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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...
I learned this really simple technique from my cousin, so many ThX (as always) to him. Open Photoshop, cause now it's your turn to learn it.. 1. Create a new document and typ your text, make sure it's big and thick, there's no place here for thin fonts... Here...
This is a variation of the common fire tutorial. Start out by creating a new document with black background. The image mode should be RGB. Write your text in white. Your have to have some space for the text to rotate it. ...
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...
In this tutorial you will learn how to create rusty style.
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 ...
A Stylish Text Effect That Makes Your Text Look Blue, And Indented
I used to 'battle' alot on a forum, i noticed this tecnique was used over and over. 1. Make a new image, we used 250x 100 2. With your foregruond colour selected as black, click Edit > Fill - and give it Foreground colou...
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 ...
1. Create a new document (CTRL+N), type your text, I used the font Blades and give it a white color, make it big enough, I used 155, leave the background white or first make it black like I did and then change it to white at the end 2. The only thing you'll...