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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 ...
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. ...
1. Start with a new document (CTRL+N). The dimensions of the document aren't important, just make sure you have a black background 2. Type your text, use a font such as SLAYER, rather thin and horror like and give it a white color Select the text layer and hit...
To begin with let's create a new image, 72 dpi with a white background. Create a new layer, enter some large text with the type mask tool, and fill it with black. Duplicate this layer, and with your selection still active we are ready to begin. I hope that you are starting to grasp using Lay...
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1 Make a new document, 500 wide by 200 high. Then select the type tool, and write what you want. Make the colour of this text black. Ive added a blue background colour to my image, but this is not required. Now right click on the text layer and sele
First type some text, use some kind of thick font. Rasterize your text layer. Control+Click (Mac: Command+Click) on your text layer to make a selection. Go to Select>Modify>Contract, enter 2pixels for the value and press OK. Fill your selection with white color and then go to Filter>Blur...
A Short Tutorial On How To Produce A Text Effect That Looks Scanned. For This This Tutorial You Dot Pattern Effect. If You Already Have This Then Go Straight To Part 2 The Tutorial - Part 1 1. Open A New Document In Adobe, With A Transparent Background 2. Size It 3x3 3. Zoom In ...
In this tutorial, i will show you how to create a frosted ice text. After you learn this technique you can apply it too all sorts of different things.
Let's start out by creating a new image. I'm setting mine up as follows: Width: 8 in Height: 4 in Resolution: 150 Mode: RGB Background: White Since we are basically doubling the 72 dpi, you can view this at 50% and still have a fair rendering of what the full-blown image looks like. N...
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...