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3D Pixel Stretch Effects
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In this tutorial, you will learn a good 3D effect which can also apply to lots of areas. Stretching a single line of pixels is an easy way to create special digital effects in graphic design. By taking this technique a step further, you can create elegant image, drawing, or pattern as you like.
This tutorial will demonstrate how to create low poly arts with Image Triangulator, which gives you the ability to triangulate any image. Except for a high quality image, you still need to use Illustrator to edit some details. And be sure to save your plotted points as a text file and the final image as a pdf.
Using gradients and layer styles, that we can use to produce nice subtle 3D effects in our web designs. Sometimes little details like subtle gradients or borders using 2 colors can create a very nice visual effect or unique style without requiring many hacks and adjustments.
In this tutorial, it is going to present you how to make a nice Christmas card called Awesome Snowman in Night Scene. It is very nice, as it is not difficult to create. The snowman is just made by 2 simple 3D balls. Let’s design a Christmas card for your family. Merry Christmas!
Photoshop is a fantastic tool for creating 2D images. However, Photoshop also has limited capabilities for creating high quality 3D images and animations. In this tutorial, we will use the new and improved 3D and Timeline features of Photoshop CS6 to create a clean 3D text effect creation.
To design a 3D cap, it is similar approach as other 3D object. You need to draft a shape first. And then add the the reflection and shadow effects. As they are the core elements to make your object to become realistic.
“Low-poly self portrait tutorial” is a Photoshop tutorial created by Brazilian creative director Breno Bitencourt. In this tutorial, Breno Bitencourt will show you how to create a low-poly portrait in illustrator and Photoshop step by step. The main techniques used here are masks and blending modes, Photoshop’s auto contrast, auto colour and auto levelsfunctions.