Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Connecting with the author, part of Photoshop for Designers: Practical 3D Designs.
- [Justin] Any time you start a new course, I know how frustrating it can be if you run into a wall and you need some help, so I don't want to be that guy. I want to be somebody that's as accessible to you as possible. I want to be that guy. So here are a few ways that you can get in touch with me around the Web, so if you run into trouble or just want to stop by and say hey, you can do so. First up is Twitter. twitter.com/justinseeley You can find my profile there. You can also follow me directly from there and send me a tweet. If you send me a tweet, be sure to let me know what course you're watching so that I have an idea of what you're talking about if you ask me a question.
Next up is Facebook. You can go to facebook.com/seeleyfb to find my Facebook fan page. That's where you can add a like right there at the top, and you can also contact me via email or send me a message directly through Facebook. This is probably the easiest way to get a long-form question-and-response session going with me. Facebook is the easiest and fastest way to reach me, usually. You can also find me on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/justinseeley. Now, you can send me an inmail directly from my profile if you want to, or you can just follow me by clicking the follow button here.
What exactly are you following when you do that? Well, you're following my posts. That means when I write supplemental learning materials or blog articles on the LinkedIn Publishing System, you'll see those popping up in your news feed. I'll do this from time to time to help support the materials I create here, as well as adding other content to my stream, as well. You can also find my YouTube page at youtube.com/thejustinseeley. While you're on this page, you can subscribe to get occasional supplemental learning videos that I do for free, and you can also send me a message directly through YouTube's system, as well.
No matter what, I want to say thank you for watching this course. If you're finding me on the Web to give me a question, comment, or concern, or just to stop by and say hi, I look forward to hearing from you very soon.
- Practical 3D examples
- Extruding type
- Lighting and shading 3D type
- Creating a 3D product shot
- Extruding a photo into a new 3D layer
- Rendering a product shot
- Extruding a logo
- Adding effects