Corey addresses a common problem with 3D internal constraints in Photoshop CS5 Extended.

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  1. Jay (Reply) on Friday May 21, 2010

    Hi Corey,

    I discovered that if you select the portion of the path that you want to be knocked out using the paths direct selection tool and change the path properties to “Subtract from path area (-)”, then select the entire path and create a Repousse object, the internal constraints will be available.

  2. scShaw (Reply) on Friday May 21, 2010

    Thanks, Corey. This fixed an issue a lot of us were having on your Iron Man tutorial. Funny how it worked for you when selecting paths on your font, but not for others. Could it have to do with using an OpenType font as opposed to a TrueType or Postscript font?

    Posted a link to this site on the Iron Man tutorial.

  3. Khaled (Reply) on Friday May 21, 2010

    nice tio thank you !

  4. Khaled (Reply) on Friday May 21, 2010

    nice tip thank you !

  5. praveen singh negi (Reply) on Friday May 21, 2010

    thanks gr8 work

  6. PsdDude (Reply) on Friday May 21, 2010

    Very interesting …i don’t have cs5 yet :)

  7. ilse (Reply) on Friday May 21, 2010

    hola

  8. N3T1O (Reply) on Friday May 21, 2010

    very usefull! :)



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