"I made this quick step-by-step. See how to this are made with Photoshop. This could be my very first icon that using 3D Tools on Photoshop CS5..." read more here. Thanks ;)
over 1 year ago
Great! Maybe set more time to final preview.
@Jan Losert wait... blank!? :o siigh....
Thanks for let me know, this is my very first animated gif shot here :p
Too late, mate... there's no edit main preview here >_
cool, thanks a lot for sharing your process! you just need to push the last frame to the very first and you're done ;). By the way: Did you blend in each layer/step by hand or did you kind of automate this?:)
@Aditya Nugraha Putra I know. And you can give to first preview final image. Thanks to this everyone can see in small preview whats going on. Now everyone see only empty space.
Wow this is amazing. Thanks for sharing!
@Fabricio Rosa Marques it was manual, mate.. I haven't use any animation tool on photoshop before :D
@Jan Losert yea unfortunately :-s I'll shot a rebound shortly ;)
@Marvin Kennis You're welcome, mate :)
3d on the objective! hmmm was it easier than hand made on 2d? ;)
Very very cool - well done :)
@Isabel Aracama depends on your shape. If it just a simple 3d, I think it very help us to find the proper angle and shading. But maybe we still need to tracing it manually for the final artwork, because somehow 3d effect on photoshop always produce jagged edges.. but I dunno. Maybe others would care to share their PS 3d experiences? Anyone?
by Aditya Nugraha Putra
Okay, this is the preview. :p Please check my rebound
over 1 year ago
Hey, so why don't make a tutorial of it. I really would like to know!
That's fantastic work you've done!
Please make a tutorial! I do all similar work in Illustrator so I would love to know how you do it in PS.
Can you write a tutorial ? Thank you!
Great insight to how you work mate! Bravo
wicked worflow. thk for sharing.
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