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3D model assemblies on photographic or AI environment

Let’s embark on a fascinating technological adventure! I’m going to tell you how we transform an object into an impressive 3D image, ready to be admired. It’s like a digital craftsmanship workshop, where each step of the process is like an incredible trick. Let’s get started!

Step 1: 3D Scanning of the Object
First, we need to capture every detail of the object that the client brings us. For this, we use high-resolution scanners. These devices are like magic cameras that can see every little nook and cranny of the object, creating a digital 3D replica. It’s like we’re cloning the object, but in the digital world.

Step 2: Adding Textures and Details
Now that we have our 3D model, we need to bring it to life. We use special software to add textures of color, shine, transparency, and relief. We’re painting and decorating our digital replica to make it look exactly like the real object, or even better if necessary. It’s like we’re painting a picture, but in the digital world. Every detail counts to make the model a work of art!

Step 3: Choosing the Perfect Photograph
The next step is to decide where we want to place our 3D model. We meet with the client and choose a photograph in which we want to add the model. If the client has a specific vision in mind, we can also use an image created by artificial intelligence, following their instructions. It’s like choosing the perfect stage for our object.

Step 4: Camera and Lighting Setup
Here is where the real magic begins. We need our 3D model to look natural in the chosen photograph. To achieve this, we identify the camera settings and lighting used in the original photo, or the image generated by AI. Then, with a rendering program, we place the 3D model in the photo, emulating the same type of camera and virtual light. It’s like we’re using a spell to merge the digital world with the real world.

Step 5: Image Editing
Once we’ve placed the 3D model in the photograph, it’s time to make the final touches. We use an image editing program, like Adobe Photoshop or GIMP, to adjust the layers and ensure everything looks perfect. This is the step where we refine the details, making the 3D model integrate perfectly with the background image. We give the final touches to a masterful painting.

Step 6: Final Delivery
Finally, we deliver the complete 3D model to the client with all its texture maps in PBR format, which are files that contain all the texture information needed to make the model look realistic in any digital environment. Additionally, we provide a 2D image in PSD format, which is an editable file with all the layers of the photomontage. Ready to be showcased.

And there you have it! From the initial scan to the final delivery, each step is an essential part of our digital craftsmanship.

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