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Beautiful !

Could we have a Hi-Res pic of the velvet bag alone ? It would be a good idea to add it to our models pages to show the customer how his/her order will be packaged.

#1 Dizingof on 2010-08-11 13:10 (Reply)
If you let me know what / how you want it I can arrange that.
I can imaging it shows nice on your model detail page so just let me know

Peter Paul
#2 Peter Paul Cornelissen on 2010-08-11 13:47 (Reply)
Just a simple hi-res picture of the bag. nothing more.

You can add a link to it here on this blog so every one can download it.
#2.1 Dizingof on 2010-08-11 14:43 (Reply)
Want a real challenge? Generate the previews with the bag under it
#3 Stony Smith on 2010-08-11 14:51 (Reply)
Well we like the challenge, but why don't you help us out a little with that? The render scene we use for our previews is made with Blender and made available in a previous blog post ! ;-)
#3.1 Peter Weijmarshausen on 2010-08-11 21:27 (Reply)
I have made photo's available here.


This is a zip with different pictures.

Hope this helps
Peter Paul
#4 Peter Paul Cornelissen on 2010-08-12 14:29 (Reply)
What are the chances of this becoming available for other materials besides gold? It would be really nice if shop owners could specify which type of packaging their products came in.
In any case, this is really cool, and a big step forward in presentation. You guys are consistently awesome.
#5 Jed Laurance on 2010-08-12 22:03 (Reply)
Hi Jed,

We are looking into possibilities to offering "non printed" products. Not sure if you have seen the current test with the earrings hooks and the necklaces. (there is still room for more products here BTW ;-)!.html

So your feedback is clearly noted.
Peter Paul
#6 Peter Paul Cornelissen on 2010-08-13 09:48 (Reply)

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