I just could not help but wonder if something like that could be achieved solely in Photoshop using 3D. I decided to record the process and post it as a time-lapse so you can see, from the beginning what can be achieved using just Photoshop. Enjoy!
The Patch tool is great for removing unwanted elements from your images. Lesa Snider goes over the uses and features of Photoshop’s patch tool, including the new features in CS6 like content aware and adaptation settings.
Lesa Snider talks about the new scripted patterns in Photoshop CS6 and gives some examples of some creative ways to use this new function. She also goes over some tips for making a better selection using the refine edge options.
This tutorial will show Photoshop users how to create a re-usable action that adds a cloud effect to text.
Lesa Snider shows some creative uses for the refine edge command.
Stephen Burns creates a 3D syringe using Photoshop CS6. By using vector shapes in combination with the lathe shape preset inside the 3D menu, Stephen is able to construct this circular 3D object with ease.
Stephen Burns shows viewers how to take an image of a 2D object and transform it into a 3D object using depth maps in the new Photoshop CS6 Extended.
New to Photoshop CS6 is the ability to assign type formatting attributes (styles) from selected range of Characters and/or entire Paragraphs and preserve them as style presets. Save time and increase production workflow using the new Character and Paragraph styles.