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    Wondering how to get 3D like this?

    http://www.behance.net/gallery/3D-Type/412619

    more looking at the "helvetica" and "transform" type...
    and wondering if there was a tutorial that will show how to do it, I am not very knowledgable with the 3D programs.

    Thanks

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    Re: Wondering how to get 3D like this?

    Hey!

    If you want to get the best 3D results, don't use Photoshop. Cinema 4D for exampel, is a good 3D-program and not so hard to learn. A great 3D engine that can get realistic shadows and depth. You can find many tutorials on Youtube about realistic 3D-objects.


    Wondering how to get 3D like this?-untitled-1-png

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    Re: Wondering how to get 3D like this?

    Hi imryannn,

    First off, without assuming anything, you will need Ps CS5 or CS6 Extended in order to create 3D images. As Nordin stated, getting the kind 3D images like the ones shown in your link will be complicated in Photoshop and you might do better C4D. Having said that, Photoshop is no slouch when it comes to 3D! Check out this 3D Text Tutorial which shows some techniques. Here's another 3D Text Tutorial. you might like as well.

    Good luck.

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    Re: Wondering how to get 3D like this?

    and if you have no money for c4d try "Blender" a free 3d app.
    takes a bit more effort to understand the interface then c4d but hey its free.

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    Re: Wondering how to get 3D like this?

    do you need glasses for this?

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    Re: Wondering how to get 3D like this?

    Good advice. Thank you!

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    Re: Wondering how to get 3D like this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordin View Post
    Hey!

    If you want to get the best 3D results, don't use Photoshop. Cinema 4D for exampel, is a good 3D-program and not so hard to learn. A great 3D engine that can get realistic shadows and depth. You can find many tutorials on Youtube about realistic 3D-objects.


    Wondering how to get 3D like this?-untitled-1-png
    Wow!!! It's really stunning.

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    Re: Wondering how to get 3D like this?

    Cinema 4d will be built into after effects I believe on next big release a simplified version.

    Adobe finally handing over 3d stuff to the big Boys

    http://greyscalegorilla.com/blog/
    Last edited by Hoogle; 04-06-2013 at 07:47 AM.

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    Re: Wondering how to get 3D like this?

    Quote Originally Posted by IamSam View Post
    Hi imryannn,

    First off, without assuming anything, you will need Ps CS5 or CS6 Extended in order to create 3D images. As Nordin stated, getting the kind 3D images like the ones shown in your link will be complicated in Photoshop and you might do better C4D. Having said that, Photoshop is no slouch when it comes to 3D! Check out this 3D Text Tutorial which shows some techniques. Here's another 3D Text Tutorial. you might like as well.

    Good luck.
    I use CS5 and CS6 and making 3D but mentioned by imryannn text designs are really stunning. Please if possible post some tutorial on it dear IamSam.

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