BLACK PANTHER Text Effect in Photoshop – How To Use Layer Styles Like a PRO


In this tutorial, you’re going to learn how
to recreate the Black Panther movie poster text in Photoshop. Hi, I’m Jesus Ramirez from the Photoshop Training
Channel. In this video, I’m going to show you how to
recreate the Black Panther text effect in Photoshop. We’re going to use advanced layer style techniques
to recreate the effect. This is going to be a step-by-step tutorial,
so even if you’re a beginner, you could follow along. Okay. Let’s get started. We’re going to work with this document here,
but before I do, I want to mention that this file is available for you to download so that
you could follow along. There’s a link to it right below in the description. We have this gray background layer, which
is the layer that we’re going to be working with. I have a background layer that is the layer
that we will use once we finish the tutorial. We have a text layer, a flare layer, and the
texture layer. The text layer, it uses a font called Wolf’s
Bane II. This is the font that I found that most closely
resemble the Black Panther logo. This is a free font. I’ll put a link to it right below in the description. The first step is to select the Texture layer. Enable that. Then, I’m going to click and drag that texture
layer into the text group, and there it is. Then, I’m going to press Ctrl Alt G. Command Option G on the Mac. That creates a clipping mask, which means
that the text layer is now controlling the visibility of the font layer. Then, I’m going to create a solid color adjustment
layer, and I’m going to change the color to this predefined blue that I have, which is
20, 100, and 160. Those are the RGV values. It’ll get us this blue that you see here. I’m going to press OK. Then, I’m going to press Ctrl Alt G, Command
Option G in the Mac, to turn that solid layer into a clipping mask, and I’m going to change
the blending mode to Multiply to apply the color onto that texture layer. Then, I’m going to rename the layer, and I’ll
just call it Color, just so that I know what that layer is doing. You don’t need to do this, but I’m going to
delete the layer mask, and I’m doing it so that it’s more clean that you see what’s going
on. Now, I’m going to select the Black Panther
layer, and I’m going to hold down the Alt key, so I’m holding it down. Click and drag, and release right above the
color layer, and that’s going to duplicate that layer. Now, we’re going to start applying layer styles
to this text layer to create the effect, and there’s one very important thing that I want
you to keep in mind. And this actually relates to everything, not
just text, but in Photoshop, it’s always a good idea to separate large elements into
smaller elements so that you can control them. That’s what we’re going to do. We’re going to control each individual element
with a new layer, and we’re going to stack those elements on top of each other to create
the final effect. With this Black Panther copy, we’re going
to rename it to Highlights/Shadows. Then, I’m going to right-click and select
Blending Options. This is going to bring the Layer Style dialog
up, and we can apply layer styles to this layer. The very first thing that I’m going to do
is I’m going to bring down the fill opacity to zero. The fill opacity at zero makes that layer
completely invisible. However, any layer styles that will apply
will become visible. In other words, the only visible pixels on
this layer will now be the pixels that we applied through the Layer Style window. Then, I’m going to create a color overlay. I’m going to change the color to white. Press OK. I’m going to change the blending mode to Overlay,
and it creates the highlight. Then, I’m going to click on Gradient Overlay. Now, I have the second option selected, which
is foreground to transparent. Notice that my foreground color is black,
so it’s selecting black, and it’s making the rest of the gradient transparent. If I double- click on this, it will bring
up the Gradient Editor, and you can see here, the color stops at the bottom are black. When I select them, you can see what the color
is and the location, so it’s black all across the board. The color stops on top control opacity. Notice that the black one is at 100% opacity,
and the white one is at 0%. That might be a little confusing if you’re
used to layer mask because, with layer masks, black hides and white reveals. However, with this gradient, it’s the other
way around, so white is going to be 0% opacity. You can see that opacity level at zero when
I select this stop. Once again, black is opacity at 100. Then, I’m going to change the layer opacity
to 85, and the scale is at 50. Make sure that you have Align with Layer selected,
and press OK. Now, it’s time to work on the bevel, the outline
that we’re going to have around the text, so I’m going to duplicate the layer once again
by holding Alt, Option in the Mac, and clicking and dragging all the way up to the top of
the layer stack, and I’m going to call this layer Bevel Main. It will be my main bevel. This time, I’m going to double-click to the
