Grungy Metal Texture. I’ll be teaching you how to make some grungy metal with a star in this tutorial.
First create a new document then fill the background with an appropriate color. My document size was 435 x 223 pixels and the background color I used is #dbc699. So after you’ve got your basic background color, reset your colors to black/white by pressing D. Now go and apply Filter > Render > Clouds, before doing anything else go to Edit > Fade and use about 65% with the mode Soft Light.
Fade settings: Resulting in: Lastly for this step apply Filter > Noise > Add Noise with an amount of about 1.0 – 2.5, I just used 1.0. Now what you need to do is go and download some realistic grunge brushes. Lower the opacity for your grunge brushing layer to about 40%. 3d models. Ok for this tutorial we're going to have a quick look at how to make a worn metal texture in Photoshop.
This is going to be fairly quick & easy so it will not be suitable for all purposes. Thing is, no tutorial really ever is. The best ones show you how to go through the process & get an end result, but really only serve as a basis for your own experimentation. To that end please don't email me saying, "It didn't cover how to add mud/sand/blood spots/etc. I'll try to cover as much as I can, but after that it's up to you to experiment and discover new techniques.
I also won't be covering all the ins & outs of Photoshop either. Rule 1 of texture creation: Never use the default settings - not on anything, (filters/tools/etc) ever. For this tut I will be using Adobe's Photoshop, a Wacom Graphire 2 tablet and the 3d Total texture CD, ( along with a couple of textures from my own personal collection. Creating a Cool Brushed Metal Surface in Photoshop. Today's tutorial comes in response to a reader request from Tom and it won't be about lighting effects, glows, or sparks.
Instead, I will show you how to create the brushed aluminum texture similar to the Apple products! Tutorials >> Realistic Metal. Ripped and Torn Edges and Stuff. Photoshop allows you to create that ripped, torn and distressed effect that has been seen around lately.
It’s a simple practice in masking and brush settings. This tutorial will show you how to achieve that ripped effect with little effort, and a lot of flexibility. I was looking through a recent print magazine in which they were displaying artwork around the world. I saw a lot of grungy, torn, ripped and generally distressed design trends.
3nhanced.com - Imagine, Design, Develop, Create the Web. Tagged Photoshop by Jon The “web 2.0″ look has taken over the web and has given it a very clean and polished look.
Nothing against this, but I wanted to throw something of the opposite into the mix. If done right, a nice grungy look can be rather refreshing these days. By creating a rusty street sign, I’ll show you some techniques you can use to make your next design downright nasty. Step 1: The Gradient No Photoshop tutorial would be complete without some sort of gradient in the background. Step 2: The Sign In this step, I used the rounded rectangle and custom shape tool (U) to create a basic looking sign. After you are happy with your sign, flatten all the layers you used to create it. Step 3: The Grime The next step will involve 5 different filters/effects to for the specific texture that is needed. Futuristic, Grungy Metal Text Effect in Photoshop. In today’s quick tip tutorial, we will demonstrate how to create a futuristic, grungy, text effect with lots of scratches and fancy neon lights.
Let’s get started! Step 1 Create a new document with any desired size, in this case I made the document 1920px wide and 1080px high at a resolution of 300ppi. Next, change the background color to #272727. Metallic Styles in Photoshop. In this tutorial, we're going to create a metallic effect using layer styles and gradients that you can apply to different objects.
We'll put it on a nice background and create a style for lettering that makes it look like it's embedded into the metal. You can download the sample PSD file from the link at the bottom of the tutorial if you'd like to simply copy+paste the layer styles. Step 1: We start as always with a background gradient. I've used a Radial Gradient with two shades of a lovely light green.
Foreground color - #93cc1a Background color - #7eb704 Step 2: To give our background a bit more oomph we will next fade it off at the edges. Then switch the layer to opacity 30%. Step 3: Now duplicate that last layer of black edge and go to Filters > Blur > Gaussian Blur and use a setting of 20px to blur out the layer and give it a softer effect. You may be wondering why we didn't just use a different radial gradient in the first place, and indeed you probably could do that.
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