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Hello I would like to resize a book in 3D without changing the size of the cover. For example, here the coverage is not wide enough for the model. But if I reduce the width of the 3D model, the coverage is reduced as well. Can not find how! You help me? Thank you !!
I have this same question. I do not want to manipulate the graphic placed on the model as this warps the dimensions and typography of the original. Rather, I want the graphic to inherit the perspective of the model and be able to edit the model after a graphic is placed without effecting the graphic's integrity. Is this possible?
Otherwise we just have to guess the length/width of a 3D model to fit every possible graphic dimension.
As far as I've been able to figure out, there's no way to resize a model without also resizing the decal.
For things like books that are more or less rectangular, I will often use the Plane model to match the height & width dimensions and then adjust the book or sign model manually to match as closely as I can. Then after the model is the correct height-width ratio, then I can place the decal.
Unfortunately since decals don't always import at their own exact dimensions, I often wind up doing a lot of manual adjustment on the decal anyway. To my knowledge the only current answer is that we have to eyeball it.
Ok, thank you very much for your answer !
you can edit the decal or colour image in Photoshop | illustrator to get exact results but eyeballing it is the way Dimension was designed to be used yes