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Mudbox Subscription

From: $16.50

Autodesk Mudbox is a digital painting and sculpting software and provides 3D artists with an intuitive and tactile toolset.

Use to create highly detailed 3D geometry and textures for beautiful characters and environments.

An intuitive, tactile toolset.

$121.00 / year
$16.50 every 30 days
SKU: P1022 Category:
Brand: Autodesk

Overview

Autodesk Mudbox digital painting and sculpting software provide 3D artists with an intuitive and tactile toolset. For creating highly detailed 3D geometry and textures for beautiful characters and environments.

Features

autodesk mudbox

  • Digital sculpting tools: Create highly detailed 3D characters and environments. Using an intuitive set of digital tools based on real sculpting techniques.
  • Paint directly on 3D models: Paint directly on your 3D assets across multiple channels.
  • Advanced retopology tools: Create clean, production-quality meshes from scanned, imported, or sculpted data
  • Dynamic tessellation: Add resolution to a mesh only in areas that need it with an intuitive, camera-based workflow.
  • Tool integration: Move models between Mudbox and other software.
  • Maya interoperability: Import and export Ptex and multiple UV textures.

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