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This Adobe Dimension tutorial will cover the essential steps to quickly create 3D product mockups, and demonstrate some of the tools and techniques involved in the process.

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29 Replies to “Adobe Dimension CC Tutorial | 3D Product Mockups for Beginners”

  1. Learn 3dsmax or Maya or heck Keyshot and Blender….its free and has interactive viewport and features that will blow you away. This is a tool for the consumers and not 3d artists. It`s something quick and easy. For product visualization I`d go for Keyshot. Blender is great all around but has a learning curve. I have 25 years of CG experience and I`ve tried and used all of em.

  2. Nice video, loved the tutorial. I see, when you're working on shadows, (somewhere around 10:11) the top part of the shadow is crossing the ground boundary. How do you fix this issue? Do you do that in Photoshop, or there's any tool here to fix this?

  3. Bruh who uses this garbage? You got Maya, Houdini, 3ds Max, C4D for modeling, Arnold, cycles, redshift, octane, Vray for rendering, Zbrush and mudbox for sculpting, and subtance painter for texturing and all of that stuff is better software and people still use this?

  4. how can we do this if we have our own packaging (different bottle shape)? can we take an image of that bottle, upload it and create a product mockup?

  5. Wondering the difference between this and photoshop? Essential you could create the same thing in photoshop by using photoshop's 3D tools or by downloading a 3D model from the web and applying an image to it. Is this just streamlining the process? Also can you export files as .obj or are you solely limited to rendering as a PSD or PNG?

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  7. I needed this so much, it is hard to find places to do mockups right and they want an arm and a leg for 5 mockups of a t-shirt smh

  8. wow man i learn a lot from you what do you think i should learn after xd should i learn now Illustrator and Photoshop or what do you recommend

  9. can i make a 3d model, ex a red bull bottle, and import it to after effects as a 3d object in order to animate it?

  10. Hello! Please tell me how to make the object in Your way, that would be superimposed image (tif) is not displayed on the reverse side of the object? I have it duplicated! Front and back!!!

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