Wings 3D is a tool for creating and editing polygon models of three-dimensional objects that can be used as components in games, computer-generated images and movies, or 3D printing. The Wings user interface favors context-sensitive menus instead of toolboxes packed with every possible tool a user might want. Users right-click on an object and are presented only with the editing operations that are relevant for that object. Because of this approach, the Wings user interface is generally less visually cluttered than that of similar tools. Some users find this more sparse interface to be easier to use. The Gallery section of the Wings website contains examples of user-created objects. In the Community section of the site, readers can locate general references on 3D modeling principles, manuals specific to Wings, and a number of tutorials. In the Downloads section, readers find installers for Windows, macOS, and Linux computers.