James Fritz |
Friday, June 28, 2013
This week’s Pixel Playground technique uses Adobe Photoshop 3D features to create a realistic 3D coin.
It is surprisingly simple to use the 3D features of Photoshop to create editable 3D objects that can be used in a variety of ways for your designs. In this week’s video, Bert starts with scans of a coin, and applies them as a texture to a 3D cylinder. To complete its realistic appearance, he creates a pattern for the ridge of the coin that allows you to position the coin at any angle that you may need.
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Tags: 3D Modeling, Adobe Photoshop, Bert Monroy, Photoshop 3D, Pixel Playground
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