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Anime Girl 3D - it converts 2D art to 3D model

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Anime Girl 3D is a small game tool that converts 2D anime characters to 3D. It runs under Windows and Linux. Its not only for anime-like graphics, that is just the name of the software. it works with other type of cartoon arts, and with different kind of graphics too).




It needs a 2D picture with the protagonists, and then it can convert it to 3D models (.obj files). These obj files later can be used in games, modeling programs, and 3d printers.



(the iutput file in a thirdparty modeling software)


The exportad model containing textures and normal vectors too.





The source images not have to contain alphamap, the software have background detection algorithm. A short video tutorial embedded on the web page, that guides to the basic usage of the software.


More information and download:





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Minimum system requirements
-An Intel ATOM CPU on at least 1,2 ghz, a Celeron CPU on at least 1,4 ghz
-An AMD cpu on at least 800 mhz
-VIA CPU on at least 1 ghz
-Elbrus CPU on least 1 ghz
-1 Gbyte of RAM
-Linux, or Windows operating system (x86)

Recommended system requirements
-Intel i7 CPU with at least 8 hardware thead, or AMD CPU with 8 CPU cores
-4 Gbyte of RAM
-24 col display
-This software does not uses graphics card or IGP, it uses software rendering.
-Linux, or Windows operating system (x86)


Edited by Geri

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hi! i plan to export some models to add as an example on the website, including screenshots. maybe i will do it on next week.

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