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NDO Painter

Design, tweak, and preview normals, directly inside of Photoshop.

NDO is the definitive normal mapping tool that turns Photoshop into a complete toolkit for surface details. Every tool in Photoshop can be utilized to sculpt normals in real time. Build non-destructive hard surface designs, extract rich normals from photographs with unrivaled definition, and instantly view every tweak in 3DO.

 

Hard surface detailing has never been faster.

Create normals using selections, vectors, or brushes. Get perfect bevels with NDO’s advanced tweaking engine. Creating hard surface designs has never been faster, and is one of many reasons why NDO has quickly become the industry standard for normal mapping among environment artists.

 

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Introducing Multisculpting.

The new multisculpting feature allows artists to paint incredible normals in real time, using unlimited layers and any Photoshop tool. Endless new possibilities open up as vector shapes, layer effects, filters, smudges, lattices, blend-ifs, brushes, wires, and more can be combined non-destructively to build a single normal layer.

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Stunning Photo-sourced Material Definition

Achieve astonishing material definition while converting photographs to normal maps. Use presets developed specifically for material types, or design your own presets to create a standard look and feel across a variety of materials. NDO’s unsurpassed algorithms give you the power to control every aspect of your normal maps.

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Streamlined Detailing.

Add unlimited detail to existing normal bakes without any hassle. With NDO2, there’s no need to worry about re-baking, floating geometry, artifacts, or having too many subdivisions. Add the surface detail you desire directly in Photoshop, non-destructively.

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Minimum system requirements
– Windows 7, 64-bit only
– Photoshop CS3 Standard/Extended, 64-bit
– 8GB of RAM
– 1.5 GHz CPU
– Dedicated GPU (Nvidia GTX 600 series, or comparable specifications)
– At least 16GB of scratch disk memory reserved for Photoshop (i.e. 16GB free on the hard drive Photoshop is using as a scratch disk)