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Autodesk has unleashed a (so far) free sculpting app for the Ipad called  123D Sculpt. And it's funnnn. But there is no export option which makes it a bit of a demo.  HOWEVER you can save snapshots which means if you fall in love with your creation, you can take a number of snapshots at all angles  and process them thru one of the free websites that convert images to 3D.  I haven't gotten that far (so far I've made ugliness) but I don't see why it wouldn't work.

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I have no idea since I work on static items.  And per your mentioning it I now notice there's an obj exporter for $9.99.  

If 123D isn't enough a time-suck try the free IPad app TreeSketch2.  It exports as fbx, but you can get a free fbx converter from the autodesk website for both the PC and the Mac.  Have fun!

 

Edited to add link to FBX converter:  http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/pc/item?id=10775855&siteID=123112

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