I have been trying out the new Photoshop CS6 Extended lately.
It has been all well until I stumbled on the 3D stuff. I have been trying to replicate a same design that I can do in CS5 Extended which is - "Making a selection on a 3D shape and deform the specific area".
It is well documented here for CS5 Extended. "Understanding internal constraints"
But now in CS6, I can't find any options to drag the constraint, or the side, strength and angle parameters you get in CS5.
Am I missing something?
You are correct in noticing that those internal constraint manipulations are no longer available in CS6. Still available is the ability to add, delete, and change the type (Inactive, Active, Hole) of internal constraints.
Thanks for the quick response!
Ahhhh I really love those, any reasons why Photoshop took it out?
I am wondering will I be able to perform a similar trick with CS6 now? eg: deform a selected area within a 3D shape.