3D Graffiti Text Effect Creator
It's the most feature rich and versatile 3D graffiti editor online. By using this free graffiti text generator, you can design cool 3D graffiti logos and 3D graffiti banners very easily and fast.
Using a so powerful online graffiti text editor can be a little tricky. If you are new here, spend some minutes reading the tips below. They can be very useful to help to learn how to use this cool graffiti creator.
Some features of this free graffiti text logo generator that help you to create beautiful graffiti text logos and very impressive graffiti banners are:
- ability to deal with three separated painting layer sets: back (optional), middle (optional) and front (the graffiti text itself);
- several drawing styles for each layer set;
- a list of fonts that are really related to graffiti art;
- several interesting 3D text styles for text;
- configurable 3D text deepness;
- total control of color compositions;
- advanced gradient options;
- ability to draw the graffiti 3D text over a background if desired;
- four styles of spatial fitting over the back surface with advanced configuration;
- a list of cool wall backgrounds to draw your graffiti on.
Despite there are some example images below, you could like to visit our page about The Best Graffiti Text Effects to see more samples of what our free online graffiti text effect generator can make. Furthermore, that graffiti letters can inspire you to create your own graffiti word art.
- Since this graffiti generator is very powerful and has many configuration options, the interface items are grouped in sections to help you. Pay attention to them.
- The rendering process recognizes three main layer sets: back, middle and front (the text layer set). The first two ones are optional and it could be a good idea to set them off while you learn how to use nicely the many graffiti text attributes.
- The gradient style and colors configuration works similarly for all layer sets. When you get used to it for the text layer set, probably you will be able to use it smoothly for all three ones.
- Don't confuse the "back drawing layer set" with the "background". The last one is about the image you can use as "where" the graffiti text will be painted (in fact, where all layers will be painted). The background is optional too (you should let it off until you understand how to configure the text layer).
- The "Background" interface section is not only to choose a texture to paint over. There you set how the graffiti drawing will lay on the "texture surface". These items affect the graffiti spatial disposition and the resulting colors. Understanding that options can be very important to get the most realistic results, mainly when choosing some back textures that are harder to use because they are more irregular or have saturated colors. Anyway, the default values are good for many backgrounds, mainly the plainest ones.
- As a general rule, strong colors for all drawing sets (mainly the text one) are easier to use and combine with backgrounds; try to follow this tip if you have problems with the color compositions. If you intend to create a graffiti text without a background image, all colors are equally easy to use.