End to end 3D design and styling

3D image of shoe with half a white model, and the other a red and black finished design
(Image credit: Adobe)

It’s time to take notice of 3D. Jonathan Krauss, Solutions Consultant at Adobe demonstrates how to create a realistic-looking 3D scene, end to end, using Adobe Substance 3D.

In this recorded demo you’ll learn how to: 

  • Use photogrammetry – take overlapping photographs of an object and convert them into a 2D or 3D model using Substance 3D Sampler
  • Download a model and a ground material from the Substance 3D assets library
  • Mix the downloaded ground material with some water in Sampler, to create virtual soil
  • Bring everything in the scene together using Substance 3D Stager
  • Create a customised tray and pebbles using Substance 3D Modeler

Download now to see more.

Provided by  Adobe


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