Hello Dimension community,
I am having a problem placing a graphic on a cylinder jar powder.
The front image looks great. The sides look corrupt at the end of the label. (see attached)
If you have a solution, it would help me tremendously.
Thank you in advance!
@Ares Hovhannesyan This was very helpful. Do you have tips on exporting a UV on a transparent object. I've been trying to place artwork that has a white background and the white background of the artwork becomes transparent.
CAn you show screenshot to understand. Did you mean that you want to place transparent decal on the object and after render it become white? Thx
@Ares Hovhannesyan What I meant is I'm trying to apply a white background label onto a transparent jar. The image on the left is the label added a decal. The one on the right is the label added as an image following your instructions. The artwork is the same but on the right the label becomes transparent instead of white.
PS. The jar has a yellow substance inside.
Thank you so much
Hi Ares, again thank you so much for your answer.
I have an other question. Since I export UV (for my object) I opened the psd file and place the best I could my vector pdf label. So far so good. Then I applied the psd file on Graphic above the material and set the graphic to "Fill". That worked. However now my label look like lower resolution, see the images below.
Could you let me know what I missed or if there is a solution?
Also I am french and a big fan of Aznavour as well as Bogossian (won the world cup 98 for France) 😉
Nice to hear that you know Armenian people.
The image rosoulution is one of the big problem that user have with Dn and not depend on user.
Anyway 4000 px is a limit for decals. Try that. May be that can help.
Ok i'll try the 4000px instead of the 2024px resolution. You said Deal but when I bring the psd UV file to my graphic I place it as Fill not Decal, is that wrong.
Anyhow, Thank you so much Ares!
No any difference between modes: fill or decal. IMHO it must be same as it render from original size. Usually I render as PSD, make correction in photoshop and then export final image. You can try to make it a little bit sharper in Ps
It worked Ares, thx a million.
I am subscribing to your youtube channel too.
I don't understand how there aren't more channels like your aboout adobe Dimensions.
You rock boss!!!
Great to hear that it works for you also:)