Fuse is a standalone 3D character creator that enables you to make unique characters to use in your game. Fuse comes with 60+ body parts, 100+ clothing meshes, 42 dynamic texturing substances, Unlimited free Auto-Rigs* for Fuse characters and a free locomotion pack of Mixamo animations (activated Mixamo account required).
User reviews: Mixed (259 reviews)
Release Date: Nov 6, 2013

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June 1

Mixamo Joins Adobe to Bring 3D to the Creatives of the World

Today we are proud to announce that our company has been acquired by Adobe.
It is an honor to find a home for our technology in a software ecosystem that is pivotal to the evolution of digital media. Joining the Adobe team broadens Mixamo’s ability to create products that democratize 3D art for even more people.

For more details visit Adobe’s blog for the official announcement.

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May 12

UNLIMITED Free Fuse Auto-Rigs

Open the flood gates! Because you can now auto-rig as many Fuse characters as your heart desires!


That's right, the 2 rig limit has been abolished for all Fuse users!

You want your army of SFM characters for your massive sequence? Go forth and conquer! You want your mountain of Gmod ragdolls to bolt rockets to? Fire away!

Facial Flex support has also been added for our Source Filmmaker export!

So smile! Because you can now pose your Fuse characters' faces in SFM!


Am I abusing the h1 markup tag? MAYBE!

But that's because this freaking awesome.

For more information on what to expect in Fuse 1.4, check out the roadmap.

So don't hold back, Fuse on!

\m/

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Reviews

“As more and more people want to create compelling 3D and game content, there is an increasing need for new tools that are easy to use and that enable users to share assets and collaborate on their projects. Fuse is a great example of how to offer all that while also delivering high-quality assets.”
Valve

“Seriously, $99 for the ability to make simple 3D characters that can be exported and used in a wide variety of compatible game engines is a miracle tool.”
Gaming Blend

“At the time of writing (May 30, 2014), more than two million members were online and playing [Steam games], with more than 240 million community content contributions have been logged to date. The Steam community is keen on modding games as well as creating and sharing content in the Steam Workshop. And this is where Fuse shows up.”
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Feature List

  • Packaged content includes 78 unique body parts, 152 pieces of clothing and accessories, and dozens of custom presets, ranging from Modern to Zombie and Fantasy styles. Fuse on Steam also includes 23 additional parts from The Scout, The Sniper, and The Spy from TF2
  • UNLIMITED free Auto-Rigs (activated Mixamo account required) for your characters created and uploaded from Fuse and 12 free pre-selected motions to try out on your character available with all Mixamo accounts.
  • New - Direct download types for Gmod and SFM (Now with Facial Flex support)! Export from Mixamo.com to get a ragdoll for Garry's Mod or a character for Source Filmmaker
  • Massive look improvements with 2K skin texture maps for higher resolution characters, ambient occlusion, and in-app Physically Based Rendering for realistic look and shadows
  • Facial Animation Blendshapes automatically generates 50 embedded facial blendshapes upon upload for rigging at Mixamo.com (FBX format only), or Facial Flexes for Source Filmmaker exports
  • Custom Presets allow you to create unlimited character and clothing presets to customize your library and accelerate your workflow
  • Advanced Skin Substance with 3x number of customization options
  • Advanced Character Customization - Over 280 customization shapes per character
  • Import Custom Content
  • Dynamic character texturing with 61 Smart Texture substances, powered by Allegorithmic’s Substance technology
  • Excellent topology for project-ready characters, previs, or to use as your base models
  • Export characters as OBJ files with diffuse, normal, specular, and gloss maps
  • Download autorigged characters from Mixamo as FBX, FBX for Unity, FBX for Unreal Engine 4, Collada or BVH
  • Animations are provided through paid Mixamo service, with a Basic Locomotion pack available for free for the users of Fuse

Active Development

Fuse is under active development, frequently receiving updates to content and functionality for free!

What is Fuse?

Fuse is a tool for anyone, from the casual hobbyist to the 3D professional, to create high-quality, royalty-free 3D characters in a matter of seconds. Fuse is packaged with over 60 body parts, 90 pieces of clothing, and 42 smart texture substances. New character and clothing meshes will be added for free to the full version of Fuse as they become available.

