Vintage TV Text Effect 4S6AST8

As I sat in my dimly lit room, surrounded by the relics of a bygone era, my eyes fixed on the old VCR sitting on the shelf. It had been ages since I last used that clunky machine to watch a VHS tape, its holographic charm now a nostalgic reminder of simpler times.

With a sense of curiosity, I inserted the worn-out tape into the VCR and pressed play. As the holographic image flickered to life on the TV screen, I was mesmerized by the vintage photo-like effect that gave the scene a timeless quality. The action unfolding before me seemed so distant, yet its charm was undeniable, a bridge between the past and the future.

As the scenes played out, a futuristic sensation engulfed me, a cyberpunk vibe that seemed to transcend the present moment. The cyber glow of neon lights and holographic billboards created a backdrop that felt straight out of a dystopian future. It was as if I had stumbled upon a forgotten template for envisioning the world of tomorrow.

Lost in the glow of the screen, I couldn’t help but think about the mockup of a future that the creators of those old movies had imagined. The play of light and shadow, the distortions that added an otherworldly effect, it was all there. The digital alien landscapes and bursts of technological marvels painted a picture of a world where humans and machines coexisted in an intricate dance.

The monitor before me emitted a soft holo glow, casting a matrix of light on my face. It was almost hypnotic, this dance of pixels and glitches, reminiscent of a time when the concept of a glitch was more than just a digital annoyance. It was an art form, a deliberate distortion effect that added character to the digital realm.

What’s inside?

* high-quality PSD files;
* 4500×3000 px, 300 dpi;
* editable option;
* 3 line textures inside the PSD;
* instruction.

If you’ve found yourself stuck at some stage of editing, drop me a message so we can figure it out together ❤️
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