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Create an Elegant 3D Flowery Text Effect
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a 3D flowery text effect. It is like our recent text tutorials. Firstly, you need to create a simple background and 3D texts with a bit shadow. And, add a little creation at the end. However, the little change on the design can end up with a big difference.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to bring a simple text to life and place everything in fantastic, colored and glowing 3D space. Some neat techniques covered here will allow you to bring your art to the next level.
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.
One of the best features in Photoshop is the Layer Styles. We can create all sorts of effects – plastic, glass, water, icy, metallc, and many more. In this tutorial I will show you how to create a gold text effect. Sometimes just changing some values can create a totally different effect. For this tutorial I created gold, but if you change the gradient color to variations of grey you will have silver instead of gold.
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.
Different styled 3D text effects can be used to match with different sort of topics. This refined 3D text effect can suitably match with your clean and simple background. In addition, most of steps are done in blend mode setting, so it is easy to learn.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to project typography onto a complex surface. It will start with some basic text, give it a little perspective, place it into an image (an abstract composition in this case, but the techniques involved are universally applicable) and apply some effects to add depth and a sense of movement.