We cannot escape typography; it’s everywhere on the web. In most modern designs it is used to not only present information but also be read by the users. Today we’re going to take a look at 40 stunning typographic posters, along with step-by-step Photoshop tutorials which can enrich your design skills and improve the quality of your works.
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31-3D typographic effects in Photoshop Nik Ainley of Shiny Binary shows you how to add the wow factor to 3D text using Photoshop’s art tools.
32-Dramatic Text on Fire Effect in Photoshop This tutorial will show you how to use a photograph of fire to set text to the match. You’ll render the look on a nice dark background with a gorgeous text effect to complete the image.
33-Create a Spectacular Grass Text Effect in Photoshop This tutorial will show you how to create a rather cool looking grass-text effect using a photo of grass, the pen tool and a bit of patience.
34-Smooth Glass Type Create some nice looking translucent glass type that’ll work great on any background, made completely with layer styles.
35-3D Bulge Text Effect tutorial Create an awesome 3D text effect with various photoshop filters (Plastic wrap, Blur, Sharpen) and other tricks that will make you a text effect master!
36-Decorating Text Creating text and then decorating it is often a daunting task, not knowing what colors to use and how to achieve effective results with the resources you have is often hard to overcome.
39-A Slick Supernatural Text Effect This tutorial we’ll be creating a smoky night effect on text to give it an eerie supernatural sort of feel. It’s a good exercise in using the Wave distortion filter.
40-Simple Burnt-in Text Effect How to make some simple, yet very nice looking burnt text
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