Your Favourite Photoshop Tutorials in One Place
Making a 3D Ice Effect for Text in Photoshop
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a 3D ice text effect using Modo to sculpt the 3D models and Photoshop for texturing and post-production.
Using some simple fonts, you can turn them into a nice word art by adding simple effects. Fracturing effect is a great idea to turn your font to be special. The idea is to apply a fracturing background to your text plus color adjustment. You can also add shine on the text’s edge.
This tutorial shows the way to create the Diablo III Inspired Grunge Text Effect. It is very nice and simple. Most of the steps, it is just within the blending mode. Special art skill is not really needed. Just have a try to create your own words!
Different art productions require different sorts of typography. To unique your web design layout, the overall design should be unique and full of your style. In addition, the typography plays the important role either. This tutorial just introduces you a nice typography for your own words production.
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.
There are various ways you can turn your text into something special. If you think 3D effect applying to your text which is not good enough, you can add a little bit of design element like colorful tape using photoshop brushes.
This tutorial will show you how to use the duplicate with transformation technique to create a piece of 3D text, and then use a bunch of different layer styles to achieve a glowing metal text effect using patterns with different glow and texture settings .
In this tutorial, it is sure to test your knowledge on Illustrator, Cinema 4D and Photoshop. This is going to customize a Blackletter font and create 3D text with vector shapes. Although it sounds lots to do, as long as you follow this tutorial. you will find it useful.