Testing Sketchfab embedding


#1

Here’s my attempt…

There you go @Michael_Bridges, they just need to insert the long Sketchfab URL :slight_smile:


SketchFab Test
#2

Nice
[sketchfab]2c991c7e151143da8a6a4ec3a4b03bf8[/sketchfab]
Lava Forest - World of Flame Florals by souchenki on Sketchfab


#3

That is rather saucy… I like that, a lot…


#4

nope try again…

Lava Forest - World of Flame Florals by souchenki on Sketchfab


#5

3rd times a charm?


#6

NICE! Liking this MUCH more. It is rich and responsive


#7

I’ve added instructions here: How to Share Your 3D Models


#8

Might be worth looking at https://www.blend4web.com/en/? Sketchfab looks more supported though…


#9

Very nice work you did there. :relaxed:


#10

I didnt see it in the instructions but you HAVE to make sure when you pack the blend file you also add the textures!


#11

Thanks I’ve added this to the instructions


#12

Just a basic one to show what happens if you dont pack textures and only colour comes though :slight_smile:


#13

Nevertheless it’s AWESOME to see this coming through here! @Michael_Bridges try and contain your excitement!


#14

Same issue without textures on the chess board but thought it would be fun to show it :slight_smile:


#15

I’m sure you’ll make it work, @Michael_Bridges could do a little video on the instruction post to help you


#16

Pretty sure this one only links and wont display as i animated it in blender as well.
I think Michael did show us to pack textures into the blend file, If i can find fluffy bunny again i’ll post that in the main section to test!


#17

That’s REALLY nice. And oh so smooth.


#18

I’ve been having the link issue as well. I followed the instructions as Ben posted, but I don’t get a preview, just a link to my sketchfab page. I would like more info on how to present my work here in a post.


#19

Thanks Dave, it can be tricky. @Michael_Bridges is planning to make a video to show you guys how to do this. Ideally a YouTube video we can embed here too.

In the meantime perhaps @GamedevCala or @McFuzz could help, as they have successfully done this. In fact I’ll make the instructions post a Wiki so anyone can contribute.


#20

I actually thought it was quite easy. I just navigated to the submission and posted the link like you would a normal URL. Perhaps I was just lucky!

They also give you an embed URL, and trying that might yield better results.