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How To Design A Pack Kit Package With Modo 501 For Free


How to Design a Pack Kit Package with Modo 501 for Free




If you are interested in package design and visualization, you might want to check out Modo 501, a powerful 3D software that can help you create stunning pack kit packages in a fast and easy way. And the best part is, you can download it for free and use it for 30 days!




How to Design a Pack Kit Package with Modo 501 for Free



Modo 501 is a versatile 3D tool that can handle modeling, sculpting, painting, rendering, animation and more. It has a flexible and intuitive interface that lets you work creatively and efficiently. It also has a rich library of presets, images and assemblies that can speed up your workflow and enhance your results.


One of these libraries is the Pack Kit, a collection of over 200 presets, images and assemblies that are specifically designed for package design and visualization. The Pack Kit includes base shape presets, seal presets, pre-built packaging models, panel presets, texture maps and scene assemblies that can be modified and assembled to visualize existing packaging or create entirely new designs.


In this article, we will show you how to use the Pack Kit with Modo 501 to design a pack kit package from scratch. We will cover the following steps:


  • Downloading and installing Modo 501 and the Pack Kit



  • Creating a base shape for the package



  • Adding a seal to the package



  • Applying artwork and materials to the package



  • Setting up the lighting and rendering the package



By the end of this article, you will have a realistic and professional-looking pack kit package that you can use for your own projects or portfolio. Let's get started!


Downloading and installing Modo 501 and the Pack Kit




The first step is to download and install Modo 501 and the Pack Kit on your computer. You can get Modo 501 for free from this link. You will need to register an account with Foundry and activate your license before you can use it. You can use Modo 501 for free for 30 days.


The Pack Kit is an add-on for Modo that you can purchase from this link. It costs â179 but you can also try it for free for 15 days. You will need to install it separately after you have installed Modo 501. You can find the installation instructions here.


Creating a base shape for the package




Once you have installed Modo 501 and the Pack Kit, you can launch Modo and start creating your pack kit package. The first thing you need to do is to create a base shape for your package. The base shape is the main container of your package that holds the product inside.


To create a base shape, you can use one of the 28 base shape presets that are included in the Pack Kit. These presets are easy to use and have embedded morphs that let you adjust their parameters. You can find them in the Preset Browser under Kits > PACK > Base Shapes.


For this example, we will use the "Box - Tapered" preset as our base shape. To use it, simply drag and drop it from the Preset Browser to the 3D viewport. You will see a box-shaped mesh appear in your scene.


To modify the base shape, you can use the Morph tool in the Deform tab. This tool lets you change the shape of your mesh by moving its vertices along predefined paths. You can access the morphs of your base shape by clicking on its name in the Item List and expanding its Morph Maps section.


For this example, we will use the "Taper" morph to make our box narrower at the top. To use it, select it from the Morph Maps section and then drag its slider in the Tool Properties panel. You will see your box change shape accordingly.


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