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1. Begin with a new file, I choose 300x150, but any size will work, then choose a dark background color.
2. Now take the Text Tool and type in your text.
3. Then right click on the text layer and choose Duplicate Layer, then rasterize the layer, to do that just right click...
In this tutorial I will show you 3 different ways to make shine. So open up your image.
1. Begin with a new file, 400x50, with #707070 as your background color, then create a new layer in layers palette.<br/> 2. Now take the Polygonal Lasso Tool and draw a shape as the image below shows. Hold down Shift to get straight lines.<br/> 3. Go to Layer>New Fill Layer>Gradient...
1. Begin with a new file, 700x150, with #707070 as your background color, then create a new layer in the layers palette.
2. Now take the Rectangular Marquee Tool and draw out a rectangle as the image below shows, fill the rectangle with #D0D0D0...
1. Begin with a new file, 400x100, with #3E3B70 as your background color. Then take the Text Tool and type in something.
2. Now right click on your text layer and choose Blending Options, then apply these settings:...
1. Begin with a new file, 700x100, with a transparent background. Now set the foreground color to white, and then take the Paint Bucket Tool and click on your canvas.
2. Now set your foreground color to black and then take the Brush Tool...
1. Begin with a new file, 400x50, I choose #7E7D7D as my background color for this tutorial. Then set your foreground color to #D0D0D0. Now create a new layer in the layers palette.
2. Take the Rounded Rectangle Tool and make a shape similar to the one below...
1. Begin with a new file, 500x500, with #999999 as your background color. Then create a new layer in the layers palette.
2. Now take the Rounded Rectangle Tool and create a shape similar to the image below...
1. Begin with a new file, with a black background, I choose 300x300 but any size will work. Then create a new layer in the layers palette. Now take the Gradient Tool and use this settings.
2. Now draw something like the image below...
1. Begin with a new file, with a black background and the size doesn't matter. I choose 400x150 for this tutorial. Now take the Text Tool and type in your text.
2. Now right click on your text layer and chose Blending Options. Click on Bevel and Emboss...