Adobe Fuse has recently been added to Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite, and it’s shaking up the world of character design. Creating new characters can be a tricky task for any 3D artist, and it’s even harder when the artist is new to CGI creation. While downloading basic models from stock sites can certainly be a good starting point, Adobe Fuse helps when you need something more bespoke.
Adobe Fuse enables artists to create bespoke humanoid models, and clothe them using the array of clothing presets that come with the software. 3D Animation Studios Chennai
What is Adobe Fuse?
This often-underused system allows a 3D model to be part of a normal ‘2D’ Photoshop ﬁle. Adobe Fuse ﬁles can be exported as OBJ models with their associated textures for rigging in 3D applications. They can also be uploaded to Adobe’s Mixamo service, where rigging and animation can be managed on the ﬂy for the creation of an animated FBX or OBJ ﬁle. 3D Animation Studios Chennai
However, the wide range of customisation points for modifying the body, along with detailed control of elements such as eye detail and skin effects, make the creation of many unique characters very easy. This makes Fuse an ideal solution for a wide range of character uses.
We’ve put together a step-by-step guide to creating a character with Adobe Fuse. Let’s see what it can do. 3D Animation Studios Chennai 2d
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01. Create a character
Starting with the head, Adobe Fuse allows the artist to choose the major body parts. Although there are distinct body parts for each ﬁgure, the four main constituent parts (head, torso, legs and arms) can be assembled together in whatever order the artist desires.
Adobe Fuse will do its best to create a blend between the elements. Fuse follows normal 3D application conventions in terms of its UI, making it easy to move around and zoom in on the ﬁgure.
02. Customise the Adobe fuse figure
03. Add clothing
Clothing is the one area where Adobe Fuse could deﬁnitely do with more options.
04. Integrate with Photoshop
05. Work with other 3D applications
06. Process with Mixamo
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