Low Poly Text Effect


One of the latest and hottest trends in design is the Low-Poly trend. It basically refers to 3D meshes that have a small number of polygons, but with some rendering techniques and lighting effects, those meshes can end up looking like paper-craft or origami pieces.

The Low-Poly look is usually produced using a 3D software. But this tutorial will show you how to achieve a simple 2D version of it, using basic Photoshop and a really simple app, in order to create a nice Low-Poly text effect.

“Painted on Wood” Text Effect


Working with textures can add more depth, life, and uniqueness to almost any design. It’s always fun to use different textures with the many different elements to create more realistic and vivid outcomes.

This tutorial will show you a simple way of using a couple of textures to create a painted-on-wood text effect. It is inspired by the amazing work of Jérémy SCHIAVO, the PULSION CRÉATIVE project.

Simple Studded Text Effect


This is a quick tutorial that will show you how to create a studded text effect, by creating and modifying a simple brush, creating some work paths, and applying a couple of Layer Effects. You can then use the techniques to add the amazing studs to whatever you like!

Create an Illuminated Text Effect in Photoshop


March 5, 2014 | Comments Off | Category: Inspired, Simple


Create a text effect that is illuminated with tracks of small lights using several Photoshop tools including vector shapes, brushes, Layer Styles, and Adjustment Layers. Check out the tutorial on

Dripping Honey on Toast Text Effect


What’s better than honey and toast? Well, honey on toast ;) ! This tutorial will show you a simple way of modifying a toast stock photo, and using a couple of Layer Styles with some useful tricks, to create a golden syrupy honey-on-toast inspired text effect.