marino 21 January, 2011 at 20:08 Reply Kool much better then the first one…..but you are still the best ever!!!!!!!
Kool much better then the first one…..but you are still the best ever!!!!!!!
Fantastic effect. The way you come up with these ideas each week is phanominal. Can’t wait the try out and experiment with. Keep up the great work.
Very nice. As usual i should add.
Im learning a lot thanks to you each times.
I love this effect. I have used the previous technique in a few of my projects.
Your a great source for inspiration. Looking forward to the next tutorial already.
Cool effect Corey with a approach that gives great flexibility
U the man!!
Just having fun 🙂
Wow.. Nice Corey… very cool stuff!!
Hi Corey I love you work, but I have a problem here…When I click on the Repousse and then on the Text Layer it shows me this: Could not complete the Text Layer command bacause the type layer uses a faux bold style. Can toy help me ? 🙂
If you go to the Window pulldown menu and select the character option, this displays the font dialog. Select the Character tab and select the small down arrow icon on the top right to display a list of options. Untick the Faux options
Hope that helps
Corey, Great tut as always.
Challenge for you: Can you come up with a way for us older version users(cs3) to simulate this effect? Obviously it won’t be editable, but I’d still like to use this style of text in my projects. Can you see a way of doing this w/out the 3d tools?
I love this effect and would like to incorporate it with a logo. However, you lost me on the Gradient layer. It disappeared and can’t figure out where it went. I tried this 3 times and cant figure our where it is or what Iâ€™m doing wrong?
Thank you 4 your H E L P!
Thx Steve for the help 😉
Very nice Cory! I had problem’s with the first one but this one Rocks 🙂
Thank you for this tutorial!! Very easy to follow and I like that you talk the whole thing out and why it works I just discovered this a few minutes ago, but im already excited to try this. I am a graphic design student and these types of tutorials can really help me learn and enhance my projects in school. 🙂 I look forward to more!
@Tommy – you can also render the text (check the layer panel drop down for this option). If you do this, you should also create a path from the selection so you can preserve the crisp outlines.
ho i hv the cs4 progam
how to i have the cs4 progam
Movie doesn’t play, latest Flash installed… too bad… :\
problem.. when i render it makes the RAYS nicer but makes my text all fuzzy… what should i do..?
I love your site!!! These tutorials has made my work outstanding !!! Keep up the good work !!and keep posting tutorials!!!!
Great tutorial. I really enjoyed doing this. I would be nice if Adobe incorporated CUDA in to PS CS5 like they have for Premiere CS5 rendering. I have a lower end Nvidia card so even though rendering didn’t take too long, rotating it on the fly with the 3d object rotate tool did not display the black bg, just a translucent layer. Still worked because it still shows the “rays”.
Thanks for this.
what is your standard new bg/layer or what it’s called
nice nice nice!
good job corey, thanks for your efforts
great work.thanks for sharing