When it comes to text effects, the sky is the limit. You can light it on fire, drench it in water, freeze it, explode it, make it glow with neon colors, or engrave it in beautiful metallic fashion. Unfortunately, many of the text effect tutorials on the internet yield rather low-quality results.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a high quality, dynamic shattering effect for text. You’ll first be guided through the 3D creation of the text, and then the process of shattering it, then you’ll learn how to use the power of Photoshop to create a brilliant and unique result.
As always, questions, comments and suggestions are welcome, just let us know!
Creative Illustrations by James Paick. Born and raised in Southern California. James currently a concept artist for game development, working out of Los Angeles, CA.
Illustrations by James Paick
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