- @Jakub Oleskevic yeah, blender is awesome! :)
- Ok, so - Blender or Adobe Dimension for 3D mockups (for a new 3D experimenter)
- @Jakub Oleskevic Thanks for this, it looks amazing, how does it compare to Adobe Dimension for box set mockups do you reckon? I looked at that the other day and got excited by the possibilities, now I've got another contender!
- Get into 3D! Download Blender, it's free and atfer a tutorial or two you'll be pumping those box mock ups like there's no tomorrow :)
- @Mubashir Akhtar Thanks for these recommendations, I will check them out
- @Ken Kelleher No I haven't heard of Dimension - will check it out thanks
- Have you tried Adobe Dimension? It's super easy to use for 3d mocks. And in Adobe Stock they have models you can use and drop in
- The easiest option will be using a CAD software and a rendering software afterwards to make it photorealistic. I personally use Solidworks and Keyshot respectively but there are a lot of software out there, depending on your requirements and budget. There's also a forum called Grabcad where you can download 3D objects made by other designers. I hope this helps.
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