Ready to get your How-To on? We've recorded a handful of awesome new videos that teach basic and advanced concepts of electronics in 123D Circuits. Each video is based on an existing circuit and with one click you can duplicate it, learn from it, and build it into bigger and better projects.
So far, 4 of our most prolific users have created video of their process with 123D Creature to share. Each artist has a different process, and it's kind of fascinating to see how they approach each of their creations. Also, all the Creature Feedrs get a 3D print from our friends at Sculpteo!
Adam Beamish starts deceptively simply, choosing to manipulate the wireframe into a generic bust before baking. From there, it's all tweaking and surface manipulation to create his amazing characters.
If you're interested in knowing more about how it was 3D modeled (or about the Raspberry Pi in general) you can ask them yourself, LIVE during their regular #3DTHURSDAY Google+ hangout. It's where they talk about cool things that they've made for 3D Printing or that they've found on the web in places like Instructables.com. It's every Thursday at 3PM EST (noon PST) learn more about how to join or click the top banner. Don't be shy, we'll be there too. Pop-in, ask your questions or share your knowledge about 3D printing projects!
123D Creature has a really prolific community. Every day there are so many new and awesome models from our users that are so impressive, we wanted to see their working process! We asked some Creature users to record their iPad modeling sessions in two parts - sculpting and painting - so that you can see their processes in a new Tumblr called Creature Feedr.
The results are pretty great, and you get to see how your favorite artists go from a stick figure to awesomeness in just a few minutes
What's cooler is that every model is going to be printed by our rad friends at Sculpteo! The first model is Dr. Toxic by Adam Beamish - we asked him to create a new character for the DC Universe, like a new Batman villain. Here's the backstory:
Dr Toxic was a scientist working at Axis chemical plant. While developing a new virus his sample became unstable and contaminated him. The accident left his mutated body into the current grotesque form.
What's really cool is that you can submit your own Creatures to the Feedr, or make requests for other modelers. We're also posting cool models every day, so check back often!