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Making a Word Art for Valentine’s Day
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
Valentine’s Day is coming. You may want to make something special for your lover. In this tutorial, we will combine Filter Forge and Photoshop to create a wood textured 3D text effect with a simple red glass heart.
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 make some nice 3D words, you can choose to design the 3D words using 3DS max and then using Photoshop to do the effect adjustment and editing. This tutorial will bring you to next level to design the 3D words with using these softwares.
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.
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 how to create this effect using very basic tools in photoshop and layering effects. This tutorial covered some simple steps and effects to achieve stylish results. The final image is as thumbnail.
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.
In this tutorial, it will show your an awesome papercraft text effect. This tutorial is a bit long since a lot of steps have been involved. However, it is worthwhile to have a go. As you may be inspired after accomplishing this.