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Old 08-18-2006, 09:57 AM   #1
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Default Interesting packaging tool

PrintDevizor from Stone Cube allows you to experiment with all sorts of finishes, including embossing, metallics, custom inks (including Pantone), and other techniques, on 3D forms.

It enables you to rotate your virtual models to see the effect of light and shade, and present the package against colored or image backdrops, or view it in an array of multiple views (up to 16 at a time). You can also show the package in finished or flat/folded view (or toggle between those).

Output to many standard graphic formats (including JPG, PSD, PNG, TIF, TGA, BMP and QuickTime movies). For both Mac and Windows; £195 / €285 / $345. 21-Day free trial available at the site.

   
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