side of the layer to bring up the Layer Style window, and we’re going to add a bevel, but
first, we’re going to add a stroke, and the reason that we’re going to add a stroke is
because I want to have a bevel that only affects that stroke. With this stroke layer style we’re going to
change the size to 10, position inside, blending mode normal, opacity at 100%, and we’re going
to change the color to this RGV value to 20 by 190, 105, and press OK. We’re going to go into the bevel and notice
that the Bevel & Emboss is visible throughout the entire layer. However, if we change the style to Stroke
Emboss, this emboss will only be visible wherever we have a stroke, so now, I can start adjusting
this bevel. I’m going to click on Reset to Default, and
I’m going to adjust it. Actually, before I do that, there’s one step
that I missed, which is in the Blending option. Make sure that you have Fill set to zero because
once again, the only pixels that we want to see are the pixels that are created through
the Layer Style window. I’m going to go back into Bevel & Emboss. We’re going to leave the depth at 100, change
the size to 10, soften is fine at 0, the altitude 90 degrees and 30 works great, and we’re going
to change the gloss contour to this last one here on the second row. It’s very unlikely that you change these gloss
contours, but if you did you can reset them to default by clicking on this gear icon and
clicking on Reset Contours and select the last one. The gloss contour works directly with the
bevel and emboss layer style. It allows you to distribute the color over
the layer based on the curve that you selected. This command is perfect for creating a glossy
metallic appearance. Notice how that changes, how the bevel and
emboss is applied to the text. Now we’re going to work on the highlights
and shadows. Make sure that you have black and white, and
screen and multiply will work for the blending modes, and we’ll use an opacity of 100 for
the highlights and an opacity of 75% for the shadows. It looks like I accidentally didn’t select
the right style. Just make sure that you have Stroke Emboss
selected and press OK when you’re done. And this is already looking a lot like the
Black Panther text that you’ve seen in the movie posters. Talking about the movies, let me know in the
comments down below what you thought about the Black Panther movie. I thought it was a really good movie, it had
great action, a great story and good music. It’s definitely in my top five of superhero
movies. But anyway, we’re going to duplicate this
layer by pressing Ctrl J, that’s Command J on the Mac, and we’re going to call this layer
Bevel Highlight. And you guessed it, this is going to be the
highlight for the bevel. I’m going to double-click to the side of the
layer, I’m going to go into the Stroke, and I’m going to change the size to five pixels,
it’s going to make that smaller, and I’m going to bring the opacity of the stroke down to
zero because I want the stroke to be invisible. I only need it as an outline for the bevel
and emboss. So bring the opacity down to zero. In the Bevel & Emboss, we’re going to make
a few changes. We’re going to change the depth to 330, size
to 20, and we’re going to change the gloss contour to the first one in the second row,
and it’ll create that effect you see there. Then we’re going to change the highlight blending
mode to Color Dodge, which will create a brighter and hotter highlight. Then bring the opacity down to 50%. Shadow is okay with Multiply and black as
the color and just bring the opacity down to 25. If I uncheck this Preview button, you can
see the before and the after. So we added that highlight on top of the text. Again, as you’re working on this tutorial,
see how we take each individual piece of the puzzle and put it together. That’s the real purpose of this tutorial,
for you to understand that you don’t need a single layer style for the entire text. You can take those individual pieces and stack
them on top of each other to create even more interesting effects. With the Bevel Highlight selected I’m going
to press Ctrl J, Command J on the Mac, and this is going to be a bevel shadow. We had the highlight below it. I’m going to double-click to the side of the
layer and I’m going to change the size of the stroke to 15, so this is going to be larger. Then I’m going to go into the Bevel & Emboss;
I’m going to change the gloss contour to this second one on the second row. I’m going to disable the highlights by just
dragging the opacity down to zero. This is before and after. You can see now how we’re creating that outline
effect around the text. Then I’ll press OK. Now that we have the shadow and highlight,
we’re going to create two more layers that are going to help enhance each one of those. With the bevel shadow selected I’m going to
press Ctrl J, Command J to duplicate and I’m going to call this Shadow Enhance. I’m going to double-click to the side of the
layer, and I’m going to disable the stroke, and I’m going to change the Bevel & Emboss
