In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial, I’m going to walk you through the process of creating a retro text effect inspired by the title art for the Superman comics. Old comic book titles featured some really simple but effective text styles, often with faux-3D effects, bright colors, and thick black outlines. It’s a graphic style that’s
In today’s Photoshop tutorial, I’m going to walk you through the process of creating a vibrant ’80s style neon chrome text effect. This ultra-radical style uses the most intense RGB colors available to create the brightest, fluorescent effect that smoothly transitions through a variety of hues. We’ll use Photoshop layer styles to create the basis
In today’s Photoshop tutorial, I’m going to walk you through the process of creating a melting liquid RGB text effect with a retro 80s aesthetic with its vibrant colors and grainy textures. This effect is ideal for creating poster art or a retro-futuristic style album cover design. We’ll use a few simple tools in Photoshop
Find out how to Create a Colourful Retro-Fashion ‘Rainbow’ Textual content Impact in Adobe Illustrator
Follow today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial to create a colorful text effect that consists of a stack of text elements that go through the color spectrum to create a rainbow effect. This text style has a certain retro feel to it. This is the effect you might see on an old VHS tape box or branded
In today's video tutorial, I'll show you how to create a vintage movie title text effect using Photoshop's 3D tools. This style of classic movie titles is reminiscent of old black and white films from the 20s, 30s and 40s. Most of the hard work is done by Photoshop's 3D functionality. Just one configuration of
The Reshape command in Photoshop, which repeats the previous adjustment each time the link is pressed, has many uses. However, one of my favorites is creating 3D text effects. By overlaying multiple copies of a text element with a basic bevel and emboss layer style, you can simulate a simple three-dimensional appearance with shading effects.
I've been admiring the label work on vintage insurance cards lately. These old documents were originally created by hand by handwriter who illustrated the front page with elaborate lettering and detailed embellishments. Carefully illustrating works of art like this by hand is a dying art form that would have required years of training as a