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Making a 3d scene using 3d models in Photoshop

One of the coolest new features of Photoshop CS3 extended is the possibility to import 3d models. Together with vanishing point they can really give you a good 3d look-and-feel in Photoshop.

In this tutorial, we'll be creating a nice 3d scene using 3d models. This was my first time working with this technique, so I haven't perfect it (yet). Still, it's pretty fun to play around with and if you've never worked with 3d models before, you'll learn a whole lot of new things.

3d Scene Dodge Viper

My PSD file of this tutorial was to big to put online (83 MB) because of the many 3d models, but you can download a wallpaper pack containing my final result in high resolution in 2 different sizes (1440x900 (widescreen), 1600x1200 (normal)).


Tags:  car 3d model tutorial photoshop
 
Photoshop freebies: 2x High resolution textures

On the 9th of May 2008, Smashing Magazine announced a Smashing Textures Contest. The goal was set to let all readers take beautiful pictures that can be used as textures.

It was one amazing contest. They received in an enormous amount of e-mail from over 600 participants. The results speak for themselves: The Smashing Texture Gallery is one great Photoshop Resource.

Free Photoshop Textures

My girlfriend (Amber from DressYourAss) and I were two of the 600 participants. The sun was shining and we took the afternoon to take some photo's with my camera to enter the texture contest. Two out of the ten that we send were selected by SmashingMagazine.

All photographs are taken with a simple camera on a bright day. None of them are edited in any way, exept some have non-texture parts removed. The pictures are taken in a very high resolution, perfect for Photoshop artwork.


Tags:  freebies photoshop textures pictures
 
A simple starry Web 2.0 ad

A couple of days ago I recieved an advertisement from a store that has just opened his doors. Normally, I would throw those things directly away, but the simplicity of the design did draw my attention. I wanted to recreate the Web 2.0 looking ad and here I'll show you how.

Simple Starry Web 2.0 ad

So start up Photoshop, it won't be a long ride. There's no shame in always improving your Photoshop skills, so get ready to create a simple starry Web 2.0 ad with Photoshop.


Tags:  starry simple web 2.0 advertisement photoshop tutorial
 
Your own CSS parallax illusion 3d image

A couple of days ago I placed an article about a parallax illusion with CSS: The Horse in Motion. Today I'll show you how I created such an image so you can do it yourself.

Own CSS Parallax Illusion

In this example, I'm going to use Photoshop for the actual image and Illustrator for the 3D effect. I wanted to try something else instead of the "frame by frame" (Like the Horse in Motion). Be creative! The final example (demo of the effect) looks pretty amazing and maybe even better than my previous one.


Tags:  photoshop css illusion parallax
 
Presenting gadgets in a superb, grungy way

Time for all those Photoshop lovers out there to follow another tutorial. This time, we'll learn how to present technology gadgets in a superb, grungy way. I was inspired by the artwork from Eric Oosterhof and wanted to created something looking just as amazing as that.

Growing Technology

My PSD file was too big to put to download because of the smart objects (26 MB), but you can download a wallpaper pack containing my final result in high resolution in 3 different sizes (320x480 (iPhone), 1440x900 (widescreen), 1600x1200 (normal)).


Tags:  gadgets grunge photoshop tutorial
 
Glowing and sparkling intense light 3d logo

After my previous tutorial on how to create a frog logo in Photoshop, I'm now going to teach you how to create a glowing and sparkling intense light 3D glow logo. This tutorial shows different techniques that I learned in the past couple of weeks and it'll surely blow others away.

Intense Light 3D Logo

Most of this tutorial is done in Photoshop, the 3D letters are created in Illustrator. If you don't have Illustrator, you can also try making 3D letters in Photoshop.

I'm creating the word "QPoit", which actually is a fun word (and non-existing) used between my friends and me (Don't ask me why). Get ready to make some amazing artwork.


Tags:  tutorial photoshop light 3d logo
 
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