to Inner Bevel. So now the bevel is controlled by the entire
text layer and not the stroke. I’m going to change the depth to 100, size
to 5, and I’m going to select the very first gloss contour, the default one. Since we’re working with shadows we don’t
need any highlights, so opacity is good at zero, and we’re going to change the shadow
opacity to 30. This is before and after. It’s just adding an enhancement to the shadows. I’m going to press OK. Now that we enhanced the shadows, we’re going
to enhance the highlights, and we’re going to use two layers for that. We’re going to use a layer to enhance the
highlights on the left side and another layer to enhance the shadows on the right side. Let’s get started with the left. I’m going to press Ctrl J, Command J on the
Mac. I’m going to double-click to the side of the
layer to bring up the Layer Style window. Under Bevel & Emboss I’m going to uncheck
Use Global Light because I don’t want to affect the original lighting. Notice that if I change this, it changes the
entire effect, and I don’t want to do that. I want to keep it where I had it before at
90 and 30, and I’m going to uncheck this so that I can move that point around and not
really affect the entire document, only the layer that we’re working with. I’m going to start with the depth at 100,
direction up, size at 5, Soften at 0 is good, and we’re going to use an angle of negative
175 in an altitude of 0. Then I’m going to increase the highlight opacity
to 70, and I’m going to disable the shadow by typing 0 in the opacity. Now we created that highlight on the left-hand
side of the text. Do you see that tiny little circle here in
the shading options, that little circle there? That represents where the light is coming
from. The light is coming from the left, so that’s
why we get that effect that you see there, that highlight on the left-hand side. I’m going to press OK. Then I’m going to press Ctrl J, Command J
on the Mac to duplicate one more time, and actually let me rename this layer so that
we know what it is. This one is Highlight Left, and this one will
be Highlight Right. I’m going to bring up the Layer Style window,
and we only need to change two things. I’m going to go into Bevel & Emboss and just
click on Down so now we get the opposite side. so sort of inversion, and I’m going to reduce
the highlight opacity to 40 just so that the effect looks more realistic. You wouldn’t really have the same highlight
on both sides, so one side would be a bit dimmer, and then press OK. With that highlight layer selected, you can
then hold Shift and click on the Black Panther text and press Ctrl G, Command G on the Mac,
and that is our main text. I’ll just; I’ll call it Main Text. What we’re going to do now is use an extrusion
technique that uses Photoshop’s repeat transformation keyboard shortcut, so basically we’re going
to make a selection, fill the contents of that to start it one time and then we’re going
to use a keyboard shortcut that’s going to keep on extruding it, keep on making that
same change to create the effect. You’ll see what I mean in a moment. What you need to do is hold Ctrl, Command
on the Mac, and click on the text layer icon on the original layer so that you make a selection
of the active pixels of that layer. You basically are making a selection around
the text. Then above the gray background create a new
layer and fill it with black. Black is my foreground color. Alt and Backspace, there it is, black. Then I’m going to press Ctrl T, Command T
to transform, and we’re going to make a transformation. Make sure that you click on this chain link
icon to constrain the width to the height. Then type 99. 9% and then hit Enter, Return on Mac twice. We just did a very, very small change, but
I want to keep repeating that changeover and over and over and over again on that same
layer and create new pixels. To do so you can hold Ctrl Alt Shift T, once
again Ctrl Alt Shift T. That’s Command Option Shift T on the Mac,
and just keep on pressing the T key. So you’re holding the modifier keys and then
tapping on the T key. Watch what happens. Every time I tap on the letter T I’m extruding
that layer, so I’m scaling it inward by . 1%, and when it’s about this thick you can
press Ctrl D, Command D, to deselect, and now we have our first level of extrusion there. I’m going to zoom in so that you can see. Notice how we extruded that out. This extrusion looks very realistic because
we scaled it 99% from the center each time we apply the transformation. That makes it so that the inner characters
have no bevels, and the outer characters have a large bevel, which is why you don’t see
much of an extrusion on the T, but you definitely see it on the P and on the R. So the extrusion progressively gets larger
towards the edges, so it’s more realistic. You can call this layer Extrusion Edge. Then I’m going to double-click to the side
of it to apply a Bevel & Emboss, and we’re going to use a stroke for this. The stroke color is going to be 140 by 105
