Digital Mobile 3D Sculpting Now More Accessible and Flexible Than Ever
Friedrichsdorf, Germany – March 2, 2022 – Maxon understands that inclusivity is the key to a productive creative community. Today they have announced that they’ve been hard at work making Forger even more accessible to customers around the world with the inclusion of multi-language support. Forger can now be utilized natively in English, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian and Spanish. Additional languages may be added in the future.
When an artist opens Forger, it will automatically use the language and region settings on the mobile device, but if preferred a different language may be manually selected in the application language preferences.
Maxon makes powerful, yet approachable software solutions for content creators working in 2D and 3D design, motion graphics, visual effects and visualization. Maxon’s innovative product portfolio helps artists supercharge their creative workflows. Our product lines include the award-winning Cinema 4D suite of 3D modeling, simulation and animation technology; the creativity-on-the-go Forger mobile sculpting app; the diverse Red Giant lineup of revolutionary editing, motion design and filmmaking tools; the leading-edge, blazingly fast Redshift renderer; and ZBrush, the industry-standard digital sculpting and painting solution.
Maxon’s team is comprised of fun, passionate people who believe in building and empowering a successful artistic community. From our popular, inclusive events to our free Cineversity educational resources, Maxon recognizes that developing strong connections with creatives and fostering their professional growth is integral to our ability to stay on top of industry trends and better serve customers.
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