There’s a myriad of helpful tasks and tips on developing creative skills and training imagination.
One of them is to choose an object, animal, feeling, phenomenon (anything, really!) and depict its essence. Try it and you’ll see it’s such a puzzling assignment for any artist! I’ve reduced the pressure a bit to express a Doppler effects’ essence as the distorted lettering for Photoshop!
If you’re familiar with the Doppler effect (shoutout to the “Big Bang Theory” fans, wink-wink), you know that it’s about the frequency of the waves moving in relation to the wave source. As much as it’s a nerdy pitch from physics, the effect is so artistic and mind-boggling! You just add your text to the Smart Layer and watch it getting twitchy. But it’s not all: you’ll find yourself in a mesmeric gaze after adding one of 4 wavy backgrounds and picking the prepared color from 50 gradient maps (or adjust the color yourself, you can do that too!).
Even if you’re not a pro graphic designer, this Photoshop text effect would still be an exciting thing to work with: create awe-inspiring posters, social media posts, packaging, backgrounds and more. And the last word from me: look at the distorted text and blink fast to see it moving for real!
Included in this set:
- High-quality .PSD file
- 50 gradient maps
- 4 abstract backgrounds with editable color
- 4500 x 3000 px, 300 dpi
- Help file
Zipped File Size: 85.7 MB
File Types Included: .PSD
Software compatibility: Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 (and higher)
This product has featured in The Creative’s Stunning Design Toolkit
Doppler Distortion Text Effect
Extended Licence Included for personal & commercial projects
Professional Support from our helpful team
Why Design Cuts is The Smart Choice For Designers
Huge savings when you buy two or more marketplace items
At no extra cost, covering commercial & products for resale! Click for details
Contact our friendly Customer Support Team at any time for help or advice
Our downloads don't expire! Download what you need, when you need it
Be the first to review “Doppler Distortion Text Effect”