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Free 3D Metal text action by Giallo86 Free 3D Metal text action by Giallo86

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Watch how this Action works!!CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VIDEO

This great and supereasy to use Photoshop Action allows you to create metallic texts and shapes!!

The final size is 1000 x 750 px by default but the Action is FULLY customizable and the final .psd as well.

INSIDE : the file .atn (Photoshop Action), instructions and a short guide with tips and tricks.

This item is very easy to use !! Just type test or draw a shape, rasterize the Layer, name it "Layer 1" and click Play!!

During the Action you can customize the perspective of the shape you're working with (the Action will stop automatically), and in a few seconds you'll have exactly the desidered effect!!

Watch how this Action works!!CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VIDEO

Check out my Other Files!!! [link]

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:iconcarlamlightel:
thank you,  I am going to enjoy this
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:iconrafak9:
rafak9 May 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Very useful, thank you so much
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Mahogi May 14, 2012  Hobbyist
I draw a simple line on the separate layer, follow instructions, click on "play" near 3d metal maker... And I get a message that "the object *layer* is not currently available".
I am getting this same message every time I try to do something... What can be wrong? :/
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:icongiallo86:
Giallo86 May 14, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Your Ps is probably not in english, you can easily change language [link]
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Mahogi May 14, 2012  Hobbyist
Thanks for the tip! :)
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Mahogi May 14, 2012  Hobbyist
Sorry to disturb! I did not think that it's a must to call a layer "Layer 1".
Is it somehow possible to achieve the same beautiful metallic result, without changing the name? Or it's the only way? (though I can rename it later)
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halcon2020 Mar 23, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
gracias nuevamente!
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:icongiallo86:
Giallo86 Sep 21, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
no problem :)
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4hellcat Aug 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
very good work, thank you :)
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