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How to achieve this typography effect?

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I find these designs by Mitsuo Katsui extremely intriguing. Of course I don't expect myself to be able to replicate the many techniques precisely, especially the masterful choice of colors. It's the ability to blend three-dimensionally (as if a shape is spinning across an axis) that I am particularly interest in yet have no idea how to do. 

 

Just wondering if anyone knows how to achieve this effect using Photoshop and/or Illustrator. I am relatively new to both Photoshop and Illustrator so any help is appreciated! 

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From what I can see, it seems like several blends, a couple at the side ends, superimposed and using, combined with transparency modes, like overlay or screen.

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How to achieve this typography effect?

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I find these designs by Mitsuo Katsui extremely intriguing. Of course I don't expect myself to be able to replicate the many techniques precisely, especially the masterful choice of colors. It's the ability to blend three-dimensionally (as if a shape is spinning across an axis) that I am particularly interest in yet have no idea how to do. 

 

Just wondering if anyone knows how to achieve this effect using Photoshop and/or Illustrator. I am relatively new to both Photoshop and Illustrator so any help is appreciated! 

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Correct answer by federico_platon | Adobe Community Professional

From what I can see, it seems like several blends, a couple at the side ends, superimposed and using, combined with transparency modes, like overlay or screen.

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From what I can see, it seems like several blends, a couple at the side ends, superimposed and using, combined with transparency modes, like overlay or screen.

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Thank you! Time to experiment. 🙂 

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