and 50, which is this brown color, and press OK. Then I’m going to increase the opacity because
I do want to be able to see that color. You see how I filled that in. Then going to Bevel & Emboss and of course,
we’re going to do Stroke Emboss, and right off the bat, I’m going to check Use Global
Light because we want to use the original lighting for the entire scene, the one that’s
90 over 30. I’m going to change the depth all the way
to 1000, going to make the size 20. For the gloss contour, we’re going to do something
different; we’re going to make a custom one. Select the second one here. Then double-click on the contour icon to get
this graph here. What we can do now is make our own custom
one, so I’m going to click and drag this one up. Notice that when I do that, I get these highlights
here in the text. See that? That’s making it look more chrome, which is
what I want, and I’m going to bring this one down, and I can click and drag points out. I just click and drag one away. I’m just trying to place these in a way that
I can get a nice effect here, something like that. Maybe drag this one up a little bit. You can see how I’m getting these nice highlights
there. Press OK when you’re done, and I’m going to
change the blending for the highlights to screen, 40% is good, and I’ll enable the shadows
by typing 35 on the opacity. This is before and after. We got nice highlights and reflections on
that extrusion. Now that we have the extrusion edge completed,
I’m going to create yet another extrusion layer to take the text back even further. What I’m going to do is I’m simply going to
press Ctrl, that’s Command on the Mac, and click on the Extrusion Edge. Then create a new layer and fill that layer
with black. Black is my foreground color, so I can simply
hit Alt and Backspace and I can put this below the extrusion edge, and I’ll call it Main
Extrusion. Photoshop still remembers that previous transformation
we just did, so we can continue using that same keyboard shortcut to extrude it even
further. I’m going to press Ctrl Alt Shift T, and I’m
going to just keep tapping on the T while holding the modifier keys to extrude that
even further. By the way, if you close Photoshop or made
another transformation in between this step and the previous one you will need to do the
99. 9 step all over again with this layer. You can decide how thick you want your extrusion
to be. Mine looks pretty good at that thickness. Then I’m going to press Ctrl D, Command D,
to deselect, and I’m going to duplicate the layer style by holding Alt and dragging the
FX icon onto the main extrusion layer. Then I’m going to double-click to the side
of the layer to bring up the Layer Style dialog, and I’m going to disable the stroke. Select color overlay, and I’m going to set
the blending mode to normal, and the color is going to be this color here 120, 90 and
40, which is this brown color. Press OK. Now at the Bevel & Emboss I’m going to change
this into Inner Bevel, depth at 1000, down size, will change to 70, soft is okay at 0,
the angle and altitude work with the defaults of 90 and 30, and we’re going to change the
gloss contour to the third one on the second row. Then I’m going to change the blending mode
to Overlay, and I’m going to increase the opacity to 50%. I’ll leave the color set to white, for the
shadows black and multiply work, and I’m going to change the opacity to 50%. So that’s before and after. I’m going to press OK. And now I’m going to enhance this extrusion,
so at the main extrusion selected I’m going to press Ctrl J, Command J, and call it Extrusion
Enhance. This is enhancing that extrusion. I’m going to bring up Layer Style, uncheck
Color Overlay, bring the fill opacity to zero because the only visible pixels that we want
are the pixels that we create through this layer style. Then under Bevel & Emboss, I’m going to make
a few changes. I’m going to change the direction to up, and
I’m going to change the gloss contour to this one here, the one that looks like a bunch
of steps, the second-to-last on the second row, and I’m going to add two colors, one
for the highlights and one for the shadows. For the highlights, the color is going to
be 255, 215, and 90, is that yellow color that you see there. For the shadows, I’m going to put in 30, 25,
and 10. It’s a dark brown color. I’m actually going to change the highlight
blending mode to screen. That’s the before and after. You can see that by adding this enhanced layer,
we really made it look realistic in a lot of the angles that you see in the text. Then press OK. What I’m going to do now is put those layers
into a group and call it extrusion. Click on the top one, hold Shift, click on
the bottom one, Ctrl G, Command G, that goes right into a group, and I’ll call it Extrusion. This is my extrusion layers here, my main
text. What we’re going to do now is add the lines
that are inside of the text in the Black Panther logo. I’m only going to do one letter, I’m going
to do the letter P because it’s going to be a repetitive process and you only need to
