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Old 15 Feb 2009, 18:02
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Excellent. Thanks for this.
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woot check this out!

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Old 31 Mar 2009, 19:38
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Fantastic, thanks for the time and effort
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Old 06 Apr 2009, 05:36
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Thanks looks great, this will definately help me out for a number of gfx i use to be paying people to make cant believe for something that takes a couple minutes to do I was paying $20 odd a time lol - thanks mate much appreciated
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Old 11 Apr 2009, 23:22
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Nice.....
couldnt do the last bit...
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Old 10 May 2009, 03:36
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Thanks for the article. I will use this for my logo.

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Old 26 Jan 2011, 19:44
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Fantastic and just what I needed.
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Old 21 Sep 2011, 03:53
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Originally Posted by Alex LD View Post
Hello vBulletin.org!

I am Alex the Founder and Administrator At TransverseGFX.com

I Decided to share my tutorial with you guys. This tutorial will show you 2 basic things that are key in web design and development. Those 2 elements are, Opacity/Fill. Opacity can be many things in this tutorial we will use it to represent the reflection in this tutorial. And the 2nd thing you will be looking at is the style. Style is key to standing out and being noticed. It is not recommend you copy this tutorial EXACTLY! feel free to tweak around and add your own effects and tricks. I am just demonstrating a few basics. I hope once you'r finished you can start making your own logos and banners for your own vBulletin!

I hope you guys like the tutorial.

Start of by making a New Document>File New>

1.) Type the words you'd like to make glossy and web2.0 like, With the font "Tahoma" Selected with a 48 PT as the font size.
>>>Feel free to make words bolder or bigger with different colors at your own desire.



2.(optional) Go to Layer>Layer Style>Gradient Overlay and make something so that the top color of the font is lighter then the bottom or you can just leave it.



3.) Select the Text layer you want to be reflective then go to Layer>Duplicate layer. You will now have 2 of the exact same text layers overlapping each other. With the Move tool Drop it just under the original text.




4.) Select the layer on the bottom. Go to Edit>Transform Flip Vertically.



5.) On the text layer. Change the "Opacity" And the "Fill" to 45% for both! If you feel this isn't strong enough or it is to strong then you can either lower the number for a lighter effect or raise the number for more boldness.



6.) To add a cool little effect select the line tool and make it be a 3 PT Line, Select a 3 PT soft brush. Then make something similar to this. With the pen tool. Click Create new layer for this layer will be the layer of this pen tool.


Right click and go to "Stroke Path" With "simulate" Pressure on. You will get something similar to this
This is great!

I have an issue trying to get a person or an object out of the crowd. How can I do that?

Thanks.

Vic
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