If you are looking to quickly create 3D boxes, you can in Photoscape. In photoscape, you can take any image or photo and quickly turn it into a 3D box. You also have many box options to choose from. In this tutorial, I will show you how to create 3D boxes in just a few simple steps using Photoscape. Load your Photoscape program and open the editor section.
Loading the Image or Photo You Want to Turn into a 3D Box
Your first step is to load the image or photo that you want to turn into a 3D box. You can do this by selecting the folder in the panel on the right. That will show thumbnails of everything in that folder in the bottom panel. Look for the image or the photo you want to use and click it. Once it is clicked, it will load in the panel on the right.
Opening Your 3D Box Options in Photoscape
Next, you will need to open your 3D box options. At the bottom of your panel, you will see the different tabs. Look for the Home tab and click it. In this section, you are going to see a Filter button with an arrow. Click the arrow on the Filter button to open your filter options. In this menu, you are going to see the Make a Box option with an arrow. Placing your mouse on Make a Box will open the 3D box options.
Applying a 3D Box Style to Your Photo or Image
To apply a 3D box style to your photo or image, you will need to select one of the options in the menu you just opened. The menu will close and you will see the image or photo turn into a box. You may want to try the different box options to find the one you want to use. After applying a box, you can undo it by clicking the Undo button in the bottom panel. Then you can open the filter menu again, and select another box to apply. You can continue doing this until you have found the 3D box style you want to use.
When you are finished creating your box, you can save the box to your computer by clicking the Save button in the bottom panel.