How to use Photoshop to create a 3D costume

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Create a new layer, and fill in the background and all the objects with the black colors that you want.

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Select the layers that you just created.

The color should be darker than the colors you want in the layer.

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Add a new color, then click the Apply button to apply the color.

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Repeat this process for each layer.

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You can now create 3D effects with Photoshop.

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If you are making a large 3D object, you can make it even larger by creating layers and layers of smaller objects.

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To do this, drag and drop objects on top of each other.

This will create layers of the objects in different dimensions.

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Select all the layers of objects and then click on them.

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Now you can drag the layers into the layers you created and rotate them so that the objects are facing each other (rotate your mouse wheel in a clockwise direction).

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Now drag the objects onto each other and the objects will align.

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Repeat for each object.

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If all this sounds confusing, try creating a 3d mask of all the colors.

You’ll get a more complex result.

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Now, when you are finished, just delete the layers and re-create them in the layers list.

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The result will look like this: 15.

The 3D mask created with the layers tool will look similar to this: 16.

The mask created in the tool will have an alpha value of 0, so you can use it to change the colors of your 3D objects.

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Create an empty layer by clicking the Add button in the toolbar.

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In the Create New Layer dialog box, type a name for the new layer.

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Click OK to create the new Layer.

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To see the results of this creation, go to Tools > Colors > 3D.

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Select one of the colors for the layer and drag it onto the layer below.

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Repeat steps 13-17 until you have created three objects with 3D effect.

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To change the appearance of the 3D layer, click on the layer name in the palette.

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In this case, the color is green.

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Click on the Add Icon button in order to open the icon bar.

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Enter a name and a value for the icon.

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In order to apply this effect to the entire 3D scene, it is important to change one of three values in the Color picker.

To go to a color, click the Edit button.

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In a new window, click and drag the value that you have selected.

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Click Apply.

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Now the 3d effect will be applied to the whole scene.

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If the color of the layer that you selected changes, the 3-D effect will disappear.

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To check if the color you selected is the one that the 3×3 icon shows, you will need to change it.

To start the icon, go in the menu bar, and select Appearance > Colors.

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You will see a checkmark next to the layer named Green.

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Click the Check icon to see the 3 colors that are currently displayed in the 3×3 icon.

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When you have changed the color, you need to go back to the Layer Properties dialog box.

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In it, you should see a list of the selected colors.

Go to the Green layer and select it. 37.

Click Next.

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Select a color from the list that you like, then drag it into the layer with the green color.

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Selecting the green layer will make the layer green.

To delete the green, click Remove.

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In Photoshop, you may also find the Green color is the same color that you see on the desktop.

The green color is usually used for background color in the same way that it is used in the desktop version of Photoshop.

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Go back to Tools and click on Create New layer.

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In another window, select the Green Color.

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In an edit window, you’ll see that the layer has changed its color.

You must select the green for it to stay green.

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In case you need a way to undo the effects you’ve done so far, click Ok. 45.

In one of these windows, you must click the blue check mark next to each color that was selected.

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Click Edit to see a preview of the color change.