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Here we are going to create a teaser poster and do some crazy font stuff to create some creepy text. Create a new document with these settings. Now choose a font like Adobe Jensen Pro and type a line of your title. Each line of text yo...
1. Start with a new document (CTRL+N). The dimensions of the document aren't important, just make sure you have a black background 2. Type your text, use a font such as SLAYER, rather thin and horror like and give it a white color Select the text layer and hit...
The one thing that most beginning graphics artists have troubles with is the text of their image. I'm here to help out.
This week we are actually going to do something. This technique is really simple and you will see it all the time in design both for print and the web. It is not confined to text either. Look around and you w...
First type some text, use some kind of thick font. Rasterize your text layer. Control+Click (Mac: Command+Click) on your text layer to make a selection. Go to Select>Modify>Contract, enter 2pixels for the value and press OK. Fill your selection with white color and then go to Filter>Blur...
I learned this really simple technique from my cousin, so many ThX (as always) to him. Open Photoshop, cause now it's your turn to learn it.. 1. Create a new document and typ your text, make sure it's big and thick, there's no place here for thin fonts... Here...
This is a variation of the common fire tutorial. Start out by creating a new document with black background. The image mode should be RGB. Write your text in white. Your have to have some space for the text to rotate it. ...
Open a new window with: Width:120pixels Height:120pixels Resolution: 72 pixels/inch Mode: RGB color Contents:White Type a big letter inside, in my case I have typed "at" sign with Caflisch Script font with a size of 200pixels. Next rasterize the type layer by right clicking and choosi...
In this tutorial you will learn how to create rusty style.
1. Create a new document (CTRL+N), type your text, I used the font DonteFont and give it a black color, make it big enough, I used 150, leave the background white for a better result 2. The only thing you'll be using is the Blending Options, so go ahead and ...