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Polished Ceramics / Colored Glass Text Effect

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That's a very nice result minner! Do you remember how you created the "texture"/reflection/color blend each letter has? :)

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I say old chap! What a nice tutorial! :monocole:

Really, this is good. I will probably use this at some point, maybe even for my signature.

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csm725 said:

"Step twenty-one: Do a transparent gradient (linear) like so:"

How can I do transparent gradient?

This is a small test:

30w9x5l.jpg

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There is a toggle in the Tool Bar when the gradient tool is active. The two options are Color mode and Transparent mode.

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@Ego Eram Reputo

Thank you very match man and thanks all entusiast people from this forum.

Excuse me for my bad english I used Google Translate.

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You are welcome klaxxon! Google translate does a good job :)

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Wow great tutorial text. I like it, that's good because the selected color matching.

Thanks for the tutorial, it will be my inspiration in the work.

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I am new to Paint.Net.

Very impressive tutorial, love it.

Here is mine, messed up the steps with Magic Wand.

post-92216-0-84517900-1348637636_thumb.p

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how come the iamge I posted not display in actual size (500x150)?



you need to use photobucket to host it or simular then copy the "direct link" code to the little picture frame that you see in the post editor :)

Nice image though, well done, could do with some feathering to remove the jaggied edges ;)
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Actually the posted thumbnail image works for me = clicking it gives the full-sized image.

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Can someone please help me out with what the Bevel Selection settings should be?  I get a 404 on the image.

 

Thanks!

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Can someone please help me out with what the Bevel Selection settings should be?  I get a 404 on the image.

 

Thanks!

Here you go ;)

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Hiya,

I used this tutorial years ago, and it was very helpful indeed.

Coming back today I have noticed that and the images are no longer available.

I would like to know what they are as on some of the images it displays settings like the trail settings, the bevel settings, AA's Assistant, curves etc.

 

Thanks :)

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If anyone has copies of the images or settings associated with this tutorial please let me know.

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21 hours ago, Ego Eram Reputo said:

If anyone has copies of the images or settings associated with this tutorial please let me know.

PM and dropbox link sent ;)

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Images restored and a PDF attached.

 

Many thanks to DrewDale for making the resources available.

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23 hours ago, DrewDale said:

PM and dropbox link sent ;)

 

13 hours ago, Ego Eram Reputo said:

Images restored and a PDF attached.

 

Many thanks to DrewDale for making the resources available.

 

Very nice indeed!  I tried recreating this yesterday and the result didn't come out right.  I knew it had to do with 'Trail' settings and 'Curves' settings.

Perfect example of how a picture is truly worth a thousand words!

Thank you Drew for supplying the pictures and EER for fixing the tutorial!

 

Colored%20Glass%20Text_lynxster_sm_zps0n

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Dear Lynxster!  <3

 

Thanks and respect for hard work. :trophy:   Greetings from Germany. :coffee:  :cake:

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