Adobe Photoshop - Text Effects
Source photoshopstar »
Alright, hereís a quick and easy way how to make some nice golden text. I know this tutorial isnít the most unique or special thing around, but I thought Iíd make a nice, quick and easy tutorial for you.
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The Bevel and Emboss layer style has gotten a pretty bad name for itself over the past few years, mainly because of the way new Photoshop users use it so strongly. Some people will say there is no use for the Bevel and Emboss layer style, but I see it everywhere these days, especially out in shops on product labels, etc. In this Photoshop tutorial youíll learn how to make some simple but effective gold text with just a few layer styles, but the main effect comes from Bevel and Emboss.
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Source photoshopstar »
n this nice and easy tutorial Iím going to be teaching you how to make a metallic, industrial-style text effect, using layer styles mainly, but also filters to make nice after-effects.
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Source ilike2photoshop.blogspot »
This Photoshop tutorial will teach you how to create a light beam text effect. This tutorial is similar to the ice text effect tutorial and require a variety of different filters.
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Source magnusfx »
Hey guys, this is Rob, I'm a new writer here at MagnusFx. In this article Iím going to teach you how to create a simple yet awesome ďJuicyĒ text effect. Lets begin!
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Source 9tuts »
In this tutorial I am going to show you how to make a really cool, modern text effect but quite simple, mostly using layer styles.
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Source brushes.obsidiandawn »
There are a few tutorials out there already showing how to make text appear embroidered. So, why another, you ask? What makes this one different? Well, when you embroider something, the edges of that object are not going to be completely straight or flush. There will be "bumps" from where each stitch of thread on that line ends. Sure if you work with very small threads, you can minimize that bumpiness, but it will still be there, no matter how small. So, this tutorial will help to give that text an embroidered texture within the text itself, but also will have those bumpy edges to complete the embroidery effect. It can be used for text, as I've shown here, or really for any other shape/design, as well.
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Source tutorialwiz »
This tutorial is a result of a few filters and tricks. Useful for creating a unique logo for your website.
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Source biorust »
Lets face it - rubber stamps are an amazingly quick and easy way of marking something in real life, but recreating them in Photoshop is a little more difficult. Unlike real media, the electronic canvas does not have creases, folds, and underlying texture to distort the ink. Neither does an electronic stamp have problems with ink adherence, creating a unique effect every time it is used. That is not to say, of course, that Photoshop cannot reproduce these little nuances of real media. The aim of this tutorial is to describe a simple method to create grunge brushes, and to detail how these brushes can be used to reproduce realism in our rubber-stamped logos. Interested? Read on...
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