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Amazing Explosion 3D Words in Photoshop
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In this tutorial, the tutorial will show you how to create a very cool poster in just 10 steps. We will use Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, but you may use other tools.
There are various of text effects. To create an outstanding one, it is not easy. Sometimes, using a natural resource as an idea can stand out your design. Here will show you how to turn a capital letter “A” into ice status.
In this quick Photoshop tutorial we’ll be recreating the ‘Bee movie’. The last thing we really need to do is add ‘Movie’ underneath the main text, but in a smaller font size. You can simply duplicate your main text here, size it down and change the letters, but the layer styles will actually need a little tweaking.
For your dim or dark background, you may consider to use laser text effect to make your title. This will go through with you to use simple Shadow, Glow, and Satin layer effects with a simple brush to create a hazy bright purple glow text effect.
To stand out your words, you usually would like to use your own design for your text rather than use the traditional font. Here is a nice text effect sample. You can further develop your own words based on change the color or adjust the settings.
Fire text is one of the most classic technique that you can see in Photoshop tutorials. This tutorial is going to show you another version here using some real fire images, mix with filters and blending methods.
To make some nice 3D words, you can choose to design the 3D words using 3DS max and then using Photoshop to do the effect adjustment and editing. This tutorial will bring you to next level to design the 3D words with using these softwares.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps to design this abstract text effect with pen tool and grunge brush decoration in Photoshop. Along the way, you can practice using Pen Tool to draw some nice hair-like lines, as well as apply grunge brushsets for some cool abstract effect for our texts.