Using 3D tools in Photoshop CS4 Extended to create a logo element.



  1. Chark 9 November, 2008 at 14:18 Reply

    I’ve become enamored with the 3D tools in PSCS4 Extended, and I’ve started looking at integrating items made with Google Sketchup, but starting out with something easy, yet elegant like your tutorial is great.

  2. Blaze 16 November, 2008 at 18:33 Reply

    This was a very cool tutorial

    As soon as I got CS4 I did the exact same technique you did on this tutorial!

    I was wondering could you make a tutorial that would help me with a problem I’m having with CS4 Extended

    When I was working with 3D objects, the 3 pronged arrow object didnt appear on my screen, do you know why it doesn’t appear?

  3. Dustin 19 November, 2008 at 10:01 Reply

    A little off topic, but I was wondering how you were creating these flash tutorials. Are you using something like Captivate?

    ps ~ Great tutorials! I’ve learned some easier ways to do things.

  4. Faith 9 December, 2008 at 22:33 Reply

    Thank you so VERY much! I’ve reviewed quite a few tutorials but your instructions are THE BEST. I was really frustrated before I came across this website. Thanks again!

  5. Steve 12 December, 2008 at 22:06 Reply

    Okay, I got CS4 recently, and for some reason, whenever I go into the 3D menu (I followed instructions to a T) it is grayed out (as in I can’t select anything)

    How do I fix this problem?

  6. Faith 16 December, 2008 at 22:57 Reply

    I tried the sphere graphic design up to the point of filling in the color. The “option delete” function you mentioned in filling the color does not work. Do I need to assign this function? And, is there another function I can use to fill in the graphic???? PLEASSSSE advise, thx

  7. Steve 18 December, 2008 at 08:12 Reply

    to Matthias (and maybe Faith) Option Delete is alt+backspace on a PC.

    Mac to PC is:

    Option to Alt
    Command to Cntrl
    Delete to Backspace

  8. Ishnock 1 February, 2009 at 07:51 Reply


    Im a graphic designer and I use both PS and Illustrator extensively, and I am very, very good with them as well. However, I must say, your masterful understanding of basic techniques is incredible….Your tutorials arent about creating huge explosive graphic pieces like most sites, but about showcasing creative techniques in simple, dummy proof steps.

    Keep up the awesome work.

  9. Pat Buckohr 9 December, 2009 at 13:27 Reply

    really cool. big into photoshop. if you could send me a link that has any new tuts in photoshop please. Thanks for the tut.

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