Tutorial- Sculpting Halloween Pumpkin in Nomad Sculpt

I had the impression that it would be a piece of cake. That was the case. at least up until the point where I reached the likeness of horror look on the Pumpkin Do you remember what I mentioned about how difficult it is to model structures that appear to be simple?

To my good fortune, my primary profession is Clinical Research. And as Clinical Researchers, we have a propensity to “discover” solutions even when it does not appear that there are any.

Additionally, a lot of the time we are able to locate the optimal option. (There are also a lot of times when we fail spectacularly, but that’s another tale.) The following is a brief guide that will walk you through the process of creating a basic coil in Nomad Sculpt.

First things first, I’m going to get rid of the default circle and replace it with a torus.

Precise measurements are not important; what is important is to keep in mind that the dimensions of the torus will define the thickness of the circle..

After that, while still in top view, I switch to the “split” tool and use it to roughly cut the torus in half.

Nomad Sculpt Quick Guide

Nomad Sculpt is a sculpting app available for both iPad and Android. If you have an iPad, you’ll have to purchase it to download it.

On Android, however, you can download it for free and unlock the tools via in-app purchases. (Let me tell you all the free version is limited.).

Tools to Start Sculpting with Nomad Sculpt

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Check out the Sculpting Holloween Pumpkin Tutorial on Youtube below…