Pixelsquid launched as an innovative website and Photoshop plug-in last year, offering a wide range of rendered, cutout 3D objects. The unique spin was, er, their spin feature: each object could be turned around to an astonishing variety of angles, to fit precisely within your image. Now that same technology has been built into a Pixelsquid iOS app, whichlaunched in January. The app isfree, and offersa range of freely downloadable models. Here’s how it stacks up. The app comes with a small range of models, but you can bring in more First impressions are positive. You choose your own background image or take a new photo, and can then place one of a small selection of built-in models – a tank, a dinosaur, a nuclear explosion, a pane of shattered glass and a couple more. Drag with your finger to rotate a model, and pinch to move and resize it. An Eraser tool allows you to mask parts of a model so you can tuck it behind elements in your scene, and you can place multiple models in a single image. The Star Wars collections contain many great theme objects To get more models, download one or more of the [...]
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