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Plastic Jelly Styles
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
In this tutorial we’ll be using layer styles to make a plastic-gel type style that you can easily apply to text and shapes.Then make a elliptical selection using the selection tool and hit delete as shown .
For bright and warm background, it is ideally to be applied this transparent text effect as the text would not distract your reader too much. You can also choose some style fonts as initiation for your style text creation.
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 will show you how to create a “Dramatic Typograpic Text Effect”. This is combined tutorial of cinema 4d and photoshop. The background is made by photoshop. If you would like to make the whole thing by photoshop, you just simply need to refer our previous tutorials to learn the text creation.
This is a strong and eye-catching text effect, though relatively simple to create. We will use techniques including bevel and emboss styles, pattern overlays, and combining different techniques to mock-up the text into a related background.
If you can pay attention to general stuff or action, you will find lots of stuff to be very interesting. You may pour your milk or juice everyday. It is such a great idea to apply this on your text or art works using photoshop. The skills are not complicate.
In this tutorial It will show you how to create a sort of grunge poster. We will learn how to make some elements look a bit dirty, create textures and add some depths to the elements using shadows and blend modes. This time we use that filter to create stains in our design a totally different approach like when we used it creating light effects.
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.