3D Doodle Boxes video demo: Black Widow and Carrot Alien

3D Doodle Boxes video demo: Black Widow and Carrot Alien

Do you wonder why people doodle 3d boxes? Don’t think too hard about it but do check out the video below to start doodling your own masterpieces!

Watch how the Black Widow and Carrot Alien are drawn in 3D Doodle Boxes available in the Mac App Store:

So there is 3D Doodle Blocks in action for today! Download it today!

3D Doodle Boxes: new screenshot

3D Doodle Boxes: new screenshot

This will be live in the Mac App Store shortly. But grab a copy of 3D Doodle Boxes if you haven’t already, and send us some screenshots of what you build!

3D Doodle Boxes

How to draw a spider with 3D Boxes

How to draw a spider with 3D Boxes

3D Doodle Boxes is now available for free in the Mac App Store for a limited time. Get it while it’s free, and leave us some feedback on the app! It’s super easy to draw 3d boxes with it. It’s like Minecraft without the gameplay. It’s so easy, I whipped up this Super Black Widow in a few minutes. What a hoot.

So, you can doodle 3d boxes in your sketchbook, or you can take your 3d sketches to the next level and fire up 3D Doodle Boxes and draw whatever you can think in no time.

3D Doodle Boxes in the Mac App Store

So here is today’s 3d Doodle Boxes sketch!

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How to draw in 3D the easy way with 3D Doodle Boxes

How to draw in 3D the easy way with 3D Doodle Boxes

Update: 3D Doodle Boxes is now available in the Mac App Store. Free for a limited time! Try it today!

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3D Doodle Boxes will be available on the Mac App Store very soon. We’ve been working on this on and off for the last couple years as a labor of love. Now that it’s as fun and easy to use as we hoped, it’s ready for the world of doodlers to try it and have as much fun as we have had with it.

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Graphic Design Quote of the Day: Obsession with Originality is a Trap

Graphic Design Quote of the Day: Obsession with Originality is a Trap

“Allowing influences into your work is one  of the ways that you expand your expressive range. Designers enrich their work — not diminish it — by looking for ways to ‘incorporate’ new and radical modes of expression into their work, especially from places outside contemporary design. Shutting out influences because of an obsession with ‘originality’ is a trap. But you have to be able to acknowledge the debt to your sources. Copyists never own up to it; the talented always do. That’s the difference.”

—Adrian Shaughnessy, How to be a Graphic Designer Without Losing Your Soul

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