Notch's skin in Minecraft Skin Viewer (for PC and Windows Phone)
Minecraft Skin Viewer is a simple tool that can display any Minecraft skin. You can type username, browse file or play with drag & drop - fast and simple. The best thing is the ability to pose the model manually, just like an action figure. You can move any body part with the left mouse button.
Play and see other players
Minecraft Skin Viewer does not use your GPU, so you can play Minecraft with the highest performance and have Minecraft Skin Viewer window open all the time. I've created my own 3D engine to achieve that. Works smooth on every creepy and slow machine.
Me playing Minecraft and watching skins in the same time
For creating skins
Minecraft Skin Viewer is very useful for creating your own skin, because it automatically refreshes the skin when you save the file. I used to make skins in Photoshop, so now I can see my results very quickly without any additional clicks. Just press Ctrl + S in Photoshop and Minecraft Skin Viewer will update the skin immediately.
Photoshop + (almost) live skin preview FTW!
Show off your skin
With Minecraft Skin Viewer you can render your skin with high quality and transparent background - perfect as a layer for Photoshop or any other professional graphics editor.
Minecraft Skin Viewer can be used to make awesome images.
Minecraft Skin Viewer allows you to download any Minecraft skin.
Downloading Notch's skin...
In the extended version you can view mobs, like Creeper, Skeleton etc. and set them your own textures.
Models available in the current version.
Run the program, type your username, press 'Enter' and see yourself.
Hold the left mouse button and drag anything you want.
Click the right mouse button and choose something from the context menu.
Find some skin file and drag it into Minecraft Skin Viewer.
Click the right mouse button on some toolbar and change its docking.
Small but really cool. A suggestion tho, would be a good idea to put the Position (& background) selector as toolbar buttons on top, makes for a quicker access. Personally I'd leave the window title constant and put the user/file name instead of your watermarks. Other than that, works great man, props.
If you were ale to load up all the mob models + skins as well. Something like that would be very VERY helpful for people like me trying to make skins for them in photoshop. We can see our edits right on the model instead of loading it in game and going hunting for them.
If you were able to load up all the mob models + skins as well. Something like that would be very VERY helpful for people like me trying to make skins for them in photoshop. We can see our edits right on the model instead of loading it in game and going hunting for them.
I'm going to add this feature. It's quite easy to do, so maybe it will be in version 0.8 beta. :wink.gif:
I fiddle with my skin's pixels a lot in Photoshop and used to use Skin Edit to see the changes be reloading the skin every time I made a change. This is so much easier. Thank you for making this available.