I have brought an interesting tutorial to you that is leopard print text effect, it is so easy to create by using some filter, layer style and color. You can apply this technique on any object to apply leopard effect, just follow this example and enjoy.
Take a new document with any size, select Text tool (T key) and type any text on the document with color "#f1be7c " any text format.
Choose foreground color "#f1be7c" and background color "#b56c0d". Add noise on the text, go to Filter menu > Noise > Add Noise. Put amount 30.68% and deselect "Uniform" option.
Now I am going to highlight the dark spot, go to Filter menu > Artistic > Poster Edges. Put values in edge thickness "0" and Edge Intensity "6" Posterization "6".
You get this text, it has some more work are left.
Make duplicate text layer, make selection of the text by click on the text layer thumb with hold "Ctrl" key. Apply bur in the selected area, go to Filter menu > Blur > Motion Blur, adjust angle "-90o" and distance "19px".
Apply some layer style to make text more attractive, go to Layer menu > Layer Style and choose Bevel & Emboss, Gradient Overlay and Stroke.
Apply upper layer setting to get the final result as here.
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