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Make sure when you select the gray Color not to include any colors in it .. let it black only .. it must not appear in other colors channels. this will ensure the gay will be pure gray. they gray you must use is something like that Cyan:0% Magenta:0% Yellow:0% Black:50% for example


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When you create a layer mask there are two option... A mask set to Reveal All or a mask set to Hide all. The difference is the initial color of the mask.. if it's a white mask, you've created a Reveal all mask. If it's a black mask, you've created a Hide All mask. When you click the Add Mask button at the bottom of the Layers Panel it by default creates a ...


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See Scott's answer for the correct answer to your question. However I want to add my answer as an alternative method to solving your issue which I think will be an easier way to manage your masks. I would use a clipping mask (which is different than a vector mask you have applied to each layer) for the graphic. You can extend the base object past the canvas ...


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I think the problem you have is that your lines are set to stroke 'inside' so no matter what the pt weight you wont see a result. You need to click the line style next to the pt weight > then more options > then where it says align, set to center or outside. Hope that helps. Mark


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It's not a blend mode. Multiply, for example, gives you this: You'll want to do as @Scott suggested and create 3 shapes, the intersecting shape being the colour of your choice. For example, create two circle shape layers, then copy both circles into a third layer and then intersect:


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This has confused me many times because I think and want it to be stroke path but its not. What you actually want in Photoshop with the Line tool is Weight. However, once a Line is created in Photoshop it acts as a Rectangular Shape so the Weight can no longer be changed by adjusting the numeric value. Now, Stroke Width will in fact apply a Stroke ...


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Here is a Photoshop Extension for using Font-Awesome as shapes in your designs http://creativedo.co/FontAwesomePS


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As hsawires mentionned, what you're looking for is the Crop tool. It looks like this in the toolbar. You can also input hard or relative values through the "Image -> Canvas Size" menu. Checking the "Relative" box will set the values to zero and any value put inside the boxes will ADD to the current canvas size. You can also use a "-" before the number ...


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Here's what I would do... Simple black document and run Filter > Noise > Add Noise to create some texture.... It's subtle, but there. Then use Layer > layer Style > Gradient Overlay to apply a radial gradient set to screen to brighten the center. Again, it's meant to be subtle. If the noise is too harsh, I'd add a new solid black layer ...


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I originally posted this as a comment, but I decided to elaborate and create an answer: You're going to achieve the matte effect more through how you "light" the object in photoshop, not as much through how you texture it. You need to add a gradient to your object, as well as some shadows, to give the appearance of a light source being diffused on its ...


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Click with magic wand tool and select similar



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