Download Silo v2.5.6
Thanks! You can use Silo free for 7 days with no restrictions. After that time period it will continue to function as a free model viewer and learning version!

System Requirements:
  • Windows 7, 8, or 10, 64-bit
  • MacOS 10.12 or newer
  • 2 GB RAM, 100 MB hard drive space
  • Systems vary quite a bit, be sure to download the trial and make sure it runs on your system

Silo Site License
Thanks for your interest! A Silo site license:
  • Allows for Silo installation and registration on up to 30 computers using the same site registration code, in any combination of Macs and PCs.
  • Requires that installations must be run at the same physical location (such as a studio premises or school).
  • Does NOT allow for resale/sharing/splitting up individual seats in the site license.
  • Any questions? Just ask us!

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Dedicated 3D Modeling and UV Mapping
3D Modeling Zen for Games and Animation.
Version 2.5.6 Just Released!
Silo is a focused and lightning-fast standalone 3D modeler. Its deep modeling and UV mapping toolset has made it a favorite of pros for making game assets, movie characters, and objects for 3D printing. It’s a huge upgrade over the modeling tools of bloated all-in-one packages, and works hand-in-hand with industry standards like Maya, Blender, and ZBrush, and game engines like Unity and Unreal.
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Start using Silo now. (Includes a free 7-day trial, after which Silo will work as a free model viewer.)
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Get a site license for Silo for your studio or school that is valid for up to 30 seats.
Save 30% with the Game Making Bundle
Pixelmash is a pixel art editor that is great for retro-styled 2D game art, and Silo is a focused and lightning-fast 3D modeling app that works hand-in-hand with game engines like Unity and Unreal for 3D games; together they make a great pair to support any game project.

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Silo + Pixelmash, $110
#MadeInSilo - Moto RKD Dash
Some pretty great things are #MadeInSilo

"Silo is the only modeling software I've used since 2005 when I got version 1.4. It is used in the game for far more than just the 3D models; it helped me model, complete, publish and sell a mobile game... how cool is that?"

Check out Moto RKD Dash, a timeless arcade racing action game, entirely modeled in Silo and brought to life with Unity. Read about the creation process here on the CGTalk Silo Forums. ★★★★★ from us!
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What Makes Silo Great?

Whether you're making game assets, movie characters, or sculptures for 3D printing, Silo is ideal for modeling and UV mapping. Advanced context-sensitive tools reduce the number of keys required to work fast, and sticky keys let you hop into and out of tools on the fly. From Spin Edge to advanced mirroring to LSCM UV Unwrapping, Silo has the tools pros request most. All accessible via a 100% customizable mouse.

Check out the short videos below to see some of these great features in action. You can also read a more complete feature list here.

What's New In Silo 2.5 Subdivision Surfaces LSCM UV Unwrapping Versatile Manipulator Tools Selection Highlighting Robust File Format Support Topology Tool Symmetry Mode Booleans Interface Customization Custom Primitives Sticky Keys Tweak Selection Powerful Selection Modes Context-Sensitive Cut Tool
Learn How To Model With Silo
Here are some great video series to teach you both basic and advanced modeling concepts using Silo. And they're free! Also be sure to check out the online Silo manual and our YouTube channel!
Glen Southern's Silo Fundamentals Series (Beginner)
Beginner series by Glen Southern meant to teach the Silo fundamentals. Series page includes text explanations and links to Wiki content. Eleven part series.
GuerrillaCG 3D Modeling Series (Beginner)
A great set of modeling tutorials put together by Guerrilla3G; take a look and learn about the basic concepts in 3D modeling. (Not Silo-specific.) Five videos: The Polygon, Multisided Polygons, Objects, Primitives, and Subdivision Artifacts. 5 part series.
Silo Tools Series (Beginner)
Learn the basics of modeling in Silo, including creating, viewing, selecting, and modifying 3D objects. Then watch short videos demonstrating some of Silo's key tools and features. Ten part series.
Modeling A Car by Matt Connors (Intermediate)
Matt Connors models an Austin-Healey Sprite in Silo. Series page includes text explanations, links to Wiki content, and additional model files. Four part series.
Sword Creation by Mirko (Intermediate)
Mirko Haenssgen explains how to create a medieval sword in Silo. Series page includes text explanations and links to Wiki content. Two part series.
Glen Southern's Alien: Point-by-Point Modeling Series (Advanced)
Glen Southern models an alien using a point-by-point technique. Includes text explanations, links to Wiki content, and additional model files and reference images. Nine part series.
Glen Southern's Minotaur: Box Modeling Series (Advanced)
Box modeling series in which Glen Southern models a minotaur. Includes text explanations, links to Wiki content, and additional model files and reference images. Ten part series.
Watch & Learn
Check out our YouTube Channel for tutorials and more. There are also excellent free 3D modeling tutorials available on our site.
Have some questions? Visit the Support pages. You can also consult the Online Silo Manual and ask on the Silo Forums.
More Resources
The 3D Modeling Wiki is a great learning resource; you can also take a look at Silo's Release Notes to find out what's new.
Stay Connected
Join the Silo community on the CGTalk Silo Forums and sign up for the Updates Newsletter to keep up-to-date on the latest developments.
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