I'm trying to get this look for a presentation board I'm producing. I'm a long time SketchUp, AutoCAD, Revit and Enscape/Twin Motion user so creating the raw geometry and shadows is no problem, but my experience of PS is limited, but growing. I'm hoping someone could give me an idea of what the workflow sequence would be to get this final look across the board.
What part were you thinking of doing in Photoshop? There is limited 3D in Photoshop, but it can't do anything this complex. If you are creating this from scratch, you want to start with a dedicated 3D application such as Blender, then use Adobe Substance for the material.
Hi Jane, thanks for the info. I was referring to the Bauhaus building at the top and attached as the style I'm trying to duplicate. I can generate the raw building geometry (linework) and shadows separately in SketchUp as shown below. It’s how I take these and then create the style and finish of the Bauhaus building drawing.