Digital Sculpture | Modeling

July 18, 2013

in Techniques

dragonDefined as the art of making three-dimensional forms, sculpture is conventionally created by chiseling, carving, modeling, or casting. Today, the term modeling alludes to a form of sculpture that does not use clay, wood, stone, or plaster. Along with texturing, rigging, and lighting, it is an essential aspect of computer 3D animation. Although many of the programs designed for the 3D industry are difficult to utilize in the art therapy session, Haptek has developed what they describe as a “totally cool tool.” This program allows the artist to build personalized interactive 3D characters using dozens of built-in shapes, skins, and accessories. In addition, the creator can give his characters life-like emotions or enable them to lip sync to recorder audio.

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