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Using Adobe Dimensions for Perfect Packaging Showcase

Design Exercise no 13 — Using Adobe Dimensions for Perfect Packaging Showcase

TutorialType : Dimensions Tutorial

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BRIEF ———
Create a realistic 3D mockup with a scene/background using Adobe Dimension.

BEGINNER —————–
Use one of the scene backgrounds in Dimension, add one pack and add a label/decal to the pack. Make sure the lighting and shadows match elements in the background image. Preview and render your scene.

INTERMEDIATE ————————-
Use one of the scene backgrounds in Dimension, or a solid colour background, add multiple packs and add a label/decal to the packs, showing colour and/or material variants. Make sure the lighting and shadows match elements in the background image. Preview and render your scene.

ADVANCED ——————-
Use a solid colour background, photographic background or a pattern background, add multiple packs and add a label/decal to the packs, showing colour and/or material variants. Play with packs at contrasting angles and heights. Make sure the lighting and shadows match elements in the background image, if relevant. Preview and render your scene.

DESIGN CONSTRAINTS ————————————–
Use Adobe Dimension to create your 3D photorealistic mockup.

DESIGN GOALS ————————-
Create a Photorealistic mockup showcasing a label or decal on an object within a scene or coloured background in Adobe Dimension.

TOOLS & TECHNIQUES ————————————-
Adobe Dimension

TOTAL TIME ALLOWED ————————————- – 30 Minutes for Beginner: add a scene, object and label to your object/pack, make sure lighting is realistic. Preview and render your scene*. – 60 Minutes for intermediate: add a scene, multiple objects and label to your objects/packs, make sure lighting is realistic. Preview and render your scene*. – 60-90 Minutes for advanced: use a solid colour background or pattern background, add multiple packs and add a label/decal to the packs, showing colour and material variants. Make sure lighting is realistic. Preview and render your scene*. *The preview and rendering stage does not need to fit into the allocated time allowed – a higher resolution image will take longer to preview and render

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