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Video Tutorial: How To Create a Vintage Movie Title Text Effect in Adobe Photoshop

In today’s video tutorial I’ll show you how to create a vintage movie title text effect with the help of Photoshop‘s 3D tools. This style of classic film titles is reminiscent of old black and white movies from the 20s, 30s and 40s. Most of the hard work is done by Photoshop’s 3D functionality. Just some configuration of the settings is all that’s required to produce the three-dimensional effects and the chamfered text face, along with low key lighting and shadows.

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How to Create 3D Text Effects in Photoshop with the “Transform Again” Technique

The “Transform Again” command in Photoshop that repeats the previous adjustment with every press of the shortcut has many uses, but one of my favourites is to create faux 3D text effects. By layering up several copies of a text element with a basic Bevel and Emboss layer style, you can simulate a simple three-dimensional appearance complete with shading effects. Apply some additional layer styles and you can soon transform a basic piece of text into colourful artwork that leaps from the screen.

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All the Mockups You Could Ever Need for Just $29 (Save 99%!)

When you present your design work through a computer screen, you just don’t get the full tactile experience as you do when holding a physical product in your hand. Mockup Templates help bridge the gap by simulating how your designs would look in the real world, which helps put your work in context. This new Versatile Mockups Library contains useful mockups for almost any item, including books, posters, t-shirts, prints, and even pillows! It also contains some extensive scene creators, which allow you to build a whole environment around your designs to present it in a real brand setting. With 99% off the total $2561 value, it’s a truly incredible offer at just $29!

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Video Tutorial: Easily Create Retro Landscapes with an 80s Aesthetic

Today’s video is a reproduction of last month’s written tutorial on how to create your own retro landscape scenes with the help of a huge 80s inspired toolbox named NeonWave. Sci-fi landscape scenes featuring Tron-style grids, mountain scenes, and a vibrant sunrise is a popular aesthetic that is associated with art and design from the 80s. The artwork I will be creating in this tutorial has been made using just a handful of items from NeonWave. I’ll show you how to compose the elements, produce complementary elements from scratch, and apply the all-important lighting effects directly in Photoshop.

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Felicity – A Serif Font Family for Access All Areas Members

This week Access All Areas members have a superb serif font to download, courtesy of Fenotype. Felicity is a tightly cut heavyweight display serif that comes in two weights and is packed with loads of OpenType features, such as Discretionary Ligatures, Stylistic, Titling or Swash Alternates. Felicity is also equipped with Contextual Alternates and Standard Ligatures that prevents letters from colliding.

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Free Photoshop Action to Turn Anything into Gold in Photoshop

Turn anything into gold with the help of my free Action for Adobe Photoshop! With the click of a button, this Action will play a series of adjustments that give an image a shiny appearance with yellowy hues that mimic solid gold. Upon playing the Action it will ask you to make a selection of your subject before continuing to processing the effect with various Photoshop tools and filters.