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Awesome Old Style Design in Photoshop
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
The 80’s have always had an iconic impact on Pop Culture. This is just a basic design to get you started, and Adobe Photoshop is all that’s required (and very few stock images). And of course, a lot of modifications can be done with this technique.
In this tutorial, it will show you how you can make a stylized 3D textured text effect using various textures to give it a unique look. It will be giving you the step by step instructions along with the links to the resources & stuffs used. Of course, you can adjust your words with different color and letter.
In this tutorial we are going to take our text and turn it into an inlay in an old brick wall. To start off, lets create a brick-colored background. A small black border of 10 pixels, and included my domain name are added. Here is how mine turned out.
In this tutorial, it will show you the processes of creating a purple lighting text effect in Photoshop. It will use a handwriting font, combine it with nebula and fire textures to form the final effect. We will also be using some selection and image adjustment techniques along the way.
In this tutorial, it will explain how to use the vector editing and 3D capabilities of Photoshop to create 3D puzzle text. In the process, we will show you how to create the materials, modify the lighting, render the scene, and finally, how to enhance the color of the final result.
There are various text effects on the internet. To create an outstanding one, it is uneasy. This style text is created mainly using layer style functions. You can design your own text effect based on similar procedure plus your adjustment.
There are thousands of text effects, but to be special, Photoshop’s 3D environment shall be used, for it has multiple tools and settings to create great 3D effects. This tutorial will show you how to use those tools and play around with the settings to create a shiny, elegant, white and gold, 3D text effect. Let’s get started!