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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 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.
You may be fed up with the normal text art and font. It is also not easy to find one to suit for your site style. Explosion effect for the text can match with varies style of content. You can base on the original design to develop your own creation.
If you want to create some nice text effect, you do not need to be a Photoshop expert. In this tutorial, you just need to follow the guide to adjust the settings in layer property. The colour can be adjusted to your own style.
In this tutorial, it will show you simply create an awesome burning text effect in photoshop. It is based on the real fire photo plus a rusty photo backgrounds. Using easy combination techniques, the nice text effect can be formed.
It may be difficult for you to pick a suitable text effect for space. However, this retro text effect is implemented using brushes and layer style settings so that you can follow this easily and adjust the color to suit for different purpose backgrounds.
This tutorial is a great exercise in using the dodge and burn tool as well as working with selections. Take a white to black gradient set to radial, and drag a gradient from the left side of the X where the reflection appears on the X to about 200 pixels past where the reflection leaves on other side of the X.
The tutorial will show you to create matrix effect. This effect could probably be improved by using more text layers, especially the smaller ones, and varying the spacing more but at the moment I don’t really care to go back and rewrite the tut for it.