Monday, January 23, 2017

Check out our YouTube channel...

CraftMaster is chocked full of capabilities and we encourage you to explore the product to discover all of its richness and power. Still, the quickest way to get started with CraftMaster is to follow along with our guided video tutorials on our YouTube channel at There you'll find tutorials that will show you how to:

  • Download 3D models, convert them into a Minecraft Structures and place them in your Worlds.
  • Share your Minecraft creations on your Facebook page using Sketchfab.
  • Navigate your Worlds more efficiently using CraftMaster Maps.
  • Import 2D images into your Minecraft Worlds.
We'll be adding more tutorials over time, and we also have videos of some of the cool demo worlds we've created using CraftMaster. So please visit and subscribe to our YouTube channel to get the most out of CraftMaster!!

Team CraftMaster

Monday, January 9, 2017

CraftMaster Beta Now Available

Happy New Year!!

We're celebrating 2017 with the launch of our public beta for CraftMaster on both Windows and macOS - please visit to sign up!

We've posted some helpful material to support our beta testers - there are video tutorials on our YouTube channel at, and our CraftMaster Beta Test User Forum can be found at

Also, check out our earlier blogs on how to source awesome Minecraft content on 3D Warehouse, and how to share your Minecraft creations on Sketchfab.

We can't wait to see the amazing stuff you create!

Team CraftMaster

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Share your Minecraft Creations with CraftMaster and Sketchfab

You just spent weeks creating an amazing structure in Minecraft. And, you want to share it with your friends and family, right? Of course, you could always take a screen shot and text it to your friends. Or, you could capture a video and post it on YouTube. Either of these options would allow your friends to experience your creation – but, at best, the perspective provided by these media is limited.

Wouldn’t it be sweet if you could make a copy of your Minecraft creation and post it online, in its full 3 dimensional glory, allowing others to experience it from all angles, up close and far away – even using VR technology?

Well, it’s possible now thanks to CraftMaster and Sketchfab.

Sketchfab is the world’s leading 3D community site with over a half a million contributors and more than a million models uploaded. In essence, Sketchfab is for 3D models what YouTube is for videos - you can check them out at And, while you’re there, be sure to do a search for “Minecraft” – you’ll quickly discover they already host a wide array of Minecraft content.

CraftMaster makes it easy for you to share your Minecraft creations on the Sketchfab site. And, using Sketchfab’s embeddable 3D viewer, you can also share your Minecraft content on a wide array of popular social media sites - including Facebook and Twitter. So, for example, let's say you’re a teacher and you want to share with the class parents what your kids built using Minecraft. What better way than posting their work using Sketchfab’s 3D viewer on your class's Facebook page!

And, best of all, Sketchfab’s Basic plan – which includes unlimited uploads of up to 50MB per model – is completely free!

Here’s a quick illustration of how it works: My son, who’s a huge soccer fan, spent weeks building an amazingly detailed soccer stadium in Minecraft. Here you can see the stadium in a Minecraft screen shot.

Using Craftmaster, I copied the stadium out of Minecraft and uploaded it to my Sketchfab account. Once on Sketchfab, anyone can view the stadium on my Sketchfab page, or I can embed it into any web page - even this blog:

Sketchfab also lets me post the stadium to my Facebook feed with a single click – check it out here:

Hopefully you’re starting to get a feel for the power of sharing Minecraft content using CraftMaster and Sketchfab. If you want to learn more about how to share your Minecraft models on Sketchfab, check out our video tutorial at

Have fun building and, when you're done, always remember to share your creations on Sketchfab!