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Create a Multi-Colored Text Effect in Photoshop
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
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.
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.
As we push further into autumn (in some parts of the world) many designers might be thinking about how to create autumn-inspired artwork for the projects they are working on. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create text made of hay using Photoshop’s 3D features as an aid. Let’s get started!
Another shocking movie “TRON” is coming up. An amazing text design has been used for their poster. They have used laser text effect to present their latest technology as the movie topic. This tutorial has combined Cinema 4D, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to form the nice text.
There are various text effects. Some of them are very special. As they are trying to simulate something such as fire & water etc. In this tutorial, it is going to present you how to create an excellent icy text.
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.
There are thousands of text effects, but to be special, Photoshop’s 3D environment shall be used, for it has multiple tools and settings to create great 3D effects. This tutorial will show you how to use those tools and play around with the settings to create a shiny, elegant, white and gold, 3D text effect. Let’s get started!