see it one time really, so I don’t want to waste too much of your time. We’re going to do it with the letter P, but
you can repeat that same process with all the other letters. In reality, there’s two things you need to
know. First, I’m going to select the gray background,
and I’m going to select the line tool. Make sure that weight is at five pixels, no
stroke, and the color really doesn’t matter, so we’ll just make it red, and simply click
and drag, hold Shift to make a straight line, and let me actually place that right above
everything else, right up here. There it is, there’s my red line. We’re not going to worry about the color or
layer style. We’re going to apply that to all the lines
at the same time. The other type of line that you need to create
is a line with a curve for areas like this part of the P. Now you can certainly draw that with a pen
tool, but I think it’s easier to use the Ellipse Tool since it’ll give you a much better result. Let me show you what I mean by that. Select the Ellipse Tool, and I’m just going
to click away from that shape. Make sure that you have no fill, a stroke
of whatever color in this case red, and five pixels for the stroke. Then click and drag to make your circular
arc line there, that line right there. But we don’t need the entire circle, we only
need this half. So what you can do is click on the Direct
Selection Tool, click on that point and simply hit the Delete key on the keyboard and click
on Yes, and you’ll have that nice round line there. Now if you need to make changes, you can always
come in and add or subtract points. It’s better to simply click on Add Anchor
Point, click somewhere on the line like maybe here, and then go back into the Direct Selection
Tool and click on this point and hit Delete to eliminate it. Once you draw out the lines out on all the
characters, what you need to do is put them all into a group. I have this ellipse here and this shape here,
hold Shift, click on both, Ctrl G, Command G on the Mac, and I can call this Line, and
I’m going to double-click to the side of the group. What this allows you to do is apply a layer
style to all the contents of the group. So we only need to do it once for all the
contents. Select Color Overlay, and I’ll just use a
lighter version of that brown. This time I’m just going to simply drag up,
and select this brown here, so 159, 119, and 54, and press OK. Then click on Bevel & Emboss, and I’m just
going to hit the Reset to Default, and I’m going to go into Texture. Notice what happens. I’m going to press OK, and I’m going to zoom
in so that you could see. We can actually apply a texture to that. I’m going to click on the Bevel & Emboss label,
it brings it up directly to that part, and I’m going to go into Texture and what I’m
going to do is I’m just going to go into Reset Patterns, press OK, so I’m looking at the
default list. Then click on this one here. I’m going to change the depth to 2 and then
use the up arrow keys on the keyboard to increase it, 10 should work, then go into Bevel & Emboss
and adjust the shadows and highlights, so maybe something like that. Then press OK, fit the image to screen, and
now we have that there. The one thing I may add though is a drop shadow
and actually what I’ll do is I’ll use an outer glow. This is a glow, but we don’t have to use it
as a glow just because the label said so. You can use the layer styles for anything
that you want. So we’re going to use this glow as a shadow. I’m going to reset the outer glow to default. Then I’m going to change the blending mode
to multiply so that we keep black pixels. We’re going to use it as a shadow. Change the color to black and maybe bring
down the opacity a little bit to about 10% and press OK. Now that we have the lines, we’re going to
work on the flares. I’m going to click on the move tool, enable
this flare layer, and the flare is that there. We want to remove the background and just
keep the bright area, so we’re going to use the blending mode. The screen blending mode does just that, it
keeps the highlights and removes the shadow, so we have this nice flare here. We can just place that above the R there,
and I’m going to hold Alt, Option on the Mac, and click and drag to duplicate that layer
and place it right about here. I can also press Ctrl T, Command T, to transform
and make that larger and scale it out and inward just so that it’s a bit different than
the first one we used. I’m going to disable the gray background and
just enable this blue layer there. By the way, if you create something using
this technique, don’t forget to share it on Instagram with the hashtag #ptcvids. Also, if this is your first time at the Photoshop
Training Channel, don’t forget to subscribe. Let me know in the comments which one was
your favorite technique. By the way, that cool looking font that you’ve
been seeing throughout this tutorial, that is a font based off the end credits of the
movie Black Panther. That one, unfortunately, is not free, but
there’s a link down below. Thank you so much for watching, and I will
see you in the next tutorial.

