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Create a Lighting Retro Text Effect
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
There are many text effects, retro text can be applied and suited for many different backgrounds. You can also adjust the style and color to suit for your topics and scenarios.
If you are bored of your text, or you find them are too monotonic, you can create some nice text with multi color. It is easy and simple. However, you have to be aware that your background should be dim or dark in order to stand out the color of your text.
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.
Nice text effect always requires to have a nice background plus font design. It is a complicate task to design some nice text with a perfect background. If you would like to have a nice production, you can refer more on quality text effect tutorials.
Text effect could be made from a tree or an animal. Have you even thought that the text can be based on the buildings or a city. This city based text effect is originated from the a famous movie – “Inception”. The idea can be suitably applied into some imaginative backgrounds.
In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to make the Transformers movie text effect while learning to create 3D text and apply a series of layer styles. For the final image a reflection is added by duplicating the text and 3d layers, merging them, flipping them vertically, dropping the opacity to 30% and then adding a gradient layer mask.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Photoshop CC’s 3D capabilities to create a mason jars-inspired jar from scratch. Then, you’ll modify its material Settings to give it a golden metallic spray painted appearance, and add some embossed text on it using Bump maps. You’ll then add the jar(s) created to a simple scene, and modify the final outcome in a couple more steps.