Using Photoshop CS5’s new 3D features to create abstract 3D elements.

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  1. Kim cowie 21 May, 2010 at 18:57 Reply

    That was fun Corey, taking shapes in to 3d especial ones that have internal constrainst is interesting too, and thank you i was trying to figure out all day how to change the sides to a different color I new there was a trick just couldn’t get it. cheers kim

  2. Steve 22 May, 2010 at 02:29 Reply

    great tutorial.

    I have been a photoshop user for many years and decided to go for the extended version of CS5 this time round. I have to be honest I’m still very much at the beginning of the journey in appreciating the 3D features. It will be interesting a ride in discovering the many 3d features and learning to be creative with it.
    But I agree with Scott it nice to know its not all about 3D text

  3. wheng 22 May, 2010 at 02:46 Reply

    Everything is new for me…I want to learn basic photoshoppe. I am frustrated artist, but I can’t afford to buy Installer, where can I fined free downloads? can you help me sir..Thank you

  4. Kyle Maloney 23 May, 2010 at 02:34 Reply

    I weep seeing these 3d tuts knowing I cant take advantage of any of it, even though I didn’t think my laptop was that underpowered. :_ (

  5. EED 4 June, 2010 at 03:17 Reply

    For some reason PS CS5 doesn’t let choose the repousse option. It’s grayed out. Can someone help me?

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