Everybody knows that 3D technology is closely linked with almost any application or program. It is for this reason that many manufacturers of software, such as Adobe Photoshop to incorporate this tool into their design and editing. Today we will discuss one of the most challenging, but at the same time, the tools, the 3D panel in Photoshop.
3D objects in Photoshop edited like Smart Objects. Each of these layers in 3D model has its own stage and properties that can be created by using 5 different ways, these include: the creation of a file, layer, plane (postcard), base object, gradient, or a combination of the 2 layers.
Let’s take a closer look at this panel.
So, to use it, you need to install the Adobe Photoshop extended version, because in other versions it is not available.
Find the context menu on the toolbar, or go to the programs menu Window – 3D.
In this menu, you can select multiple values, namely:
New 3D Layer from File
Export 3D Layer
New 3D Extrusion from Selected Layer
New 3D Extrusion from Selected Path
New 3D Extrusion from Current Selection
New Mesh from Layer
Add Constraint(s) from
Snap Object to Ground Plane
Merge 3D Layers
New Tiled Painting from Layer
Paint on Target Texture
Create Painting Overlay
Select Paintable Areas
Make Work Path from 3D Layer
Sketch With Current Brush
Get More Content
At the top of the 3D panel, you can find the following components, with which you can manage content.
Rotate the 3D Object
Roll the 3D Object
Drag the 3D Object
Slide the 3D Object
Scale the 3D Object
In addition, each 3D object has its own properties for each element are the coordinates of the object, its color, depth, etc.
More details about each property of the 3D panel will be discussed in the following articles…