Fuse was developed in collaboration between Mixamo and Vladlen Koltun’s research group at Stanford University, with Siddhartha Chaudhuri as chief architect and programmer.

Fuse FAQ

Fuse Product Roadmap

New in v1.3!:

  • Reference Image Planes - Import an image to use a reference while you are creating your custom character
  • Asynchronous Substance Loading - Allows you to more quickly construct your character and add clothing while the substances are rendered in the background
  • New Toon, Aged, and Teen character content - No more generational gaps!
  • New Military and Occupational Content - Doctors, Police Officers, Firefighters... build your virtual city from the ground up!
  • Retopologized Characters with higher quality edge loops and face definition
  • Dynamic Cloth Wear - Updated substance parameters allow you to weather raised edges of your character's clothing
  • Better selection visibility - previous bounding boxes are now form-fitting highlights around a selected object
  • 10 New Substances!

Other features coming soon:
A space to share or sell your custom user-made models and clothing


New in v1.2!:
  • Custom Presets - Create character and clothing presets, customize your library! Make a character, hit the Star button at the top, and watch as that character is turned into a Fusible asset!
  • 2k Skin Textures - Hi-res for your pleasure! By default textures are set to 1k for speed, enable 2k in the substance menu
  • Advanced Skin Substance - Increased quality and 3x the number of customization options! Get crazy!
  • Realistic lighting and PBR shading - Just makes stuff look goooooood
  • Facial Animation Blendshapes - When you upload your character to Mixamo to be Autorigged, you can now have 50 facial animation blendshapes generated automatically!
  • 17 New Substances!

New in v1.1:
  • Face and Body customization! Customize your character with over 280 possible adjustment shapes. You can click and drag on UI controllers or use old-school sliders in a new workspace, "Customize"
  • Face and Body customization for imported characters! If you import a character that is based on the Fuse template or has matching UVs, those 280 customization shapes will be generated automatically
  • Now you can search your content library
  • Better scaling options
  • Texture packing options to reduce the total maps created on export and output a 2k or 4k map
  • Instant color picker - now selecting colors gives instant feedback on the character
  • Add a full set of matching body parts with a new right-click menu, or shift+click
  • 30 New pieces of content, including Fantasy items, alpha mustaches, and beards

New in v1.0:
  • Import custom content!
  • Higher quality characters, default 1k resolution, improved topology
  • Female models and textures now have nipples
  • New clothing
  • An additional free autorig per week
  • Memory optimizations
  • Save substance defaults for clothing
  • Dynamic textured thumbnails
  • Global preferences menu for exports

Updated in January:
  • New clothing!
  • Import external Allegorithmic’s Substance technology files (.sbsar)
  • Copy/Paste substances and parameter settings! Crazy fast!
  • Export option to include the occluded character body geometry
  • Substance Expansion pack permanently reduced to $19.99

Updated in December:
  • New heads, hats, glasses, and polygon strip hair
  • Save and Open your character to continue working
  • Export your character as quads or triangles
  • Optimized 1-click Texture workspace
  • Visible poly-count info in the workspace

Tell us what you want to see!
Fill out the Fuse User survey!

About This Software

Fuse is a standalone 3D character creator that enables you to make unique characters to use in your game. Fuse comes with 60+ body parts, 100+ clothing meshes, 42 dynamic texturing substances, Unlimited free Auto-Rigs* for Fuse characters and a free locomotion pack of Mixamo animations (activated Mixamo account required). Additional Mixamo services sold separately and exports for Source Filmmaker with Facial Flexes and Garry's Mod are available from http://mixamo.com after uploading your character!

*What is an Auto-Rig?
The Auto-Rigger is Mixamo's easy online way of getting your 3D character ready to animate. Normally, rigging a character takes a 3D professional days, but one Auto-Rig on Mixamo.com takes just minutes.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: 64-bit
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.8
    • Processor: 64-bit
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
115 of 173 people (66%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
177.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 29, 2014
First of all - almost all the negative reviews I see here are wildly misinformed! You should know what you're getting with this software (unlimited free character models with textures - and 2 free rigs a week) - and it is an ENORMOUS time and money saver for those who need custom character models on a budget.

