Create a Diablo III Inspired Text Effect in Photoshop Special free Technique


If you’re a big fan of playing video games, then you are probably aware of the release of Diablo III. The Diablo franchise has been a popular video game title for over a decade. In this tutorial, we will explain how to create a Diablo-inspired text effect in Photoshop. Let’s get started! Step 1 — Setting up your scene Before starting out in Photoshop, we’ll need to prepare our typography a little bit. Open a new document in illustrator, make it 20 x 7 inches. For the logotype, I’ll use a personally customized font. However, you can just use the Blade … Continue reading Create a Diablo III Inspired Text Effect in Photoshop Special free Technique

Photoshop Special free Technique: Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles


Step 1 Preparing assets and creating document. First create a new .PSD document, 600 x 400 pixels in RGB mode, 72 DPI with WHITE background color. Now prepare your assets. Install The Nautigal font into your computer and optionally open the .PAT file for creating background or use the Background Image instead of starting new document, so you can skip creating background and jump to step 3 of this tutorial. Step 2 Making Background. Go to Menu > Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below. You can also access Blending Options with two faster ways. … Continue reading Photoshop Special free Technique: Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles

60+Special free Technique for Photoshop Text Effect Tutorials


Photoshop Special free Technique: Ultra Glossy Text Effectgloss-img1a

Really shiny beveled text is cool, and eye catching. When I come across effects like this I always stop and try to identify the layer styles that were used to achieve the look. The fact is you can create a very complex look with just a few layer styles. In this Quick Tip, I’ll show you just how easy it can be.

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