I'm a fan of PV360. (and all of the work from M.Banta et al) The attached is a shot of why. The attached took several mouse clicks and almost a minute of labor. Do I miss photoworks? not often.
Nice! Are the letters and numbers transparant in the "decal image"? Is the decal .png?
Thomas Idebrant wrote: Nice! Are the letters and numbers transparent in the "decal image"? Is the decal .png?
Thomas Idebrant wrote:
Nice! Are the letters and numbers transparent in the "decal image"? Is the decal .png?
The original image was taken with a camera - it is a shot of the OLED in operation - has high contrast between yellow pixels and unlit black silicon face. FWIW it wasn't a very good photo - way too far away. This works with any format - jpg or png - this example is a jpg
All I did was to position the decal and tell it to use underlying material. I appled a yellow LED appearance to the face upon which the decal resides. No fuss with masking or photoshopping.
I'm thunderstruck by the ease of operation and my customer thinks I'm brill.iant
Good w/cad tricks, not so much with punctuation.
Ok thanks! Nice with people that sharing different techniques.
Hot flash: Used environment as background, flattened floor to image, ticked on shadow and reflection options, got a better photo for the decal and presto I'm in the product photo shot business. PV360 is useful. SW14 is marvy, too!
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