Even when you are an experienced Adobe Photoshop user, it’s always nice and useful to learn about new tricks and techniques, which help you to improve your professional skills. As nothing in this world stands on the same place, a lot of handy tutorials are appear daily on the web. And we are as usually try to pick up the best material for our readers and always search for new stuff to share with you. This article shares with you 50 Creative Photoshop Text Effect Tutorials.
This tutorial will explain how to create a sharp fold text effect, by converting the Text layer into a Shape layer, adding and moving a couple of anchor points, and using a simple Gradient Fill with different Blend Modes.
This tutorial will explain how to use the Opacity texture map to create a ribbon-wrapped 3D text effect in Photoshop CS5 environment. Then, it will explain how to create the confetti brush and its layer styles.
This tutorial will explain how to create delicious frosted cookies text effect. You’ll learn some useful tips for using layer styles, filters, and brushes while creating the various elements of the “cookies”.
This tutorial will explain how to use layer styles to create a nice bright retro text effect. Then, it will explain how to use a couple of brushes to add the stroke, some sparkles, and retro line decorations to the Background.
This tutorial explains how to use Layer Styles to create a metal text effect, and then add a very nice decoration texture using only a couple of filters, without the need for brushes or texture images. After that, some adjustment layers will be added to give the final effect an aged look.
This tutorial explains how to create a simple pattern, then how to use it along with a couple of layer styles to make a chocolate bar like text effect. It then explains how to modify a simple brush to add a nice filling to the text, and finally, adding some adjustment layers to complete the effect.
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.