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Awesome Papercraft Text Effect
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
In this tutorial, it will show your an awesome papercraft text effect. This tutorial is a bit long since a lot of steps have been involved. However, it is worthwhile to have a go. As you may be inspired after accomplishing this.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you the process of creating text effect in a natural sky in Photoshop. You will learn a few trick to render a nice and unique 3D text effect and apply various fruits around it. It will use a number filter to add some extra effect for this text.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to create your own cyber graphics using Photoshop CS6′s 3D capabilities combined with Filter Forge. In the process, we will show you how to use several tools including basic shapes, gradients, patterns, and textures.
There are various ways you can turn your text into something special. If you think 3D effect applying to your text which is not good enough, you can add a little bit of design element like colorful tape using photoshop brushes.
This tutorial will show you how to create some letters, convert them to shapes, exclude them from rounded rectangles, then apply a simple layer style to create lovely vintage looking tiles. Then, a nice action will be applied to enhance the coloring of the final result.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create the 3D text shape and give it a high quality metal look using pure Photoshop. If you want to add some flat text to this image, make sure it’s going towards the perspective. Also, try to discover your own use for this 3D typography by experimenting with colors and lights.
In this tutorial we are going to take some very basic principles of light and shade to make a rather impressive looking text effect. Finally we duplicate the top lighting layer one more time and set it to opacity, then click the Add Layer Mask button on the layers palette again and draw a linear white to black gradient from top left to bottom right. This makes the extra lighting layer fade off as it goes down right.