CandyBones are perfect for kid-themed design projects and taking your first steps into Photoshop's 3D workspace.
In my early school days, all the boys in my class would collect, trade and battle small plastic figurines called Crazy Bones. They were sculpted little monsters about the size of a hard boiled sweet, with oversized features and a glossy sparkling surface.
If you don't know what they are it doesn't matter, but you can give 'em a search on Google to find out. For those of you who do remember them, you'll understand why the name CandyBones is apt for this free designer resource.
In today's download, you get your candy-lovin' fingers on a set of miniature 3D objects that are just waiting to be played with inside of Photoshop. Just like the Crazy Bones of yesteryear, our CandyBones come with playfully oversized features and a glossy surface texture. To top off the candy-ness of this download, each object has a hard boiled candy-like marbling that almost makes them look edible!
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As an added bonus in this pack, we've also included the original 3D objects along with a Photoshop CS6 & CC compatible 3D PSD document.
What does this mean?
It means that if you have either CS6 or CC, you'll be able to customise these Photoshop 3D objects just as you would with a professional 3D modelling software. You can rotate the objects in a 3D workspace, change the colours and edit textures until they meet your designer's eye requirements.
No need to take it seriously though – you can simply use these small 3D objects as your entry into the Photoshop 3D workspace. It can be a little daunting at first, but you'll figure it out. Especially as you're inside the native Photoshop interface, navigating windows, options and tools should be slightly familiar.
Included in this download are five different objects: a truck, pony, t-rex, turtle and gecko. Each objects is available as a transparent png render, original .obj file and a Photoshop compatible 3D PSD.
Includes Photoshop CS6 & CC compatible 3D objects:
Candy Bones – 3D Object Renders Preview:
I don’t remember these, but, I remember the ‘troll’ dolls. They were also called ‘damn it dolls’. They had these huge mouths and long, frizzy hair. They had outfits and all kinds of accessories.
These are neat. I like how you included the files to tweek ’em. Thank you!
Oh yeah! What were those called?
Well, let me know what you think of the 3D files, it’s possibly something we could include in future freebies if people make use of them.
Happy to oblige! Thank you!
Congratulations!!! Amazing stuff here!!! Thank you a lot!!!
These dolls. The guy that made the first one was Danish and named his company DAM. Thus, they were called Dam Troll Dolls! LOL
Great work, Sir! Wow!
Excellent work, I like all of your work. I also want to learn this 3D work, how did you do this? Can you please arrange a tutorial?
Great Tutorial! I’m sure you understand, sometimes you get into a rut where nothing works and everything looks awful.
This design was fantastic and opened my eyes to trying something different and unique.