Creating a Letterpress Effect Using Text and Shapes

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Creating a Letterpress Effect Using Text and Shapes

In this tutorial you will learn how to add the letterpress effect that many posh and specialized prints have. This involved adding specific blending o
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  • Submitted on: 2013-01-02 03:51:09

  • Submitted By: Irene Thompson

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In this tutorial you will learn how to add the letterpress effect that many posh and specialized prints have. This involved adding specific blending options to text and shapes, plus some creative use of brushes and textures. While it sounds simple, there are some special moves here that might be a bit confusing for beginners. So we will go through the steps one by one and in more detail carefully to be sure not to miss anything. When it comes to this effect, most people have the same question: how does it look in print? Pretty convincing, just less the beveled feel of the cards. Print Place, an online printer, has received simulated letterpress postcard and business card designs before and the results are said to be visually satisfying. So without further ado, let’s start.    More detail...

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