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Live2D user has created a tutorial video(unoffilcial) in English. SEE ALSO.
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[Live2D Tutorial 2020] Introduction to Tools and Technical Concepts
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[INFORMATION] (07/08/2022)
Cubism 4 SDK R5 beta4 are now available!
※Only Cubism 4 SDK for Native is version R5 beta4_1 due to some modifications.

Cubism 4 SDK R5 beta4 also supports some of the new features in Cubism Editor 4.2!

live2D model based on a 3D scan

Hello,
I am a game dev and our small team wants to encourage the client to develop a 2D adventure game, but he is a fan of 3D modeling and we can not yet explain to him the difference in approaches when developing 2D and 3D games, despite all its pros and cons. I need to design a presentation that would clearly show the difference between 2D and 3D characters in a game. We want to make a 3D scan of a member of our team, edit and animate the 3D model using Blender. There is no problem with this part. But with the part where we need to make a fully rigged live2d model based on a 3d scan (in any format that Artec Studio supports), we are stuck. Is there any way to do that?

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