Realtime models are allowed in CheckMate Pro v2. Such models don’t need to be subdividable, but should have the lowest poly count possible.
CheckMate Pro v2: Updating Your Pro v1 Catalog
Want to upgrade your Pro v1 models to Pro v2? There are two easy ways to do this.
CheckMate Pro v2 Specification: Objects in Layers
CheckMate Pro v2 requires objects to be placed in a named layer to make it easier for customers to work with your 3D model.
CheckMate Pro v2 Specification: 3D Text
Need to make 3D text for CheckMate Pro v2? Find out how to clean up your text for easy editing and subdivision.
CheckMate Pro v2 Specification: Poles
One of the most common questions we get about the CheckMate Pro v2 standard is about poles. A pole is a set of edges coming into a single vertex, the way edges are arranged around a vertex at the top of a sphere primitive. In CheckMate Pro v2, we do not allow poles with 6 or more edges on curved …
FAQ: Common Customer Issues, PLUS Solutions
While there is nothing common when it comes to our customers, we often find that their questions center around some common issues. We’ve collected a few of the more frequently asked questions, along with their solutions, to help our artists make their models more attractive to potential customers. Forging a successful relationship with customers, and possibly becoming their go-to artist, is …