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Create a Dramatic Typograpic Text Effect
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a “Dramatic Typograpic Text Effect”. This is combined tutorial of cinema 4d and photoshop. The background is made by photoshop. If you would like to make the whole thing by photoshop, you just simply need to refer our previous tutorials to learn the text creation.
It is not very common to use purple as a main color for your text because you may find the color to be deep which may not be able to attract your reader. However, if you add a little bit of works on your text such as shiny and glossy effect. The story would be completely different.
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.
Different art productions require different sorts of typography. To unique your web design layout, the overall design should be unique and full of your style. In addition, the typography plays the important role either. This tutorial just introduces you a nice typography for your own words production.
This tutorial will show you how to use Photoshop CC’s Shape Attributes and 3D capabilities to create a simple, yet sophisticated 3D letters on a shelf text effect. The focus is on creating the shapes, working with the materials, and modifying the lighting in order to get the soft, kind of vintage looking final result.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you the steps to create this unique beautiful text effect based on rock in Photoshop. It will show you an interesting way to place the rocks and join them together with simple line-drawing techniques.
This tutorial will show you a super easy way to create a glossy candy cane inspired text effect using a bunch of Layer Styles. The effect is fully editable, so you can change the text it’s applied to any time without the need to recreate the effect itself.