Corey shows you how to create a 3D animation form 2D elements using Photoshop CS4 Extended. Click here to download a .MOV file with the final version of this animation.
cool… i didn’t know that u can do that 😉
Wow that’s an amazing tutorial wtg
thanks Corey, I specially like the ‘defringe’, that will give so much better result then ‘select – modify-contract’ which I always used to get rid of that halo.
And off course your very wll explained animation!
Blimey, you really can teach an old dog new tricks, just call me rover, woof woof.
Thank you Corey. I always learn something new. The de-fringe was great.
I want to see the ‘Bird.psd’! Or the .mov at least.. I think it was even greater than this that you kept it for another event or regular tutorial in a regular day!
OK, sorry for interfering with things not of my business.
Just a question, do you have any plans to upgrade to PS CS5 once it’s available? Do you (for example) have any insider info?
Just curious about your thoughts..
I am sure I have posted something here before.
Corey…im a huge fan of your site and all the wonderful tutorials. I just dont think Photoshop has a place within the professional 3D graphics world. This is a good tutorial hands down, but it will never compare to After Effects or other software packages. I see the Photoshop 3D integration as a stepping stone into After Effects, but not a standalone. Maybe because I am old follower of Photoshop w/ traditional 2D art.
You are the best…thanks for sharing
how do you change the background behind the page to that
thank you mr.Corey Barker
but i not can see this
how i can see
please help..thank you again
Make sure you have a graphics card in your system that will support the OpenGL feature in your Photoshop preferences in the interface section.
im really liking the shadow part thanks very helpful
Wow! As always, I find the extra little tips at least as useful as the overall lesson. Like Ann commented, I’ll get a lot of use out of “Defringe.”
I’m sure it’s been said before worth the membership price these quick tip videos
Thank you for your help with potoshop im vary dislexic and have vary hard time reading ,
or typing .With out your turtoril wood not makeing tshirts.
thankyou Ray lewis
You are a Photoshop master, learn something new here every single time. Thanks!
This is pretty good! However it would be cool to see the BG animate back in Z space to add that extra bit of realism! A
You sure know your stuff. Just great.
Very cool stuff Corey. I enjoy watching your tutorial’s, you make it easy.
Working on an art project for my nephew and I love that football field background. Any
chance you can send that to me? Nephew loves U of M so I’m hoping to manipulate it
to look like U of M stadium and my own anime characters in front playing football.
PS. Had no clue about 3D effects in Photoshop, thanks.
Edit – preferences – performance – mark “Enable OpenGL drawing” – ok
THANKS for your tutorials!
Thank you for your help with potoshop
THANKS for your tutorials!
and i love your tutorial so match
keep it ….
really i you work is great.
I DID NOT ALREADY SAY THIS!!!!!
OMG YOU ARE THE BEST :))
keep up the good work. ^.^
and thanks for the tutorial. :)))))
Thank you very much man, I have learned so much from ………
love it! never seen anything like this on photoshop!
but what do you do after you have completed your animation?
how do you render it to be a movie?
Hello, i’m a professional dancer. i’d like to see to make a showreel with regard to my promotions. I also desire to use some animation. Can someone suggest me an excellent animation studio, but not really very expensive? I’m here for 3 months for a tour.
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