Julian Livin' in China

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comment How can I easily apply an embossed texture to a surface in a 3D model?
Ok then, thank you very much for your advice and for your help! :)
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comment How can I easily apply an embossed texture to a surface in a 3D model?
Very clear and detailed answer! Thank you very much, I now understand better my problematic. However, how about a 100% poly technique: What if I create a vector pattern in AI of this sole dots and import it in Max? I could make a compound object of my sole with the pattern. What do you think about it?
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comment What program can I use to convert a 2D industrial design plan to 3D model?
Hi Billy thanks for your answer, yes i'm interested, you'll find my email by clicking on my username.
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comment What program can I use to convert a 2D industrial design plan to 3D model?
Thanks ckpepper02, i tried your suggested search but i didn't get satisfying results. What i'm really looking for is a software with which i create my plan with the different views, cut views as well, and it turns it into 3D without me goofing around trying to get some approximate 3D result. So in few words, how to automatically convert a flat industrial design with all its view into a final 3D model? That would be my question. I don't know if it's possible but it would save a lot amount of time for those who need a 3D model out of industrial drawings.
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comment What program can I use to convert a 2D industrial design plan to 3D model?
@leugim: Yes that's right! Sorry for my english, it's a bit technical and my level in this field is quite poor but I did meant dimensions as in industrial drawing plan
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comment What program can I use to convert a 2D industrial design plan to 3D model?
Thanks Yisela. You don't mention the possibility of transforming a flat 2D plan of a piece into a 3D model. In fact I'm looking for a software with which I draw an industrial plan with quotes and everything according to standards in the field, and when I'm done it's analysing the flat plan to create the piece in 3D. Does this exist?
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comment What program can I use to convert a 2D industrial design plan to 3D model?
yes you're right, they're quite expensive. Since I already have 3ds max, I was wondering if I could get a flat rendering with all dimensions and quotes like an industrial drawing. I would feel more comfortable using a software I know instead of having to learn it all again. Do you happen to know if it's possible? I tried to check online but I don't know how to say it in english, I'm french. I want to check if I can do it with 3ds max but how do you call these industrial drawing plans with quotes, I got draughtsmanship with google. I need to get accurate results on google. Thanks for your help
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comment What program can I use to convert a 2D industrial design plan to 3D model?
After surfing the net, my choice will go to solidworks then. Thank you for your help.
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comment What program can I use to convert a 2D industrial design plan to 3D model?
Thanks KMSTR for your answer. I think I missled you by saying 2D, I rather meant a flat plan, industrial drawing. I would like to find a software easy to use so that within it I can reproduce the plan and easily turns it into a 3D piece
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accepted Photoshop - Make the fx appear on a clipping mask
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comment Photoshop - Make the fx appear on a clipping mask
Thanks Scott for this answer nicely illustrated. After few trials I finally figure it out. What I need to mention for those with the same issue is that the base layer must already has its own color while its layer effect should be a solid white color overlay or a black to white gradient overlay set on multiply mode if the white pixels has the ones to be shown. If you want the black pixels of the noise to show up and not the white, then it should be a solid black color overlay set on multiply mode as well. Thanks Scott for your great answer that helped me to figure it out! :)
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