This week I revisit and effect I played with back when 3D first showed up in Photoshop. See how you can create a realistic cardboard texture effect in Photoshop but this is 3D so you would expect the edges of cardboard to have the corrugated look. Here will will create that effect using just two textures and we will also make it appear as though the text was cut out of a larger piece of cardboard. Another example of the flexibility of 3D in Photoshop.
What you will learn:
• Modify textures for 3D
• Create Positive & Negative 3D Cutouts
• Add and Modify Textures on 3D Surfaces
• Cameras & Lighting
• and much more!
User Level: Intermediate - Advanced
Corey is an as an award-winning designer and Photoshop instructor has been using Photoshop since version 2.0. He attended the Ringling College of Art & Design where he earned a BFA in Illustration. Corey is best known as one of the Photoshop guys on the popular podcast Photoshop TV and a regular contributor to Photoshop User magazine where he writes the popular Down & Dirty Tricks column. He was also the author of the best-selling books The Down & Dirty Tricks for Designers Vol 1&2 and the more recent How to Create Badass Effects in Photoshop. Corey also teaches at live events such as Photoshop World and Adobe MAX. Corey was recently inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame for his contributions to the education of Photoshop.