Introduction to 3D Design with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator: Creating 3D Effects for Print and Web Design Projects

Introduction to 3D Design with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator: Creating 3D Effects for Print and Web Design Projects
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280×720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 2 Hours 40M | 814 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

In this comprehensive video, you will learn how to create, design, and edit 3D shapes with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Even with extensive beginner Photoshop information, the topic of 3D is often overlooked.

With the growing trend of needing 3D designs, this bit of knowledge can help you start using basic 3D features in your artwork, and digital or print portfolios.
This video begins by focusing on the basics of working with 3D layers and shapes in Photoshop including how to set up your workspace and how to create a basic 3D shape or mesh. Then you’ll dive into working with faux 3D filters in Photoshop before concluding with how to create basic 3D shapes in Illustrator and importing them back into Photoshop as a smart object. Finally, this video will also cover where to go from here in your learning such as 3D printing, video, or creating more advanced 3D scenes using a product such as Adobe Dimension or Adobe Fuse for Characters. Through this video, you’ll be able to enhance your artwork or print designs to include 3D features.
What You Will Learn
Use the various Photoshop panels to create basic 3D shapes such as the sphere, cone, pyramid, or cube
Add materials and textures to a primitive shape and decide whether to make it a smart object, and render or rasterize the shape when you add it to the main PSD document
Make minor edits to shading and lighting and rotate the object on the layer to a better position in 3D mode
Add some 3D extrusion text with layer effects
Create complex shapes and apply filters to enhance the graphic
Draw basic 3D shapes in Illustrator and import them into Photoshop as a smart object

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