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Real Name : Kyo Jian
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PostSubject: Font Tutorial   Thu Jan 27, 2011 9:10 pm

1.) Open Photoshop and create a new file.
The size is your choice, but I went with 500 x 120px.

2.) Download and install the compacta-icg-bold font file that I attached.

3.) Click on the text tool and create a new text layer with the font Compacta ICG, and type whatever you want in whatever size you want. I typed "KYO". Make the font BLUE. I used the color of the font, and 105px for the size.

4.) Right click on the KYO text layer in the layers palette, and click on blending options.

5.) Usethe settings for the drop shadow of the KYO text layer.And settings for the stroke (outline)!

6.) Now, create a new layer and place it above the text layer. Then copy this texture and paste it into your new layer.

7.) Resize (ctrl + T) the texture so that it fits on your canvas.

8.) Next, select the text layer in the layers palette, click on the magic wand tool and select the BLUE of each letter by clicking in the BLUE, and holding shift for each additional letter you want to select.

9.) With the blue of the text still selected, click on the texture layer, and then invert your selection (CTL + SHIFT + I).

10.) Now DEL the area that is selected so that! The color should be gray!Smile)
my english is bad sorry!

11.) Next, deselect the area you have selected, and then invert the colors of the texture layer. (CTL + I) or (Image > Adjustments > Invert)

12.) Set the blending mode of the texture layer to Darken and set the opacity to 65%. naaa kinda hard! I'm using not dual computer too hard to post some picture here! to slow to upload it!

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