8 Replies Latest reply on Mar 18, 2017 7:09 AM by Mohammad Modassir

    How to recreate this heart in 3d shape?

    Mohammad Modassir Level 1

      Hi,

      How can I make the red pearls large, and the green pearls also large, while the white pearls and the black pearl keep a medium size?

      Assume this heart-necklas as rotate 90 degree clockwise:

      3d tasbeeh part 2.JPG

       

       

      Now, how do I give make this heart-pearls the same form as this 3D below?

       

       

      3d tasbee.png

       

      Would be very grateful of any help.

       

      Kind, Modassir

        • 1. Re: How to recreate this heart in 3d shape?
          davescm Adobe Community Professional

          If you really want to do this in 3D:

          Create a pearl shape in 3D (use Mesh from Preset - 3d Sphere) and paint on the model (3D Paint on target texture) to give it its texture. Use the diffuse and shine

          Duplicate the 3D layer and alter the texture as required.

          Repeat

          Merge the 3D layers and move each of the pearls in the 3D space

          Render 3D layer

           

          I hope that helps you

           

          Dave

          • 2. Re: How to recreate this heart in 3d shape?
            postrophe Level 4

            Hi

             

            You may find some tutorial searching Google for : Photoshop, how to create a pearl necklace in 3D

             

            Pierre

            • 3. Re: How to recreate this heart in 3d shape?
              Mohammad Modassir Level 1

              Can’t I just use som sphere from google with color red, blu and white, and change the size from large to medium and from medium to small, so I don't need to use 3D at all?

               

               

               

              Relatert bilde

               

              Bilderesultat for green sphereBilderesultat for white sphere

               

              ...if so, then any idéas on how the form of the chain which connects them, should look like?

               

              Would appreciate your reply...

               

              Kind, Modassir

              • 4. Re: How to recreate this heart in 3d shape?
                davescm Adobe Community Professional

                 

                 

                Can’t I just use som sphere from google with color red, blu and white, and change the size from large to medium and from medium to small, so I don't need to use 3D at all?

                 

                 

                 

                 

                Yes, of course you can. I answered the question from your title which referred to 3D.

                ...if so, then any idéas on how the form of the chain which connects them, should look like?

                 

                 

                As for the string/chain - just take a close look at some real pictures of necklaces and draw it in. Use shading on the various elements to make them look convincing (that's what a 3D model would have done for you).

                Dave

                • 5. Re: How to recreate this heart in 3d shape?
                  Mohammad Modassir Level 1

                  How exactly do I give them shading to make them look convincing?

                   

                  Would appreciate your reply.

                   

                  Kind, Modassir

                  • 6. Re: How to recreate this heart in 3d shape?
                    davescm Adobe Community Professional

                    You can use layer styles to cast a drop shadow from your object.

                    On the object itself decide where the light is coming from and paint the shading with a soft brush set to luminosity (you can do this on a separate layer clipped to your object).

                     

                    Dave

                    • 7. Re: How to recreate this heart in 3d shape?
                      davescm Adobe Community Professional

                      Hi

                      I had a few minutes this morning so a short “tutorial” might help you and give you an idea how to use the 3D tools in Photoshop to do this.

                       

                      1. Open a document and use 3D – New Mesh from layer – Mesh Preset - Sphere

                      2. In properties click on the Diffuse Material and Edit Textureto give it a very slight colour (just paint on the texture with a brush)

                      3. Increase the shine and reflection values 

                      4. Scale the sphere down then move it down to the “ground"

                       

                      5. Right click right on the object in the 3D panel and choose “Duplicate object”. I moved the
                      duplicate then added another …and another – .....

                       

                      Keep repeating :

                       

                      6. On a new layer use the shape tool to create a path as below :

                       

                      7. In the 3D panel, make an extrusion from the workpath and then in properties reduce the extrusion depth and increase the bevel

                      8. Select all the materials for the object (front, extrusion back etc) in the 3D panel and set the material to gold

                      9. Duplicate the object then move and rotate it so that it links with the first

                      10. In the layers panel select the layer with the “pearls” and the layer with the link

                      Go to menu 3D and select Merge 3D layers

                       

                      11. Now scale and move the links and position instead of the first pearl (just turn off visibility of the first pearl by clicking the eye symbol
                      in the 3D panel)

                      12. Add a color Fill layer in the layers panel

                      13. In the 3D panel make a 3D postcard from that color fill layer. Rotate and move it so it
                      is on the ground.

                      Use 3D Merge 3D layers to merge that with the main 3D layer.

                       

                      13.Finally – position your camera view,  and lights (I used two infinite lights on as a main light and the second as a fill) to cast some shadows and reflections then use 3D-Render 3D layer to render it

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                      I hope that starts you off with some ideas

                       

                      Dave

                       

                       

                       

                       

                      • 8. Re: How to recreate this heart in 3d shape?
                        Mohammad Modassir Level 1

                        WOW, thank you very very very much for making such a huge effort to giving me a step by step idéa!

                         

                        You are great!

                         

                        Stay blessed!

                         

                        Kind, Modassir