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Amazing 3D Crash Text Effect in Photoshop
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a 3D crash text effect. This effect is made in two programs, Cinema 4D and Photoshop. If you haven’t heard of Cinema 4D before it is a relatively easy to use 3d application, it is quite similar to 3dsMax.
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.
Text effect is very important that can improve your overall design appearance. If you would like to create a even more professional text effect, you can use illustrator to initiate your text design, then use photoshop for color and lighting adjustment.
Little difference can turn something to be dramatic. Text can be used as expression and also can be an artwork. This is going to show you to design some octopus style text effect. You may use this idea to develop whatever you like to be your text artwork.
If you would like to add a nice text effect for your simple background, you can apply this edging effect for your text. It is nice to use this effect to match with some dark backgrounds. The edge can be changed to suit for your design.
Different background or topic would need different styles of text effect to be applied to. There are some standard text effects on the market, somehow, professional designers always design their tailor-made text effect.
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, the type-effects shows how to create the above image. The key is to create the letters in a 3D package first as individual characters, then bring them into Photoshop for further post work.This example has a few more details, but you can take it much further.