The Mockingjay Movie Poster Photoshop Tutorial
In this tutorial, we’re going to recreate the Mockingjay movie poster. We’ll use 3D in Photoshop to create the wings and the ring and to create the fire. We’ll use the Flame generator.
As you will see in the video, this is an improved remake of my Catching Fire movie poster tutorial, which I created for my friend Ildefonso Segura, who runs one of the biggest Photoshop YouTube channels in Spanish. You can check out that video here (in Spanish): http://youtu.be/jRVnE2ZzXEU
Although some of the techniques used in this tutorial are similar to the Catching Fire tutorial, there are many more new techniques that I’m sure you’ll enjoy!
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I am 72 and have Photo Cs6 Extended but I don’t know how to Change the render block.
When I render I get a Little square with four smaller ones inside, but I have seen render blocks with 16 small Squares inside Making a 4×4 grid that seems to make the rendering Quicker. Please can you help? I am new to 3D.
I loved your tutorial using CC could you please do some for Cs6 extened.
The render blocks look different versions. However you can change the rendering speed by changing the quality of the render. In Preferences Panel (press Ctrl/Command K), go to the 3D tab and adjust the Ray Tracer quality. A lower quality will make render quicker.
Most of my Tutorials are in CS6, however I will always use the most current version, which is CC 2014 right now. But don’t worry, with CS6 you will be able to follow most of my tutorials without any problem. In tutorials where I show a new feature, like in this one, you may have to get creative to complete it all, but that will not always be the case.
Thanks for watching!
I’m following along while creating the same thing in photoshop before I try my own elements. I’m not new to photoshop but am new to the 3D aspect…
When I tried the first extrusion on the right wing it did not give me the bump texture options you have so I started again trying with the blob. I can follow exactly to the point of the bump but when I click the folder to the right of the bump slider, the only options given are ‘new texture’ and ‘load texture’. It also does not bring up a new tab as shown in the video.
Is there a step I’m missing? I’ve been going slowly and pausing the video often as each tiny step is done so I can follow with less mistakes.
Are you on CC? if not the options will be slightly different on CS6.
If you can create a new texture for the bump map then do so. Then edit that texture and apply all elements to that. If the wireframe is not on, enable it to help you place your bump map.
I was on cs6 but just upgraded to CC. I’ll try to follow along again… I’m pretty new to any 3D functions but have some ideas I’d like to do for a new Photoshop design using some 3D elements in it.
Awesome! well let me know if you get stuck.
Hi Jesús, I was looking for one tutorial about wings and I came across with this awesome one from you.
It’s a bit difficult but I’m willing to try it, I don’t know if I’ll get it. I have already suscrived to your Facebook and also to your webpage but I have a question. Where can I get the files to do it? I look forward to hearing you soon
I sent you an email, Jorge.