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In this tutorial you will learn how to create rusty style.
To start, I have a 2 layer image (white background, 50% gray text). I hope that you are becoming familiar with Layer Styles in Photoshop 6, as we will use these to turn our type into some form of plastic or glass. I'm going into this with little idea what the end result will be… it m...
Below i will show you how to create a nice text affect! I suggest you use the font i have used , BnfontBOY you can download it by clicking here Step 1. First of all create a new document ...
There are a few little tricks that will help your text look a bit sharper on your webpages, especially at smaller sizes. Resizing When resampling blocks of text, the...
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Introduction In this tutorial we will attempt to create lighting in a few very simple steps. Step 1 Open a new document that is 300x100 pixels, RGB, on a white background. Create a n...
Here we are going to create a teaser poster and do some crazy font stuff to create some creepy text. Create a new document with these settings. Now choose a font like Adobe Jensen Pro and type a line of your title. Each line of text yo...
Insert Graphics into your text, I have seen this tutorial before , however i have never seen it done this way , me personaly i bilieve this is as fast as it gets. ...
Open a new window with: Width:120pixels Height:120pixels Resolution: 72 pixels/inch Mode: RGB color Contents:White Type a big letter inside, in my case I have typed "at" sign with Caflisch Script font with a size of 200pixels. Next rasterize the type layer by right clicking and choosi...
1. Create a new document (CTRL+N), type your text, I used the font DonteFont and give it a black color, make it big enough, I used 150, leave the background white for a better result 2. The only thing you'll be using is the Blending Options, so go ahead and ...
In this brief tutorial I will show you how to create probably one of the most easiest text tutorials you've ever taken, adding some life to your pixel text.