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3D typographic effects in Photoshop
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
In this tutorial, the type-effects shows how to create the above image. The key is to create the letters in a 3D package first as individual characters, then bring them into Photoshop for further post work.This example has a few more details, but you can take it much further.
There are various text effects. Some of them are very special. As they are trying to simulate something such as fire & water etc. In this tutorial, it is going to present you how to create an excellent icy text.
Different background or topic would need different styles of text effect to be applied to. There are some standard text effects on the market, somehow, professional designers always design their tailor-made text effect.
When you would like to stand out your words in your home page/other area, the simplest way is just to bold it. If you would like to have some design effects or make it to be more attractiveness, you can use this flashing text effect.
Text effect can be difficult to make. Text is a simple object that you may need to spend more time to work out with other nice background and objects. This tutorial will show you some tactics and skills to produce a nice text artwork.
In this tutorial, it is sure to test your knowledge on Illustrator, Cinema 4D and Photoshop. This is going to customize a Blackletter font and create 3D text with vector shapes. Although it sounds lots to do, as long as you follow this tutorial. you will find it useful.
To make your 3D text effect to be outstanding, you have to figure out a new idea to make it to be unusual. Using lighting and some pattern as a background, they can drive the whole scene to be extraordinary. Of course, you can think of something new to apply.
This tutorial will explain how to use multiple Layer Styles to create a velvety glossy glittering red text effect. Then, using some more Layer Styles and a simple brush, that text will be surrounded with melting ice. It is an easy, very wintry-looking effect, that uses mainly the power of Photoshop’s Layer Styles.