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revised How To Achieve This 3D-ish, bubble-ish Look
Merged the answers 'cause all of the grief I've been getting... (^_^)
Jul
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revised How to slightly rotate my photography images with a little twist of 3d perspective?
Added example link
Jul
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revised Perspective manipulation
Merged answers.
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comment How to slightly rotate my photography images with a little twist of 3d perspective?
A simple transform is destructive, converting the layer to a 3D Postcard keeps the layer editable. Say the layer had some other elements, like a "On Sale" button, you could go into the 3D Postcard and remove the button and then re-render out the final (with the same angle, etc). The Perspective Transform is a 2D trick that is destructive. So I ask you, why wouldn't you use the 3D tools for the transform? Here is an example in a similar question: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/8204/…
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revised How To Achieve This 3D-ish, bubble-ish Look
added 118 characters in body
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comment How To Achieve This 3D-ish, bubble-ish Look
The steps are explained in the first answer. Make Vector shape, Convert to 3D, Modify Caps, Apply Material, and Render. It's the answer with the -1 cause apparently people don't read completely. (^_^)
Jul
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comment Semi-transparent button that changes color based on backgound
And here's a few pure CSS methods: 1. tympanus.net/Tutorials/CSSButtonsPseudoElements 2. nova-fusion.com/2011/06/05/making-a-3d-button-in-css 3. onextrapixel.com/2011/09/14/… and a list of other tutorials: webresourcesdepot.com/… Cheers!
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awarded  Editor
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answered Semi-transparent button that changes color based on backgound
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answered Perspective manipulation
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answered How To Achieve This 3D-ish, bubble-ish Look
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awarded  Autobiographer
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answered Looking for a tool to annotate the Web page mockups I am given with sizing info before I craft HTML/CSS for them
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answered How to slightly rotate my photography images with a little twist of 3d perspective?