13 Awesome Photoshop 3D Text Tutorials

September 19th, 2009 Posted in Photoshop

We all are very well aware with the role of Typography in any design and most of us don’t even think of an artwork without any text on it. There are number of amazing ways we are using typography in our designs and 3D Text is the one of the best option available which most of the designers are choosing in designs today. Today, we are here with some awesome 3D Text Tutorials based on Photoshop and Illustrator and doesn’t require any advanced 3D software as not all of us own these softwares, nor aware how to use them.

So, here’s a list of 13 Awesome Photoshop 3D Text Tutorials. I hope you like them all!

1. Slick 3D Ice Text Effect

3D Text Tutorial which is an amazing combination of Illustrator’s 3D capabilities and Photoshop’s texturing. In the steps you will learn some pretty helpful techniques and tricks all while designing your own slick 3D ice text effect.

2. 3D Toy Text Tutorial

This one is new 3D text tutorial published in August 2009 and based on newer versions on Illustrator and Photoshop. Create your own 3D text design in 18 easy steps without having to use any 3D program. All you need is Adobe Illustrator CS2 and Adobe Photoshop CS2 (or higher).

3. 3D Typography In Photoshop

A nice output as you can see in the final result. According to writer, The completion of this effect will probably take around 8 hours collectively; however, once learned, the process shall be pretty easy and fast to replicate. Even though it is extensive, nevertheless it will be very fun and insightful.

4. Create Stunning And Bold 3D Text

An awesome 44 detailed steps tutorial done by Tyler Denis for SixRevisions based on two most popular design softwares, used by almost every designer out there, Illustrator and Photoshop.

5. 3D Transparent Glass Text Effect

A short and sweet tutorial which covers only 11 steps to create a 3D transparent glass text effect. 11 detailed steps, use of 2 texture and the result is here.

6. 3D Text Scene Using Photoshop

In this tutorial you will learn to create a realistic 3D text scene using Photoshop with a little help from Illustrator for the 3D text.

7. Stunning 3D Effect In 30 Minutes

Wanna try out your Photoshop skills to create a stunning 3D effect in just 30 minutes? you should go for this. Amazing tutorial to created a 3D cold ice effect in photoshop with a help of Illustrator or Xara3D.

8. Soft Stylized 3D Typography Tutorial

An awesome 3D text tutorial by psdtuts which requires no advanced 3D software. In this tutorial you will learn the basics of creating polished 3D type using illustrator and Photoshop.

9. 3D Text Effect – 2009

Another awesome Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop tutorial to created amazing 3D Text Effect. Just follow few simple steps and you are done.

10. 3D Text With Some Extreme Lighting

Another great tutorial on 3D Text by Tyler Denis something similar to he has done for SixReivions but with some extreme lighting effect.

11. Metal 3D Text In Photoshop

This tutorial will show you how to create the 3D text shape and give it a high quality metal look using pure Photoshop.

12. 3D Magnetic A

A pure Photoshop tutorial to create an amazing 3D Magnetic Text Effect. Just follow 30 detailed steps and compare your output.

13. Light And Shades For 3D Text

In this tutorial you will learn some very basic principles of light and shade to make a rather impressive-looking text effect. The end text result looks like real 3D and slick.

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4 Responses to “13 Awesome Photoshop 3D Text Tutorials”

  1. Carl Smart Says:

    Great post

  2. rory Says:

    These look awesome, some real Don work here.

    13. Light And Shades For 3D Text is an old friend of mine, really nice final visual. But 10. 3D Text With Some Extreme Lighting is the ultimate Don, stylised to the max, digging every grain of that image.

    Thanks for sharing baby!

  3. http://presretac.com Says:

    nice effect

  4. Nitin Says:

    great effects

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