How to Make Glossy, Molded, Shiny, Plastic and Graphics Text Effect in Photoshop Bangla. Anztech360.



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How to Make Glossy, Molded, Shiny, Plastic and Graphics Text Effect in Photoshop Bangla. Anztech360.
In this Photoshop text effects tutorial, we’re going to learn how to use Photoshop’s Layer Styles to easily make text look as if it’s made out of plastic. To create the effect, we’re going to be using some “contours” that we’ll be loading in, since they’re not readily available to us by default, but don’t worry, loading them is easy, and so is everything else we’ll be doing.
Let’s get started!
Step 1: Open A New Photoshop Document
The first thing we need to do is open a new document, so let’s do that quickly using the keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+N (Win) / Command+N (Mac). This brings up Photoshop’s New Document dialog box. Choose whichever size you like. I’m going to use the preset size of 640×480, as circled below:
Step 2: Fill The Document With Black
Press the letter D on your keyboard to reset your Foreground and Background colors, so black becomes your Foreground color and white becomes your Background color. Then use the keyboard shortcut Alt+Backspace (Win) / Option+Delete (Mac) to fill your new document with the Foreground color, which in this case is black:
Step 3: Add Your Text To The Document
Grab your Type tool from the Tools palette, or press T to quickly access it with the keyboard shortcut:
Step 4: Choose A Color For Your Text Using The “Color Overlay” Layer Style
Now that we have our text added to the document, we’re going to start creating our “plastic” effect, and the first thing we’re going to do is choose a better color for it. With the text layer selected, click on the Layer Styles icon at the bottom of the Layers palette:
Step 5: Add An Inner Shadow To The Text Using The “Inner Glow” Layer Style
Next, we’re going to give our text more of a three-dimensional look by adding an inner shadow. Now, there is an actual “Inner Shadow” layer style, but we’re not going to use it because it’s limited to giving us a directional shadow. We want the text to appear to be surrounded by the shadow, so instead of using the ready-made inner shadow that Photoshop gives us, we’re going to create our own Inner Shadow layer style by converting the Inner Glow style into a shadow.
To do that, click on the words Inner Glow in the list of Layer Styles on the left of the Layer Style dialog box. Make sure you click directly on the words. Don’t simply click inside the checkbox because all that will do is turn on the effect. We want access to the effect’s options, and for that, you need to click on the name itself:
Step 6: Apply The “Bevel and Emboss” Layer Style
Next, we’re going to add a “Bevel and Emboss” effect to our text, so click directly on the words Bevel and Emboss in the list of Layer Styles on the left of the Layer Style dialog box. Again, make sure you click directly on the words and don’t just click inside the checkbox:
Step 7: Apply The “Contour” Layer Style
Click on the word Contour on the left of the Layer Style dialog box. It’s directly below the words “Bevel and Emboss”:
Step 8: Duplicate The Text Layer
Press Ctrl+J (Win) / Command+J (Mac) to duplicate the text layer, so you’ll now have two text layers in the Layers palette:
Step 9: Add A Stroke To The Text
With the original text layer re-selected, click once again on the Layer Style icon at the bottom of the Layers palette and this time, select Stroke at the bottom of the list:
Step 10: Apply The “Bevel and Emboss” Style To The Stroke
Switch back to the “Bevel and Emboss” options by clicking on the words Bevel and Emboss on the left of the Layer Style dialog box:
The Layer Style dialog box will change to show the Bevel and Emboss options once again in the middle column. We want to apply the Bevel and Emboss style to the stroke itself, so to do that, click on the down-pointing arrow to the right of the words “Inner Bevel” and change the Style to Stroke Emboss:
Finally, go back up to the top and lower the Depth value to about 41%, then increase the Size by dragging the slider bar to the right until you can see the letter strokes merging together. I’ve increased mine to 24 pixels Click OK when you’re happy with the results to exit out of the Layer Style dialog box, and, you’re done! Here is the final “plastic text” effect:

Collected: https://www.photoshopessentials.com/photoshop-text/text-effects/plastic/

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