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Icy Beer Text Effect Creation
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
To create style text for drinks, you can apply liquid effect to your text. For other different drinks e.g. beer, you can directly use beer to fill up your text to turn it like a glass of beer on each word.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create some flawless patterns, which we will use to create some amazing backgrounds that you can use for your desktop, websites, posters…whatever you want. The great thing about patterns is that once you get comfortable with them, they can be an important part of your Photoshop arsenal.
There are various text effects on the internet. To create an outstanding one, it is uneasy. This style text is created mainly using layer style functions. You can design your own text effect based on similar procedure plus your adjustment.
Different styled 3D text effects can be used to match with different sort of topics. This refined 3D text effect can suitably match with your clean and simple background. In addition, most of steps are done in blend mode setting, so it is easy to learn.
In this tutorial, it is going to go over various techniques you may have seen before, as well as a bulk of techniques that may be new to you. After you have completed this intense walk though, you should be able to explore even more new ways of creating typefaces as well as other types of ideas.
For dark backgrounds, you can use glazing effect to stand out your text. It is a bit easier to create this effect rather than others as most of the steps can be straightly followed this tutorial through adjusting the setting in blending options. Color and brightness of the text can be designed to fit your design.
There are thousand of text effects, but many of them are very normal. To design some outstanding text effects, you better look at more samples to inspire yourself. This golden text is a nice idea and suitable for some treasury topic.
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.