Dylan Dietz 12 March, 2010 at 18:38 Reply Another excellent tutorial Corey. I appreciate the ideas, inspiration and innovation. Cheers!
Another excellent tutorial Corey. I appreciate the ideas, inspiration and innovation.
nice… 🙂 but you could just use radial blur to make light beam as good as this..anyway nice work
Wow, Corey! That’s once again an awesome tutorial!
I would’ve never thought of using a cone for that!
Also, make sure to check out http://soytuaire.labuat.com/, a nice one to show aroung at the office ;).
Great effect, with it being 3d it makes it so much more flexible then just a radial blur.
I wish you did your tuts more often Corey, you’re such a great instructor.
This tutorial doesn’t work so well with CS3, but a slight change and you can make some pretty kewl fireworks. happy accident effects!!!!
Thanks! Great tut!
Tried it on a recent photo I took of my car:
Pretty cool I’d say!
Keep it up!
Very good tutorial, as always
Aww, it was working fine for me (for once) until the part where you have to save the opacity texture. mine always /hangs/crashes at that point. 🙁
it works for me, many thanks. it can also be used for other projects …great
I think the issue people are having may be with their video cards. Anytime I try to do 3D in Photoshop it tells me that it will be rendered by software only because the video card doesn’t meet the requirements.
Nice. Thx….. but this works only on Adobe photoshop CS4 Extended
I really appreciate your videos Corey. I was wondering why in some videos like “Masking with Channels” recently, the ‘tut’ is fantastic and clear at full screen… but others are so fuzzy like “Light from 3D shapes”? I’m sure I’m not the only one noticing this. I wanted to brag on you when I saw the ‘channels’ video because so many times video tutorials are so tiny one cannot see the menus or the options being clicked. Upon choosing the ‘full screen’ option the screens are even fuzzier… I’d hoped you had found the magic solution with the channels video, but alas the sharpness was short-lived. I’m watching on the same monitor all the time and have not changed the settings.
Make sure when you make “opacity – new texture” that “background contents” is “transparent” .
PS: sorry for my bad english 🙂
greate tutorial sir. i have one request sir if u could make webdesign tutorial.
I have a question?
if i can send you a picture would you be able to custaminze it!
nice dude good tutorial
I don’t know why but I can’t get it. When I create a new texture (opacity option), my cone is still there. It doesn’t become transparent. And when I open texture after that, a new window pops open and the background colour is already white. Please advise me, if it’s possible. 🙂 Thank you!
thanks for sharing your knowledge! it is hard to come across useful information on photoshop give in a very easy to understand way!
Hi Corey Barker
I like your tips & tricks but I aske one question this is one merge backgound & resize the background and after i see the backgound then pixelet the background
how to improve background
Pls. give the tips & tricks my mail id