2D designers can finally create professional 3D images without the need to learn complicated 3D software.
Article Update October 19, 2021: Vectary Photon photorealistic rendering can be still found in the Menu in Vectary Studio, the primarily built-in, real-time rendering was updated to achieve comparable quality in seconds instead of minutes.
More and more 2D designers need to produce high-quality 3D visuals, not only because their clients demand it, but also because 3D is the obvious next step in enriching their skillset. And whether it's a website header, package design, or customized mockup for a client's presentation, they need to be created fast.
Vectary Photon is a new renderer that will help you achieve amazing photorealistic images. All the rendering features, we were missing in Vectary are now available in the 3D editor - the perfect glow, reflections, transparency. Everything looks just more real - from rough wooden materials to shiny glass and metal. It's like photography but with complete control - from the view, lights, shadows, objects, and materials. All of this without the need to waste time on complicated settings.
Vectary Photon is powered by Luxcore API - a powerful professional renderer, customized for the simplicity of Vectary tool. Combined with Vectary's simple UI, templates and assets in the library, you can create professional images even without additional experience in 3D design. It’s just one click. Simple as that.
The Photon renderer is currently in its beta version. To try it out on your desktop, download the Vectary Photon app for Windows or Mac and run in the background, while the rendered image is generated in Vectary editor. A fast cloud rendering without the need for installing an external app will be available for our Enterprise partners.
How to use Vectary Photon renderer:
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