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How To Create A Gold Text Effect In Photoshop
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
One of the best features in Photoshop is the Layer Styles. We can create all sorts of effects – plastic, glass, water, icy, metallc, and many more. In this tutorial I will show you how to create a gold text effect. Sometimes just changing some values can create a totally different effect. For this tutorial I created gold, but if you change the gradient color to variations of grey you will have silver instead of gold.
When you are fed of using image as your artwork, you can have a try on the 3D text art creation. It is equally challenging to the traditional image art or painting, as it is difficult to apply a rich content into this kind of arts.
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.
This tutorial will illustrate you to design retro style text on a poster. To start, the text has been applied with few colors and with a texture paper as a background. You can also add a extra object – a type writer to stand out your text. Of course, you can add something else in your design.
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.
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.
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.