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    [REQUEST] 3 D style for Photoshop

    * does someone have a Photoshop style similar to this ?

    ( looking for this special 'extended' 3 D effect -who comes from a font preview)

    - btw , just using Phot. CS 4



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    Normally a simple PS Style can't do that, but I remember there are some PS actions can help, I'll dig up my hard drive to find that action.
    Anyway do you have CS6? Then you can do this easily in the Text tools, just click [3D] and drag. Or in Illustrator too. Based on the style of the image you provided, I assume it was made in Photoshop CS6.



    Update:
    In case PS version is lower than CS6, there are a lot of flexible choices:
    Use Cinema 4D, Xara3D to create 3D text then import to PS.
    Use Illustrator to extrude text, then paste to PS.

    Here is the action for 3D text, not quite similar to what in the image but anyway it's 3D, cannot ask much.
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    Last edited by linkgreencold; 10-17-2014 at 02:08 AM.

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