How to design a 3d product packaging using Adobe Photoshop cc,Adobe illustrator cc #Product Branding
In recent years, more designers are seeking to break into 3D design and more clients are asking for it. Yet for many of us, it still seems daunting and inaccessible. Only designers who have dedicated years of their life to the trade can master the complex tools and techniques required for it, or so we tell ourselves. Until a couple months ago, I’d see an artistic or hyperrealistic 3D image in someone’s portfolio and couldn’t fathom how they even began to create something like it.
With Adobe Dimension, Adobe has removed the barriers (real or imagined) between designers and 3D design. Originally created for 3D mockups and brand visualizations, Dimension has evolved into a powerful 3D rendering tool that allows you to create rich 3D visuals. What’s more, it’s easy.
Our team at Semplice.com recently released Warped Universe, a collection of abstract illustrations creatives to for their work. This was our first deep dive into Dimension. We began experimenting with Dimension’s rendering tools and Photoshop’s built-in 3D features to see how we could take these illustrations out of the two-dimensional world and into the dimensional space. We were both impressed and excited with the results, and so was our audience. Designers wrote us asking how we turned the flat illustrations into 3D, and we were thrilled to realize we could easily teach them.
In this tutorial, we will show step-by-step how to take your own designs and finally break into the wonderful world of 3D design.
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