New 3d model master library files and interactive 3d.
I am proud to finally to find time to update my master library 3d files which I have been postponing this for sometime. A lot has changed since I uploaded some of the original files over 10 years ago so I have upgraded and redone the master 3d files for presentation.
This long detailed process was well worth the effort and I am very happy with a final result. New 3d models have improved in drastically over the last decade. All of the models are SDS models (subdivision surface models so are very small but detailed and accurate at the same time. All of my models are between 50 – 100 kb which is impressive given the amount of detail which ultimately it translates into very fast rendering times.
Each model includes bump and displacement maps for added details and photo realism. HDR lighting is used to light up the scene and add highlights and shadows. UV projection is used to fit textures perfectly on the model every time.
Another prominent improvement to note is the fact that a final 3d model can be saved as a 3d model (not as an image) and the sent to the client. The client can manipulate 3d models (zoom in, out, rotate 3d model) and no special software is needed – simply a web browser. 3d models can easily be edited, emailed and posted on a web site. For example, if client wanted to review the image of a back panel ingredient list – they have the ability to move, rotate the 3d model, zoom in and capture an image of a desired angle and perspective. It doesn’t get any easier! Take a look at examples.
I really like my new master 3d library, and clients are impressed with its offerings as well. They are noticing differences in quality and speed and most of they love the ability to move, rotate and play interactively with 3d models with comfort and without any trepidations about ‘playing around’ with the images.