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iClone & Photoshop Pipeline Tutorials

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Photographers and Graphic Design artists have always been searching for ways to develop realistic-looking objects with dazzling 3D effects. Some have even gone as far as creating complicated ways to producing 3D Stereo printouts. But what if we told you that you now have an easy and affordable way to doing all of this? Here we introduce a unique 3D tool known as iClone which provides seamless integration with any Photoshop project. With its native real-time 3D engine, iClone provides absolute control to creating, editing and rendering any artwork in real 3D space. Start your journey to making fast, high-quality art productions in a matter of minutes with unbelievable 3D control. Read the benefits and follow the tutorials below to learn how.


Tutorial 1 - Create Advertisements with 3D Poseable Figurines
http://www.reallusion.com/event/2010/photoshop/tutorial/mrpose_1.html


Tutorial 2 - Turn Your Photoshop Projects into 3D Stereo Printouts
http://www.reallusion.com/event/2010/photoshop/tutorial/3dstereo.html 


Tutorial 3 - 3 Steps to Export Your Photoshop Design in 3D Stereo




Tutorial 4 - Export OBJ Models to Photoshop for 3D Editing



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Excellent tutorial, especially for an iClone newbie like me. Would you suggest I select Photo Shop as my Texture Editor in my iClone preference window. I've never used Photo Shop but I have it on my desktop. I am more familiar with Macromedia Fireworks.Wink
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lesfarrx (2/16/2014)
Excellent tutorial, especially for an iClone newbie like me. Would you suggest I select Photo Shop as my Texture Editor in my iClone preference window. I've never used Photo Shop but I have it on my desktop. I am more familiar with Macromedia Fireworks.Wink

Photoshop will be the better choice as your texture editor. Smile

                                                                

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