Create a Chrome 4x4 Vehicle Emblem Text Effect
In this tutorial you will learn how to add a simple chrome effect to your text using curves.
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By combining certain fonts and styles, you can create graphics reminiscent of the automobile emblems of the 1950's, also known as Brightwork. In this tutorial we will show you how to create a reflective, retro chrome emblem using Photoshop layer styles and a few selection tricks. Let's get started.
Are you in the mood for some glossy plastic and reflective chrome text effect? I bet you do. Chrome effects are very difficult to create because chrome has no color at all. It’s all about reflections. Glossy plastics are a bit easier, but tricky as well. So, let’s learn how some advanced Photoshop Layer Styles tricks to create some stunning chrome and plastic text effect.
Today, we are going to create a light Chrome Text Effect in Photoshop. Open up Photoshop and create a New Document. Name the document “Chrome Text” Set the width to 800px and the height to 400px. Keep the resolution size to 72dpi.
Chrome text effect tutorial in Photoshop cs6. In this Photoshop tutorial we will show you how to create perfect chrome text effect. In this tutorial we will demonstrate how to create a chrome text effect using layer styles in Photoshop.
Chrome text effects are used quite a lot in different design projects. This tutorial will show you how to use a couple of layer styles and texture images to create a very easy, 1950s-inspired, chrome text effect. Let's get started! Create a new 600 x 350 px document. Place (File > Place Embedded) the Vintage retro car interior image on top of the Background layer, and resize it as needed.
Adobe Photoshop Tutorial: How to create a colored chrome text effect.
This post will present you how to make a special metallic emblem with flames. Emblems normally look very simple and unique, as its job is to send the impression of your company/product to the reader or customers. Just try to make an emblem for yourself!
I’ve been getting really into Photoshop’s 3D tools recently. They’re fantastic for creating simple 3D models with ultra realistic lighting and materials like metals, plastic and wood. Chrome is one effect that is often mimicked in Photoshop with various gradients and layer styles, but the 3D feature in versions CS6 and CC allow you to achieve results that surpass the traditional techniques. In today’s tutorial we’ll use Adobe Illustrator to design a cool badge or emblem design, then we’ll take it into Photoshop to turn it into 3D with a rad shiny and chrome finish.
In today’s Photoshop tutorial we’re going back to the 1980s to create a rad text effect based on those 80s style chrome logos we used to see for games, movies, TV shows and more. The overall design incorporates the classic bold chrome text effect with a hot pink script font. It’s all done in Photoshop using a mix of layer styles and colour overlays to reproduce the shiny metal effects and vibrant colours.
This tutorial allows you to create font of any size and the effect will still look the same. Perfect for Beginners who want to achieve the Lord-Chrome effect. Let's make a quick but very useful tutorial, using gradients that will allow you to easily create any metallic effect later.