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Chapter 8. Designing and Working in 3D > Using 3D Objects in Photoshop

Using 3D Objects in Photoshop

The Photoshop 3D engine is very flexible. It allows you to transform layers three dimensionally. More important, it lets you create new 3D elements, including primitive shapes (such as cones or spheres). Complex elements can be created using grayscale meshes or by using the Repoussé command for text or selections.

Tip

To make 3D tasks easier in Photoshop, choose Window > Workspace > 3D. This rearranges panels so that all the 3D tools are easy to access.



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