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Shiny Foil 3D Text Effect for 2014
Under Photoshop Tutorial, Text Effect
This tutorial will show you how to play around with the material settings to create a puffy shiny foil-textured 3D text effect. This effect will be used for making 2014.
If you are bored of your text, or you find them are too monotonic, you can create some nice text with multi color. It is easy and simple. However, you have to be aware that your background should be dim or dark in order to stand out the color of your text.
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.
In this tutorial, this will show you the steps to create this Trasparent Text Effect, mixing with Fresh Grass Texture and Cloud Brushset. You can use the text effect in a wide range of occasions – such as website header background, part of a natural themed design.
You have to download the tutorial. In this tutorial, it shows you how to create super 3D text in Photoshop. To begin with, you need to create the 3D text. Then, put the special texture for the text. It may not be necessary to follow this tutorial exactly, you can change it into the way you want.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to project typography onto a complex surface. It will start with some basic text, give it a little perspective, place it into an image (an abstract composition in this case, but the techniques involved are universally applicable) and apply some effects to add depth and a sense of movement.
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.