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== Modeling Apps ==
 
== Modeling Apps ==
* [https://www.blender.org/ Blender]
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===On the Chromebook/Browser===
* [http://pixologic.com/sculptris/ Sculptris], great for organic designs—begin with a ball of clay, then sculpt away!
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* [https://www.tinkercad.com/ TinkerCAD], excellent program for beginners of all ages
* [http://stephaneginier.com/sculptgl/ SculptGL], browser tool similar to Sculptris
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* [http://stephaneginier.com/sculptgl/ SculptGL], great for organic designs—begin with a ball of clay, then sculpt away!
* [https://app.sketchup.com/app SketchUp] '''now available on the Chromebooks''', great for architecture and mechanical designs
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* [https://app.sketchup.com/app SketchUp], great for architecture and mechanical designs
* [http://onshape.com OnShape], a website that allows you to create CAD models
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* [http://onshape.com OnShape], create CAD models
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===On the Desktop===
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* [https://www.blender.org/ Blender] very powerful program able to create 3D models, edit/compose video files and animation
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* [http://pixologic.com/sculptris/ Sculptris], desktop program similar to SculptGL
  
 
== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==

Latest revision as of 08:28, 8 October 2019

Modeling Apps

On the Chromebook/Browser

  • TinkerCAD, excellent program for beginners of all ages
  • SculptGL, great for organic designs—begin with a ball of clay, then sculpt away!
  • SketchUp, great for architecture and mechanical designs
  • OnShape, create CAD models

On the Desktop

  • Blender very powerful program able to create 3D models, edit/compose video files and animation
  • Sculptris, desktop program similar to SculptGL

Resources