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Design an Elegant Typographic Art using Photoshop
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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.
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.
Using some simple fonts, you can turn them into a nice word art by adding simple effects. Fracturing effect is a great idea to turn your font to be special. The idea is to apply a fracturing background to your text plus color adjustment. You can also add shine on the text’s edge.
In this Photoshop tutorial we will be using the Wind and Ripple filters along with some tricky rotation to create some truely electrifying text. Fill this selection with black by clicking on the foreground color in the Tool palette and dragging the selector to black.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to make 6 different effects using just layer styles. But, we just focus on the golden text. It uses an Outer Bevel on top of a fat Stroke to create the highlights. Then when we place the other layer on top they come together to make a lovely gold effect!
When you would like to stand out your words in your home page/other area, the simplest way is just to bold it. If you would like to have some design effects or make it to be more attractiveness, you can use this flashing text effect.
The 3D Environment in Photoshop CS6 is a great way to create amazing 3D text effects without the need for any other 3D software. This tutorial will explain how to use the many tools and settings to create an elegant 3D text art.
Type art is popular at the moment for all sorts of reasons – and it’s a highly versatile skill to have. You can use illustrated lettering in projects ranging from posters to brochures – making it a great technique to add to your creative toolset.