100 Comments

  1. infundere March 6, 2018 at 1:54 am

    Stunning results. Thank you, Jesus.

  2. Vanessa T March 6, 2018 at 2:04 am

    another great tutorial!

  3. Vella durai.S March 6, 2018 at 2:25 am

    Awesome…… Bro…..

  4. Héctor Vásquez March 6, 2018 at 2:27 am

    Am I the only one who got triggered when he set the stoke to the inside part of the text???? Anywho, GREAT VIDEO

  5. Andre Lops March 6, 2018 at 2:44 am

    amazing

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  7. nazmi syahirul March 6, 2018 at 4:48 am

    Nice touch up there

  8. Drew Schlosser March 6, 2018 at 4:56 am

    Great tutorial. Loved the extrusion technique!

  9. Vijay Annamalai March 6, 2018 at 5:35 am

    Always Great Tutorial by You. Thanks Brother

  10. C. B. March 6, 2018 at 6:20 am

    Impressive!

  11. 7studio777 March 6, 2018 at 6:27 am

    nice

  12. Critic March 6, 2018 at 7:26 am

    Jesus it's amazing!

  13. Michael Schubert March 6, 2018 at 7:28 am

    I'm doing this job working with Photoshop for 18 years now … and this Opacity -trick was totally new to me. Thank you SO much!

  14. It'z Xavy March 6, 2018 at 9:14 am

    Learned something new ur always osm🔥🔥💝

  15. DevRana15 March 6, 2018 at 9:17 am

    Love these tuts! You should upload a vid on Homecoming text effect.

  16. Jozef NL March 6, 2018 at 9:45 am

    Really incredible. My mouth dropped open several times. If someone would request me to make text like this, I would have started from 3D, but this is so much more flexible. Thank you Jesús.

  17. staples March 6, 2018 at 10:51 am

    Thanks for doing this man! Great tutorial and very helpful 🙂

  18. staples March 6, 2018 at 11:20 am

    I had no idea you could apply the bevel & emboss only to the stroke. This will save so me much time!

  19. Sean Norton March 6, 2018 at 11:58 am

    Really enjoyed this and your other tutorials.

  20. Francesco Paolo D'Aleo March 6, 2018 at 12:31 pm

    Awesome result! I have found several points of your explanation very enlightening. Thanks a lot for your commitment.

  21. Mario A. Diallo March 6, 2018 at 12:50 pm

    That was a nice one Amigo. Cheers

  22. s b March 6, 2018 at 3:38 pm

    Wakanda Forever

  23. R Garlin March 6, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    Beautiful job, spectacular results! (That was some serious layering there too!)
    Thanks a gazillion maestro Jesús!

  24. Michael Horton March 6, 2018 at 4:29 pm

    Wow, this confirms how shallow my knowledge of Photoshop currently is– but these tutorials are really helping, thanks!

  25. RSJ-Texas March 6, 2018 at 4:49 pm

    Subject matter is racist and offensive !

  26. thinker109 March 6, 2018 at 6:35 pm

    Awesome!

  27. Luis Alberto Alonso Alvarez March 6, 2018 at 8:07 pm

    thank u man its really helpful

  28. Ic Gon March 6, 2018 at 8:12 pm

    Incredible texturing and concept! You are a great teacher!

  29. John Berthoty March 6, 2018 at 8:29 pm

    Wow, amazing work. So many decisions you had to make. Now, if only we had an ACTION to do a lot of it (all but the lines and flare maybe) hint hint

  30. Rachael B March 6, 2018 at 8:45 pm

    I never knew you could use layer styles to create a 3D effect like that! I'm blown away.. it looks amazing. It takes so longer to raster out any actual 3D on my Macbook. Thanks for the great tutorial!

  31. ATRA GUSTOMO March 6, 2018 at 10:22 pm

    thank you for sharing tutorial, sir 🙂

  32. Marlene Olson March 6, 2018 at 11:23 pm

    Wonderful skill and techniques – I am loving the new knowledge!

  33. Danny Joiner March 7, 2018 at 3:39 am

    Great as always!

