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Automatic Scan Processing with Agisoft PhotoScan and Sketchfab

If you’re 3D scanning a LOT of people, an optimized workflow is going to save you a lot of time. Scripted setups can streamline the basic steps that are involved in your process. Today, learn how to automate scanning in Agisoft PhotoScan and as a bonus, upload the results to Sketchfab right away!

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Unity Community Art Challenge: May 2016

This month’s theme is “That Thing In The Corner!“. What is that “thing”, in the corner? A hideous little creature? A really old penny that was in between the couch cushions? Scary huge monster? A dust bunny? Or a strange looking object? It literally could be anything! Show us what’s looking in the corner of your mind. Come up with something new and unique. Surprise us with your imagination.

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Art Spotlight: German Super Tank

In Art Spotlight, we invite Sketchfab artists to talk about one of their designs.

Hi guys! My name is Bergmann, I’m a traditional sculptor/Character Artist/Rigger looking for a permanent job. I’m fascinated by the Napoleonic Wars, steampunk tendencies and fantastic worlds like Warhammer, Lord of the Rings and Warcraft. I always prefer to model humanoids as you can see in my Artstation, but this is my passion! So no limits.

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Animating Voxels and Sketchfab Stop Motion

We’re building a new feature called ‘stop motion animation’. You can use it to upload multiple models at once and then control when to display them with a simple text file. It’s still early days and the feature is likely to evolve – if that happens we’ll keep it backward compatible and make sure your existing models don’t break.

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Art Spotlight: 「Bismarck」

In Art Spotlight, we invite Sketchfab artists to talk about one of their designs.

Hello Everyone!

My name is Wason Chartchumni or SeberdrA. I am a 3D modeler artist from Thailand. Thank you for looking at my work!

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