Rendering 3D drawings on iPad just got a lot easier. A new app named uMake lets designers draw two-dimensionally on an axis to render 3D images, and was created with the iPad Pro in mind.
The app also allows you to extrude and revolve sketches for a recursive effect, or quickly manipulate an array pattern.
Of course, the main pull will be the ability to sketch something in 2D and have it spit out a 3D rendering. Once you’ve sketches lines out, they can also be pulled or skewed to create a desired effect.
Because uMake can’t do it all, it allows you to export your sketches as “industry standard formats” like PNG, IGES and OBJ.
The app also isn’t free; if you want to use uMake, it’ll cost you $14.99 per month or $149.99 per year. That’s also an introductory pricing scheme. Sometime after launch, pricing will be $19.99 and $199.99, respectively.