Blog Post #20: Concrete Bloody Text Effect ( + Free PSD) | Photoshop Tutorial

Concrete Bloody Text Effect ( + Free PSD) | Photoshop Tutorial


What will you be learning in this tutorial:

  • Adding adjustment layers in Adobe Photoshop
  • Working with layers
  • What is Hue/Saturation and Curves layers
  • What is a gradient layer

What will we be creating:

we will be making this text effect

Now that you know a lot about the tutorial, let’s get into it


Thanks for watching leave a comment 🙂

Blog Post #6: Chaos Text Effect Tutorial | Cinema 4D

In this tutorial you will learn how to achieve this awesome 3D text effect using Cinema 4D, you can as well download the project file as I hit 20 likes on youtube, so make sure to also like this video.


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Stuff you will need:

  • Cinema 4D (R12 and above).
  • Adobe Photoshop (for color correction, you can as well use GIMP).
  •  and 10 minutes of your precious time.

Watch the video tutorial now:

Thanks for watching I hope you guys enjoyed, and learned how you can achieve this awesome “Chaos text Effect using Cinema 4D.

See you in future tutorials! 🙂


Blog Post #5: The Sweet Long Shadow Effect | Photoshop Tutorial

The Sweet Long Shadow Effect Tutorial:

What will you need:

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • 5 minutes

Part of the recent, “flat design” trend, long shadow effects are a popular but not necessarily new phenomenon. The trend’s strongest impact seems to be on interface design elements and icons but it is being increasingly used as part of web designs, as well. In this tutorial, I will show you the easiest way out there to achieve this effect, it’ll take you no time at all 🙂

Other ways to do the long shadow effect

More Information:

There are 2 main characteristics of long shadow effects.

  1. Each object of the design must have a flat, 2-dimensional shadow that extends for at least 2.5 times the diagonal of the object, which makes the shadow very long, this adds emphasis and drama to the design.
  2. The shadow should be cast at a 45 degree angle, preferably towards the right.

The shadow color can vary in its darkness compared to the background color, and in some cases, fade out into a transparent fill. There are many tweaks that can be added to the effect, and it’s all up to you to decide what final result you’re going for.