Photoshop Type Effects Gone Wild

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Words have power. When you can create letters made of mercury, carve your words into stone, or duplicate the look of the one-of-a-kind type from a famous logo, the power is all yours. So let's jump right in and put your product name on that very familiar soup can . . . create a network news splash screen . . . personalize car tires . . . etch your message into a bar of soap. ...
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Overview


Words have power. When you can create letters made of mercury, carve your words into stone, or duplicate the look of the one-of-a-kind type from a famous logo, the power is all yours. So let's jump right in and put your product name on that very familiar soup can . . . create a network news splash screen . . . personalize car tires . . . etch your message into a bar of soap. Wonderfully entertaining techniques, that will take your current Photoshop skills to the wild side!


Launch your own cereal box with a logo, splashy image, and text

• Rock on — develop a band logo that can be stamped on a CD, or create a video game jewel case

• Design text and logos with popular sci-fi looks

• Create a tattoo that appears to be embedded under the skin

• Get the word out — advertise on a blimp or put your message into a movie-themed poster



The bonus CD-ROM includes all the photos, starting images, and supplementary files needed for each tutorial

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470042922
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 2/12/2007
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 290
  • Product dimensions: 8.03 (w) x 9.93 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Meet the Author


Al Ward has been kicking around the Photoshop community for a number of years, writing and training on many subjects. His Website, actionfx.com, supplies custom-made Photoshop presets and information to users. At this writing, there are over 52,000 custom presets available for downloading. He has written and contributed to numerous Photoshop books, including Photoshop for Right Brainers (1st and 2nd editions), Al Ward’s Photoshop Productivity Toolkit, Photoshop Most Wanted, Photoshop Elements 2 Special Effects, and Photoshop 7 Effects Magic.
Al is a regular writer for the official Website of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) and photoshopuser.com. He also writes for Planet Photoshop and is a contributor to several other Websites. He has been featured at the Photoshop Café, and has written for a number of print publications, such as Photoshop User Magazine and Web Designer Magazine.
Al is the official actions guru for the NAPP, a title given to him by Scott Kelby, and one that Al holds in very high esteem. In his free time, Al enjoys fishing the trout streams in Western Montana, spending time with his family, reading, enjoying a good movie, and searching the Web for graphics-related topics.
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Table of Contents


Alphabet soup     2
I Need Coffee...STAT!     4
A Balanced Breakfast     10
Alphabet Soup     16
A Spot o' Tea     25
Home sweet home     40
In a Lather     42
Something Smells Funny     53
Heaving Hearts and Pulsing Pecs     55
We Gotcha Covered     62
Bif! Pow!     66
Rockin' Out     72
Look, Mom! The Thermometer Broke!     77
Mess on the Driveway     83
Planet media     88
Create the Headlines     90
No News Is Bad News     94
What's on the Tube?     99
Weather Woes     105
Beyond these four walls     110
Burn Rubber     112
On the Hood     115
Signs of the Times     120
Neon at Night     125
Old Paint     129
Merging Worlds     133
How Convenient     136
Meet the Flintstones     142
Fire on the Mountain     148
Blimp Advertising     150
Leisure time     154
At the Beach     156
Sweet Tooth     160
Let's Go Out to the Lobby     167
Carved in the Tree     175
Under Your Skin     179
Movies gone wild     184
We Come in Peace     186
Space Fights     190
Where No Designer Has Gone Before     193
Tales of Blarnia     198
Larry Blotter     204
Back in a Minute     214
Frantic 5     218
You Cannot Pick Your Neighbors     225
Gotta Love Camp     232
Quiet Knob     236
Potpourri - fx without a home     242
Those Things Will Kill Ya     244
Skywriter     247
In Orbit     249
Blades and Blood     252
Age Got It     255
Hot Online     258
Game Over     264
It's All in the Game     271
Online resources     278
Index     281
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