Glas letters

Glas letters

1. februar 2021 Slået fra Af Mary-Ann
Step A:
1) File new| Set size: 500×200. Background: Own choice. Click OK.
2) In the color palette: [Styles:] Stroke is set to Gradient by holding down the small arrow. Set Gradient to Black-White. Invert gradient: Highlighted. Horizontal: 32. Vertcal: 33. Angel: gray tone. Repeats: 0.
3) Select your Flood Fill-Tool   In the tool palette:
Click with the mouse in the new image so that it is covered with the selected gradient.
4) Effects| Textur Effects| Weave:  Gab Size. 5. Width: 1. Opasity: 13. Weave Color: Black. Gab Color: Black. Fill Gabs: Selected. Click ok.










Step B:
1)Now add a new layer. Click the Add Layer button   in the Layers Palette. Press OK and the layer is created. Make this layer the active layer by clicking on the layer name in the Layer Palette.
2) Add Text | Font: Own Choice. (Here Calisto MT).
Stroke: Gradient, Fill: Gradient. The settings must be Black-White, Linear gradient. Floating: Marked. Antialias: Marked. Click OK.
Use your Movertool if the text is not in the place where you want it.
3) Deselect the current selection with Ctrl + D or Selection | None.
4)Effect| 3D effect|Inner Bevel| Round. Width: 8. Smoothnes: 40. Depth: 4. Ambience: 40. Shininess: 30. 
Color: White. Angle: 315. Intensity: 50. Elevation: 20. Click OK.









Step C:
1) Set the Foreground color to the White RGB colors: 255, 255, 255.
2) Effets| Artistic Effects| Hot Vax Coating.
3) Layer Blend Mode: To the right of the layer palette, set to “Hard Light
Step D:
1)With your Selection Tool | Rectangle, you drag a selection around one of the letters. Click once in the middle of the selection and it will appear as a “narrow” selection Outside the letter.
2)  Make layer 1 active by clicking on it.
Now you can see on your layer palette that a Floating Layer has been created. choose selection| defloat
3) Select the Background Layer by clicking it.
4) Effects| Destortion Effects| Warp. Set horizontal: 50, Vertical: 50, Size: 100, Strenght: 20.
5) Return to Layer 1 and repeat the entire Step D on all letters.
You can choose to mark all the letters at once and make a Warp based on it, then the result will be a little different.
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