In Fuse CC (Preview) Fundamentals, you will learn to create 3D character models using a variety of templates and tools. Then, you will learn to create artwork with it in Adobe Photoshop CC, or even bring it into Mixamo for animation. Software required: Adobe Fuse CC.
Chad Troftgruben is a freelance animator and screencaster who specializes in Animate CC, Moho, After Effects and Premiere. He has been working with Flash since 2002 which resulted in the creation of several cartoons for both entertainment and commercial purposes.
Introduction Adobe Fuse is a 3D modeling program. It's currently in preview state, but it has quite a bit of functionality to it already. Basically, you can go in and create a 3D character model using a variety of templates. From there, you can modify the templates with a variety of tools. You can create a custom character for your project. Finally, the model can be exported out to Photoshop to create some stunning art, or you can bring the model into Mixamo, also and Adobe product, which from there allows you to convert it into Unity, Unreal 4, or a variety of other 3D programs or game environments. If you're new to 3D design, I think you'll be right at home with Fuse. It really was meant for the beginner in mind just to go in and quickly assign assets to create 3D models. So, just sit back and enjoy. I'm going to talk you through this preview build so you fully understand the power of Fuse.