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Design a Natural Fire Effect for Text in Photoshop
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
Fire text is one of the most classic technique that you can see in Photoshop tutorials. This tutorial is going to show you another version here using some real fire images, mix with filters and blending methods.
There are different types of Word arts on the internet. However, it is difficult to find a suitable site for yourself. Using text art could enhance your overall design significantly. Here is a good example for your reference.
This Photoshop tutorial is going to present you to create an awesome distorted type design. Using a range of Photoshop brushes we’ll create the appearance of printed type that has come into contact with drops of water, breaking up the text with oversaturated drips, runs and splats.
Except improveing your text content, you can also turn your word into arts such as using arts word or adding effect in. In this quick and easy graphic design tutorial, you are going to learn a handy process for generating eye-grabbing three-dimensional typography with the help of Photoshop and some creative techniques.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you the process of creating text effect in a natural sky in Photoshop. You will learn a few trick to render a nice and unique 3D text effect and apply various fruits around it. It will use a number filter to add some extra effect for this text.
This tutorial will show you how to create realistic clouds text effect in Photoshop. We will use images for the Earth Day background, bold font, and textured clouds brushes to achieve this effect. The background will form the foundation of the text, whereas the clouds will be used to create the realistic clouds around the text.
In this tutorial we are going to take some very basic principles of light and shade to make a rather impressive looking text effect. Finally we duplicate the top lighting layer one more time and set it to opacity, then click the Add Layer Mask button on the layers palette again and draw a linear white to black gradient from top left to bottom right. This makes the extra lighting layer fade off as it goes down right.