This week Corey goes Hollywood again using 3D in Photoshop to re-create the effect from the movie Real Steel.

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  1. John 4 November, 2011 at 18:52 Reply

    Cory,
    How do you get wood grain texture to line up vertically on a 3d rectangle? I’m trying to create a 3d old time detonator box but the wood grain textures do not line up parallel on all 4 sides. Two sides the wood texture runs vertical and on the other two sides they run horizontal. Thanks for your continued help.

    John

  2. Jonathan 5 November, 2011 at 02:04 Reply

    Great tutorial Corey, I was thinking though it would be nice to see a final version of these (text) effects you do in a final jpg format since the screen is pretty small as is and its hard to really notice it.

  3. SteveFromUk 5 November, 2011 at 17:57 Reply

    Nice tut Corey.

    However my experience in 3D has not been that great in CS5 due to being so unstable and yes I also learnt the hard way to save every 5 mins 🙂

    Very excited about 3D but frustrated in PS CS5 I now use a full blown 3D application as part of my workflow. A bit more money and a bit more of a learning curve but way worth it.

    Once I knew my way around the 3D app I then realised how poorly 3D is implemented in PS.
    It should IMHO be a lot more intuitive and not so many odd behaviours and LOT MORE STABLE.

    But I suppose I have PS CS5 to thank as it got me into 3D 🙂

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