10 Remarkable 3D Tutorials in Photoshop

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A small selection of tutorials which reveal some cool mind blowing 3D effects. Considering Photoshop isn’t a 3D application, all tutorials are executed really well.

3D Photo Effect

Open up a photo in Photoshop, make a new layer, then select the “rectangular marquee tool” and draw a rectangle over your photo fill it with the color white, with the rectangle still selected Goto “select > modify > contract” and contract by 15-20 pixels, then hit the delete key. Goto “edit > transform > perspective” convert the photo frame like the image below.


3D Flowery Text

In this tutorial, we will need the beautiful Suddenly Spring brushes designed by GValkyrie.


Grass Text Effect

Ever wanted to make text out of grass? Well with Photoshop you can. In this tutorial we’ll create a quite cool-looking grass-text effect using a photo of grass, the Pen Tool and a bit of endurance.

This is the first of a five-part set of tutorials where we’ll use Photoshop to make text out of all sorts of things. So let’s get prepared to Photoshop!


3D Mp3 Player


3D Mp3 Player

Today I will show you how to create a Photoshop design sell MP3 digital player logo icon in Photoshop.


3D Lego

design a lego graphy in Adobe photoshop.


3D Macbook

This tutorial is fairly a long one, so I would go get a drink now if I were you, OK we are going to make a MacBook Pro in Photoshop using shapes and dissimilar blending options, combining these two simple things we get a realistic vector outcome which can be used in many different situations, so…let’s begin


3D Wiimote



This tutorial will teach you how to create a photorealistic widescreen LCD HDTV from scratch. The LCD HDTV that we will be making is modeled after Samsung’s LCD HDTVs.


3D Cardboard Box

In this rather lengthy tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a cool, semi-realistic cardboard box icon. We’ll cover creating the basic shape of the box, as well as texturing, shading, and adding shadows to it! You can use this box icon almost anywhere: In site logos, applications buttons, the list goes on.


  1. Posted by Kelly Brown
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