Create a simple fur text effects in Photoshop with SaDesign

27/03/2024 153

If you are interested in how to create fur text effects in Photoshop, the information shared in the article below will be very useful. SaDesign will provide detailed information about the detailed steps below!

Create a simple fur text effects in Photoshop with SaDesign

If you are interested in how to create fur text effects in Photoshop, the information shared in the article below will be very useful. SaDesign will provide detailed information about the detailed steps below!

fur text effects in Photoshop

First, you need to open Photoshop => File => Open and select FurAction-BG.jpg.

Open and select FurAction-BG.jpg.

Select Type Tool (T) then write "FUR" => select font Aller Display => Window => Character => set Size to 347 pt and Tracking to 50.

set Size to 347 pt and Tracking to 50.

3. Instructions for installing Photoshop Fur Brush and Pattern 

- Step 1: Go to Edit => Presets => Preset Manager... 

In Preset Type, click Brushes, click load... and select Brush (Fur Tutorial).abr.

Preset Manager...

- Step 2: Go to Edit => Presets => Preset Manager... 

In the Preset Type section, click Patterns => click load... and select Pattern (Fur Tutorial).pat.

click load... and select Pattern (Fur Tutorial).pat.

4. How to create actions 

- Step 1: Open the Actions panel => Window => Actions.

Open the Actions panel => Window => Actions.

- Step 2: Create a new action set. To do this, click the Create New Set icon => name them “Fur Action” => select OK.

click the Create New Set icon

- Step 3: Click the Create New Action icon and name it “Fur Text” => click Record.

Click the Create New Action icon and name it “Fur Text” => click Record.

From now on, everything you do will be recorded, so pay attention to the Actions panel. If you make a mistake, click the Stop Playing/Recording icon to stop playing/recording and remove unnecessary steps from the Fur Text task. 

Next, click on the Begin Recording icon to continue. 

- Step 4: With the text layer selected, go to Layer => Rename Layer... then rename it to “Base Text 1”.

 

Rename Layer... then rename it to “Base Text 1”.

- Step 5: Select Brush Tool (B) => select FUR Brush - Tutorial Brush, then set Mode to Normal, and Opacity and Flow to 100%.

select FUR Brush - Tutorial Brush

- Step 6: Next, create a new layer by going to Layer => New => Layer..., name it “Fur-1” then click OK.

create a new layer by going to Layer

- Step 7: Select Base Text 1 layer, then go to Type => Create Work Path.

Create Work Path.

- Step 8: Click to select the Fur-1 layer by opening the Paths panel then click on Window => Paths, right click on Work Path and select Stroke Path... 

Click on Brush in the drop-down menu and uncheck the Simulate Pressure => OK. 

Next, delete the Work Path from the Paths panel.

Click to select the Fur-1 layer by opening the Paths panel then click on Window

- Step 9: Return to the Layers panel to merge the text with the fur. To do this, click Fur-1 in the Layers panel, then press and hold the Shift key and select Base Text 1.

click Fur-1 in the Layers panel

Release the Shift key, then right-click Fur-1 to select Merge Layers to merge the layers together.

right-click Fur-1 to select Merge Layers

- Step 10: Next step, add Layer Style, double click on layer Fur-1 to apply the following style: 

Add Bevel & Emboss and install as follows:

  • Style: Inner Bevel

  • Technique: Smooth

  • Depth: 63 %

  • Direction: Up

  • Size: 24 px

  • Soften: 16 px

  • Use Global Light: Unchecked

  • Angle: 13º

  • Altitude: 42º

  • Gloss Contour: Gaussian

  • Anti-aliased: True

  • Highlight Mode: Soft

  • Color of the Highlight mode: #ffffff

  • Opacity of the Highlight: 65%

  • Shadow Mode: Overlay

  • Color of the Shadow Mode: #362a1a

  • Opacity of the Shadow Mode: 26%.

double click on layer Fur-1 to apply the following style:

- Step 11: Add border in Bevel & Emboss with the following settings:

  • Contour: Gaussian 

  • Anti-aliased: Unchecked

  • Range: 61%

Add border in Bevel & Emboss

- Step 12: Add Inner Glow with the following settings:

  • Blend Mode: Screen

  • Opacity: 25%

  • Noise: 0%

  • Color: #cfb9a6

  • Technique: Softer

  • Source: Center

  • Choke: 4%

  • Size: 213 px

  • Contour: Linear

  • Anti-aliased: Unchecked

  • Range: 100%

  • Jitter: 0%

Add Inner Glow

- Step 13: Add Color Overlay with the following settings:

  • Blend Mode: Color

  • Color: #ffffff

  • Opacity: 21%

Add Color Overlay

- Step 14: Add Pattern Overlay with the following settings:

  • Blend Mode: Normal

  • Opacity: 100%

  • Pattern: Select your downloaded model, model (Fur Tutorial).pat.

  • Scale: 25%

  • Link with Layer: Checked

Add Pattern Overlay

- Step 15: Add Drop Shadow with the following settings:

  • Blend Mode: Normal

  • Color: #6d655d

  • Opacity: 100%

  • Use Global Light: Unchecked

  • Angle: 0 º

  • Distance: 18 px

  • Spread: 100%

  • Size: 0 px

  • Contour: Linear 

  • Anti-aliased: Unchecked

  • Noise: 0%

  • Layer Knocks Out Drop Shadow: checked

Add Drop Shadow

- Step 16: If you do not use Adobe Photoshop CC, click OK and go to step 18. 

