5 Cool and Fresh Photoshop Text Effects Tutorials

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5 Cool and Fresh Photoshop Text Effects Tutorials

Text effects seems to open up a can of creativity within artists that is unrivaled with any other aspect of graphic design. By taking the simplest form of text and a blank canvas you can create something amazing and at times awe-inspiring.
For today’s news round-up we have a small collection of amazing text effects and […]


Text effects seems to open up a can of creativity within artists that is unrivaled with any other aspect of graphic design. By taking the simplest form of text and a blank canvas you can create something amazing and at times awe-inspiring.

For today’s news round-up we have a small collection of amazing text effects and tutorials for Photoshop.

3D Typewriter Text

Photoshop Text Effects

In this tutorial you’ll create some 3d typewriter hammer keys in Illustrator and mix them together with some painting techniques and the Vanishing Point Filter in Photoshop to create a stylish multi-dimensional wallpaper.

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Photoshop Grungy Metal Effect

Photoshop Text Effects

In this tutorial you will learn how to create a text effect using textures from stock images. The final image is a grungy picture with text being illuminated in the dark.

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Jungle 3D text in Photoshop

Photoshop Text Effects

This is a hunourous Photoshop tutorial that explains how to create a 3D jungle text effect. You will firstly create the text in Xara3d and then Photoshop to texturize the letters using the animals’ skin.

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Retro-Style Text Effect in Cinema 4D and Photoshop

Photoshop Text Effects

For this tutorial you will learn how to create 3D text and merge it into a retro-style scene, using Illustrator for the text, Cinema4D to make the text 3D and finally Photoshop to bring it all together.

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3D explosion using the Brush and Smudge Tool

Photoshop Text Effects

In this tutorial you will learn how to create a 3D explosion using the Brush and Smudge Tool using Photoshop and its default settings. After creating the explosion, the tutorial also features a few steps guiding you on how to create and implement your own 3d text.

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By Paul Andrew (Speckyboy and [email protected]).

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