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How To Create 3D Blocks Background In Photoshop

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3D blocks look impressive when they are used as background in an image. You can use these blocks as part of your strategy to convey a message.

Follow these steps to create 3D blocks background in photoshop

Step-1

Create New Document by clicking on the File menu, and fill all the design requirements such as width, height and bleed.

Step - 1 (Create 3D Blocks Background In Photoshop)

Step-2

Get blank New Document to create 3D design

Step - 2 (Create 3D Blocks Background In Photoshop)

Step-3

Go to Filter menu and select Render and then Clouds. This way, you get the layer 1 of the design. You can also select black front in the white Stroke icon to get black space outside of the document.

Step - 3 (Create 3D Blocks Background In Photoshop)

Step-4

Now visit the Filter menu again and select Feeder and then Mezzotint. Set the type to short lines.

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Step-5

Visit Filter menu once again and click on Blur and then on Radial Blur and click OK.

Step - 5 (How To Create 3D Blocks Background In Photoshop)

Step-6

On getting the Radial blur menu, set the amount to 100 and select Zoom as blur method. Select Best under the quality.

Step - 6 (How To Create 3D Blocks)

Step-7

From Filter menu come to the Stylize and then to Extrude

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Step-8

Fill your design requirements in the Extrude menu. Here, we selected the type as Blocks and the size the blocks is 30 pixels, then choose the depth of the blocks.

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Step-9

After filling the parameters on the Extrude menu, you get the following image as a layer 1 of the design.

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Step-10

You can incorporate some shades on the image

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Step-11

Now as a last step, give some colors to the 3D design. Select Hue/Saturation and pick up the right hue and saturation of your choice to get the final design.

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