@mooncube It's cool to see Blender finally adding this! I know it's been planned for a while but it works even better than I expected
@doktorno From how I understood it you create your own library of assets (or of course download meshes from the many sites that provide them).
More info is in the original article: https://code.blender.org/2021/06/asset-browser-project-update/
@mooncube noooooo… now you make me want to import the SweetHome3D file I did into Blender and waste more nights 😅
@mooncube omg that looks so cool! ive always wanted to learn blender but havent really gotten around to it
@querimoniousqueer Nice! Not all of Blender is this accessible, but I think it will be a fantastic point of entry once it‘s out in stable and there‘s beginner guides! :D
@mooncube I think this addon will destroy the 3D Market even more.
I remember when unreal was introducing the market and people with 0 expierience started to create the wildest objects, just for a few cents (or even for free) while the 3D artists that were doing it for money were totally out.
All in all its a nice addon
@mooncube I downloaded the 3.0 version but it seems like object placement doesn't work like the video? Or did I miss something. It says in the article it's a new thing but doesn't mention whether it has shipped yet
@epilys I haven’t played around with it yet myself so I can’t help you unfortunately, but it probably won’t be long until we see simple step-by-step tutorials/guides. Until then all I can suggest is to experiment or maybe ask in a Blender forum.
I think it has to do with the placement mode (using bounding boxes in the video).
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