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Dramatic Text Effect Creation in Photoshop Tutorial
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
You may feel bored to use normal text for your document or paper work. To produce something different, you can use some nice text effect for your wording. This tutorial is simple and nice, as most of the steps are done in “layer style”. No special techniques are required.
This tutorial will show you how to use Photoshop CC’s Shape Attributes and 3D capabilities to create a simple, yet sophisticated 3D letters on a shelf text effect. The focus is on creating the shapes, working with the materials, and modifying the lighting in order to get the soft, kind of vintage looking final result.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to project typography onto a complex surface. It will start with some basic text, give it a little perspective, place it into an image (an abstract composition in this case, but the techniques involved are universally applicable) and apply some effects to add depth and a sense of movement.
In this tutorial, it is going to go over various techniques you may have seen before, as well as a bulk of techniques that may be new to you. After you have completed this intense walk though, you should be able to explore even more new ways of creating typefaces as well as other types of ideas.
To stand out your text, you can apply some effects like word art or lighting effect. These effects are very common and easy. If you would like to create something different or even more outstanding, you can have a go on this glass broken effect.
Most of nice text effect would include various skills and techniques to result some good color mixing, shadow or glassy effects, but they may contain complicate processes. However, this tutorial mainly rely on the blending modes for the text creation process. You can then easily straightly follow.
To create this effect we will be cutting buildings and repositioning them, in which, you have to line up the buildings flawlessly, blend them together and then alter the lighting, to give the illusion that this is how they were constructed. To accomplish this task, we will use a combination of layer masks and adjustment layers, with some cutting and selection methods.