Let me clear a couple things up:

1. You can ABSOLUTELY export your characters as OBJ files and load them in anywhere

2. If you want to rig/skin your characters for animation you upload them to Mixamo - and get 2 free per week.

3. Mixamo also has free animation packs that can be downloaded to get you character up and running in-engine

All claims to the contrary are just wrong. So where are there additional charges:

1. If you need MORE than 2 rigs a week

2. If you want to purchase their custom animations

Now here's one thing to bear in mind: if all you do is export one unrigged character mesh (with textures) as an OBJ file - you've paid for the cost of this software EASILY. Any decent character modeller will charge many times that for just the model. If you add in a rig/skin and free animations you could pay for this software 30 times with one character.

The Fuse models in general look very good - nice topology and high-res textures. Pretty nice editing tools as well. Easy to work in the app, and updates have been consistently high quality. Mixamo also listens very closely to their userbase and is extremely gracious about feedback.

Now is Fuse perfect - no... it's still in development. The major weaknesses are in variation and editing. Specifically, it still needs ton of additional content: clothing, hair, accessories, etc. In addition, there are some un-editable meshes (like hair) that would allow for a lot more diversity if they were editable. I also wish it was easier to get started with a basic variation of gender/age/build/ethnicity... like some macro controls before digging in and customizing. Or even better would be automatic randomization within those broader categories.

I still find it a bit difficult to get nicely-middle-aged characters (especially women). They either get too wrinkly or too pristine.

The randomization features are helpful as well, but I wish I could clamp them within a range of non-cartoonish values sometimes.

I'd also like to see native substance export - or at least more export options to match various pipelines (like various PBR).

Finally, I think Fuse is starting to suffer from prosumer-focus. Namely, you have a million nicely named sliders for adjusting parameters, but it is getting cumbersome to navigate the options. Some power-user tools (key commands and modifiers for the mouse) may need to come along soon.

Overall, this is extremely impressive software that can save you a small fortune. I can go from idea to a lip-synched and animated character in Unity within an hour.
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45 of 65 people (69%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2014
It really depends what you want. If you just want quick and simple models, and aren't fussed about detail in their form, this is good. If you want to really get into the detail of the character and model the anatomy to exactly how you envision it, this is not for you. It's basically the equivalent of a "model wizard". Choose head, next, choose torso, next, etc... Morphing is extrememly limited compared to Daz3D, for example, which is free. Any rigging involves uploading to their site, after creating an account, and using your 1 free montly rig or subscribing. Subscribing opens up more options, but it seems pointless when there are better free tools, and better subscription based software (Autodesk), or the hotkey driven free Blender software (create, rig and animate...but you have to remember a lot of keys).

In the end, I would not recommend this for any serious modeller. If you're a game creator and don't want to spend ages modelling extras for your game, choose this...but on sale.
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43 of 64 people (67%) found this review helpful
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 12
Hidden fees after purchasing software.
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36 of 52 people (69%) found this review helpful
22.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 23
Do not buy this software. I am in the process of requesting a full refund, as I have had numerous issues with attempting to get my free auto-rigged characters per week. I've sent numerous messages totheir customer support, using their website form, which half the time returns an unknown error, across multiple browsers. I left numerous messages with their phone support which goes to after-hours, during normal business hours, and have never received one single reply back. This has been going on for months.

Don't waste your money
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25 of 36 people (69%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
30.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 24, 2014
I highly recommend this. I am basing my decision as a modeler who uses Modo and Zbrush as well as various other modeling and painting software. The models are a good base with a flexible dial adjustments for a more unique look. It is great to start off with for sculpting a basic humaniod form. No problems and very little adjustments needed in bringing it to Modo or Zbrush or any other modeling software. Polycount is fairly high but has a well design topo and good quality for the next generation gaming. Mixamo did a great job with each release of this product adding more content as well as a lower poly count TF2 characters and Cartoon Characters. I normally choose to keep my model for export from Modo into Unity, but you can bring it back into Fuse and it will seperate it into parts for Assembly. Once you reasemble your character you can send it over to Mixamo which provides 2 free rigs per week which is usually enough. In Mixamo they have a few free animation including a free Basic Locomotion Pack which is generally used for a Character Controller in Unity and from Mixamo to Unity is an easy export via FBX.

