Or maybe you’d like to see this design on apparel collections such as shirts, dresses, and shoes. Fill the dressing room and surround your creation with all kinds of clothes and hangers.
Jun. 23, 2021, by the Substance 3D content team
We’ve added 2,000+ 3D Models on Substance 3D Assets!
These ready-to-texture models are designed for staging and kitbashing.
Where you can use these new 3D models
The main use case of this library is what we call virtual photography. Or, in other words, 3D photography! This term covers all creative practices whose purpose is to generate visual content for presentation.
This includes images for illustration, communication, marketing, and design, as well as any creative visualization.
For example, this might involve a 3D pre-concept visualization for a product designer. Or it could be 2D, 3D, and traditional photography integration in marketing content composition. Or maybe asset look dev for entertainment, as well as all the in-betweens imaginable in each creative discipline. And the models are fairly light, so you could easily use them to populate a real-time environment!
In short, it’s assembling (or kitbashing) objects and putting them together in a 3D scene to tell a visual story. Traditionally, the realization of this kind of visual requires the production of a prototype, the organization of a photo shoot, and the acquisition of accessories to furnish the scene.
Well, it works virtually the same in 3D. However, modeling all the secondary objects for a scene requires time. Time that is better allocated to the main elements of the scene, whether it is a product, a character, or a building.
Artists should be able to concentrate as much as possible on their own creation! For the rest there are the Substance 3D assets.
Artwork by the Substance 3D content team
Other vitally important criteria for these 3D models are modularity and complementarity! Modularity, because we have designed this library as a kitbash of generic ingredients that allow you to build different types of scenes in a multitude of different universes.
Some items are actually kits of several separate segments that can be assembled to form complex structures.