Extrude Image in Photoshop CS6

Edited by Freya, Alexander Avdeev, Eng

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Steps

  1. 1
    To begin, we should either create a new document or open an existing one
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    There is another VisiHow video on how to do that. A document has already been opened in this video.
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    We must check if we selected the layer that we will be working with at the right-hand side
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    There is only one layer in this video.
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  3. 3
    We click "Filter"
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  4. 4
    We move our mouse cursor to "Stylize"
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  5. 5
    We go across and click "Extrude..." to bring up a new window
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    We can select the type of extrusion.
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    We can click "Blocks" or "Pyramids" in "Type"
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    It can be quite a different effect, depending on our image. Let's select "Blocks".
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    We can select pixel size
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    Let's type "90" in the input box next to "Size:".
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    In "Depth", we can click the input field and type a number
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    We can leave the default value as well.
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    We can select either "Level-based" or "Random" for the "Depth"
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    We can click "Solid Front Faces" and "Mask Incomplete Blocks" as well if we want
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    This will give more blocks to the image. In this video, we deselect both options.
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    We click "OK" to apply the effect to our canvas
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    We will see that it is a really interesting effect that has blocks.
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    We press "Ctrl"+"Z" to undo
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    We click "Filter", move to "Stylize", and click "Extrude..." to try again with "Pyramids"
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    To see that it is quite a different approach.
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    We are going to select "Pyramids" and leave all of the remaining information the same
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    It is worth experimenting.
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    Then, we click "OK" to apply the effect to the canvas
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Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Freya

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