3D Cliff Text in Photoshop ( Tutorial )

Start a new document about 800x300.
Reset your foreground and background color to black and white (Press "D").
Then go to Filter » Render » Clouds.
Select the type tool and create your text. Make it fairly large, and position it towards the top.
CTRL+CLICK the text layer to load the selection, then go to SELECT » Feather, and enter 3. Now hide the text layer.
Set your foreground color to white and background to light grey. I used:#7E7E7E.
Now create a new layer, then go to Filter » Render » Cloud. Then go to Layer » Image » Flatten Image. (if prompt for "Discard Hidden Layers" Click ok.)
Now go to Image » Rotate Canvas » 90CW. Then Filter » Stylize » Wind:
Method: Wind. Direction: From the Right. Press CTRL+F about 7 times to reapply the wind filter. Then Image » Rotate Canvas » 90CCW to turn the image back to normal viewing.
Now Filter » Sharpen » Unsharp Mask. Amount: 500%. Radius: 2. Threshold: 0.
Then Filter » Sharpen » Sharpen. Reapply twice..
Now open the color balance box and play with the color sliders to get some nice colors.

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