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Create Text Art with Wordle and Photoshop

Create Text Art with Wordle and Photoshop

If you love text art and enjoy playing with text there is an extremely simple way to create text clouds. In this tutorial we will learn to create Text art and text clouds using wordle, illustrator and photoshop.

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Frosted Glass Text Effect

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Scrabble Tiles Text Effect

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Turquoise Metallic Text Effect

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Create a bright turquoise metallic text effect using layer styles and simple brushes.

Simple Abstract Text Effect

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Create a nice abstract text effect, using a couple of Filters and Layer Styles.

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Velvet Roses Text Effect

Velvet Roses Text Effect

Create a beautiful velvet roses text effect.

Simple Ice Text Effect

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Sharp Fold Text Effect

Sharp Fold Text Effect

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Cool Dots Text Effect

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