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Last year Savage team has introduced a lush Procreate 5X update with tons of new creative features added. The sky is the limit: when you think the app is already fine-tuned to maximum precision, the fresh, refined versions still have what it takes to make your jaw drop. The boisterous added feature among the rest of them is, of course, the ability to do 3D painting and preview your model in AR.
Preview 3D Artworks in Augmented Reality
Try painting on any surface at any angle with the capability to import 3D objects as a canvas. Adding realistic shadows, lighting, and effects is much easier when viewing the object in the real world and seeing how it interacts with the scene. Feel the absolute creative freedom, broadening your horizons beyond the accustomed canvas, opening a full range of visualization!
Get complete control over your artistic process with several fresh tools, facilitating any workflow. The motto of this updated feature — “art is for everyone,” letting all artists follow the call of their imagination. The app got its simplified touch controls and a more intuitive adjustable interface: for instance, from now on, you can view the color palette in a Compact and Card form and the font sizes can be changed too. The VoiceOver can support every move you make during the process via the integrated Audio Feedback mode.
Boost Procreate Performance on Your iPad Pro
Thanks to iPad Pro’s new M1 chip, users can experience a four times faster desktop operations power. Your multilayered projects will be edited and saved in no time without a menace of losing the progress.
All the existing Procreate users will get the Procreate 5.2 update as soon as it gets released; others can get the app at a one-time payment of $9.99 on the Apple App Store.
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