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Converting 3D back to 2D
07-01-2007, 04:20 AM
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Converting 3D back to 2D
Is there anything out there that can help me take a 3D image and revert it back to 2D easily. I have an image of a tire, pictured at an angle, and I need to extrapolate the wheel rim/mag wheel and make it flat.

I have attached the image and could use some help with the idea. I have a lot of these images and I need to figure something out, either in Photoshop or someother software that can help me do it efficiently.

Can someone PLEASE HELP me!?

Nych Hynes
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07-09-2007, 12:00 PM
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RE: Converting 3D back to 2D
Hi Nych Hynes,

Just try with adobe Photoshop.Use filter>filter gallery (Adobe PhotoshopCS2)


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07-09-2007, 09:12 PM
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RE: Converting 3D back to 2D
TonyRyan Wrote:Just try with adobe Photoshop.Use filter>filter gallery (Adobe PhotoshopCS2)

any thing like these...............


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07-12-2007, 10:22 AM
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RE: Converting 3D back to 2D
If u r using 3ds max i think there's an option in materials like "ink and paint" [instead of standard material]...i've never touched max for around 2 yrs ..eek Wink....so u may have to give a try yourself...

another way...export it as .3ds file ..use plasma(if u could get a copy from somewhere..the software is almost dead)..plasma is very good for rendering in cartoon shaders..even u can get a vector output

again..use swift 3d renderer for max...that's so cool...u may get a cracked version if u r lucky Big Grin
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01-18-2011, 08:47 PM
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RE: Converting 3D back to 2D
If you use the traditional method, so no. If you use a custom format and the compression method, click the icon again to extrusion.
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