Shabby Shapes Photoshop Brushes by Designfruit. A Free High-Resolution Photoshop brush set of grungy, dirty simple shapes.
This contains several basic shapes that can be combined to create more complicated shapes for borders, backgrounds and more. Each shape is big and bold; created to resemble a raised surface that has been inked and then pressed into a sheet of paper like an old trashy letterpress. These are big. Many of the brushes are around 2500 pixels. Suitable for print projects and web projects. Créer un texte encadré. In this beginning-level design tutorial, I’ll show you how to apply a beautiful and super-easy text treatment in Photoshop: the inset text effect.
It’s also often called the letterpress effect because it looks similar to text created by a Letterpress printer. Final Result Here’s a preview of what we’re about to create. Créer une typographie aquatique. To sort of wrap up our series on using liquid effects for design, today, we will look at how to use liquid photostocks to create a gorgeous and stunning liquid text effect in Photoshop.
By using some clever techniques, we can warp liquids into a variety of shapes to meet our needs. In this case, you’ll learn how to create letters from liquids, and then add in some extra effects for a dynamic composition. All you need is Photoshop and some free stock images, so let’s get started! Créer une typographie galactique.
This post was originally published in 2009 The tips and techniques explained may be outdated.
Galactic space scenes are a popular theme for digital art, they’re packed full of texture and vibrant colour, which are two ingredients of an awesome design! Using Photoshop’s blending modes along with a mix of textures and brushes, let’s get lost in space and create an abstract cosmos poster design. Open up Photoshop and create a new document. Depending on your overall aims, you might want to specify dimensions for a printed poster, otherwise a 72dpi document is perfect for on-screen use.
Fill the background with a dark grey. Débuter sur Adobe Photoshop !