1. Create letter shapes
Create a document with a size of 1,500 by 1,500 pixels, and in the font Insaniburger write the first letter of the word in any color. At the same time, the font size does not matter, since we can change the scale when converting text to a 3D grid.
After creating the text, go to Text> Convert To Curves. Or call the context menu by right-clicking on the text layer and select the appropriate item:
Duplicate the text layer, rename the copy, and select the Site Selection tool.
In the upper panel, change the value of the Fill property to None. Continue reading
Timeline Panel Overview
By opening the timeline panel (Window> Timeline), you can choose one of two types of timeline: video and frame animation. The latter is intended for frame-by-frame animation. This panel works by converting layers in the layer panel to individual frames. I will not go into details on this timeline; instead, I would like to focus on the video timeline:
Photoshop has two timelines. (Larger version)
Timeline for video
The timeline for the video allows you to create keyframes animations in which you can define key points along the timeline, and Photoshop will interpret the frames in between in a continuous animation. Let’s create a simple animation to see how it works: Continue reading