Sadly, I lost track of where I downloaded this model. However, it provides a nice showcase of the environment mapping in 3D Box Shot Pro.
Here’s another render of the day. This is the first one for a while, as we’ve spending a lot of time doing stop motion animation in 3D Box Shot Pro to add more video content to our Facebook page over at https://www.facebook.com/pg/JellypieSoftware/videos/
Anyway here’s a little robot:
It’s a Golf Ball. I chose this particular model to showcase a feature of 3D Box Shot Pro that lets you load an image or texture in as the background of a scene:
In this instance the background image is the grass. In the following image I increased the Environment Texture levels to make the golf ball appear to be made out of metal:
You can download the golf ball model from the following location:
Nice 3D Globe Model. This one is more realistic that the monochromatic one published a few day ago:
The download for this model file includes some very detailed textures:
You can download this model from the following location: https://free3d.com/download-page.php?url=planet-earth-99065
I’m trying something a little different for the 20th render of the day. Rather than picking a model from the 3d archive that works well with 3D Box Shot Pro and rendering it, I have created some new content that you can use with the program.
One of the quirks of 3D Box Shot Pro is that you can’t apply a depth texture to a surface of a model unless you have already loaded a texture onto that surface of the model. While you can apply flat colour to individual model surfaces using the controls in the surface tab of the program, these are not textures, so you still can’t apply a depth texture.
To work around this issue I have created a series of 32 1×1 .PNG files that can be loaded as textures onto model surfaces in 3D Box Shot Pro.
The program will automatically scale the 1 x 1 file to fit the assigned texture space on the model’s surface.
Here’s an example of these 1×1 textures in action with depth mapping in 3D Box Shot Pro:
You can download a zip file containing 32 x 1×1 .png images of autumnal colour here:
A monochromatic planet earth. This was made by loading this texture
Onto a 3d model of a ball:
You can download the model ball from the following location:
It’s a Starbuck’s Coffee Cup. This provides a good example of how easy it can be to modify model textures.
In this example I add the text “you’re beautiful” to the texture in Photoshop and reloaded it onto the model:
You can download the model from the following location: https://archive3d.net/?a=download&id=5f3657f6
Mason & Co Chocolate Bars. This provides a nice example of the copy and paste functions in 3D Box Shot Pro.
Once the lighting and shadows were set up correctly for one of the bars, this was simply copy and pasted to create the rest of them. They just needed to be repositioned and textured appropriately.
You can download the model from the following location: