[scribus] Mockups of documents produced with Scribus

Jonas Nilsson imperativejonas at gmail.com
Fri Jan 6 15:15:56 UTC 2017

I would absolutely use Blender. I haven't made a flyer mockup but a milk
carton mockup in Blender.

Den 6 jan. 2017 3:46 PM skrev "Václav Šmilauer" <eu at doxos.eu>:

> Hi everybody,
> I was thinking about ways to produce beautiful (photorealistic) mockups of
> a flyer produced with scribus -- like a picture which shows it folded (and
> partially unfolded) on wooden table, with shadows and things like that,
> also with proper glossiness of the paper. Is there some
> standard/recommended way to do that? IIRC indesign folks have something
> ready-made templates.
> Since I am physicist doing simulations, I tried simulation of thin
> membrane (paper-like), with some initial folding, using my code
> https://woodem.org . The first result is like this:
> https://youtu.be/HLb7UmxmMGk (it is actually only the last frame which is
> relevant now -- producing realistic 3d model of somewhat deformed paper). I
> thought of continuting this way, adding proper UV coordinates to mesh
> nodes, which would make it possible to assign texture to the paper -- and
> the texture would be, of course, rasterized PDF from Scribus :) Then after
> some tuning of plane ("table") texture and lighting and whatnot, a nice
> mockup would be produced.
> I am interested in hearing comments -- maybe someone has done something
> similar before? Perhaps Blender is able to do something like this in a more
> integrated way.
> Best, Vaclav
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