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Create a grid using the Rectangular Grid tool. Make a gradient mesh. Go to Object > Envelope Distort > Make with Mesh and select the number grid lines of lines you want to distort with. Use the direct select tool and grab the handle of the mesh to distort the grid.


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The biggest thing you can do is add an texture to the image. Subtle bumps can often give a feel of depth. I can't see the image you posted so that all the advice I can give.


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No layer style for this, maybe some filter combined with the technique below. I don't know how you're doing it manually but you could achieve this easily by using 2 layers: one for the text in white, and another duplicate below it with that effect. I'm posting this in case your issue is to trace the shadow TOTALLY manually while you can have some shortcut ...


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As of the June 15, 2015 update you can add multiple strokes to things in Photoshop CC. Simply open the layer style dialog on whatever you want to stroke and then click the plus icon on the right side. This will add an additional stroke to the shape. Every stroke has its own set of controls so you can adjust any of the options individually. Note: You can ...


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Not sure that's what you want but if you don't want to use Illustrator, you can try this: 1) Use the circle selection tool, and draw a big oval that has a similar curve to your design's curve. You'll probably need a few try. 2) Go in the menu "select", and then choose "inverse". 3) The next step will be to delete what's outside of that curve to smooth ...


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You can download paint splatter brushes and install them. A quick Google search reveals how to install them.


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You can use a layer mask on your text and then apply a texture like the one linked below. You can also use that mask on a group folder. The part you want to become the "grunge texture" should appear in black on our mask. This will make the texture transparent and you can move the mask around to adjust it where you want on your text! ...


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You can use grunge maps as overlays for your base image in Photoshop. grunge maps are just images which are usually black and white that are used for adding small dirt-like details to images. you can find pictures of scratches and concrete to use as gunge maps from a site like cgtextures since the images on this site are free for any use. Here's the ...


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This is a gradient map in Photoshop. Image -> Adjustments -> Gradient Map


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Create circular shape with ellipse tool and set no fill on inside; apply gradient to stroke, set it to be angle-based, and set the angle to your liking. Hope it helps!



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