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The Ultimate Tutorial on How to Use 3D Materials from Clip Studio Assets


How to Download 3D Models for Clip Studio Paint




Clip Studio Paint is a popular software for drawing and painting, especially for comic and manga artists. It offers a variety of tools and features to help you create stunning artworks, such as brushes, layers, filters, vector tools, perspective rulers, and more.


One of the most useful features of Clip Studio Paint is the ability to use 3D models as references or as part of your artwork. You can import 3D data from various sources and adjust them on the canvas according to your needs. You can also apply materials and textures to them, or use them for animation.




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In this article, we will show you how to download 3D models for Clip Studio Paint from different sources, how to import and use them in your software, and some tips and tricks for making the most out of them.


Sources of 3D Models for Clip Studio Paint




Clip Studio Assets




Clip Studio Assets is the official online platform for Clip Studio Paint users, where you can find over 10,000 free materials for personal or commercial use. These include brushes, backgrounds, color sets, poses, fonts, and of course, 3D models.


To access Clip Studio Assets, you need to have a Clip Studio account and log in with it. You can then browse through various categories of materials, such as . You can also search by keywords or tags.


To download a material from Clip Studio Assets, you need to click on the Download button on its page. The material will be automatically added to your Material palette in Clip Studio Paint. You can then drag and drop it to your canvas or double-click on it to paste it.


Clip Studio Modeler




Clip Studio Modeler is a free tool for setting up 3D materials to use in Clip Studio Paint. You can import 3D data made with other software and configure them as materials for Clip Studio Paint. For example, you can change the pose, expression, clothing, hair, and accessories of a 3D character, or add textures and materials to a 3D object.


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How to use the layer mask effect for masking parts of 3d models in clip studio paint


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How to use the tone effect for adding screentones to 3d models in clip studio paint


How to use the border effect for adding borders or outlines to 3d models in clip studio paint


How to use the gradient map effect for changing the colors of 3d models in clip studio paint


How to use the color balance effect for adjusting the color tone of 3d models in clip studio paint


How to use the brightness/contrast effect for changing the brightness and contrast of 3d models in clip studio paint


How to use the hue/saturation/luminosity effect for changing the hue, saturation, and luminosity of 3d models in clip studio paint


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To use Clip Studio Modeler, you need to download it from the and install it on your computer. You also need to have a Clip Studio account and log in with it. You can then open the software and import 3D data from the File menu or by dragging and dropping it to the window.


Once you have imported 3D data, you can use the tools and menus on the left side of the window to edit it. You can also preview how it will look in Clip Studio Paint by clicking on the Preview button on the top right corner of the window.


When you are done editing your 3D material, you need to register it to Clip Studio Assets by clicking on the Register button on the top left corner of the window. You can then choose a category, name, description, tags, and license for your material. You can also choose whether to make it public or private.


After registering your material, you can access it from your Material palette in Clip Studio Paint. You can also share it with other users on Clip Studio Assets if you made it public.


Other Websites




There are many other websites that offer free or paid 3D models for various purposes. Some of them are compatible with Clip Studio Paint, while others may require some conversion or adjustment. Here are some examples of websites where you can find 3D models:



  • : A website that offers over 50,000 free 3D models in various formats, such as OBJ, FBX, STL, DAE, etc. You can browse by categories or search by keywords.



  • : A website that hosts over 4 million 3D models in various formats, such as GLTF, GLB, OBJ, FBX, etc. You can view them in 3D online or download them for free or for a fee.



  • : A website that sells over 1 million 3D models in various formats, such as OBJ, FBX, MAX, etc. You can browse by categories or search by keywords.



To download a 3D model from these websites, you need to follow their instructions and terms of use. You may need to create an account or pay a fee depending on the website and the model.


To import a 3D model from these websites to Clip Studio Paint, you need to make sure that it is in a format that is supported by Clip Studio Paint. The supported formats are OBJ (Wavefront), LWO (LightWave), FBX (Autodesk), and TMF (Tiled Map Format).


If your 3D model is not in one of these formats, you may need to use a converter tool such as to change its format. You may also need to adjust its scale, orientation, or texture depending on the model.


How to Import and Use 3D Models in Clip Studio Paint




Importing 3D Data




Once you have downloaded a 3D model from any source, you can import it to Clip Studio Paint by using one of these methods:



  • From the File menu: Click on File > Import > 3D Data and select the file that you want to import. You can then choose the layer type (Raster layer or Vector layer) and the resolution for your 3D model.



  • By dragging and dropping: Drag and drop the file that you want to import to your canvas. You can then choose the layer type (Raster layer or Vector layer) and the resolution for your 3D model.



After importing your 3D model, it will appear on your canvas as a new layer. You can then use the Object tool and the Sub Tool palette to manipulate it.


Adjusting the Pose and Angle of 3D Models




To adjust the pose and angle of your 3D model on the canvas, you need to use the Object tool and the Sub Tool palette. The Object tool is located on the left side of the toolbar, and the Sub Tool palette is located on the right side of the toolbar.


The Object tool has four sub tools: Move, Rotate, Scale, and Camera. You can use them to move, rotate, scale, and change the camera angle of your 3D model. You can also use the sliders and buttons on the Sub Tool palette to fine-tune your adjustments.


Here are some tips for using the Object tool and the Sub Tool palette:



  • To move your 3D model, select the Move sub tool and drag it on the canvas. You can also use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move it by 1 pixel.



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