How to render on the iPad using CLEO

Rendering in CLEO on iPad
(Image credit: Glen Southern)

Is it possible to render on my iPad? The first caveat to this answer is that it depends what type of rendering you mean. To start off, let’s take it back to basics and explain what rendering is in this context. 

Imagine you’re creating a 3D model of a house. You build a simple digital model of the house called a wireframe, made of points and edges, that illustrates the locations of the windows, doors and walls. The next step is to add colour and textures, just like when painting and furnishing a room. 

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Glen Southern

Glen runs SouthernGFX, a small Cheshire-based studio specialising in character and creature design, which creates assets for TV and film. Clients include SKY, Wacom and Oculus Medium and the studio has an impressive project list that features 3D models for Game of Thrones' house sigils. He's been using and training ZBrush for over 15 years and is a Wacom Ambassador for the UK and Ireland.