Photoshop CC Creating a Product 3D Composite

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Are you a graphic artist who really wants implement 3D into your design skillset but without the massive learning curve of 3D applications? In this course, Photoshop CC Creating a Product 3D Composite, you will learn how to create a 3D mock-up of a commercial product and then composite it with realistic lighting and atmospheric effects - all in Photoshop CC. This is a project-based course so you will have a chance to learn the process from the beginning with a blank canvas, to a full rendered 3D composite. First, you'll learn how to create a 3D can product. Next, you'll explore how to create a background environment. Finally, you'll wrap up by putting the last touches on your final composite. Along the way you'll learn a few really cool Photoshop tricks that will enhance your productivity and your creativity. By the end of the course, you will have a strong understanding of how to create a fully-realized commercial composite using 3D in Photoshop. Software required: Adobe Photoshop CC.
  • Course Overview
    • Course Overview
  • Creating the 3D Can Product
    • Intro
    • A Quick 3D Primer
    • A Quick Word on Workspaces
    • Create Can & Remove Shadow
    • Add Base Color & Texture for Label
    • Set Text for Label Art
    • Adjust Text Orientation & Style Settings
    • Create Halftone Graphic Element
    • Add Water Texture to Surface
    • Adjust Final Lighting
    • Modify Cap Materials
  • Create Background Environment
    • Position Object in Composition & Adjust Lighting
    • Set Background Color Gradient
    • Add Background Mist Image
    • Extract & Place First Splash Element
    • Add Foreground Splash Elements
    • Bokeh Background Elements
    • Ice Cube Brush Elements
    • Create Particle Brush Effect
    • Add Second Light & Adjust Position
    • Blur Can for Added Effect
  • Finishing Effects & Conclusion
    • Some Simple Finishing Effects
    • Editing the 3D Label
    • Final Image & Conclusion
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