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Glass Text with Filling

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Once I read in one of the posts that the gray background could be changed, I went a little overboard to bring out the transparency of the text. The liquid in the text got a little distorted. I enjoyed doing yhis tut, though, and I plan to make the transparent box using your method soon.

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Here's my attempt:

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I figured the lettering were too slim to "fill" them with anything.

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Nice tut can see a lot of possibilities.

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This is the first tutorial I've tried, and it gives a good insight into some of the features in PDN, and has given me ideas.

1st Try.

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2nd Try with attempt to fill with flame effect (not quite there, but nearly).

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Lastly, a chrome effect based on this tutorial.

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Wow great tutorial glass. I like it.

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

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Can you please help me? notgood.png I got stuck at the end of picture 2 . I have no Idea what I'm doing wrong, I've followed the steps exactly :

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I see a lot of black color on text, did you use a grey shade to write your text as tutorial says?

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Yes, it can be a bit confusing.

1. In the Layers window, click on the layer that contains your text (Layer 3 in the tutorial). Select the area around the text with the Magic Wand tool :MagicWandTool: and the Flood Mode set to Global  :FloodModeGlobal:  

2. In the Layers window, click on the layer that contains the "liquid" (Layer 4 in the tutorial). Press the "Delete" button on your keyboard.

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Hello,

 

Thanks for the cool tutorial.

I thought it worked really  well with a pic of beer as the liquid block

 

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Top one I'm using for my new web page, bottom  one has same background

color as the webpage banner the logo is posted on.

 

Regards

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Nice job cyberschelm! Welcome to the forum :D

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Didn't manage to get it quite the same but this is my 1st attempt and I have only just started to use paint.net.  What d'ya think? 

 

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