I first saw Adobe Fuse at Adobe MAX back in the fall of last year, and I was really excited about the potential of what you can do, and what this app has the power to become. When Adobe first announced the purchase of Mixamo, known for 3D gaming character assets, I was curious as to how it would be added to the Adobe Mix. Now the Fuse, which was under development by Mixamo, you can design a 3D character using a smart UI and sliders, and then bring it into Photoshop CC, or export it to your preferred 3D app.
Remember that sweet character creator in NBA Live '95? (kids ask your parents) Now you can do that, and call it work! Learn how to get started with Adobe Fuse to build out a custom 3D character in the tutorial above, and then how to sync it to your Adobe Creative Cloud Library and bring it directly into Photoshop. Once in Photoshop CC, you can then choose from a large library of MoCap data to have the character animated.
Adobe Fuse is a new 3D character creator app, part of Adobe Creative Cloud. With it you can build out a custom 3D character using an intelligent UI, and then either bring your newly created character into Photoshop CC, or upload it to Mixamo's where you can add MoCap data and Download workable 3D files in a variety of formats.
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