Web Design: Create Editable 3D Text Using Photoshop CS6 2012


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Creating editable 3D text

There may come a time as you're working with text inside of Photoshop that you want to create something that's a little bit out there, something like 3D. In previous versions of Photoshop, like CS3 and CS4, we had to mimic 3D in a way that used layer styles and extra copies of a layer and a bunch of trickery. In Photoshop CS5, they introduced something called 3D Repousse, which allowed us to create 3D text, but once we rendered the text, it was pretty much useless because we couldn't go in and change it anytime we want it to. In Photoshop CS6, we now have the ability to create what's called a 3D extrusion on our text, and that allows us to then edit the text after the fact, even after we've rendered it.

It's pretty cool. Let's take a look. I'm going to reset my workspace really quick to my Web Design workspace. You could also just work from the Essentials workspace. No big deal. And I'm going to make sure that I have the text layer selecte...

Creating editable 3D text
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Creating editable 3D text provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Web Design (2012)

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