Update 2015 April 10th, it also has a nice Substance material for the skin which is highly flexible and adjustable. Also I notice another free update for Brutes which looks very nice.

Here is a sample of what I did.
http://www.artstation.com/artwork/october-fuse-7k-poly-game-model-test

And another sample I am currently working on
http://community.thefoundry.co.uk/discussion/topic.aspx?f=9&t=95181
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21 of 32 people (66%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
43.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 10
I've been exploring FUSE a lot as a source for characters for a UE4 game I'm trying to develop. I had a month of the "indie pack" (not on steam, but through their subscription) and successfully got a FUSE character moving around in the UE4 environment.

FUSE is unique in that it's essentially middleware that's trying to do the jobs of 5 people in a team that usually consists of 10, so it won't be able to do everything, and doesn't claim to. It'll be able to make awesome looking characters that are rigged for very cheap, and on their site, there are animations you can buy. Or, because the characters are rigged, you can animate them on their own.

Will FUSE characters be able to immediately drop into (name of program)? Probably not. They might need some coaxing. You might have to get really into (said program) and learn what it is that makes it work... but this is a good thing.

For UE4, a hang up was on the skeleton and the material quality. For months, I was going on their forums and freaking out about how a UE4 skeleton download option would be great, or how sometimes the materials didn't come through looking the best - because UE4 didn't naturally know how to handle some of the FUSE character's files. Well, after months of awesome awesome customer support on thier forums - they came through with that skeleton. Plus, not that it's their job to fix things in a totally different program for me, but they're planning an update for the UE4 materials.

I'm a believer. These guys are keeping pace with the bigger game engines and are inching closer and closer to that "dream product" you want it to be. They've bitten off a lot, but they're delivering, and i'm very excited to see where this goes - and to use it in my game.This is a tool, and an awesome one, but just don't expect it to go ahead and make your game for you! That's your job!
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26 of 43 people (60%) found this review helpful
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 23, 2014
Worst £25 i ever spent, you have to pay even more money for basic animations.
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18 of 28 people (64%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
52.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 29, 2014
I recommend this for people who aren't very good at modeling human characters/don't know how/don't want to. The price is VERY cheap for the amount of stuff you get + free updates. You also get unlimited free rigs for characters made in Fuse. That means you can make as many characters using Fuse as you want.
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
28.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 21
Fuse is easy to use and work about the same way as the Sims character creator. It gives you a lot of different bodies and parts to work with in order to create new characters.

The reason so many people review this software as a negative product is the fact that it used to cost money to download your characters after they have been riged. Early 2015 mixamo made rigging free, so it's not a problem anymore :)

The only thing they should improve are more hair, shirts, pants and other miscs.
They also offer a easy way to export models in to sfm or gmod, without using any of the modeling programs like blender or maya, for creators not so familiar with those programs, like myself.
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23 of 39 people (59%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
19.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 28, 2014
To everyone bashing the program learn how to use it. In less than twenty minutes I made my character/uploaded it to Mixamo/ autorig on the mixamo site/downloaded the .fbx/ran the autorig controls cript and now I have a character ready to fully animate in Maya. If you understood how long that would take from scratch you would never complain and whine. This is a godsend of a program.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 4
Good piece of software to block out temporary placeholder characters or templates to futher customize after autorigging. You get two auto-rigs per week for free, including a very basic locomotive animation set (basic idle, walking and jumping) which should be plenty for most hobbyists/indies. Obviously not a replacement for having an actual human model and rig characters, but it's really quick and easy; you can get from nothing to a fully rigged custom FBX in about half an hour.
Depeding on where you use it, the rig might require some tweaking (in Cinema 4D, you need to manually define falloffs for some problematic armatures like the fingers and balls of the feet, for instance), and the materials will probably need some work (both Blender and Cinema 4D need you to manually enable alpha blending of hair meshes) but for the most part you'll have a ready to use model, especially as a placeholder.

