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    HI all!
    please name the software that can make the yellow 3d like paint effect as shown in attathment
    i want to paint like this in Photoshop or any software you mat know.

    My View:this is not a single layer over background objects(telephone pens etc) but its somethings else that looks like a real dipped paint effect.

    Thanks in advance
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    • #3
      Its a 3d Drawing program. Not Photoshop.
      All those shapes were made in something like Blender then skinned all the same color.
      I gotta say, they look like the most rudimentary of shapes.

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      • #4
        X-Particles Cinema 4D:

        http://greyscalegorilla.com/tutorial...-in-cinema-4d/

        And then there's the really long way by adding paint drips to all object edges with light/shadow continuity in Photoshop. But it will be less than realistic and more interpreted.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by farhan4 View Post
          the yellow 3d like paint effect...
          i want to paint like this in Photoshop or...
          Not painting; not an effect. This is modeling. Lazy modeling. Everything in the scene is left the default "material," with a single color applied (with the obvious exceptions of the smartphone and paperclips, which strike me as sourced rather than modeled as part of this composition).

          Interesting that if you think it's a 2D image treated in some way, it's a difficult-to-achieve effect, but as a scene modeled in 3D, the work is sub-artistic, chunky, and unfinished.
          I'd rather be killed than come to your party, but if you don't invite me, I'll kill myself.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by HotButton View Post

            Not painting; not an effect. This is modeling. Lazy modeling. Everything in the scene is left the default "material," with a single color applied (with the obvious exceptions of the smartphone and paperclips, which strike me as sourced rather than modeled as part of this composition).

            Interesting that if you think it's a 2D image treated in some way, it's a difficult-to-achieve effect, but as a scene modeled in 3D, the work is sub-artistic, chunky, and unfinished.
            Thanks!
            can you suggest me some software where i can make this kindly tell me some final software to make it cinema 4d or ?

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