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Create a surreal 3D scene - Adobe Dimension 1.0 Tutorial

Anna Natter, Freelance Graphic Designer

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4 Videos (12m)
    • Intro

    • Creating our 3D image

    • Editing our image in Photoshop

    • Finalizing

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About This Class


Hi everyone!

This class was created some time ago when Adobe Dimension was still 1.0 . Now it's the 2.1 version available and some of these things might be outdated. So please keep it in mind before watching that this is an older tutorial. I don't take it down but I thought it's better to clarify it.

To complete this class project you need Photoshop skills, at least a little bit.

In this tutorial I show you how to create an image about an unexpected object above a lake. It's a simple 3D scene using objects and images in Adobe Dimension CCNo 3D experience? No problem. We will go through the process step by step, and get to know this software a little bit better. 

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.

To complete this tutorial you only need access to Adobe Dimension CC and Photoshop which is available for everyone who has Creative Cloud subscription. This class will help you to create your own renders using objects and photos. 


You can browse other people's work on Behance:

You can read more about the features of Adobe Dimension here:

This is a very useful software and easy to use. I recommend it to those who would like to extend their knowledge and discover the possibilities of 3D design and incorporate it in their everyday work. Create unique digital images to accompany editorial, design a storyboard, or create your own original work of art with photorealistic 3D effects. Dimension opens up the world of 3D design to all kinds of digital artists.


Find out more about me: Behance | Instagram | Facebook





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Anna Natter

Freelance Graphic Designer

Hello, I'm Anna.

I'm working as a freelance graphic designer for 12+ years. My main field is motion graphics but I also work with many different softwares and projects.

About my life in a nutshell:

I started to study animation when I was 14 and spent 4 years learning about cel animation and the oldschool techniques of animation at a Cartoon Animation Studio. After the highschool I continued at a Teachers Training College where I chose Art and Visual Communication. I f...

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