Splitting, rotating, and aligning extrusions


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Splitting, rotating, and aligning extrusions

You already learnt how easy it is now to navigate the view port and to activate the right object in the scene to manipulate it. And even the object manipulation is now easier than before and I want to show you this in this video. Let's say you want to manipulate all the letters here individually. So, that's easy, and at the moment, this is one single extrusion and that's why if I click on the object I have selected all of the letters. But now I want to split them, and there's an option for that in the 3D menu and that is named Split Extrusion.

If I click on it I get this warning that I could lose any animation, but we did not create any animation so I click on OK. And obviously, nothing has changed, because still, everything is selected. But if I now click again on a single letter you see, now it is selected only. And now I can rotate here all the letters around by clicking on them. We just have to be sure to activate the letter and not some constraint.

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Splitting, rotating, and aligning extrusions
Video duration: 7m 43s 2h 35m Intermediate

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Splitting, rotating, and aligning extrusions provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey and Olaf Giermann as part of the Photoshop CS6 New Features Overview

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