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Check out my quick demo using Bevel & Emboss in the layer styles. Assuming you have larger assets, you can break up your shapes into multiple layers and apply the layer style to each of them for more depth/detail. A thing to note: in the layers palette I have my fill set to 0. This keeps my layer styles visible, but hides the actual asset, since all we ...


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This was actually not asked, but I inserted it for GIMP users. I have also in the end something to Photoshop Users. In GIMP filter "Bump Map" does the job. In the bottom layer I have a random texture. On the top I have the wanted bump map image. It's a little blurred to create well visible slopes(See NOTE1) I made to the texture layer a selection ...


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Layer > New Layer or Shift+Ctrl+N (make sure it's transparent obviously) Select > All or Ctrl+A selects the entire layer. Or if you want to load a shape drawn on a transparent layer as a selection, right click the layer in the layers panel and choose Alpha to Selection. Obviously you will then have to select the transparent layer again before ...


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Try to represent light phenomenon, known as ambient occlusion, more accurately. Also you should define bevels on edges. This is part of your card recreated with Inkscape.


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The original stroke (and its path) has been converted to outlines, and so has been lost in the process. There's no way to get it back. Converting to outlines is destructive and not reversible. You could do Break Apart to break the compound path, ungroup it, then delete one of the paths, then apply a stroke and fill, but the stroke would now be in a slightly ...


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Personal opinion: It doesn't need anything, including that "canned" drop shadow. The brown is of high enough contrast that it separates fine. If you must include something, use the thin dark brown rule you have around the rest of that mid-brown color.


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This is for Inkscape. Using the Rectangle Tool F4, draw two rectangles, one inside the other, and fill each with a different colour by selecting a different fill colour. The colours don't matter, so long as you can see both rectangles clearly With the Select Object tool F1. Select both shapes by clicking and dragging the tool around both, and align them ...


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