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First create a new document. Make it big because you can always make it smaller when your are ready. Create a new layer (Ctrl+Shift+N) and fill it with white. Make sure that the fore- and background colors are white and black (press D). Go to Filter>>Render>>Clouds. The results are never the same bu...
Make a new file with about 400 by 400pixels dimensions and a white background, then using the type tool type some large black text. I used MinsterlPosterWHG font with 170pts size. Feel free to use your own font, however try picking some thick one. With your text font active click on the n...
Let's say you want to create some text that looks as though it is disappearing off into the distance. If you notice, you cannot transform text with perspective transform function. If you rasterize t...
1. Start adding some text (a big font works best). Use the same color for your text as you used on your background. Ctrl + Click on the text layer. This will make the text visible. ...
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Create some text and rasterize it. Using the rectangular marquee tool make a selection as shown. Now you need some kind of displacement map in .psd format (displacement map is simply any image you can use, but it must be a .psd). I have created two grungy displacement maps, you can downloa...
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.
This tutorial will teach you how to add a blue flame to your text! 1. Start off wit ha new image, we used 400px x 400 px with a white background 2. set your foreground colour to black, click Edit > Fill - and navigate to...
Half 'n' Half A Simple Tutorial Which Will Guide You Through Producing A Simple Text. The Tutorial 1. Open A New Document In Adobe, With A White Background 2. Size It About 200x100 3. Choose Your Font, Colour And Type Your Word Or Words 4. Then 'Right Click' On The Layer With ...
Plastic Text Tutorial 1: This is a simple tutorial with no artistic interpretation like airbrushing - just follow the tutorial and enjoy. Start off with a medium sized canvas (I'm using 400x400) and create your text. Hold ctrl/cmd and click on the layer containing your text to sel...
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...