Many reviews mention the cost of additional auto-rigs and ready made animation sets as "hidden fees", but when I got the software a year or two ago the fact that additional riggings and pre-made animations would cost extra was plainly mentioned several times in the description, just like it is now.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 14
Good product that is constantly evolving adding new features.
So be careful because reviews from the early versions aren't accurate anymore.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
8.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 14
With the new update I can create a wide variety of characters and import them into UE4 in no time at all, makes for rapid prototyping of idea's & concepts with good looking assets. Mixamo have done a really good job with the update and free rigging make it a solid bit of software. 10/10.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
9.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 19
an artist review:
as someone who knows bare-minimum to 3D creation, the interface is pretty user friendly. I was able to learn pretty quickly how to use the program. I purchased it with hopes to have a solid 3D reference for my own characters faces. Customization works well enough, though I do wish I had more liberty/ freedom to push the facial features further and make them more unique and personal. The customization seems to be on the level as Sims/ Dragon Age: Inquisition in that regard. One other thing i'd like to see is In the beginning stages of developing the character is options available for skin color/ complexion readily available. But, I can see that this is a program to quickly create stock characters, which is fine. There's still quite a bit to explore and learn from this program, so I will have to mess around with a lot more of the features and update the review.
overall for an artist like myself, it is an excellent resource to have a model that you can move at any angle for drawing reference.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 21
I use this to make sfm models and models for games I am creating. If your a serious sfm'er I recommend. If you need lots of human-like 3d models this is for you. I love this and recommend it.
Also please add tf2 pyro clothes.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 18
This review is addressed to anyone who plans to use this tool for game or mod development. If you're looking for software just to mess around with on its own, then you may wish to look around for another point of view.

If you know what you're getting for your money, and understand the purpose for which you're purchasing this software, then it may pay for itself after a few short uses. I would first like to point out that my "0.8 hours on record" is not accurate as the desktop shortcut for this software (as well as blender and some other applications) does not open through steam by default. More accurately I have used this software for about 10 hours.


Creating a character in Fuse is very easy,and while the default proportion options for your characters seem limited at first, you can modify that in the program's preferences. The clothing options are fairly limited, but as I am primarily using these models as bases to modify later, it's really not that big of a concern. One nice thing about the clothes however is the ability to recolor them as you see fit, so you don't have to go with the defaults. Also, after downloading the model you will have UV map available to edit your your leisure.

The character creation itself in Fuse isn't all that special when compared to open source software MakeHuman, but where Fuse really shines is the rigging. Rigging a model can be a time consuming and tedious process that will really dig into a indie developer's or modder's time, especially when working with numerous characters. With Fuse you can simply upload your finished model to their website, and it'll be rigged within a minute or two. As I understand it, it was only recently that they started allowing unlimited free rigs, which now makes the software infinitely more useful.

Once your character is uploaded and rigged on their server, you are given the option to apply some free animations to your character (which quite honestly are a bit underwhelming), purchase ones from their asset store, or just download your rigged model. The prices on the store seem fairly reasonable, but so far I have just download my rigged model and animated it myself later. If a time comes when I am having trouble getting an animation down, or just want to save time, it probably wouldn't be a bad choice to jump back into the store and buy a couple of their animations.

But you may be asking, "if I am making a game or mod to sell, do I really want to use a character creation tool with such limited options when compared to working freehand?" While it's ultimately up to you if you're going to use the characters as is, I find it incredibly useful to use the finished models that I get from Fuse as bases to modify and expand upon in separate modeling software. Being able to get a decent looking, fully rigged model into Blender for editing in about 15-20 minutes is nothing short of incredible.

There are a couples things I would like to see added to Fuse later down the line, such as being able to export the model with a blank (though already defined) UV map, so that I can more easily modify the skin of the model once it is in blender/photoshop, or perhaps create models with an odd amount of limbs/features for more interesting creature design.


tl;dr If you're a small developer, this software is absolutely worth it for the rigging alone. MakeHuman is still a great program, but being able to have a fully rigged model that is ready to modify within minutes is an invaluable resource. Making unlimited rigs free was the best decision they have made yet.

