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For this tutorial we’re going to use a little bit of 3D Studio Max, so make sure you have it and that you know your basics before you start. And there you have exploding text.
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.
Text is a a substantial element to every site. Therefore, lots of designers are working on different text effects to suit for different site styles. Here the designers apply different shapes to fill in the text body to form this effect.
In this tutorial, it will show you the processes of creating a purple lighting text effect in Photoshop. It will use a handwriting font, combine it with nebula and fire textures to form the final effect. We will also be using some selection and image adjustment techniques along the way.
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.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps used to create this leafy text effect in Photoshop. You will see the use of tree bark texture to form the basis of the text, then applying leaf texture over the text. You will utilise the chalk brush, various selection tools, image adjustments and basic dodge/burn effect.
What’s better than honey and bread? Well, honey on toast! This tutorial will show you a simple way of modifying a bread stock photo, and using a couple of Layer Styles with some useful tricks, to create a golden syrupy honey-on-bread inspired text effect.