During the holiday break I worked on a little project for fun, but it turned into something more. I had an idea to make coffee themed cookie cutters and ultimately I used these to make cookies at a bake sale fund raiser. Also, some of the companies reached out and asked if they could get one of the cookie cutters and even shared the rendered image.
A lot of work goes into photography, social media graphics, and even mockups that get used for campaigns. I love that Dimension has combined some of the best parts of that and allowed designers to quickly make something that companies want to share. Follow along below for some process pictures and some insight the process.
In the end the process of taking 2d designs in Illustrator, taking them in to a 3d software, then rendering them in a scene in Dimension was pretty effortless. A couple things I learned are that people tend to recognize the shape of something so the internal details on the cutters weren't always helpful (and sometimes the dough got stuck in the smaller cavities). All things considered, if you have Adobe CC and access to a 3d printer why not try a project like this!