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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 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.
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.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you how to convert text to a path and how to stitch that path using a custom brush set. To create this, you have to pick the right background (cloth texture) to match the text. You can also apply this style of text into lots of area such as on your T-shirt photo.
There are thousands of text effects, but to be special, Photoshop’s 3D environment shall be used, for it has multiple tools and settings to create great 3D effects. This tutorial will show you how to use those tools and play around with the settings to create a shiny, elegant, white and gold, 3D text effect. Let’s get started!
Nice text effect always requires to have a nice background plus font design. It is a complicate task to design some nice text with a perfect background. If you would like to have a nice production, you can refer more on quality text effect tutorials.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Photoshop CC’s 3D capabilities to create a mason jars-inspired jar from scratch. Then, you’ll modify its material Settings to give it a golden metallic spray painted appearance, and add some embossed text on it using Bump maps. You’ll then add the jar(s) created to a simple scene, and modify the final outcome in a couple more steps.