Updated on 16 Feb 2013 : 25 Interesting Photoshop Text Effect Tutorials
There are thousands of Photoshop tutorials out there, but few that are top-notch in terms of instructions, presentation – and of course – outcome. In this post, you’ll find 30 beautiful, high-quality Adobe Photoshop tutorials from top tutorial sites and designers like PSDTUTS, PSHERO, and Abduzeedo regarding different interesting text effects. Some of these useful text effects include the Grass Effect, the Bubble Effect, the Gold Text Effect, the Water Color Effect and the Retro Text Effect. Let us discover that how the following tutorials can help you have a better grip on every one of this.
Use the Pen Tool and a lot of patience to create this excellent grass effect.
This beginner-level tutorial allows you to create text that glows.
Learn about the concepts behind lighting and shading to make your text stand out.
This is PSDTUT’s rendition of the popular glass text effect.
A classic text effect that rarely turns out classy (instead of gaudy and cheesy).
Uses some basic Layer Styles like Bevel and Emboss to create a cold text effect.
Set your text on fire with the Smudge Tool and some layer masking.
Using wood textures and some layer masks, you can create this “wooden inlay” effect.
Learn about the Brushes Palette to achieve a water-color painting effect.
Find out how to create this “Sugar Bag” effect using basic Layer Styles and selections.
This tutorial shows you how to create an stiched effect using a custom brush set.
This is PhotoshopStar’s rendition of this popular pop-culture text effect.
Use a load of Layer Styles to create this text effect seen in the film “Bee Movie”.
Create a quick and sleek “Web 2.0″ feel with this easy Photoshop tutorial.
Learn how to create a translucent text effect.
Quickly create this “dreamy” text effect using some basic Layer Styles.
Create this layered, glowing effect by separating the text in individual layers and a white to transparent gradient layer to get this cool, colorful glowing text effect.
This is another quick tutorial on how to make this text effect using layer styles.
This tutorial shows a way to apply the halftone effect to the background of your text.
Create your own digital grafitti by following this excellent tutorial from PSD Learning.
This is PSD Learning’s beautiful take on the relatively “old-school” scan line technique.
This tutorial uses both Photoshop and Illustrator to create a retro look.
This tutorial from psdfan shows you how you can apply this popular effect on text.
Can’t afford real bling-bling? Make some digital ones with this quick tutorial.