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Bevel help!

Discussion in 'Logo Design & Brand Identity Forum:' started by jHouse, Jan 30, 2009.

  1. jHouse

    jHouse Senior Member

    Okay - I was no stranger to the crappy bevel and emboss effects you could make in PS - so I made sure I stayed well away from ever using that effect.

    However! There's gotta be an easy way to make the effect in this image:


    Its cool and slick and is also used in Safari bookmarks if you wanna have another example.

    How do you make this ? I'm baffled.

  2. MikeM

    MikeM Junior Member

    For the text it just looks like it's a solid white drop-shadow - set blending effect to normal, size to 0, angle to 90, distance to 1 or 2, and tinker with the opacity.
  3. jHouse

    jHouse Senior Member

    Well I thought that - but its got a darker bit along the top like an inner shadow. Surely theres a saved style out there somewhere.
  4. tbwcf

    tbwcf Active Member

    Gradient overlay using black/white, bring the scale right up (or down - can't remember which) then put it on either screen or multiply depending on the desired effect/colour of your text/object and adjust the opacity to suit, bobs your uncle, fannies your aunt.
  5. jHouse

    jHouse Senior Member

    LOL - its defo not a grad mate. Its below the text. Cheers for the idea tho
  6. tbwcf

    tbwcf Active Member

    You'll need to attach a bigger image, then - can't make it out very well - thought I knew what you were talking about but obvo guessed wrong
  7. endofgeneric

    endofgeneric Member

  8. jHouse

    jHouse Senior Member

  9. tim

    tim Senior Member

    LOL! Good linkage there Endof-cba-to-finish

  10. endofgeneric

    endofgeneric Member

    Aww shucks :eek: love ya back bro :)
  11. endofgeneric

    endofgeneric Member

    Thanks man haha :D

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