Making stylish 3d text in Photoshop

In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a 3D text effect using layer styles in Photoshop.

Step 1. Take a new file 400×400 pixels., Resolution (resolution) 72 dpi in RGB mode.

Step 2. Fill the background with gray. Then select the tool Text (type tool) and create white text.

Step 3. PAsterize a layer — right-click on the text layer, select the rasterize layer, then press CTRL + T, and rotate the text layer as you like.

Step 4. Go to the Blending Options and apply the following settings.

Inner shadow:

Embossing / Bevel:

Gradient overlay:

Step 5. Make a copy of the text layer. To do this, right-click on the layer with the text on the layers palette, select “Create duplicate layer” in the drop-down menu. Now right-click on the copy of the text layer, in the drop-down menu, select “Clear layer style”. After making sure that you have selected the Move tool and that the copy of the text layer is active, press the down arrow 4 times on the keyboard.

Step 6. Go to the Blending Options and apply the following settings.

Inner shadow:

Stamping / bevel:


Gradient overlay:

Your image will look like the image below.

You are done! Play with the Brush Tool for a more interesting effect!

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