Too bad he seems to have made it on a whim and looks like he isn't going to develop it further. I'm sick of Buzz crashing on me out of the blue when I was on a roll producing nice tracks and loops every day. Reinstalling didn't help at all. Good thing I saved all my presets until I figure out what's going on.

    As for the sculpting tool, it looks like it will be great when textures support is added. If its as intuitive as Masagi then I suspect It'd be grade A.

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