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How To Apply Background To A 3D Model In Photoshop

September 4, 2019


Welcome to techyv channel, your solution provider. My name is Sophia and today I am going to teach you how to put background in your model using photoshop. So the 3D model I am referring to is usually rendered easily and received as a PNG file. Take note that it is very important that
you save your 3D model to PNG file, so that we can easily drag it on the
background. So the first thing that we have to do is
to choose a perfect background for our 3D model. So I have here a wonderful landscape and
what makes background perfect, is it’s clouds. Then I am going to view my model. My 3D model by clicking open, then clicking on the pictures that I wanted as a model. let’s say this PNG4,then press ok. Now we are going to use the move tool. But before that, I am going to drag first this
model creating to windows. So here is it. Then click on the move tool icon. This one is the key pad that is on your left portion of your screen. An arrow and cross symbol. Then position your cursor, your arrow to your model then simply drag it to the background. Ok. so closed the window here, and position your model to our
background. You can scale your model by going to edit and then transformed and then scale. Just drag this box here until you achieve the desired size of the model. So I’m going to drag it up to make the model appear bigger. I am going to position it and so that
It could be beautifully relocated. I have to wait until I achieve perfect scale a the perfect position of the model and then to press enter. okay this is it,the easiest way to apply background and their model in
photoshop. For more tips and tutorials.please visit www. techyv.com. Bye.

6 Comments

  • Reply Aditya Derick June 21, 2013 at 8:38 am

    Awesome!!!! Interesting video, too. While watching your video, I became amazed by your simple explanation of how I could run this Photoshop with my OS and by your step-by-step images that have helped me understand how I will configure it.
    Sofia, now I have 2 questions:
    1. What is the best software to edit images?
    2. Could you please explain what the new features in Photoshop CS3 are?

  • Reply kelly abrahamson February 5, 2014 at 10:43 am

    As we are presently living in the golden age of 3D technology, we can see art pieces, architectural simulations, biological models, fantasy creatures, advanced machines & almost realistic objects everywhere. Most of those graphics are created through Photoshop. I have a little bit of knowledge of 3D model in Photoshop, but now your easy-to-use video description is abetting me comprehend more about how I will apply backgrounds to a 3D model in Photoshop. This video shows me exciting ways to add another dimension to my work. This is also a very basic guide, but some rudimentary knowledge of 3D geometry is needed. Thanks techyv for filling with so much information about Applying Background To A 3D Model In Photoshop.

  • Reply KFont Cappy May 21, 2014 at 4:59 pm

    hi! i'm using sketchup for all my 3d models but haven't used vray, vismat and the likes for rendering. basically, your method is very good for beginners like me. but i'd like to know how i could import my 3d models to photoshop since sketchup is not giving me an option to save the file in png format. hoping for your immediate response. thanks!

  • Reply Mark M November 7, 2014 at 6:10 pm

    This is a 2D image onto a photo. It is not a 3D model.

  • Reply MBG-TECH September 26, 2015 at 10:10 am

    THIS IS 2D !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Reply Anwar Liensky August 25, 2016 at 1:16 pm

    thankyou 🙂

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