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Here we’re going to show you how to create a grungy rusted carbon fiber text effect using a couple patterns from Webtreats ETC . Step #1 First you will need to download the two textures below and convert them into photoshop patterns for later. To do this simply open each image then go to EDIT >> DEFINE PATTERN in the menu. Alternatively, if you’ve downloaded the source files at the end of this post, simply install the included (.pat) pattern set by double clicking on it.) Step #2
Here we’re going to show you how to create the image below – an elegant brushed silver text effect immersed in an abstract reflective watery scene.
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In the following tutorial you can learn how to create "wooden text". Using the 3D Extrude and Bevel Tool combined with some clever gradients and layer effects you can make this great effect that’s perfect for text and symbols alike. Step 1 Create a 700 by 300px document.
In this Photoshop Basics tutorial, we’ll learn how to create some interesting text layouts using custom shapes as text frames ! In other words, we’ll be drawing a shape using one of the custom shapes that ship with Photoshop, but rather than filling the shape with color as we normally would, we’ll fill it with text! Here’s an example of the effect we’ll be learning to create. The background image (without the text) is available from the Fotolia image library. Of course, you can use a different image if you prefer, or simply create a new Photoshop document with a white background to use as you follow along: A heart shape, rotated slightly and filled with text.
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Funky, abstract text effects can yield incredibly stunning results. Whether they’re fiery and explosive, cool and sleek, retro, or intricate vector compositions, the techniques used in abstract text effects are applicable across nearly all fields of design. In this tutorial, you’ll learn step by step, with a plethora of details and screenshots, how to create an awesome funky text effect.
Wired Magazine introduced on the September 2008 issue a new headline design created by Mario Hugo . This cool headline design struck me with its beauty and simplicity. So I decided to turn this effect into a Photoshop tutorial. Although the effect is a bit different, all credit should be given to Mario Hugo. Since he designed a custom typeface for these headlines, I had to find some similar typefaces to apply this effect. The first and obvious choice was the popular Baby Teeth font.
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After writing the articles about the creation of an inset effect on text in Photoshop , followed by how to create this same effect in Illustrator , I received the request from Josephine if I wouldn't mind explaining how I created the textured background of the graphic used in that article. Here is how I did this… The textured background