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The text in one and two are debossed (or stamped), the gold text is embossed. All three also use foil. Foil is not required and the effect can be quite elegant without it. You will need to have a die made. Embossing usually involves stamping from the back of the paper and is quite visible from behind. To hide the back, you can laminate a second sheet (or ...


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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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You can and probably should cut the image up into tiles. This allows your gane to load each segment separately into the graphics cards memory. But as a side effect it makes texturing easier for you. PS before you go on make sure your game engine wont choke on your texture size. Many gfx systems have a 8k texture limit. (altough it could have several of ...


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I am not an expert on game developement. But an image 28712x27744 as 8 bit RGB tif is about 2.2 Gigabytes in Photoshop. I created a test image. On the Mac Os it is 2.4 G on the disk. I was able to open it in Gimp but it took a while. The image crashed the filter plug-in I tried to use. I think GIMP has issues with large file sizes. You might try to find ...


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What I found worked best was to have your pattern filling a normal square, then place your perspective shape on top of that, select them both and go to: Object> Envelope Distort > Make with Top Object


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It's a subtle texture. They were all the rage back in 2010-2013 when "artisan" styling, Victoriana and "skeumorphism" were in vogue, and everything looked like this: Here's an article from 2011 about what was then an exciting new trend... You can find free-to-use things like this at http://subtlepatterns.com/ and http://www.transparenttextures.com/ To ...



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