More book/magazine models, more paper materials
As a graphic designer and illustrator wanting to create mostly mockups of books, picture books and magazines it would be extremely helpful to have more models (all of them have to many pages for picture books) and more paper-like materials to choose from. I haven't found a slightly rough paper structure (cardboard paper is too rough, glossy paper is too glossy) yet, yet this is a material that I'd probably use all the time.
Christian Cummins commented
Totally agree. There needs to be paper and cardboard materials. Really surprised it's not included.
Inessa Kamardina commented
same here - i create packaging mockups and would like to have more paper materials
Darren Forde commented
John Morelli commented
Absolutely agree. I'm surprised this isn't already included. At least some simple books and magazines, open & closed. Realistic gloss and matte paper textures would be so valuable.
And it would be amazing if it had more robust robust features like adjustable thickness/page number, dynamically adjustable page dimensions, front-back states, front page half open, maybe even adjustable curve to the pages or angle to a page-turn. Variations for hardcover/softcover, different binding methods and adjustable pagecount for everything would be sooo good.
Hunting down good magazine mockups is a chore I'd really rather not have to do.
Mark Kee commented
Can you please add some book and magazine models as part of the base program? This seems so obvious, and can believe it is not already included.
Dmitri Sobol commented
It would be useful to add books, magazines, and brochures to the list of the starter models.
Jeff Sigmon commented
It would be great to include stationary in the assests. Business cards, folders, letterheads, envalopes, ect.
David Holdsworth commented
As I work for a publishing company, it would be good to have a set of books, of varying thickness and dimensions to quickly mock-up covers & marketing shots.