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Post by Van1lla on Sun Jun 29, 2008 7:32 am

1) - Create a new image(900x350 pixels)
2) - Add some text on a transparent layer. Name it "text".
- Copy this layer.
- Merge the new copy to a white layer. Name it "blur".
- Use filters=>blur=>gaussian blur(h=15,v=15) on the "blur" layer.


3) - Create a gray layer (color:#989898). Name it "Bump".
- Use filters=>map=>bump map (use the "blur" layer as the bump map)


4) - Select the "Three_bars_sin" gradient.
- Use filters=>colors=>map=>Gradient map


5) - Double click on the gradient tool.
- Set "blend" to "Custom Gradient".
- Create a new layer and fill it with the "horizon_2" gradient. Name it "horizon"

6) On the "horizon" layer use filters=>map=>displace.



6) - Select the "text" layer.
- In the layers window select "alpha to selection".
- Use select=>grow(grow selection by: 5 pixels)
- Press Ctrl + i (invert selection)

7) - Select the "bump" layer.
- Press Ctrl + k (cut selection)

Cool - Select the "horizon" layer.
- Press Ctrl + k (cut selection)

9) - Select the "bump" layer. Set its mode to "Overlay".'
- Arrange all layers as shown below.

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Post by MrMario on Wed Jul 23, 2008 6:15 am

sweet!!! Thanks
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Post by Antonio on Wed Jul 23, 2008 8:32 am

Yes they are good

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Post by Jack1111 on Thu Aug 28, 2008 8:52 pm

Thanx i will try that sometime
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Post by Jack1111 on Fri Aug 29, 2008 5:17 pm

I dont get what to do will you pm me some help ?
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