Text to 3D
This is the official documentation for Meshy Text to 3D. Here, you'll find detailed instructions on how to generate 3D models from text prompts.
Click on the Text to 3D tab on the left sidebar.
You can click on the “+ New Generation” button to create a new task.
In the object box, you can describe the object that you would like to generate. In the style box, you can describe the desired style of the object. Try describing the shape, color, size, style, and other attributes of the object you want to generate. It is recommended that your prompts be specific and descriptive. If there are specific things you don't want in the result, you can also add descriptions in the negative prompt box.
If you are unsure about what to generate, click 'Try an Example' and explore the examples we provide for you.
Meshy provides users with a wide range of popular artistic styles, such as Realistic, Japanese Anime, Cartoon, Hand-Drawn, and more. Enjoy generating the artistic style you want for your model!
Generate PBR Maps
This determines whether to generate PBR maps. When enabled, it generates PBR maps including base color, metallic, roughness, and normal maps. When disabled, it only generates a color map.
The texture resolution of the generated model. Meshy now supports 1K, 2K, and 4K resolutions.
After the generation is completed, you'll find a panel at the bottom of the screen where you can switch tabs to view the 3D model and the generated maps.
In the 3D view, you'll notice a preview settings panel on the right side. Here, you can change various parameters to customize your 3D view. If you've chosen to generate PBR maps, you can also choose different HDRI environments and adjust the roughness of the texture to visualize the preview effects.
Please note that adjusting these parameters won't alter the properties of the model and textures themselves. They are solely meant to provide different preview options.
To download your assets, simply click on the ‘Download’ button on the right toolbar.
If you wish to share your artwork with friends, just click the ‘Share’ button on the right-hand toolbar. From here, you can share it on Twitter, generate a preview link for the model, or download a video preview of the model you've created.