Use Photoshop’s new 3D features to create this cool 3D arrow.



  1. ricardo galvão from Brazil 11 June, 2010 at 19:58 Reply

    Thanks Corey…you are the master..
    Thanks for indirectly answer my 3D question about the difference between cs4 and 5 about “dreamworks effect”
    in this last tutorial you light up my mind….

    Cheers from Brazil…
    we are waiting for you all…

  2. SteveFromUK 12 June, 2010 at 07:07 Reply

    great stuff Corey, always look forward in watching these tutorials which always spark off great ideas. i love the gradual introduction to the 3d features and hope in time you will cover the more advanced features.

    Btw is there a possibility in the future to make these tutorials watchable on the iPad 🙂 .?

  3. snikwah 12 June, 2010 at 12:13 Reply

    Thanks again Corey for anothher cool tutorial.
    the 3D takes a bit of getting used to, But if you keep playing around
    with it then it does become easier.

  4. Muhammad 12 June, 2010 at 12:22 Reply

    I know that you probably never look here and certainly have more important things to do.. I need to ask..
    I got a copy of Ps CS5 Ex from my cousin for 5 months.. he’s abroad and it’s the ME version..
    So, Where can I get the basic and slightly above experience without having to sell my flesh? Places like NAPP and YAT are no options.. not now at least.. And I don’t know any good online alternatives -that are free-..
    I’d really like you to reply.. given your experience it won’t take you but a moment to get the answer and a minute to post it..


  5. Robin Kanters 13 June, 2010 at 11:34 Reply

    That’s absolutely true: it takes a lot of getting-used-to with the 3D manipulation tools, but I think it it totally worth it. I master the 3D manipulation tools pretty well, though I do find myself frustrated by them from time to time…

    And that’s really it. Once you master the manipulation tools, you can do pretty much anything with Photoshop’s 3D features, especially with Repoussé, added to CS5. I love Photoshop 3D, and I also love your tutorials, Corey!

    Robin Kanters

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