Designing Hoka Shoes with Adobe Dimension | Adobe Creative Cloud

Designing Hoka Shoes with Adobe Dimension | Adobe Creative Cloud

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Working in 3D with Adobe Dimension helps the Hoka team visualize and iterate their designs quickly to get incredible new shoes out the door quicker

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Working in 3D with Adobe Dimension helps the Hoka team visualize and iterate their designs quickly to get incredible new shoes out the door quicker than ever before! They can start their design work in Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop and bring it to life with Adobe Dimension, Substance 3D and Project Aero.

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    I figure this article would help.
    https://magazine.substance3d.com/hoka-shoe-deckers-3d-design-workflows-footwear-industry/

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    I think they use Modo 3D to model the shoe and extract the UV maps for adobe illustrator to use then import the file into adobe dimensions to adjust the color and lighting and texture (using other programs like substance) with the model created from Modo 3D and the UV Maps work one illustrator as a vector that is export as a PNG for dimension to use.
    and if they need to update the graphic from illustrator they just have to go back to the original vector then save it as a png to dimension and relink the updated UV Maps shape (PNG). that's what I'm thinking the work flow is.

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    Just use 3ds max…..it's 100 million times more powerful than this.

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    Great new app. Look forward to getting used to it. Am still looking around on how to create models from scratch. Have seen the pipeline of Illustrator and Photoshop for simpler shapes but for more complex ones like the shoe any software that can save as an … Ok I did the search. Posting this here as others may ask. Supported File Types for Dimension : https://helpx.adobe.com/dimension/using/supported-file-types.html

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    Wouldn't you still need an additional program to model the shoe? Or am I missing something? This video made it look like Dimension works in a similar way to Marvelous Designer.

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