  34. Beau Day March 7, 2018 at 5:16 am

    The download link isn't working for me. I can not access the Photoshop Document. Anyone else having this issue?
    – Beau

  35. Roland Rick March 7, 2018 at 5:22 am

    I like 🤩 the movie but I love 😍 your tutorials 😊

  36. Jim Isaac March 7, 2018 at 4:43 pm

    Excellent lesson………..

  37. Mad Aj March 7, 2018 at 11:45 pm

    another great tutorial, Loved the extrusion technique!

  38. ernst pasterkamp March 8, 2018 at 8:27 pm

    love your explanation, clear as it can be and love the layerstyles thnx

  39. Alistair Mackay March 9, 2018 at 9:51 am

    Wicked effects. Nice one

  40. barni freak March 9, 2018 at 2:41 pm

    Sieht sehr toll aus Werde versuchen das nach zu machen ob ich es hin bekomme weiss ich nicht von mir Daumen hoch

  41. Andrés Hernández March 10, 2018 at 1:38 am

    great video man, I learned a lot

  42. Francisco Jansen March 11, 2018 at 10:13 pm

    really great lesson, thank you

  43. felo el majorero March 12, 2018 at 1:19 pm

    woow¡¡¡ very good tutorial, I love it, my congratulations

  44. Jose Borrego March 12, 2018 at 8:37 pm

    Great job bro…Gracias

  45. Nando del Castillo March 13, 2018 at 10:20 pm

    I made the 400 likes.

  46. Andre Smith March 14, 2018 at 3:11 am

    This was awesome! Thanks!

  47. Murali Daran March 15, 2018 at 9:00 am

    Thanks for the tutorial

  48. Acharya KC March 18, 2018 at 2:25 am

    I thought thats impossible in Photoshop, shame on me!

  49. Mohammed A. Al Saggaf March 18, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    this is cool tutorial

  50. Vince Johnson March 26, 2018 at 11:15 pm

    Question about your Black Panther tutorial. How did you scale or size the text to make it appear like the word black was squished?

  51. Mohammad Sifat March 31, 2018 at 12:15 pm

    This one tutorial helps me to get a permanent client on Fiverr. Thank you sir, for this tutorial!

  52. Raymond St Paul April 5, 2018 at 6:54 pm

    Hi just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your tutorials that guide me step by step. Question can you do a couple of videos of making your own models in photoshop soonest please?

  53. Matilda Van Ligten April 6, 2018 at 1:40 am

    very good

  54. Ruyanisme April 9, 2018 at 5:57 am

    the result is nothing but astonishing!

  55. jeff jones April 11, 2018 at 9:33 pm

    He's a bad man!!!!

  56. erick udasco April 18, 2018 at 2:47 am

    amazing tutorial thanks i learned a lot…..

  57. Cine Geek April 19, 2018 at 6:47 am

    Make the infinity war one please!!!

  58. Perez Oladele April 20, 2018 at 8:01 pm

    I got a little problem, my line tool always draw an arrow instead of a line.. Can you help in fixing that?

  59. hristomir April 26, 2018 at 7:19 am

    !!! GREAT, GREAT video !!!

  60. Dvincinotes May 11, 2018 at 8:59 am

    Mind blowing! Thank you.

  61. SGB May 17, 2018 at 3:47 pm

    Thank you! This tutorial is very helpful!

  62. DANA IS A COCK SUCKER May 19, 2018 at 2:00 pm

    Bro why everytime I use Photoshop cc my C drive space will increase from 30gb to 20gb.. really need ur advise. Thanks

  63. Dave Hansow May 22, 2018 at 7:52 pm

    Wow!!! Seriously an incredible tutorial
    Thanks!

  64. Kishan Sathees May 30, 2018 at 10:02 pm

    Wow, I'm actually stunned, thank you for the detailed tutorial. Next time please do the Avengers Infinity War Font.

  65. John Bousquet June 5, 2018 at 7:34 am

    Best Photoshop instructor on the planet!

  66. Cristobal Rubio June 12, 2018 at 5:28 pm

    great tutorial, you could do civil war.

