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Adobe x Rijksmuseum Unveil Free 3D Resources Inspired By Gallery’s Artworks
By Mikelle Leow, 29 Nov 2018
Photo of The Milkmaid by Johannes Vermeer (left) VS 3D model inspired by the painting with a recreation of the original frame (right). Images courtesy Adobe Stock
Hot on the heels of its 30 free typeface packs that were released about two weeks ago, Adobe has just unveiled a new collaboration with Rijksmuseum to marry the fine arts with the 3D world.
The series, now available on Adobe Stock, is composed of high-quality, photorealistic models of 28 physical objects curated from the Dutch museum’s collection that you can use in your Dimension CC projects.
The company tells DesignTAXI, “By offering these assets for free on Adobe Stock, the partnership allows designers and artists to utilize and seek inspiration from real-world objects that would otherwise be inaccessible. The assets are also useful for artists looking to add classic art inspiration into their modern designs.”
The models capture “all the tiny details” present in the original artworks, such as the “rich blue surface” of a porcelain vase and the intricate detailing of a jeweled card holder.
Preview some goodies below and download all of them here.
Photo of blue porcelain vase (left) VS 3D model inspired by the vase (right). Images courtesy Adobe Stock
Photo of tulip painting by Louis Moritz (left) VS 3D model inspired by the same tulip (right). Images courtesy Adobe Stock
Photo of miniature lighthouse (left) VS 3D model inspired by the same lighthouse (right). Images courtesy Adobe Stock
3D render created on Dimension CC by Davide Pellino. Images courtesy Adobe Stock
3D render of lighthouse created on Dimension CC. Images courtesy Adobe Stock
3D render created on Dimension CC by Anne Natter. Images courtesy Adobe Stock
[Images courtesy Adobe Stock]
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