Creating Wine Bottle Label Art Using Hype
Starting off with an example provided for the PixelColorist class in HYPE, I created my own shape and experimented with the blur filter and different images to somewhat get close to what I needed. What I noticed is that you should always have an image of the same size as your stage to avoid any problems, so I gathered a whole bunch of 1280×720 images to test. After testing around with a few shapes, I decided to settle with the decorative tool in Flash to create something that looked a like a cosine wave. Here are some of the png results that I ended up with:
The 3D features in Photoshop CS6 are quite impressive as it comes with a few 3D presets of it’s own and even lets you import 3D objects in .obj format. I decided to go with the wine bottle preset that came with Photoshop. After setting up the lighting, I brought together a few of my images and blended them to create the label. The only downside to the Photoshop 3D features might be the render time it takes if you go with transparency for your objects! Final result:
Posted on April 17, 2013, in Flash and tagged adobe flash, dma, dma455, flash as3, Flash HYPE framework, HYPE as3, HYPE as3 framework, HYPE Framework, HYPE PixelColorist, photoshop cs6 3d presets, png output HYPE, wine bottle art Flash, wine bottle HYPE framework, wine bottle preset Photoshop. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.