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Making a 3D Golden Text Printed on the Jar
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Photoshop CC’s 3D capabilities to create a mason jars-inspired jar from scratch. Then, you’ll modify its material Settings to give it a golden metallic spray painted appearance, and add some embossed text on it using Bump maps. You’ll then add the jar(s) created to a simple scene, and modify the final outcome in a couple more steps.
To make your 3D text effect to be outstanding, you have to figure out a new idea to make it to be unusual. Using lighting and some pattern as a background, they can drive the whole scene to be extraordinary. Of course, you can think of something new to apply.
In this tutorial, it will show you the processes of creating an abstract style, shattered text effect with metal scraps in Photoshop. You will use just one scrap metal stock image and build the text effect based on it. Methods including image adjustments, selection, brush painting will be used in this tutorial.
In this tutorial, we will create a realistic 3D text scene with desert background using Photoshop with a little help from Illustrator for the 3D text. Sometimes, it is nice to put the text with different natural backgrounds. To do this, you need to have medium to advanced knowledge of Photoshop in order to complete this tutorial.
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.
This is to give you an idea to create a facial text art. It is a bit different to what you have seen in the past. Text effect or artwork can be outstanding as long as you have good idea. You can try to create some texts based on this or make other creative artworks.
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.