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Curvy 3D 3.0 is an innovative sculpting program for Windows, ideal for first time 3D artists. Drawing is Fast: Curvy brings new speed to 3D modelling by letting you draw shapes straight into 3D. Painting is Easy: Colours and shapes are easy to work with using Curvy's artist friendly tools.
Date de parution: 12 nov 2013
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Curvy 3D 3.0 is an innovative sculpting program for Windows, ideal for first time 3D artists.

Drawing is Fast: Curvy brings new speed to 3D modelling by letting you draw shapes straight into 3D. Create whole models with just a few strokes. Sculpting 3D graphics for art and games is quick and hassle free.

Painting is Easy: Colours and shapes are easy to work with using Curvy's artist friendly tools. You can sketch and paint colours, forms and bumps directly onto your 3D models, and then export models and textures for use in other 3D programs.

About Aartform Curvy 3D:
Aartform Curvy 3D is an innovative sculpting package for Windows, ideal for first time 3D artists. Curvy brings new speed to 3D modelling by letting you draw shapes straight into 3D. Create whole models with just a few strokes. Sculpting 3D models for art and games is quick and hassle free. Colours and shapes are easy to work with using Curvy's artist friendly tools. You can sketch and paint colours, forms and bumps directly onto your 3D models, and then export models and textures for use in other 3D software.

FEATURES

Sketch based modelling
• Draw an outline to create a fully rounded 3D model immediately, then draw more outlines to refine the shape. Curvy 3D Volumetric

Join Parts Smoothly
• Separate shapes can be merged together to create a continuous skin.
• "Boolean And" and Subtract operators can also be applied to cut into a model.

Sculpting by Painting
• Warp brushes add details to the model surface creating bumps and grooves as you paint.
• Includes Inflate, Deflate, Pinch, Smooth and Flatten brushes. Easy Curve Modelling Tools

Easy Curve and Mesh editing
• Soft move tools let you shape curves and meshes by dragging them with your mouse while the model updates in realtime.

Image Based Sculpting
• New Image Inflate tool takes a silhouette or greyscale image and produces a 3D model using Heightmap, Bubble, Bevel and Extrude styles. Most of the pieces of armour in this screenshot were created from Inflated Images. Realtime Displacement Maps

Adaptive Subdivision Sculpting
• Meshes divide as you sculpt putting the detail exactly where you need it and keeping the overall triangle count down. You can even reverse the process where needed with a new mesh simplification tool.

Painting in 3D
• Paint on colour, specular, and bumpmaps in either the 3D views or on the 2D textures.
• Use a variety of brush shapes, a dropper tool and a smooth brush to work on texture maps.
• Curvy 3D objects are created with ready made UV maps so you can just select a brush and start painting.

Export to OBJ
Simple export to OBJ for easy importing into most other 3D applications.

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS: WinXP
    • Processor: 1.0 GHz CPU
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 8.0 compatible 3D Graphics Card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
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13 personne(s) sur 14 (93%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
8.3 heures en tout
Love it so simple to use but i couldnt find many tutorials for 3.0 so i did one myself.
Here it is (its my first tut so its not great but its something)
Basics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYEfLEbr0Ik
I do love this program. Very amazing software. I reccommend BIG YES!
Posté le : 19 juin
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11 personne(s) sur 13 (85%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
0.7 heures en tout
After having a few run ins with Technology recently I was very disappointing when I brought this program for no reason it would not launch. Due to the nature of the program there wasn't much help from other users out there, however after posting on the Steam Forum the Developer gave me some help. Unfortunately the program still failed to launch after which the developer sent me vie e-mail a none Steam version and it worlds great. All this withing 24 hours of purchase. If other companies had customer service this quick and friendly the industry would be a better place!
Posté le : 25 juin
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10 personne(s) sur 13 (77%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
6.8 heures en tout
I am just starting to learn, so will ammend this review later. I just bought this though, mainly because on the forums when I was asking questions about this program and curious as to whether it would be a good buy, the developer immediately responded to me concerning my interests. He continued to communicate when I had more questions. So i bought this immediately, knowing that the developers are actually invested in their product -- unlike some things on Steam *ahem* Godmode *ahem*...

Between the website and the program itself, you are offered all the info you'll need to start learning how to sculpt/model, or so it seems. I'm a complete noob and excited to learn.
Posté le : 29 avril
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
18.1 heures en tout
Reasons to like Curvy:
1- Can I run it? Yep... Curvy runs on nearly anything, doesn't even need separated ram. Desktop, Laptop, Windows Pro Tablet... it doesn't matter (This benefit probably requires the UI to be barebones.)
2- What are licensing restrictions? None. Short of trying to sell Curvy's code, UI, or pictures associated with it... the License is quite friendly. If you can make money commercially with Curvy, then do it. There's no cap limitations.
3- It has a Wine option for Linux users
4- It has increasing and decreasing geometry tools in fractions.

Reasons not to like Curvy:
1- You don't own a tablet
2- You can't draw well enough that other people know what you are drawing
3- You wouldn't watch videos on how to use this software unless it would keep a zombie apocalypse at bay.
4- You don't like drawing living things
Posté le : 4 août
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
10.3 heures en tout
The good.
Curvy 3D introduces another way to sculpt, creating basic shapes, mergin and detailing then with a advanced autosubdivision making a more intuitive and fastest workflow, getting the same results in less time than his big and expensive brothers.

The bad or not.
The bad point is the lack of tutorials, the first day with it may be really frustrating for experienced artists by the different workflow...
After all take in mind it is a sculpt tool, Curvy 3D is really weak for texture painting.
Posté le : 23 juin
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33 personne(s) sur 40 (83%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
25.0 heures en tout
So, I've been using this software on-and-off again for about two weeks now. It's a fantastic tool for doing curvy objects -- think humans, vases, crab-alients, tribbles, squirrels, etc. It is NOT really a tool you would expect to use if you were carving, say, a house or other strict geometric objects because the port to .OBJ leaves you too many extra vertices to clean up.

Of course, if your video game takes place in a Dr. Seuss world, maybe that is the house for you.

When it comes to quick, rounded objects and characters, this software compares favorable to it's competition (in my opinion) as it allows you to easily rock between low and high poly, do intrecate detailing, add textures, add bones, and then port to .OBJ (and only .OBJ I might add).

It serves a singular purpose, so it's not as broad as it's competitors. But then again, it's not as expensive. And when it comes to putting out quality meshes, the tools in this program are up to the task.
Posté le : 6 décembre 2013
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