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I need help with 3D images

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Hey! I am currently trying to make 2D images 3D. I know how to extrude them but there is one problem: I want the gray side ("Extrusion Material") to have the same colors as the pickaxe (like on the second picture), how do I do that?Screenshot 2020-11-07 170810.pngnullpickaxe.png

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I need help with 3D images

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Hey! I am currently trying to make 2D images 3D. I know how to extrude them but there is one problem: I want the gray side ("Extrusion Material") to have the same colors as the pickaxe (like on the second picture), how do I do that?Screenshot 2020-11-07 170810.pngnullpickaxe.png

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May I get an answer please?

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Have you clicked on the extrusion material in the layers panel, then edited it in the properties panel?

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Yes but I can't get it to look like on the second picture in my post. 

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With your extrusion material selected, go to the properties panel and click as shown below.

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That will open a psb file with the extrusion unwrapped i.e. as a flat surface. Paint it as you require, then close and save the psb to update the model.

 

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Thank you, I will try that 🙂

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