3d text in Photoshop can be tough, especially making a really nice looking composition. I have looked around the web and I have seen a lot of 3D text that is 3D, but it doesn’t quite blow you away. Below you will see 10 different ways to make 3d text that are stunning.
Click on each title to view the tutorial on how to make that effect. You can click on the images themselves to see a larger version of the image.
1. 3d text with a splash of awesome
Stunning 3d text in Photoshop with a realistic water effect
2. Shiny colorful 3d text
Create this stunning colorful and shiny text effect with this Photoshop tutorial
3. Realistic Grassy 3d text
Create this visually engaging nature themed 3d text effect
4. Ice Flavored 3d text poster
Create this delicious thirst quenching ice 3d text effect
5. Explosive 3d text design
3d text effect that is so explosive, when your boss sees it you might get a raise
6. Shockingly real 3d text
Why is there a huge piece of text on my couch? Find out in this...
Would you like to know how to create this effect in 5 minutes? Well it is a pretty easy effect to create. This tutorial should give you some ideas on how you can layer color with some photoshop effects to create interesting images for backgrounds or desktops or for use in designs.
Final Color Effect
The image below is the starting point for this effect. It should come of some surprise that we are using this flower graphic. In reality you can use any kind of image with a lot of dark and light areas, so if you want to go ahead and use an image of your choosing. If you download the tutorial file at the end of this tutorial, you will find the same flower image used here. (Flower photographed by me and can be found in larger sizes here: flower graphic).
Original Flower graphic
Open the flower image in Photoshop. To get ready for this tutorial, ensure your Toolbar and Options bar are showing by going to the “Window” menu and then make sure “Tools”, “Options”...
Resizing images in photoshop is a subject that a lot of people ask questions about. Resizing is very easy with the newer versions of Photoshop.
The correct way to resize an image is through the Image Size window. Go to the main menu then [Image->Image Size] a window with various settings will appear:
When resizing an image you need to determine whether you are enlarging it or reducing it’s size. Using the wrong settings for either can result in non-optimum image resizing.
1. Ensure that the “Constrain Proportions” settings is checked “on”
This will ensure that when you resize your image, it won’t get stretched in any way while resizing the image. If you want to change the image proportions, you can do this later using the crop tool or the canvas size window which I will mention later in this tutorial.
2. Ensure the “Resample Image” setting is checked “on”
When Resample Image is set to on your image actually changes size when...
I ran across a great resource for anyone who has a website (most everyone these days). The resource is a website that analyzes your website in minutes. I found it extremely revealing with regard my websites and how I can improve them.
Most SEO analyzing websites spit out a ton of confusing information that can be overwhelming if you are just trying to get some pointers on what to adjust or where your site can be improved.
Additionally, I just ran across a web client of mine who was asking a lot of questions about how to improve their website, I went through their site and gave them a list of things to improve. I later found this resource, tried it out and found gave similar instructions that a real person would give.
The website is websitegrader.com.
Website Grader will ask you for various information, but all you have to enter is your website url and a report will be generated pretty fast. Below are some of the pieces of information they give you about your site.
Metadata, alt tags...
I am releasing these free wood textures for use in designs. These are High-Resolution and are under the Creative Commons License. All of these textures are original and Photographed by me. If you use my textures, please link to my site.
These textures can be downloaded in different sizes by clicking on the links below.
Free Texture: Cross section of a wood log.
Free Texture: Detail of the top part of an old whiskey barrel.
Free Texture: Detail of an old red barn.
Free Texture: High detail of uncoated wood.
Free Texture: High detail of dark rough tree bark.
Free Texture: Varnished aged wood paneling.