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Create a Fabulous Roping Text Effect
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
To initiate your greatest design, your idea have to be unique and fabulous. The design does not need to be complicate. Using simple techniques, you can wrap and change the shape of your rope to form a nice text.
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.
Learn how to create a 3D brick typography in Photoshop using a free 3D action maker. We will combine the brick text effect with different images to create a surreal photo manipulation. Based on the same idea, you can use other textures like wood for example to create your own interesting text effects.
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.
This tutorial shows the way to create the Diablo III Inspired Grunge Text Effect. It is very nice and simple. Most of the steps, it is just within the blending mode. Special art skill is not really needed. Just have a try to create your own words!
In this tutorial, it will show you how to take command of layer blending modes and masks, and employ simple but highly effective tricks to generate light sources, shadows and add depth to your work. This style is a bit special, as lots of art elements have been added.
This tutorial is going to present you the 3D text effects with a growing and awesome design trend. They can add angles, lighting and interest that many 2D text effects can’t bring. Here is an awesome Showcase of 3D Typography.
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.