With Photoshop it’s possible to create a wide range of models and also import models in a range of popular 3D formats. And with the release of Adobe Photoshop CC, all the 3D features are available now to anyone who uses Photoshop, including the ability to print 3D objects directly out of the program. Using a project-based approach similar in style to his popular book on this topic, author Steve Caplin will show users how to build 3D objects and manipulate them in 3D space right away. Rather than pontificate on a minefield of unfamiliar terms, he gives viewers practical, hands-on demonstrations with downloadable lesson files so users unfamiliar with 3D concepts can follow along and understand the theory of 3D by seeing it in practice. Topics include shaping, editing, inflating, and revolving objects; rendering, lighting, and placing materials; creating refraction, reflection, and transparency; combining models with photos; using multiple objects in a scene, and many, many more. This video will go beyond modeling in Photoshop and will also demonstrate how to refine, preview, and output 3D creations using 3D printers.
The video is wrapped in a unique interface that allows you to jump to any topic and also bookmark individual sections for later review. The unique “Watch and Work” mode shrinks the video into a small window to allow you to work alongside in the software. Project files used in the lessons are included on the disc so you can practice what you’ve learned, and interactive review questions help reinforce freshly gained knowledge.
Duration: 3 HR (User Level: Beginning/Intermediate)
Closed-Captioning in English
Mac OS X 10.6, Microsoft Windows XP, or higher
1 GHz processor or higher
2 GB RAM or higher
1 GB Free HD Space (does not include lesson files)
Hardware: DVD-ROM drive
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