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Sketchfab now lets you distribute cool 3d content! The store already has over 4,000 models.
You must have heard about Sketchfab – this huge platform, where you can upload your 3d content and show it in full 3d. It’s pretty cool, but today it got even cooler, with the introduction of new Sketchfab Store.
There are a number of things which are quite unique about it:
• What you see is what you get: with our state-of-the art 3D viewer and model inspector, not only do you get to see the 3D models but also explore their anatomy. You know for sure how a model is made, and what you are paying for. Reduced hassle for buyers.
• We process every file: which means that all the technical information about the file itself (polygon count, number of textures, material types…) is automatically generated. And if you already have models on Sketchfab, setting up a store is super fast. Reduced hassle for sellers.
• An interoperable format: we added glTF support a few weeks ago, which means the file you’ll get from us will render consistently in engines like Unity or Unreal just as you see it on Sketchfab. We even made a Unity importer (download the alpha version here), to ease the process, and an Unreal version is on the way.
• A huge and diverse library: While not all of the 2 million models hosted on Sketchfab are available for sale at launch, we are in a strong position to help you find anything you are looking for. The content is particularly diverse, from low poly assets to animated rigs and 3D scans.
If you want to sell your stuff on Sketchfab, please check out this post. And do read the Seller Guidelines. The Sketchfab fee is 30% of the model sale. Plus there’s a PayPal fee, which ranges from 2.9% to 4.4% plus a few cents.
Do check it out! It’s an amazing opportunity to sell new stuff.