Create a 3D Product Composite from Adobe Stock
just going to show you where you can find these things. So when you go to the home page, you're going to scroll down a little bit. You'll see these categories here and right over here at the very last one, we have three D. There's three different categories of three D assets available to get three D models, lights and materials. Now what I'm going to go into is here to the three D models, and they've got a massive library and it continues to grow. There's about about 10 pages of ah, various three D models, and they range in price. They go anywhere from free all the way up to around $40 isn't like, but there's a lot of free ones you could go in here to experiment with just to get used to how things work. So I'm actually to go in and filter this down. We do the single dollar sign. It usually shows you the cheapest and free ones. But I want to go to the very last page because this is where you're gonna find things like blank generic packaging for various types of products, and the one we'...
re gonna look at of course, is this food bag right here. But you can certainly go in here and try a lot of these air free. See other labeled free so you can go in here and get these four free download. I'm right to your system and use them in photo shop. Now, when you want to use it in photo shop, I'm gonna go in here and just click on this. It's a selected You're gonna see this license and save to normally when you license a image, it will save it to your credit card library. In this case, if you're gonna isn't Photoshopped gonna need to save it to your desktop so you just go to license and save to here Anyway, it gives you the option of downloading it versus putting it into your creative clowns you want hit the download. But in delegate to your desktop. And when you do, you're gonna get a ZIP file, and once you unzip it, you're gonna see here is the variety of files available. So what we want to do is open up this O B J file inside a photo shop