Posts Tagged ‘Text’
If you have ever watched a sporting event on television, you have probably noticed some of the 3D graphics that television networks use during the programming. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create your own "Sports Center" inspired graphics using Photoshop CS6′s 3D capabilities combined with Filter Forge. In the process, we will show you how to use several tools including basic shapes, gradients, patterns, and textures. Let’s get started!Tutorial AssetsThe following assets were used during the production of this tutorial.Sci-Fi Mega Metal 1 by Ronjonie3 Way Color Correction by TinkerpixelMister Belvedere Font.Gradient-shapes for Photoshop by Ilnanny.Metal...Read More
Colorful gradients, lens flares, and textures are essential elements any 1980′s inspired artwork. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use Photoshop’s 3D tools to create a 1980s inspired text effect. Let’s get started!Tutorial AssetsYou will need the following assets to complete this tutorial. Please download them before you begin. If they are not available, you will need to find alternatives.Geomancy font.Texture 376 by Sirius-sdz.Lightning texture by GBCPL.OF Flare // Conspiracy 3 by Vascan.1. Creating and Converting TextStep 1Create a new 1152 x 864 px document, and fill the Background with Black. Then, create the text in All...Read More
Layer Styles are a powerful feature in Photoshop that can help you achieve brilliant effects easily and quickly. Layering those styles is a great way to add dimension and details to the effect. This tutorial will show you how you can do that, and use it to create a space-inspired text effect. Final Image Tutorial Details Program: Adobe Photoshop CS6 (CS3+ versions will work as well) Estimated Completion Time: 50 minutes Difficulty: Intermediate Tutorial Resources Garnet font. Space Dust Texture. Metal Mesh Patterns – Pack 1. gradient-shapes for Photoshop. Brushed Steel Metallic Texture. (Note: Before you begin the tutorial, open this image in Photoshop, then go...Read More
In this tutorial, we will explain how to use the vector editing and 3D capabilities of Photoshop to create rubber and glass 3D text. In the process, we will show you how to create the materials, modify the lighting, render the scene, and finally, how to enhance the color of the final result. Let’s get started!Tutorial AssetsThe following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. Please download them before you begin. If assets are not available you may need to find alternatives.Righteous font.Noisy pattern by Mladjan Antic.Wood pattern by Alexey Usoltsev.1. Create the Text and the Main ShapeStep...Read More
Whіlе Photoshop іѕ wеll-knοwn аѕ a photo editor, mοѕt people probably don’t realize thаt іt аlѕο includes ѕοmе powerful video editing features, аѕ well. In thіѕ tutorial, wе wіll ѕhοw уου hοw tο υѕе Photoshop’s Timeline Panel tο animate Type layers. Lеt’s gеt ѕtаrtеd!