When importing 3d models such as bottles, it would be nice if Adobe Dimension could add a liquid fill feature so that the bottle can represent a real beverage or condiment product.
Hello everyone! The Dimension team is very interested in the topic of creation/modeling/editing as a whole. We haven’t added any creation so far, but are actively researching this area. We have a new survey on modeling and editing and would love your thoughts on the topic!
Got it! Thank you for the details. This isn't possible yet, but something we can consider for the future.
Yes I want to show liquid inside a clear or translucent bottle like shampoo or
Emma Watsun commented
Yes., this feature is very useful in Adobe. If you have issue on Adobe's product then you must contact to Adobe Support for the solution or you can visit the website for more details.
Is there a away to make a"fill" color inside containers? I'm doing hair products with varying product fill colors that I'd like to show in a clear container.
Yes, I saw that theres some bottles in Adobe stock, with liquid inside, but it could be nice if the users of the pack Adobe, could create objects from Illustrator and Photoshop with th posobility of fill it with liquid... Now all the shapes that you create with illustrator or photoshop, are filled, and it could be nice to modify it, to could prepare the shape inside the object, and after fill it with the Dimensions.
Zuleyra Perez commented
Need this water content feature!! Will be very usefull for me and other graphic designers as well!
I'm a newbie to Dimension (1 project) but it seems as though you could create the bottom of your bottle as solid and add the top as clear glass.
(Maybe create it in Illustrator as a two part rotated image and open them separately in DIm.)
Haven't tried it but seems plausible!
@ehong We usually only do tutorials for our software, and since Dimension (or other Adobe software) doesn't currently have liquid creation, we won't be creating any tutorials.
At the moment you'd need to use a more complete 3D suite tool such as 3ds Max, Maya, Blender, Cinema 4D, etc, and look for a tutorial for the program of your choice.
We're interested in this topic but it's not on the immediate roadmap.
Yes, Please I really need this for a client.
Any updates one this? If not, some better tutorials on this topic would help for now.
Yes this woud be most usefull.