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Create a 3D Ribbon Wrap-Around Effect (Plus a Free PSD!) With the holidays are right around the corner, I though it might be fun to create a tutorial on the popular 3d Wrap-Around Ribbon effect that has been popping up so much this year. This is a great way to add depth to your designs, and it's pretty darn easy to complete. I'll show you some examples of it in action around the web, walk you through the creation techniques in Adobe Photoshop, and then explain the different approaches to coding it. Examples of The 3D Ribbon in Action Before we dive into the tutorial, let's take a look at a handful of sites that are using this effect.
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