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A new way for artists to reference anatomy with a revolutionary app that bridges the gap between books and sculptures. Read more

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A new way for artists to reference anatomy with a revolutionary app that bridges the gap between books and sculptures.

New York, NY Art
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Hi All,

Thanks for the continued support! We are working hard to finish up the app. Right now all the models are done and the maps are being painted. We are working some ways to compact the memory so we can load in as much stuff as possible and not make the iPad explode with data :)

So what that really means is we have to be creative with all the data we want to get in there. I am still shooting to be live on the app store by Spectrum Live, May 18-20.

Stay tuned!

In the mean time here are some screen grabs of the final model in the app.

thanks

MD

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    1. Creator Michael Defeo on April 19, 2012

      thanks, spread the word!
      :)

    2. Creator Reb Perry on April 19, 2012

      Looks great! I know lots of people who would benefit from this....beautiful!

    3. Creator Teresa McCabe on April 18, 2012

      Just beautiful, I could use this app now

    4. Creator John Dods on April 18, 2012

      All of the detail is very welcome. It looks increasingly awesome!

    5. Creator Michael Defeo on April 18, 2012

      Hi Scott,
      That's cool! The one you see above is Scott's re-sculpt of the Houdon. The original Houdon that will also be in the app is from a very old casting as well. I has lost some detail, but I cleaned it up and added as much of the detail back in as I could, by looking at many photos of better castings.
      thanks for the support!
      MD

    6. Creator Scott Breton on April 18, 2012

      Looks awesome Michael! We have a half life size copy of the sculpt at our school, who knows how many generations of casting old, but what you are doing looks far and away clearer and more aesthetically true to life. I can't wait!

    7. Creator Michael Defeo on April 18, 2012

      You got it!
      I will do weekly updates until its live!
      thanks
      MD

    8. Creator Suzie Q Sailaway on April 18, 2012

      So, so impressive! I appreciate the update- it really keeps the excitement alive. :D