EDIT: I have modified my original review to reflect a correction from a developer comment. Originally I wrote that the editing of proportions was very limited, but as it turns out it is in fact possible to modify the limits through the programs preferences.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
60.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 2
EDIT: Fuse is now free, so as long as you don't care about the uncertainty surrounding the product, there's no reason not to try it. Especially if they release the 1.4 update, which would allow users to fix small issues with clothing/hat fits. But I will be surprised if that update ever happens. At this point, I cannot recommend adopting Fuse into your workflow because we don't know what's going to happen to it and therefore can't depend on it. It's like choosing to learn Maya if it was just announced that Maya was being discontinued soon. Why waste all that effort in adopting/learning it? Guess we'll see what happens in 6 months with Adobe at the helm...

Original Review:

As it stands today (Jun 2 2015), Fuse is being sold on steam at a price of $100. Yesterday Mixamo was bought by Adobe, and it was announced that Fuse will be free. So no, I definitely do not recommend buying Fuse at this point. Mixamo has said that Fuse and autorigging will be available for 6 mo, beyond that is anyone's guess. I suspect Fuse is a dead product at this point, because Adobe will be integrating Mixamo into Photoshop for graphic designers and illustrators. Game development isn't on their radar, and it doesn't make financial sense for Adobe to continue updating Fuse, a free product on Steam, when they will have a similar offering under Creative Cloud,

R.I.P., Fuse. You were on your way to becoming the holy grail of character creation for game development. I was getting my workflow down pat for creating clothing, and was getting ready to release a clothing pack on Unity. Now with all the uncertainty, who will buy into Fuse, and definitely who will buy a clothing pack I create?

I don't blame Mixamo's owners for cashing out, but this is the third time I've had my chain yanked by Mixamo's changes in direction. It's definitely been a cautionary tale for anyone wanting to do freelance work to not trust that anything or anyone will be there for you from day to day. better to just learn how to create characters in a modeling program and do everything yourself, and then sell your own work.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 25
From what I want to use it for, it's working pretty well. You can create a good deal of diverse body types that are instantly available for GMod. That's right, Fuse makes them into ragdolls INSTANTLY; physics and all.

My only gripe is I dunno if they can do faceposing yet, but since I'm going to replace the heads with non-faceposed ones, it's not a problem.

Buy it at a discount, like I did.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
11.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 24
Im using steam since many years now and i have to say... I can not remember anything that is as UNDERRATED as this software ! (right now 56 %).

Some negative reviews complain about an auto-rig limit. This got removed and its completely unlimited now !

There are also complaints about further costs after buying this program. But that is not really true. You can buy additional stuff like animations and body parts, but there is no need too... they deliver many highly customizable body parts and clothes for free ! They also give you basic (they call it basic... i thinks its already much more) high quality animations for free ! (AND it gets more and more...)

Working with this program is very easy and good organized. I had no problem at all and could see my mediavel character running around in unity in less then 1 hour.
The character model is completely deformable to whatever kind of human or even scary creature you like. The textures on the character and clothes are very customizable. You can also import your own custom content! Is you character done, you can upload and auto-rig it (a matter of seconds).
If this is done, you can simply download it and use your own animations OR visit the really nice store (where you can find also the free animation set). Inside this store can you see any animation you may want to buy instantly on your own uploaded character and see if this is what you need! The prices are for me definitely justified.

This software is actively developed and gets more and more content and features. Developers do actively answer to reviews and ask for a survey after registering on there website, to improve their service even more. Features and prices are transparent and listed there, also on steam. I believe that they stand behind their products.

I bought it at a 75% sale for 23 € (i feel very very guilty!).
You will nowhere get so many models and textures for 93€ ! Not even talking about customizable models, textures and the free animations... (and maybe more stuff i did not even notice until now)

Thanks for all of this!
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 23
Excellent, REALLY complete, and allows you to continue editing in other editors without glitches!
I recommend it, it's AWESOME.
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