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In this tutorial, this tutorial demonstrates how to create elegant 3D type without using a CG suite such as Cinema 4D or Maya. Instead, it uses the 3D tools in the Extended version of Photoshop CS6.
This tutorial will show you how to create some letters, convert them to shapes, exclude them from rounded rectangles, then apply a simple layer style to create lovely vintage looking tiles. Then, a nice action will be applied to enhance the coloring of the final result.
Seasons or weathers are always popular topics for web designers. Special weather topics are required special text style to suit for. Therefore, this snowing typography design can provide you some hints when you carry out your typography designs.
It uses a little Illustrator for the text and a lot of Photoshop to burn up the screen! Although it looks complicated the process is actually very straight forward. I used only three or four filters, brushes and of course the Layer Styles. As always, the idea is to play around with Photoshop to get your own unique results.
In this tutorial, it aimed to teach you how to achieve the all important glowing effect for the texts. Here we will create a style the designer named it into ‘Scanline Text’ which is basically text which glows like bright scanlines, with a smart reflection as well. You can go through this, then using the idea for your own text.
In this tutorial, it will show you how you can make a stylized 3D textured text effect using various textures to give it a unique look. It will be giving you the step by step instructions along with the links to the resources & stuffs used. Of course, you can adjust your words with different color and letter.
This tutorial shows the way to create the Diablo III Inspired Grunge Text Effect. It is very nice and simple. Most of the steps, it is just within the blending mode. Special art skill is not really needed. Just have a try to create your own words!