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Photoshop transformations

The Dark Wizard

Well-known member
#4
Aye, I expect he'll reply saying standards need to be met & kept up ;) hehe.
It shows he has passion and is alive. Other places you never even get to meet the guys incharge. Its some corporate nonsense and it feels like your interacting with a robot and not a fun one at that!
 

MGSteve

Well-known member
#11
Strictly speaking it's not a photo - it was a screengrab to which I applied a 3D transformation :)
I thought it looked a bit too good, you can normally see the pixels in a photo of a screen. Still, same thing applies - you don't do plain and simple do you? :LOL:

Not that there is anything wrong with that, to paraphrase CJ , "you didn't get where you are today by doing things plain & simple".
 

EQnoble

Well-known member
#15
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/photoshop/cs/using/WSCC5A0833-6F54-4dd5-A100-E3E93352CFA6.html

adobe said:

  1. Open a 2D image and select the layer that you want to convert to a 3D shape.

  2. Choose 3D > New Shape From Layer, and select a shape from the menu. Shapes include single-mesh objects like a donut, sphere, or hat, as well as multiple mesh objects such as a cone, cube, cylinder, soda can, or wine bottle.


Note: You can add your own custom shapes to the shape menu. Shapes are Collada (.dae) 3D model files. To add a shape, place the Collada model file in the Presets\Meshes folder inside the Photoshop program folder.