  67. bree williams June 29, 2018 at 3:18 am

    im confused on where you got the backgrounds from that you started off with…

  68. Pamela May July 20, 2018 at 1:19 am

    Thank you used this for my project

  69. Vitor Melo July 25, 2018 at 2:04 am

    Amazing!!!

  70. gOjeandre August 20, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Wow! I have so much to learn. Great videos and super easy to follow.

  71. dx46tata September 6, 2018 at 12:26 am

    This is Treasure.!!!

  72. Lare 03 September 18, 2018 at 7:17 pm

    Just awesome tutorial! Is it possible to make a tutorial about Pirates of the Caribbean logo?

  73. Jonathan Araúz September 29, 2018 at 2:16 am

    I just can say: OMFGod

  74. Ilan Camargo October 8, 2018 at 4:06 am

    ¡Después de un par de horas, lo hice! Felicitaciones desde Colombia y muchas gracias

  75. Binson Feng October 24, 2018 at 10:04 am

    tysm broooo

  76. Michael Ruffell November 12, 2018 at 8:00 pm

    is there a way to save this a layer style so dont have to redo all the steps if i wanted to use this for other projects?

  77. Erik Morin November 19, 2018 at 5:18 pm

    Wow. Excellent tutorial and terrific technique. Clean and powerful results. So that's how it's done – thank you!

  78. Malik Hisyam November 28, 2018 at 1:11 pm

    very good tutorial

  79. yagiaa November 29, 2018 at 3:07 pm

    is it only applicable for black panther text? or I can use it for other words?

  80. Cynthia December 10, 2018 at 8:48 pm

    This is amazing, thank yo so much! 😀

  81. Vagmod Rising January 28, 2019 at 10:31 pm

    Wow! John Leguizamo teaches photoshop!

  82. Gerardo Escamilla February 9, 2019 at 2:17 am

    Great tutorial

  83. Benjamin Kaleblevi February 21, 2019 at 7:17 pm

    That is so Cool! Looks like I came to the right place. What is really cool too, is that you're showing "theory" in all this. Cool ways to work with all sorts of images. Awesome!!!

  84. Adam Walters March 4, 2019 at 10:48 am

    Hi Victor – at around 8:35 the stroke opacity at 0 completely hides any effect from bevel/emboss on my file even though i have followed the tutorial to the letter? Any ideas? Thanks

  85. subhash subu March 23, 2019 at 4:27 pm

    Super Supermachu

  86. shriyansh Sirsulwar March 25, 2019 at 5:44 am

    where did you get that alphabet font of black panther.

  87. Richard Barron April 3, 2019 at 6:13 pm

    Amazing

  88. Flavio Abujamra May 2, 2019 at 7:16 pm

    I don't know what went wrong – keeping the opacity in zero nothing changes for the bevel highlights and shadows!!!! Actually stays the same as the bevel main!!!

  89. Đức Thịnh Official May 9, 2019 at 12:25 pm

    thankssssss

  90. STAGfm May 30, 2019 at 9:20 am

    Very sick good texteffect. More of that ! 🙂

  91. Fionàn O'Kelly May 30, 2019 at 5:23 pm

    this was long and dense, but ver interesting !!

  92. I W June 4, 2019 at 3:34 pm

    Because you really know Photoshop your tutorials are the best.! Thank you

  93. Saud Alharbi June 5, 2019 at 3:10 pm

    that's so so sooooo professional!

  94. Tyler Padmore June 20, 2019 at 10:44 pm

    just way too many unnecessary steps

  95. Razia Shah June 23, 2019 at 5:52 pm

    Do you teach photoshop shop ?

  96. Eternal Reaper June 24, 2019 at 12:51 pm

    yes

  97. Manny Kumar July 11, 2019 at 5:48 am

    sir please make this title in hindi language with mocup

  98. 강아론 July 16, 2019 at 12:31 pm

    Thank you so much!I'm a big fan of you 🙂

  99. Martin Balaguer September 2, 2019 at 4:37 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing this!

  100. RandyBass September 19, 2019 at 7:38 pm

    GREAT Tutorial!!!!! One question though…at 8:17 when I bring the stroke opacity to 0, the effect does not show up at all. I can see it when set at 1%, which is what I've done, but the Bevel & Emboss (being set to stroke emboss) seem to have no effect if it's zero%.
    Anyone else???

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