Extrude Image in Photoshop CS6
Edited by Freya, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show you how you can extrude an image in Photoshop CS6 in Windows 7.
To begin, we should either create a new document or open an existing one. There is another VisiHow video on how to do that. A document has already been opened in this video.
We must check if we selected the layer that we will be working with at the right-hand side. There is only one layer in this video.
We move our mouse cursor to "Stylize".
We go across and click "Extrude..." to bring up a new window. We can select the type of extrusion.
We can click "Blocks" or "Pyramids" in "Type". It can be quite a different effect, depending on our image. Let's select "Blocks".
We can select pixel size. Let's type "90" in the input box next to "Size:".
In "Depth", we can click the input field and type a number. We can leave the default value as well.
We can select either "Level-based" or "Random" for the "Depth".
We can click "Solid Front Faces" and "Mask Incomplete Blocks" as well if we want. This will give more blocks to the image. In this video, we deselect both options.
We click "OK" to apply the effect to our canvas. We will see that it is a really interesting effect that has blocks.
We press "Ctrl"+"Z" to undo.
We click "Filter", move to "Stylize", and click "Extrude..." to try again with "Pyramids". To see that it is quite a different approach.
We are going to select "Pyramids" and leave all of the remaining information the same. It is worth experimenting.
Then, we click "OK" to apply the effect to the canvas.
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Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Freya