Wrap a 2D Image onto a 3D Cylinder in Photoshop
Today we answer a viewer question from the TipSquirrel mailbag: How do I wrap a 2D image onto a 3D cylinder in Photoshop? For an existing file or JPG image, the solution isn’t difficult, but as with all things Photoshop, there are a number of ways to accomplish this task.
In this video, I explore how to wrap a 2D image onto a 3D cylinder that has been created as a mesh preset (there are a couple of ways to do it), and also how to add the same layer onto a cylinder that has been created as an extrusion.
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Hi Michael, Very clear. Many thanks for putting that together. Q? a) How do I remove the cylinder? b) and just keep the label? so I can then paste said label onto a photograph of a glass bottle. Thanks. Mark