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How to Design a Retro Style Text
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
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.
In this tutorial, it is going to demonstrate you to create a spectacular style text effect. Usually, 3d text with a little design is nice for illustration. You can create your styled text by changing colors or adding your elements in.
Textured work tends to be more and more popular, but more recently a ‘new retro’ style that’s captured the imagination. The general idea is to create a vision of the future from the past. This effect is good for all sorts of design such as flyers, websites and posters.
Except improveing your text content, you can also turn your word into arts such as using arts word or adding effect in. In this quick and easy graphic design tutorial, you are going to learn a handy process for generating eye-grabbing three-dimensional typography with the help of Photoshop and some creative techniques.
To stand out your word or text, it is always nice to apply some special effects for it. Burning is one of the greatest effect you can think of. And this tutorial, it will show you a simple way to create a super burning effect for the text.
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.
This tutorial will explain how to use multiple Layer Styles to create a velvety glossy glittering red text effect. Then, using some more Layer Styles and a simple brush, that text will be surrounded with melting ice. It is an easy, very wintry-looking effect, that uses mainly the power of Photoshop’s Layer Styles.