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Video Tip: Create 3D Floor Graphics with Photoshop

You can give your floor graphics the appearance of coming right out of the ground with this step-by-step video that walks you through manipulating your graphic using Photoshop.

shark attack!To create anamorphic art with a 3D illusion, you’ll need to download the LexJet Anamorphic PSD Template. You’ll use this along with your original graphic file to make the magic happen.

The video above shows you how to:

  • Size your graphic
  • Work with your graphic in the template file
  • Maintain image resolution
  • Morph the image to the proper perspective
  • Create a path for contour cutting
  • Save your ready-to-print file

Use a one-step, self-adhesive product like panoRama Walk & Wall for an easy-to-install, slip-resistant floor graphic that will really stop people in their tracks.

Shellie has more than 20 years of experience in the print publication industry as a content strategist, editor and writer. She has partnered with printing, photography and graphics professionals on a wide variety of publications and printing projects. At LexJet, she writes about customer experiences, industry trends, new products and the latest inkjet printing innovations.

6 Comments

  1. The Anamorphic PSD template is broken, might want to fix that. Cool idea!

  2. What is the point of saving the Illustrator path file? Is it being used in a cutting system? thanks

  3. Hey Shellie ,
    Thanks for the great template.
    I have one question please. I couldnt understand what Il need to enter in image size for the following outcome.
    I have fairly big image of an apple and I want to make it a 5cm tall on top of A4 print

    1.how should I enter the values
    2.Do I need to constraint Proportion in the image size
    3.It seems that on video the effect looks more real than real life any thoughts why is this happening?

    thanks a lot in advance

    • From our PhotoShop expert, here you go:
      1. Since you’d like the final image size to be 5cm tall, enter 5cm for the height.
      2. The image size width and height should be linked to constrain proportions
      3. The best effect depends on the position and angle you’re viewing the print. In the video we positioned our camera at the right place to give it the best 3D effect.

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