Place logos, patterns, decals, or lotties on your 3d models with a simple drag and drop and without unwrapping. Fast, easy, and useful for creating branded product mockups, marketing materials, or even for industrial design.
The process is even easier than in real life as it takes only a second. Simply drag and drop an image onto a 3D object, and it will spread over its surface, repeating its geometry. It is just as easy to detach or move the image - it works like a magnet.
You can import PNG, JPG, SVG, Lottie, and GIF. It is also possible to import a frame directly from Figma.
Importing images into Vectary is very straightforward. You don’t even have to upload an image from your computer. You can simply copy an image from the web to the clipboard and paste it into the scene.
Stickers and decals work really well even with complex geometries or uneven surfaces. The edges of the 2D graphics wrap around quite easily.
Adding details to any labels will improve the quality of the overall design. Using different texture maps in different material settings allows you to achieve interesting effects.
Transparent stickers come in handy, especially when working with glass and plastic materials. Use PNG images with a transparent background as stickers on your mockups. Add all those important details to the package design such as info about weight, product copy, logos, and certifications Here are the 4 quick steps to get the effect.
Stickers can be on a transparent background and layered like in real life. Here is how:
Test your logo or 2D graphic idea on various 3D mockups. You can paste your frame directly from Figma and use the free 3D mockup assets in the Vectary Elements library for a quick overview.
Try it out and see how easy it is to handle. Use it in your next proposal, presentation or mockup session.
This is an excellent opportunity for packaging designers.