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    Re: Eastiest Photoshop 3D question of all time

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    Can you show me the properties while you have "scene" highlighted?
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    Eastiest Photoshop 3D question of all time-3dscene.jpg

    What do you have in your preset for the SCENE properties? If it's not custom or default, this could be causing your issue. If this is not it........I'm stumped!

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    Re: Eastiest Photoshop 3D question of all time

    Ah!!! Ok here goes.

    Eastiest Photoshop 3D question of all time-scene-properties.gif

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    Re: Eastiest Photoshop 3D question of all time

    Ive never messed with scene properties before.

    I just set it to "Sketch Grass" and it's the first time I've ever seen it different than pure black.

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    Re: Eastiest Photoshop 3D question of all time

    Hey Droid, I thought we had it! The only time I can get my sphere to turn solid black is when I set the SCENE preset to LINE ILLUSTRATION.

    Eastiest Photoshop 3D question of all time-screen-shot-2013-01-02-10.44.38-pm.png

    I've tried everything I can think of to help! I've also noticed that yours is not casting shadows either. I know it's the same with other objects since you posted the doughnut and it was black as well.

    Your 3D engine has a glitch. I would try to uninstall and reinstall Ps CS6.

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    Re: Eastiest Photoshop 3D question of all time

    Thanks IamSam! I may not know the answer but at least we've got it narrowed down.

    Happy New Year!
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    Re: Eastiest Photoshop 3D question of all time

    FYI this gives me some reason to suspect that I might have a video card problem. I'm ordering a new one tonight.

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    Re: Eastiest Photoshop 3D question of all time

    Yeah, I had thought of this, but before I replaced the card I would try the un/re-install of Ps just in case it was in the software. If the problem persisted after the the re-install, then I would have gone after the vid card driver or the card itself. I guess I could have stated that before!

    Have you tried to extrude text? Did it have the same effect?
    If you can extrude text, it may not be your graphics card at all.

 

 

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