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How to Make a Metallic Text Effect
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
- Photoshop is recommended for this tutorial -
This tutorial will show you how to use the duplicate with transformation technique to create a piece of 3D text, and then use a bunch of different layer styles to achieve a glowing metal text effect using patterns with different glow and texture settings .
To stand out your word or text, it is always nice to apply some special effects for it. Burning is one of the greatest effect you can think of. And this tutorial, it will show you a simple way to create a super burning effect for the text.
Different topic requires different photoshop text effect to match with. This text creation is particularly suitable for fashion and stylish background. The techniques mainly include lighting and adding style pattern, not much photoshop technique is required.
This is a strong and eye-catching text effect, though relatively simple to create. We will use techniques including bevel and emboss styles, pattern overlays, and combining different techniques to mock-up the text into a related background.
If you want to be a good designer and would like to invent some new stuff, everything surround you could be a good idea as an initiation for your new design like this tutorial. It proves that a good design does not need to be complicate.
Metal text effect can be widely applied for machinery related topics. The main idea of this text effect is to add some metal scratches at behind of the text plus some blending option setting adjustments, then it is done.
In this tutorial, it is going to show you how to design a Sky Logo. You can choose other words for this design. This design is initiated with few texts “SKY”. Then you start to edit the texture, choose color and finalize it by adjusting the blending mode.
In this Photoshop tutorial we will be using the Wind and Ripple filters along with some tricky rotation to create some truely electrifying text. Fill this selection with black by clicking on the foreground color in the Tool palette and dragging the selector to black.