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1. Begin with a new file, with a white background color. Then create a new layer in the layers palette.<br/> 2. Now take the Rectangular Marquee Tool and draw out a rectangle.<br/> 3. Then take the Gradient Tool, choose the Linear Gradient and apply this settings:...
1. First thing to do is to open up your image, then take the Text Tool and type in your text, the color on the text doesn't matter.<br/> 2. Now right click on your text layer in the layers palette and choose Blending Options, then apply these settings:...
1. First thing to do is to type in your text and maybe apply some effects to the text layer.
2. So now when you have your text like you want it, it's time to rasterize the text layer, to do that just right click on your text layer in the layers palette and choose Rasterize Layer...
1. Start with a new file, size and color doesn't matter, then take the Text Tool and type in your text.
2. Go to the layers palette and right click chose Blending Options and do these settings:...
Begin with a new file, 500x500, with a transparent background. Then make sure you have black as your foreground color and white as your background color. Then go to Filter>Render>Clouds and then go to Filter>Render>Difference Clouds, now press Ctrl+F 4 times...
Editor's Pick in HTML and CSS Tutorials, September 2005
Use the Rectangular Marquee Tool to make a website header and the Slice tool to convert it into an expanding one.
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, September 2005
This is crunk, or cool! Take your text from 2D to 3D, then open blending options and play with gradient overlay to give it the look of steel.
Begin with a new file, 400x300 and with #596275 as your background color. Then create a new layer, now take the Rectangular Marquee Tool and draw out a rectangle like the image below and fill the rectangle with #D9D9D9...
Begin with a new file, 450x50 and with #8B8B8B as your background color. Then create a new layer, now take the Rectangular Marquee Tool and draw out a rectangle, fill the rectangle with white...
Begin with a new file, 720x150, with any background color you want. Then create a new layer in the layers palette. Now take the Rectangular Marquee Tool and draw out a rectangle, then choose the Gradient Tool and make a gradient like the image below shows...