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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, it will show the processes involved in designing and creating this really cool, Wonderfully Coloring Text in Photoshop. This is a simple tutorial, not much special techniques are required. Hope you will like it!
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.
Design some nice text effect could be very challenging as you need to figure out how to use different kinds of text to match with different background nicely. This creation has arranged some 3D stone texts on a grass field which makes the scene so differently.
This tutorial will show you how to use Photoshop CS6’s Shape Attributes and 3D capabilities to create an elegant royal 3D text effect. It will guide you through modifying the shape settings, working on the 3D elements, creating the different materials, Adjusting the lights, and modifying the rendered result.
Lots of text effect can be straightly followed. This shining text effect is not the exception. Most of steps are done in blending options. To suit your background or your design, you can adjust it with different colors and setting to form a new result.
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.
The tutorial will show you to create matrix effect. This effect could probably be improved by using more text layers, especially the smaller ones, and varying the spacing more but at the moment I don’t really care to go back and rewrite the tut for it.