Morphyre Pro comes with a shortcut in the start menu called 'Model Viewer' - this is a very basic tool that allows you to both view Morphyre's models, and to add new Models.
The easiest way to get Models into Morphyre is to create them from an Image. First off, go into your favourite image editor and get your Logo as a filled white shape on a black background. Try not to make it too complicated.
Then, you have to download a tracing tool called PoTrace from here - unfortunately we can't directly include the files in Morphyre. Unzip the file potrace.exe into C:\Program Files\MorphyrePro.
Finally you can get on to creating your model. Open 'Model Viewer' and click 'Load File' - navigate to where your image is and Open it. The Viewer may take a few seconds to calculate your model - during which it will be unresponsive.
When it's done, you should see a flat version of your logo in the viewer window, which you can move around by clicking and dragging. You can then click 'Tools' then 'Extrude' and the viewer will make the shape fully 3D. Often you'll want the shape extruded more or less than the default - in which case you can click 'Tools' then 'Scale' - only change the third number - for example to make the shape tqice as thick type '1,1,2' or to make it thinner type '1,1,0.5'
Finally you can save your model. The best format is as 'Binary T2N3V3' - just choose this and save the file as MorphyrePro\data\MyModel.t2n3v3
Unfortunately for the moment Morphyre can only load 3DTin models as black and white.
First, you need to have a 3D model file and an application which will let you edit it. We'd recommend Blender - it's a bit of a steep learning curve at once, but there are a bunch of tutorials available and It's very powerful.
Then, you need to load your model in Blender (or whatever 3D editor you have) and save it as 'Raw Faces' called MyModel.raw. This should create a text file full of coordinates.
All you do after that is open the Model Viewer, click on 'Load File' and load the raw file you saved. You might need to Centre it and Scale it (available from the Tools menu) - as often Morphyre scenes expect the Models to be around 2-3 units in size (you can check this using the 'Bounding box diagonal' item in the 'Statistics' option).
Finally, just save the model. The best format is as 'Binary T2N3V3' - just choose this and save the file as MorphyrePro\data\MyModel.t2n3v3