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Duplicating an element with a transformation is one of the easiest and fastest ways of creating 3D objects in Photoshop. This tutorial will guide you through creating a 3D text using that method, and then styling the different layers you get to create a metallic, retro-looking text effect. Let’s get started!

The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial.

  • Nexa Rust font.
  • Free Pack 6000 photoshop gradients by Supertuts007 (Load theCHROMES.grd file).
  • Free Tileable Leather Patterns by WebTreatsETC.
  • In order to load the contours used, go to Edit > Presets > Preset Manager, and choose Contours from the Preset Type drop-down menu. Then click the little arrow to the right of the Preset Type drop down menu, and click Contours near the bottom of the pop-up menu. When the dialog box appears after that, just clickAppend, and you’ll get the contours.

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Bu duvar kağıdını yapmak için öncelikle bir fikre ihtiyacımız var. Notalı bir duvar kağıdı yapmak o kadar da zor olmasa gerek. Öncelikle belirlediğimiz bir duvar kağıdı boyutunda yeni bir sayfa açıp istediğimiz bir renkle dolduruyoruz. Ardından gradient i kullanarak ortadan başlayan bir ışık efekti veriyoruz. Bu layerın görünümünü değiştirmek için layerın az yukarısında normal yazısını gördüğünüz yeri biraz karıştırıyorsunuz. Herşeyin normal olması sıkıcı sonuçlar verir. Ardından dilediğimiz renklerde photoshop fırçalarını yeni sayfamız üzerinde gezdiriyoruz. Ve harflerimizi uçuşturuyoruz. Tam olarak şöyle bir görüntü elde edersek doğru yoldayız demektir:

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Vlad Studio’nun Photoshop derslerine bu adresten ulaşabilirsiniz.

This tutorial is about Missing Piece wallpaper. The most important thing you need for good wallpaper is the idea 😉 So I came up with pencil sketch, which I then scanned and opened in Photoshop.

Missing Piece - making of - Step 1

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itasarim wallpaper

Step 1 – Making the Background

The background of our wallpaper is going to help set the mood. Using a dark background will allow us to compose the typography we use later really stand out of our image.

Compose a new document with the dimensions you desire. My desktop is 1280×1024px, so that will be my document size. Set your foreground color to a dark gray (#111111) and your background color to black (#000000). Then grab the Radial Gradient Tool and compose a light to dark gradient near the center of your document. (daha&helliip;)

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You can download the images needed to work along with this tutorial. Visit Mark Galer’s site (link opens in a new window) for instructions on how to access them. The images are high resolution and will make it easier to reproduce the exact effects from this tutorial.

Photoshop Masking & Montage Tutorial — Advanced Techniques For Improving Landscape Images

Photoshop Masking & Montage Tutorial — Advanced Techniques For Improving Landscape Images

Original Venice image by Craig Shell (sky by Mark Galer)

Drama in Venice
Venetian classical painters had a passion for moody and tempestuous skies (just Google the Tempest by Giorgione to see one such example). I now find it hard to look at an image of Venice with a featureless sky. The sky is an essential ingredient of any memorable landscape image. Unfortunately it is not something (daha&helliip;)

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Learn how to use Photoshop to compose selectively add a dramatic sepia effect a photo. This Photoshop effect works best when used with Photoshop CS3 but will also work with Photoshop CS2 or older using an alternative method.

Preview of Final Results

Selective Sepia Photoshop Tutorial

Selective Sepia Photoshop Tutorial

Step 1: Open an image into Photoshop

Open the File menu and select Open. Browse for the photo you would like to add a selective sepia effect to and click OK.

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Step 2: Compose a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer

In the Layers pallet, click on the New Adjustment Layer icon and select Hue/Saturation. (daha&helliip;)

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