The Sketchfab Model Inspector Revealed
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The Sketchfab Model Inspector Revealed
25 October, 2017
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The Sketchfab team has announced that their latest feature — the Sketchfab Model Inspector — is now live! The developers are sure that it is going to become an industry changing tool for every 3D artist. Here is why. 

In addition to our existing ability to show the wireframe or change to matcap rendering on any model, the inspector now lets you break down EVERY material into its component parts – including base color, metallic, roughness, ambient occlusion, opacity, emission, specular and normal maps.

Better yet, you can also use the inspector to view normal direction and display a UV checker map. Artists – that’s a great way to proudly show off the quality of your model topology and UVs to clients, employers, and potential employers!

Our UV checker is a great way to show off your mapping skills and admire the work of others.

But there’s even more: who needs 3D when you can have 2D! Yes, we’re going old school here – you can also split the inspector into a 3D, 3D and 2D, or just 2D view to view every texture on a model. That’s a great way to show off the quality of your work and to learn from other artists. You can even view wireframe topology in the 2D view to show off your UV packing skills or admire the work of others.

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You can learn more about the feature here

Source: Sketchfab

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