Free Disco Balls Pack

Free Disco Balls Pack

These Free Disco Ball Renders are a perfect addition to the design toolbox of any designer who works with nightclubs and bars producing flyers and posters, or any other music industry related business for that matter!

Whether you call them disco balls, mirror balls or glitter balls – we’ve cooked up a whole bunch of them for you. Eleven to be precise and if you produce a lot of music related work, you’re gunna love every single pixel of them.

These free disco ball renders are the perfect addition to your club flyers and music related work like album covers, banners, tickets and more. What says disco, party and fun more than a disco ball, huh? Drop one of these high quality renders into your work and you’ve instantly expressed a fun filled nightlife vibe.

See also: View all Free 3D Renders

Whilst there are 11 files included in the download, 2 of them are from the same models (meaning nine unique models with 11 renders). Each ball comes in a different colour caused by the different lighting effects used. You can easily change these using a hue/saturations adjustment mask. Furthermore you can better define the edges of the rectangular mirror pieces by sharpening the renders to give a crisper and almost exaggerated edge – like I have done in the main preview image.

Not every render in this pack is as hyper-realistic as other freebies such as our Foliage Pack or Bullet Renders. Rather we’ve mixed a couple very realistic renders and a couple rather cartoonish/flat renders, with everything else in-between, creating a selection of styles that can be used with many different design styles.

File Details:

The renders in this pack come in a range of sizes, from 1500px to 700px in height and width, however each object is rendered at 300dpi. Each disco ball render (regardless of it’s size) is exceptionally high in quality and detail and as with all our other freebies, completely Uncopyrighted, so enjoy them however you please.

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Free Disco Ball Renders Pack Preview:

Disco Ball Render Close Up

This close up shows the level of quality you receive in this incredible free disco ball renders pack. Pretty damn decent, right?

Free Disco Ball Render

Each Free Disco Ball Render varies in colour and style.

Free Mirror Ball Render

This render utilises larger mirror pieces to give the impression it is either smaller or just using larger pieces of glass!

Disco Ball Renders

Here’s a preview of 5 of the 11 included disco ball renders from this pack. As you can see they each use different colours, styles and mirror-piece sizes.

Free Mirror Ball Renders

And here are the other six disco / mirror / glitter ball renders – enjoy ’em folks!

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Hi I'm Adam, the DesignerCandies founder. Here are a few phrases that describe me best:
Graphic designer. Photoshop aficionado. Full-time Blogger. Beer lover. Coffee enthusiast. Blighty hailer.
  • IngeniousArtist

    cool! 😀

    • Adam McIntyre

      Get them in your flyers @ingeniousartist:disqus 😉

  • thyon

    Just stunning,.

    • Adam McIntyre

      Cheers @thyon:disqus!

  • OGKhyamB

    Designer Candies is a treasure trove – thanks Adam.

    • Adam McIntyre

      Or like a Candy Shop? 😛

  • Raptor – Calin Sirbu

    Thank You for this awesome suff ! 🙂

    • Adam McIntyre

      You’re welcome! 😀

  • konekoya

    Thank you 🙂

    • Adam McIntyre

      You’re welcome @konekoya:disqus !

  • Nutka

    Sorry….How use this models after download?) Help me, please…^_^

    • Adam McIntyre

      It’s not a model, it’s a render 🙂
      You can use them in any graphis application you have, whether that be PowerPoint or Photoshop, just drag them in 🙂

  • bringing back the disco… thank you for these.

    • Adam McIntyre

      You’re welcome!

  • Zamir Rawjee

    Thank you Adam !!!

    • Adam McIntyre

      Enjoy @zamirrawjee:disqus!

  • ppyli

    WOW! Amazing! Shared too!!!

    • Adam McIntyre

      Thanks for sharing @ppyli:disqus!

  • つづみ

    Thank you so much!

    • Adam McIntyre

      You’re welcome!

  • JumpBiest

    Big thanks