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    Munky
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    [Tutorial] Rendering Images

    Post by Munky on Sat May 09, 2009 8:20 pm

    Hello everybody! This is my tutorial on how to render an image on Photoshop. This works for Photoshop CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS4 versions.

    1) Get your original image (render). Right click it and press open with. Choose Photoshop. Make sure its got a white backround or a plain backround with some description, and it doesn't matter about the colour.

    2) Click on the Magic Wand Tool and select the backround. If it only selects some of the backround, click Tolerance that is on the top of the screen and make it bigger. After it has selected the whole backround with the black moving lines, press delete. If you missed out on a small section of the backround, just click on it and again press delete. Right click on the image and press Deselect.

    3) Now create a new screen by pressing "File" then "New". Play around with the width and the height to whatever you want it to be. I suggest 800x550. After you have figured out your width and height, press Ok.

    4) Drag the image into the new screen. Close the original screen of the image. Now repeat step 2) on the image of the new screen you dragged on to. Drag it where you want the image to stay on your new screen.

    5) Choose the gradient tool. Choose the 2 colours you want. After you have chosen your colours, hold Shift and with your Left mouse, drag a line down on the new screen. As you can see, the gradient is now there. If there are some sharp edges around your render, double click on the original layer of the image.

    6) Click Outer Glow and set it to 100% opacity. With the colours, you can play around with them, and see which one you like. Put the Size to 10px.

    7) Click Inner Glow and set the opacity to 50%, and again select the colour you want. Set the Size to 8px. Add a Drop Shadow to add the extra effect, and it's up to you to set up the Opacity to whatever you want. Change the Angle to whatever you want and where you want the light to come from, and set your Distance to 10px. Click Ok.

    8*) After your happy with your settings, your ready to do whatever you want. You didn't really have to add the gradient and you couldv'e put a backround if you liked. Now add the Text to whatever you want. Now you can add anything to your image such as brushes and swirls. You are finished!

    Now I will show you how to use that to make a banner.

    1) Create a new screen with the finished image still there. Click "File" and "New". Set width to 800px and height to 100px. Click Ok.

    2) Now get the image of your finished piece and drag it into the new screen you just made. Now you can close the image with the gradient, yes the whole thing. Now you should have only 2 layers. Go to the first layer, and click the Gradient Tool. Hold Shift and drag down a line on the screen of the first layer. Now select the 2nd Layer if you want to adjust your render.

    3) Add some text and drag it to where you want it on the screen.

    For both tutorials, when you're finished. Go to "File" and click "Save as". I personally like to save my sig/banner as a .PNG File.

    Thanks for reading! Smile
    ~Munky


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    Re: [Tutorial] Rendering Images

    Post by SoulReaper on Sat May 09, 2009 8:23 pm

    lol this is soo ez pz
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    Re: [Tutorial] Rendering Images

    Post by Munky on Sat May 09, 2009 8:24 pm

    SoulReaper wrote:lol this is soo ez pz

    Yes but it's meant for beginners. Beginners may find it challenging.


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    Re: [Tutorial] Rendering Images

    Post by SoulReaper on Sat May 09, 2009 8:26 pm

    ic lol i had to learn ps by myselfs lawl
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    Re: [Tutorial] Rendering Images

    Post by Meow on Sat May 09, 2009 8:36 pm

    Picture would be nice for beginner lol.


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    Re: [Tutorial] Rendering Images

    Post by Munky on Sat May 09, 2009 9:42 pm

    ILovingThat wrote:Picture would be nice for beginner lol.

    That would be too long for me lol. I spent 30 mins writing this Shocked


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