You can now get your hands on three major updates to Adobe's creative tools that it announced over the past couple of months. These include a brand-new application called Project Felix, a much-anticipated Windows version of Adobe XD and an update to Photoshop to take advantage of the Touch Bar in the new MacBook Pro.

The first two were announced at last month's Adobe Max conference - which combines product launches with talks from leading creatives like Quentin Tarantino and The Simpsons' David Silverman. This year it was held in San Diego. The new Photoshop was unveiled at the launch of the MacBook Pro 2016. The new apps and updates are available through the Creative Cloud application.

Project Felix is an app for photo illustration and retouch work. It lets you combine 2D elements and layers - including photographs - with 3D models, and render the results realistically using the V-ray rendering engine. Read on to see how it works.

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