Part of creating good topology for CheckMate Pro v2 subdividable models is to avoid T-vertices, the convergence of edges in a T formation, unless they are absolutely necessary for the flow of the model’s shape. T-vertices, or T-verts for short, when used incorrectly, will halt edge flow and cause poor subdivision. Any vertex with only three edges could be consider a …
Realtime models are allowed in CheckMate Pro v2. Such models don’t need to be subdividable, but should have the lowest poly count possible.
Want to upgrade your Pro v1 models to Pro v2? There are two easy ways to do this.
CheckMate Pro v2 requires objects to be placed in a named layer to make it easier for customers to work with your 3D model.
Tools that retopologize 3D models are more available than ever. Use them to prepare your models for CheckMate Pro.
Need to make 3D text for CheckMate Pro v2? Find out how to clean up your text for easy editing and subdivision.