Monster Mash - A Tool for Casual 3D Modeling and Animation


#22

Hi there, saw this on 2 minute papers, great work. I used the web demo and but could not find the option to export the animation to glTF. Will this option be there soon?


#23

Try to press the Animate button and then click on the Export animation as glTF which is located in the sub-menu of Save button.


#24

Hey sykorad

This looks great & is a lot of fun! Also the yt videos you made are very well done & helpful.

I was looking into the commercial licensing issue you mentioned. I pulled down the triangle lib and it seems the copyright is on the triangle lib itself, but mentions nothing of the models/files generated from it, so presumably that should be all fine. Note that I am not a copyright lawyer etc.

Iv pasted the relevant portion of the liscense below:

Distribution of this code as part of a commercial system is permissible ONLY BY DIRECT ARRANGEMENT
WITH THE AUTHOR.  (If you are not directly supplying this code to a
customer, and you are instead telling them how they can obtain it for
free, then you are not required to make any arrangement with me.)

#25

Mr Sykora I love this program, it’s perfect, however would it be possible to implement a line tool or a curve tool to make drawing a bit easier so you could lift your hand, because sometimes it’s difficult to outline the drawing template. A sort of vector tool that allows you to click in multiple strokes to form the shape.


#26

Mr Sykora I love this program, it’s perfect, however would it be possible to implement a line tool or a curve tool to make drawing a bit easier so you could lift your hand, because sometimes it’s difficult to outline the drawing template. A sort of vector tool that allows you to click in multiple strokes to form the shape.


#27

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#28

This program rules

I love how all the shapes come out so natural and have the handdrawn form!.
As an illustrator mainly this tool clicks so much with me.

I think as a modelling tool its even cooler than an animation tool … you can draw almost anything with a bit of imagination, plants , clouds , trees , all types of animals , even cartoony cars.

i made a small animation , ALL OBJECTS are created with monster mash almost untouched. just remeshed and textured etc. it looks very cute and really has a hand crafted miniature feel to it which monster mesh gives instantly.

not the greatest animator but i think it still shows off monster meshes potential for kids animation and illustration.

hope you like it

also made a first video where i just try out your tool and just create different things and a little underwtaer scene.

i couldnt be more greatful ,

i will buy the full version asap when you realease it !


#30

I am planning to use this tool to add some animations to kid stories that I read. It looks really amazing, and it has a great potential. I have a question: is there a way to import an existing clipart, and animate it without the need to draw something from scratch? If this is not available, then maybe it will be a good idea to add a tracing feature that can trace a drawing automatically, then animate it. What do you think?

Thanks again for creating such an amazing tool.


#31

Another speed art with monster mash and blender.

Im super in love ,

its so powerfull to anyone who can draw at least a little bit (like me lol) ,

about 1.5 hours from concept to finish , rendered with eevee

https://twitter.com/Alex_Mehler/status/1381697361739661316?s=20

i didnt know what to do today so i just scribbled something together like you normally would just scribble with pen and paper sometimes …

normally when i open 3d software i immediatly feel pressure and my time running up lol , with monster mesh its like playing and just having fun