USING IT IN PHOTOSHOP CC
Now, I have my 3D Character, I'm going to use it in a design. Again, this part is very simple. All I do is click Save to Creative Cloud Libraries, name it, select the Library I want to save it in, and I'm done! Fuse uploads the character to my Creative Cloud Library and I can access the 3D model in Photoshop CC.
Once the file is saved to my Creative Cloud Libraries, I can open Photoshop CC, create a new document and simply drag the character onto it from the Library.
This is a true 3D character, so I can rotate, pan, scale, and even give it a pose or animation. I am going to jump to the 3D window layout, which gives me access to the 3D tools. If I select the character in the 3D layers, I can then choose between hundreds of poses and animations. I can step through the frames of the animation to choose a pose I like, or I can output the entire animation as a video. The 3D layer in Photoshop CC is like any other layer, so I can build the 3D character into any design I like with 2D and 3D elements together. Join us next month, where Paul takes you through the basics of Photoshop Fix.