This also looks really cool. Adobe Fuse is a way for designers to create custom 3D models that they can later use in all other Adobe software products, such as InDesign and Illustrator. Is it weird that it reminded me of Sims in a way? Basically, it’s the same concept. It’s creating a 3D model of person or object that can later be animated. A good combination of this software might be in conjunction with Adobe Character Animator. It seems like this software is user friendly, because many designs (at least for people) are already pre-made in a sort of template for new users. Not only are there templates for faces, some clothing items are already premade, with the option of changing their color. You can also edit specific features of the body, such as how wide the nose is or how round the face is. This is good news for me, because I want to give this software a try, but have no prior background in animation. Once a user’s design is saved to the Creative Cloud, it can be accessed in any Adobe software, and brought to life through suggested animation and lighting. This is a program which could come in handy if I was to ever design logos or materials for advertisements.