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Apply Dramatic Fire Effect on Text using Photoshop
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
To stand out your text and your word, it is a good idea to apply some nice effects or turn it into art words. In this tutorial, you will take step-by-step to learn how to color dodge, take flame images using channels and much more to achieve this fire 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 will show you the steps used to create this leafy text effect in Photoshop. You will see the use of tree bark texture to form the basis of the text, then applying leaf texture over the text. You will utilise the chalk brush, various selection tools, image adjustments and basic dodge/burn effect.
In this tutorial we’re going to use some super layer effects and a bit of extra magic to make a lettering style that looks transparent and stunning. It’s best to place them on the most highlighted parts of the Q to make it look like they are sparkles from those highlights.
Learn how to make any inspirational message look more meaningful by turning it into a 3D typography poster. In this Photoshop tutorial, you will how to create striking 3D gold text, add reflections with image-based lighting, create a drywall background from scratch, and position your lights using an easy method.
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.
Type art is popular at the moment for all sorts of reasons – and it’s a highly versatile skill to have. You can use illustrated lettering in projects ranging from posters to brochures – making it a great technique to add to your creative toolset.
Textured work tends to be more and more popular, but more recently a ‘new retro’ style that’s captured the imagination. The general idea is to create a vision of the future from the past. This effect is good for all sorts of design such as flyers, websites and posters.