You could sculpt with your hands, sure, but that’s so 20th century. Your voice, however–well, that’s the tool of the future, and the developers of Konstruct would have you believe the future is now. Utilizing Konstruct’s novel interface, animators, sculptors, and laymen alike can now create one of a kind, three-dimensional works of art, using nothing more than the sound of their voice. Check out the video to see how it works.
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