Learn how to create 3d food text effect. This Adobe Photoshop tutorial teaches how to apply food textures and light reflections to the 3d letters. You may get large (2.6 x 2.3 in, 300px/in) editable .psd* file of "Bacon and Fried Eggs tutorial" Photoshop tutorial by making a payment.

Also you may get previous file + large (11.6 x 11 in, 300px/in) .psd* file of "Food Text effect Alphabet" which includes all English letters and 1-9 numbers in separate layers. Each letter contains separate letter layer + shadow layer. You will be able to remove or change shadow effect.

 

  • Choose Brush Tool with the scattering effect, you may use the same brush as for the first layer bubbles effect.
  • Create a new layer and draw some bubbles close to the egg edges. Erase the bubbles outside of the eggs silhouette.

  • Apply adjustments to this layer just like on the screen shots below:

Learn how to create 3d fast food text effect. This Adobe Photoshop tutorial teaches how to apply fast food skin texture and light reflections to the 3d letters

Learn how to create 3d fast food text effect. This Adobe Photoshop tutorial teaches how to apply fast food skin texture and light reflections to the 3d letters

Learn how to create 3d fast food text effect. This Adobe Photoshop tutorial teaches how to apply fast food skin texture and light reflections to the 3d letters

  • Use the small scattering dark color brush to create black pepper effect. You may find this brush in "Help files" list on the first page of tutorial.

Learn how to create 3d fast food text effect. This Adobe Photoshop tutorial teaches how to apply fast food skin texture and light reflections to the 3d letters

  • The same "eggs" brushes set file includes another brush to create salt effect.
  • Draw square shape dots.

  • In order to create salt effect use the adjustments from screen shots below:

Learn how to create 3d fast food text effect. This Adobe Photoshop tutorial teaches how to apply fast food skin texture and light reflections to the 3d letters

  • The eggs layers are done. You may group them and make invisible for a while.
  • Use Rounded Rectangular Tool in the Shape Mode to create bacon strips. I've created 3 strips of the bacon to use them to combine them for different letters & numbers shapes.
  • Make active "Add to shape area" mode, to add 2-nd and 3-rd strips to the same layer.
  • The whole size of these 3 shapes is around 300 x 450px.

  • Apply layer style effects just like on the screen shots below to get a "Grayscale Mesh". This gray texture will be used to create bacon "wave" effect. The dark areas of texture will be deep parts of "waves" texture and light areas will be embossed parts. You may find these effects and some others bacon textures and layers in this file.

  • Make active path thumbnail of bacon shape.
  • Go to 3D > New Mesh From Grayscale > Plane.

  • Here is the result of applying 3D effect.

  • Here are the default 3d settings of Grayscale Mesh.

  • Click current Diffuse texture icon and choose "Open".

  • The texture has to open in a new document and it has to be look like the gray mesh we created previously.

  • Duplicate the bacon shape layer inside of the "diffuse" texture document (which opened in a new window).
  • Apply new layer style effects to these duplicated layers (see screen shots below). You may see all layer style settings in this psd file, also you may download gradient and patterns used here.
  • After applying all these styles go to File > Save. You will see the result of changes in the main file automatically after saving "Diffuse" texture.
  • Return to the saved "Diffuse" texture, go to File > "Save as" and save this new texture as a separate file (with the name "Bump", for example), we need this action for the future step.

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