In case you do, continue as follows: 

Add the second Drop Shadow right below with the following settings:

  • Blend Mode: Normal

  • Color: #e5dacf

  • Opacity: 100%

  • Use Global Light: Unchecked

  • Angle: 0º

  • Distance: 0 px

  • Spread: 0%

  • Size: 2 px

  • Contour: Linear

  • Anti-aliased: Unchecked

  • Noise: 0%

  • Layer Knocks Out Drop Shadow: Check

Add the second Drop Shadow

- Step 17: Add the 3rd Drop Shadow right below Drop Shadow 2 with the following settings:

  • Blend Mode: Multiply

  • Color: #000000

  • Opacity: 30%

  • Use Global Light: Unchecked

  • Angle: 3º

  • Distance: 34 px

  • Spread: 0%

  • Size: 1 px

  • Contour: Linear 

  • Anti-aliased: Unchecked

  • Noise: 0%

  • Layer Knocks Out Drop Shadow: Check

Click OK.

Add the 3rd Drop Shadow right below Drop Shadow 2

The result:

The result:

Or like this if you're using the older version of Adobe Photoshop:

Or like this if you're using the older version of Adobe Photoshop:

- Step 18: Go to step 23 if you are using Adobe Photoshop CC. Make two copies of the Fur-1 layer and place them below the original:

Make two copies of the Fur-1 layer and place them below the original:

- Step 19: Right click on the first copy, then click Clear Layer Style. Do the same for the second copy.

click Clear Layer Style

- Step 20: Change the Fill of both copies to 0%.

Change the Fill of both copies to 0%.

- Step 21: Double click on the first copy to add a new Layer Style. Add Drop Shadow with the following settings:

  • Blend Mode: Normal

  • Color: #e5dacf

  • Opacity: 100%

  • Use Global Light: Unchecked

  • Angle: 0 º

  • Distance: 0 px

  • Spread: 0%

  • Size: 2 px

  • Contour: Linear

  • Anti-aliased: Unchecked

  • Noise: 0%

  • Layer Knocks Out Drop Shadow: Checked

Click OK.

Add Drop Shadow with the following settings:

 

- Step 22: Double-click the second copy to add a Layer Style. Add Drop Shadow with the following settings:

  • Blend Mode: Multiply

  • Color: #000000

  • Opacity: 30%

  • Use Global Light: Unchecked

  • Angle: 3º

  • Distance: 34 px

  • Spread: 0%

  • Size: 1 px

  • Contour: Linear 

  • Anti-aliased: Unchecked

  • Noise: 0%

  • Layer Knocks Out Drop Shadow: Checked

Click OK.

Double-click the second copy to add a Layer Style

- Step 23: You need to convert the Fur-1 layer to Smart Object. 

For Adobe Photoshop CC: Right-click on the Fur -1 layer and select Convert to Smart Object.

convert the Fur-1 layer to Smart Object.

For older versions of Adobe Photoshop: Select Fur-1, hold down the Shift key and click Fur-1 copy 2. Release the Shift key then right-click on the Fur-1 layer and select Convert to Smart Object. 

- Step 24: Change the color of the fur to make it whiter by going to the Adjustments panel or clicking Window => Adjustments, then click Gradient Map.

click Gradient Map.

- Step 25: Rename the Gradient map 1 layer to Gradient Color.

Rename the Gradient map 1 layer to Gradient Color.

- Step 26: Right click on Gradient Color and select Create Clipping Mask.

Right click on Gradient Color and select Create Clipping Mask.

- Step 27: Double click on the gradient icon in the Gradient color layer. The Properties panel will pop up.

Double click on the gradient icon in the Gradient color layer

- Step 28: Click on the Gradient bar in the Properties panel to open the Gradient Editor. Set the gradient with the following settings:

  • First stop Color: #000000, Location 0%

  • Second stop Color: #848484, Location 30%

  • Third stop Color: #c0c0c0, Location 48%

  • Fourth stop Color: #ffffff, Location 100%

Click OK.

Click on the Gradient bar in the Properties panel

- Step 29: Rename the layer Fur-1 to Fur and then stop recording the action.

Rename the layer Fur-1 to Fur and then stop recording the action.

 

5. Awesome fur fonts and text effects 

If you don't have much time to create furry text, you can check out some great fur fonts and other interesting text effects below: 

5.1. Text with a furry effect 

This effect is remarkably similar to the furry text effect done in the furry fonts tutorial. You can use existing letters or apply styles to your own text to get interesting feathered text effects.

Text with a furry effect

 

5.2. Black Text Effect 

This dramatic effect works well with any text, so you can use it to create logos or titles to make your designs more professional.

Black Text Effect

5.3. Liquid Text Effect 

This effect has many different letter styles and colors for you to choose from and make your text more attractive.

Liquid Text Effect

5.4. Professional 3D Text 

This professional 3D text effect will help you get more impressive designs in just a few seconds. Your job is to just enter the text you want to apply.

Professional 3D Text

5.5. Super Cute Fluffy Font 

If you want to get the same effect as the fluffy font, this is one of the great filters. The font is soft and flexible, allow you to evoke diverse images of animals, clouds, etc. 

Super Cute Fluffy Font

Above, Sadesign has shown you how to create fur text effects in Photoshop in the most detailed and complete way so you can apply it. Wish you success with the instructions we provide above!

 
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