123D Creature and 123D Sculpt users – big news for you!

Today we are pleased to welcome 123D Sculpt+ to the 123D family of easy to use consumer apps.

If you are a 123D Creature user, you'll get Sculpt+ when you next update. If you are a 123D Sculpt user, you should get Sculpt+ from your app store (iOS or Android). There are a lot of goodies for you!

We'll be releasing more information today on what this means for you, but I wanted to update our 123D Creature and 123D Sculpt users on changes to the 123D website. Rest assured, everything is still there!

 

For 123D Creature users, all existing creatures are now classed as 123D Sculpt+ models. If you update to the new app, you can still use all of your existing projects, and apply a range of exciting new tools. I personally love the ability to import an existing Creature and change the pose. On the the 123D website, you can now select 123D Sculpt+ instead of 123D Creature, and see all the models.

For 123D Sculpt users, your existing models are still there, they are just no longer listed in the public gallery pages. You can still access them by logging in to your account on the 123D website, and looking at My Projects. Sharing via the 123D Sculpt app is unchanged. You should certainly explore the 123D Sculpt+ app, it has everything (and more!) that the current app provides.

Maker of the Day – Amanda Jackson (Day 16)

Amanda Jackson

Amanda Jackson

Why I make

I developed an interest in art as soon as I could hold a pencil or paintbrush. I had some difficulties at school with Expressive Language Disorder so drawing was an alternative way too express myself other than talking, although this has improved with time. I am open to different art mediums and styles, whether it be traditional or digital work, so when I learnt of the 123D creature app I jumped at the chance to try out some 3D sculpting. I am always trying to improve my work and willing to learn new things so I have grown too enjoy the app, using it as another art tool and have become quite addicted to it!

What I make

When i am not working on any illustrations or paintings i enjoy using the 123D Creature App to create models of characters and creatures from video games, films, books and mythology. Other subjects I create are usually animals or creatures/characters from my own imagination. I believe I have just over 200 3D models at the moment. I am an aspiring illustrator so my work usually consists of acrylic, watercolour paintings and ink drawings. My next project is to create some illustrations for Jack London's 'Call of the Wild' and I was thinking of creating a series of models that can be printed in 3D using the 123D Creature App. If you would like to have a quick look at some of my other work you can visit my website http://amandajackson101.wix.com/illustrator or my deviantart page  -  http://amanda-jackson.deviantart.com/