Urgent Attention to My Artisti...

Urgent Attention to My Artistic Abilities

Urgent Attention to My Artistic Abilities

Thread started by invoker on Sunday, 3:49pm March 18th with 11 replies. Views: 443

invoker

1,141 posts

3:49pm Mar 18th 12

As noticed I am hopelessly hopeless with forum signatures.
Yet i don't like asking for someone elses work, I also only like simple basic text signatures.

I was wondering how to achieve this sort of look.
As seen on the CyberGamer logo and many other team logos they seem to have to color tones.
Light
Dark

Most people should know what I am babbling about... I really couldn't be bothered finding examples
But I got the idea from Think Positives logo and eDGe's signature.

terrorv2

2,987 posts

3:51pm Mar 18th 12

Nice avatar. Pity you ain't a vet.

MasFx

4,672 posts

3:51pm Mar 18th 12

"Gradient"

invoker

1,141 posts

3:53pm Mar 18th 12

terror i've been pwnin you since '06 of SOF.

yes MasFX but I cannot not do it lol.
What are the most common settings.

DERlVE

2,678 posts

3:59pm Mar 18th 12


terror i've been pwnin you since '06 of SOF.

yes MasFX but I cannot not do it lol.
What are the most common settings.

Quote from CHZN1 on the 18th of March 2012

What are you using?

Just google 'Program' - how to gradient

invoker

1,141 posts

4:01pm Mar 18th 12

Currently using: Photoshop CS3.

MasFx

4,672 posts

4:02pm Mar 18th 12

If using photoshop, on the colour palette select a light tone of the colour you would like to use as primary, then select a darker tone as secondary. Double click your "FONT" this shall open blending options, Go down to "Gradient Overlay" then click the bar with the default Black/white gradient in it. In the options it opens you will see your tones that you had previously chosen.

invoker

1,141 posts

4:05pm Mar 18th 12


If using photoshop, on the colour palette select a light tone of the colour you would like to use as primary, then select a darker tone as secondary. Double click your "FONT" this shall open blending options, Go down to "Gradient Overlay" then click the bar with the default Black/white gradient in it. In the options it opens you will see your tones that you had previously chosen.

Quote from MasFx on the 18th of March 2012

I am been doing this but nothing really turns out like anyone elses.

MasFx

4,672 posts

4:07pm Mar 18th 12

Find an example and ill explain how to do it

invoker

1,141 posts

4:13pm Mar 18th 12

[IMG]http://i43.tinypic.com/2ajn7gj.png[/IMG]

One of the examples I could find.

Also your eyecreate image, how do you get that sort of glow.

MasFx

4,672 posts

4:15pm Mar 18th 12

Oh, Get a white square shape. And put the square layer over the font layer in the layers palette (Bottom right) right click the square layer (in layer palette) and create clipping mask. Lower opacity and your done.

My logo = Experience :D

Just messing with "Bevel and emboss" Function

invoker

1,141 posts

4:18pm Mar 18th 12

Ah alrighty Ill give it a go I guess.
Thanks for that Mas