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Photoshop button pattern

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#1 ultramonstar


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Posted 18 December 2011 - 04:47 PM

Does anyone know how to use Photoshop to achieve the following? I recently came across this button, or I should say this kind of stamp, that says "Guaranteed Satisfaction". I would love a template or maybe even psd-files of this stamp that I would then just need to customize with my personal inscription. Do you have any ideas on where to find a pattern that would be suitable for this task?

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 02:28 AM

I think the simplest solution would be to draw your own stamp/emblem in pure black and white, use a selection tool or mask/quickmask to select only the blacks in your piece, then use the edit drop down arrow and hit 'define brush preset.

this will make whatever was selected into its own brush for use whenever, however.
hopefully this helps

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 01:38 AM

Save picture, add into photoshop.
Duplicate layer, hide the locked layer. Use magic wand to remove the white. Then type in the letters over the words you want to use, then use the text arch effect. After editing, hide the layers you do not want visible, then export as jpg

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