The most problematic issues in creating 3D designs are the steep learning curve and managing 3D assets. Adobe aims to tackle these difficulties by making the 3D design process much easier with its new software, Dimension CC.
As stated on the product’s website: “Adobe Dimension CC (formerly Project Felix) makes it easy for graphic designers to create high-quality, photorealistic 3D images. Composite 2D and 3D assets to build product shots, scene visualizations, and abstract art.”
Adobe Dimension CC comes with free 3D assets to get projects going faster, and features a highly intuitive GUI (Graphical User Interface) compared to other 3D modelling and rendering software out there.
Check the video below which demonstrates the simplicity of creating 3D in Dimension CC.
Adobe Dimension CC has many essential 3D features like camera positioning, dollying tools, implementing textures, lighting options and more, all within a surprisingly easy-to-use platform. In addition, designers have the privilege to search from hundreds of free, quality 3D assets to boost their work in terms of delivery and simplicity.
It seems that Dimension CC significantly simplifies 3D design, yet is powerful enough for professional use in creating photorealistic imagery, without the need and qualifications of being a 3D artist.
Although designers are the main market for Dimension CC, it seems that filmmakers can benefit from the accessibility of creating 3D imagery as well, as the software works in synergy with other Adobe apps as part of the Creative Cloud.
You can get Dimension as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud for US$19. 99/mo.
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