Brushed metal is always a cool effect to pull off in Photoshop. And after you’ve created your steel texture, what better place to use it than to produce beveled steel type?
Make your text look like it’s been around the block… or two! Call it weathered, grungy, or distressed, or what have you
Photoshop’s Transform> Perspective command is grayed out when you have a type layer active in the Layers palette.
One of the most requested features has finally made it to Photoshop with the release of Photoshop CS.
One such question came in yesterday concerning curved type reflected off a surface. Once I wrapped my brain around it the answer was/is very simple, so we’ll tackle it here.
Let’s say you want to create some text that looks as though it is disappearing off into the distance. If you notice, you cannot transform text with perspective transform function.
This week we are going to look at creating a text effect using the new scatter brush option. This effect is simple to create and its not limited to text
With Halloween right around the corner, it’s time to start dressing things up. And nothing quite says “Happy Halloween” like some slimy letters sliding down the wall.