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1- Open the image you wish to bring into the third dimension:
2- Add a new layer below your image and make the Image -Canvas Size a lot larger. Now go to image-rotate canvas-90°CCW.
3- Make sure your sheet has no white border and apply Filter - Distort - Shear...
1- Create a new image, 800x800 pixels. Background color Black. With the Paint Bucket Tool, fill the page with the Tile pattern: 2- Select the Elliptical Marquee Tool.Holding down Shift, make a circular selection filling up most of the image. Then Filter - Distort - Spherize... Amount 100...
1- Create a new image and fill the background, Alt + Backspace w/ a light colour.
2- Next go to Filter - Stylize - Extrude, and enter settings like below. You can try diferent settings too..
3- Now go to Filter - Distort - Polar Coordinates. Make sure you click rectangular to...
1- First make a new image, chose any two colors (foreground and background), and go to Filter - Render - Clouds:
2- Now go to Filter - Distort - Pinch, and set the pinch setting to a high positive value. If you enter negative settings (-100%) as opposed to 100%, the image wont retract......
1- First make a new image.Now click the Channels tab:Window - Channels. Create a new channel. 2- Now make a little design that will be tiled for the pattern. For example, to make a grid, click the Single Row Marquee tool and make a single white horizontal line on the screen, then click the Si...
1- Open a new document, and create a text. Keep it selected. After you do that, press CTRL + C to copy it (macintosh: command + C) and then deselect the text after you copy it.
2- Now apply a blur. FILTER > BLUR > MOTION BLUR and set the ANGLE to 0 degree's and distance between 10 and 20.....
1- Get your pipes ready - if you don't know how - click here to learn it. Place them on the background like this:
2- Create a new layer, drag it under the pipe layers and name it "Mask":
3- Choose white as foreground color, pick the line tool (Under Rectangle tool)...
1- Open a new image and mask a square area like this:
2- Choose white as foreground color and black as background color.
Use the the gradient tool, starting in the middle dragging it down to the end of the selection.
3- Let's add some grooves for a more realistic efect...