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Creating blood text effects using Adobe Photoshop
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    2003-08-09

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    Creating Blood text effects using Adobe Photoshop

    Step 1

    Create new file with 72 PPI and white background. The mode has to be Grayscale. Type the text with thick font. We have used impact.

    Step 2

    Select > Load Selection (Choose Layer Transparency)
    Layer > Flatten Image
    Select > Inverse

    Step 3

    Figure 1: Filter > Pixelate > Crystallize (cell size 4)
    Select > Inverse
    Figure 2: Noise > Add Noise (Guassian, Monocromatic, Amount 70)
    Blur > Guassian blur (Radius 2.0)

    Figure 1 

    Figure 2 

    Step 4

    Image > Adjust > Curve (make the curve as shown in fig.)

    Step 5

    Figure 1: Press Ctrl + D to deselect
    Image > Adjust > Invert
    Figure 2: Image > Rotate Canvas > 90 CW
    Filter > Stylize > Wind
    Method : Wind Direction : From the Right

    Figure 1 

    Figure 2 

    Step 6

    Image > Rotate Canvas > 90 CCW
    Image > Mode > RGB
    Image > Adjust > Hue Saturation
    Click Colorize
    Drag the Saturation slider to 100
    Drag the Lightness slider to -5

    This web tutorial was provided by http://www.insidegraphics.com The place of designing solutions.

     

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