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You can use the 3D Extrude tool to get that result. Create your text Duplicate the text layer 3D > New 3D Extrusion from Selected layer In the 3D panel, select your object. In Properties Panel, deselect "Cast Shadows" and "Catch Shadows". Set the Extrusion Depth to 2500 (you can play with the value here) Back in the 3D panel, Shift+click all the ...


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I don't think I really understood the description. If you want to make a circle just like the one in your first example, you could do it this way. Draw a circle with the Ellipse tool. Make sure it's a Shape. Cmd + C ( Copy ) - Makes a copy of the Path you just made for the Shape Cmd + V ( Paste ) - Duplicates the Path Cmd + T ( Free transform ) - To ...


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The 3rd method on the page you posted is probably going to be the winner for you, but there are ways to 'cheat'. Whichever way you do it you could take some short-cuts, though they do come with a price. Firstly, we have to take into account that we're using vanishing point perspective. For this we need to decide on the vanishing point. For upper case text ...


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Right Click the value to change the units:


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This is called the Options panel


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Just click inside the selection area with one of the selection tools. Alternatively, try Select > Deselect.


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Create one of your spokes inside a circle with no fill or stroke (this is so you can rotate around the center of the circle) Apply the Transform effect (Effect → Transform & Distort → Transform...) with an angle that is a divisor of 360 and enough copies to fill 360 degrees.


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What if you create a mask? Instead of deleting that portion you just change the color to the lighter green.


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Open "Levels" and zoom in as close as you can on one of the incorrect pixels. Using the Black Eye Dropper within the Levels window, click on the bad pixel. It will change all pixels of that color (and darker) to pure black.


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Your first example is set to draw dixels, which draws on a layer the size of the full canvas. What you need to do is set you rectangle to draw as a shape layer. With the tool selected, choose Shape from the dropdown in the options bar.


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You need to work on the same layer as the circle, in this case. If you want to keep the circle for reference, then clone that layer and hide the original. Work on the cloned layer of the circle and use your eraser to punch a hole in it.


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I posted a link before for 4 different techniques at how to create those effects just like Google does, in an article by a Google designer. But the one relevant to this question the most is as follows: Create the solid shape(s) you wish to add tints and highlights to (in our case, the orange). Lock the layer. Add two layers above the first. Label ...


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Rasterise the first layer which has 50% soft light Convert it to smart object by selecting the layer>Right click>Convert to SmartObject Do the same to the next layer Select both layers and merge. Hope this work for you. Cheers



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