By combining text with star shape, this example achieves the effect of the shape and meaning of text and graphics. Such a combination of words can give people a visual image of the impression. Figure 2-2 shows the effect of the instance completion.
Figure 2-2 Completion effect
The main operation of this example in the production process is to edit the star shape, input text, decorated text, set the "Bevel and Emboss", "gloss" and other layer style effects. Figure 2-3 shows the flowchart for this example.
Figure 2-3 Making an overview
(1) Start Photoshop, select the "File" "new" command in the menu bar, and Open the New dialog box. Create a new document named "star Type", referring to the Setup dialog shown in Figure 2-4.
Figure 2-4 Setting the new dialog box
(2) In the Layer palette, create a new layer 1. Select the Gradient tool in the Toolbox
, and then set the options bar for it. When you are finished setting, press the key to pull a vertical gradient from top to bottom in the view. As shown in Figure 2-5.
Figure 2-5 Setting and drawing gradient colors
(3) Select the "Filter" noise "add noise" command in the menu bar to open the Add Noise dialog box. Add a noise effect to the image by setting the dialog box as shown in Figure 2-6.
Figure 2-6 Sets the Add Noise dialog box (4) To perform the filter "blur" "Motion blur" command and open the Motion Blur dialog box. Refer to the Setup dialog box shown in Figure 2-7. When you are finished setting, click the OK button, close the dialog box, and add a blur effect to the image.
Figure 2-7 Setting the motion Blur dialog box
(5) Select "Image" to adjust the brightness/contrast command in the menu bar. Open the Brightness/Contrast dialog box. Set the parameters as shown in Figure 2-8 to enhance the contrast of the image.
Figure 2-8 Adjusting the contrast of an image
(6) In the Layer palette, click the Add Layer Style button at the bottom of the palette
, select Bevel and Emboss from the menu that pops up, and open the Layer Style dialog box. Set the dialog box as shown in Figure 2-9 to add an embossed effect to the image.
Figure 2-9 adds an embossed effect category to an image :