iMeshh Asset Manager 1.0
Speed up your projects with an asset manager that was made to work perfectly with our store products and work flow.
Compatible with Blender 2.79 and 2.8!
Works with your Cycles & Corona products
Creates the perfect Arch-Vis folder structure for you
Has an “All” category to see all of your products in one place
Add your own folders and categories
Enlarge thumbnails and open .blend files for assets
Uses the product images that are with the .blend folder as thumbnails
iMeshh website link to pick up more freebies
Made in preparation for our biggest update yet… iMeshhAssetManager 2.0
Download the asset manager
Get the asset manager folder structure
+30 free models packed inside ready
Download more free bundles!
9GB’s of free models
Download the Default Material Pack
- HDR Support – READY
- Auto updater – No need to come to this page every time to get the latest version. – READY
- Display all objects within a category without needing to click on the individual sub categories. Similar to “All”, but for specific categories. – READY
- Enlarge thumbnails for a closer look and .blend files – READY
Have any other updates you’d like to see? Drop us a comment at the bottom of this page
- Add scroll bar if you have lots of assets – Unfortunately not possible
How it works
1 – Download the addon and install the .zip
2 – Choose which location you want to store your assets under “Assets Path”
3 – Click “make” and it will generate the folder structure for all your Arch-vis models. Or download the pack above which includes models too.
Feel free to add your own categories – Just make sure to add atleast 2 sub categories for them to show up correctly in the asset manager
4 – Drop in your newly downloaded iMeshh products, and then see them appear in the asset manager
5 – Set your asset manager to either Corona or Cycles to have it import the correct nodes for you
6 – Click Import object and see it in your scene
7 – Select an object in your scene, and click Import Material. This will add any materials from any product onto your currently selected model.
See a nice fabric on a chair and want it on your sofa? Just select the Sofa, find the chair in the asset manager and click “import Material”
Also i need to give a huge thank you to Dawid Huczynski for making the code for the simple asset manager available for modification. This gave us the base code needed to create something that works directly with our workflow and downloads. Thank you!