March 24, 2008

3D text goodness

Side note: I keep trying to tell developers that I think there’s an opportunity to knock together a very simple 3D extrusion/adjustment environment as a Photoshop plug-in, leveraging PS CS3 Extended’s ability to manipulate 3D layers.  No one has yet seized the opportunity, but I’ll keep trying.

Posted by John Nack at 10:47 PM on March 24, 2008


  • KenL — 8:35 AM on March 25, 2008

    I am confounded. Please look at a photo. these are the same photo but look very different in either NX, bridge or photoshop. The photo on the right is view with windows viewer.
    First, I know the photos are set just like they were shot.
    I took this photo with my camera of my PC screen. So this is my proof.?
    Does anyone know what is causing this “redness” in lightroom bridge or photoshop and not window viewer??
    to see this photo and what I mean
    [I don’t know what’s going on here, and I’m afraid this isn’t the right forum for asking/answering this kind of question. –J.]

  • André Sugai — 8:59 AM on March 25, 2008

    Hello! My name is André Sugai, often visit your blog (it is very good!), I am in Brazil and I have a blog on tutorials for Adobe Photoshop, every day public translations of tutorials that are originally written in English, also some public materials therefore always visit your blog to learn of the news, dates of lectures, workshops and seminars on Photoshop, in addition to indicate books on the subject, but today I never said that besides much admire everything that presents at your blog I have a question about something that I read yesterday on the internet, it is a version of Adobe Photoshop CS4 called Stone Henge who goes circulating via Torrents, you know something about? Many readers of my blog have asked me about this and I would like to know if it is really genuine, thank you for attention and sorry for bad English. (Google translate :D)
    [It’s better than my Portuguese! Anyway, you shouldn’t touch the bits that are apparently floating around out there. I have no idea what they might contain (viruses, spyware, etc.). Anyone who’d steal Adobe’s intellectual property isn’t high on my trust list. –J.]
    Below the link of the news I read on a website in English

  • RichardJ — 5:28 AM on March 27, 2008

    Certainly there must be quite a few users who would appreciate being able to do 3d text extrusions in Photoshop without having to use Illustrator in the process. My vote for a 3D extrusion/adjustment environment as a Photoshop plug-in.

  • Vineeth — 2:55 AM on August 22, 2008

    Please sent me the tips & tricks of Photoshop,Indesign,Illustrator

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