3D type tutorial: Create 3D type using Photoshop CS6 Craig Minchington looks at how to design elegant 3D type using the new tools in Photoshop CS6. By Craig Minchington | on January 09, 2013 Share Share Promotion Discover incredible stock media at a very low cost from Storyblocks Loops High-quality music loops that are great for videos! View Music Add some music to your videos that won't be flagged. View Sound Effects Boom! Beep. Ping. Whoosh. Clink! Buzz. View Icons Add them to your website or brand your business. View Video Stock video clips for any project! View Photos Find the perfect stock photo for your project! View Vectors Tons of high-quality vectors for you to use. View 4K Thousands of high-quality 4K video clips. View After Effects Logo reveals, slideshows, effects, and more. View Motion Backgrounds Make your website pop with a video background. View < > Read next Photoshop tutorial: Create artistic 3D type 86 Best Photoshop tutorials Photoshop tutorial: Add a fire effect to a photo Design Trends 2018: 28 leading designers, creative directors & illustrators tell us what’s inspiring them for the year ahead Photoshop tutorial: Create a 1980s look with photos and vectors Visual Trends 2018: This year’s must-know colour, design, branding & photography trends Comments noyon100 said: Most essential Text effect, You can change your choice wisetext style by few click most of people love this effect and which is supportedby Photo shop. photoshop 3d texteffects Red Walsh said: I had to raterize the smart object then try to make the 3d extrusion. It at least got me to the next step. I've not finished the tutorial yet so I'm not sure if it will turn out the same. Farhood said: After expanding all strokes I carefully pasted every part in Photoshop, merged them together, converted in Smart Object and then tried to make 3d extrusion but I get the same message as before. Do you have any idea how to handle this other way? Atiq Sumon said: Beautiful creation . I love to learn them . eddie said: I think the tutorial needs more information, there are so many tweaks in the 3D that I feel lost without enough information, it might be good for pros but not for beginners. eddie said: Go to Illustrator and expand all strokes and unite them in the pathfinder when needed, then copy everything and paste in Photoshop as Smart Object. Kwame Nyame said: Gud works, im learning much Joanne said: Every time I try to make 3d extrusion photo says it can't be done as they the layer is to complex. Is there a setting I need to change S Hedley said: Wow fantastic work Aureliatronquet said: thanks for sharing mr.craig! Danielthomassin said: MERCI BEAUCOUP!