TurboSquid Updates: Highlights from the Inspector Gadget Sprint

One Page Publisher A significant chunk of progress was made with the One Page Publisher in this sprint. We have a few more things to put in place before it can be made available for early access, but we hope to have something available to beta testers very soon. If you are interested in checking out and testing the snazzy …

TurboSquid Updates: Highlights from the Homer Simpson Sprint

Transition to New Artist Dashboard We spent some more time during this sprint wrapping up loose ends with the old artist dashboard and moving things over to the new dashboard. We have moved the SquidGuild signup and Affiliate information pages into the new dashboard area. We will be completely disabling the old dashboard very soon. Miscellaneous Changes Throughout the sprint we made a …

Why You Should Be Using Unreal & Unity

Are you looking to sell to real-time customers? The need for real-time 3D assets in games, Virtual Reality, architecture, and other GPU-powered markets has seen significant growth recently. Games aren’t the only things being made in game engines anymore-- in no small part due to the advancements made with real-time engines. The Unreal engine is emerging as a first choice ...

TurboSquid Updates: Highlights from the Grover Sprint

Feature Graph Assignment Tool The feature graph artist assignment tool is now live for all artists. Everyone should now have access to the tool from the Product Preview page for all published 3D model assets. See the official announcement , or learn more1 about how to use feature graph to improve the visibility of your published products in search results. …

New Release: Feature Graph Artist Tool

TurboSquid is proud to announce the full release of our Feature Graph artist tool, which is now available to all artists.  After many years of requests, you’ll now have the ability to set your own categories for 3D models. This small tool in the category area of your product pages interacts with our Feature Graph system of over 20,000 categories. …

TurboSquid Updates: Highlights from the Fozzie Bear Sprint

Another sprint has come and gone. In the last sprint we spent some time fixing up some things that have been causing issues for some of our users. We fixed the problem where searches from links on the artist dashboard were failing for users whose member names contained a space. All searches from the dashboard should now be working as …

TurboSquid Updates: Highlights from the Ernie Sprint

One Page Publisher We did a massive amount of work on the One Page Publisher during the Ernie sprint. We’ve spent the majority of our time this sprint working to make it a cohesive, tangible product we can get into your hands for some initial beta testing. We hope to have something for you all to play with very soon, …

Following the Trail of Breadcrumbs: New Search Feature a Hit with Customers

A somewhat subtle change was released to the Search page design about a week ago. While searching the site, visitors now have the option to move up or down the Feature Graph “tree,” as it relates to their chosen term. For example, searching for the term “primates” allows for users to access broader results by moving up the tree to …

High Value Conversion Offering Gets a Bump in Visibility

So many of our customers take advantage of Free File Format Conversions (something we’ve offered for years), but this service hasn’t always been obvious to every customer. Format Conversion is often the difference between a sale and a return, and it’s time more people take advantage of it. During the most recent site update, we’ve made a slight change to …

Nothing “Mutant” About our Latest Site Updates

You’ve probably noticed a new face on the forums providing Sprint Updates. Rebecca Snook, our Director of QA, is taking the reins after Jonathan’s departure. The adorable toon turtle by 3d artist Kama MT gracing this post (let’s call him Donatello), is named so in honor of our latest sprint. You’ll be seeing other “cutesy” names like that in the coming weeks …