Press D on your keyboard to quickly reset Photoshop's foreground and background colors, which sets black as your foreground color.
Press X on your keyboard to swap your foreground and background colors so white becomes your foreground color. We're going to set the colors for our gradient, so click directly on the gradient preview area (circled in red above) to bring up the Gradient Editor. Click OK to exit out of the Color Picker once again, and click OK to exit out of the Gradient Editor as well. Click directly on the words "Bevel and Emboss" in the layer styles menu along the left of the Layer Style dialog box to switch to the Bevel and Emboss options. Go back up to the Structure options at the top of the Layers styles dialog box and drag the Size slider bar to the right until you've closed up the open spaces inside the letters. Drag the "Size" slider to the right until you've closed up the open spaces inside the letters.
After dragging the "Size" slider to the right, the open spaces inside the letters have been removed.
Next, click inside the checkbox to the left of the word Contour on the left of the Layer Style dialog box, directly below the "Bevel and Emboss" option. One last thing to do here before we exit out of the Layer Style dialog box and switch to the original text layer. With the original text layer selected, click on the "Layer Styles" icon at the bottom of the Layers palette.
Click directly on the words Bevel and Emboss in the menu on the left of the Layer Style dialog box to once again enable it and bring up its options. First, in order to apply these settings to the stroke, we need to change the top option, Style to Stroke Emboss. We're going to add some sparkles to our gold text to really make it shine, and we're going to use a brush for that. Photoshop will ask you if you want to replace the current brushes with these new brushes or simply append them to the existing ones. Grab the Eyedropper tool from the Tools palette or press I to quickly select it, and then click on one of the lightest areas in the text to sample that color.
With your brush selected and your sampled color ready to go, click in a few random locations around the text to add some sparkles. Once you've added your sparkles and lowered the opacity to your liking, you've completed the gold lettering effect!
For the purposes of this tutorial, we will be filling the Photoshop CS5 background layer with a solid color. Step 6: Click your mouse on the color with which you want to fill the background layer, click the OK button to select the color, then click the OK button again to fill the background layer of your Photoshop CS5 image.


Tip – If you have added image elements to your background and are not certain that you want to lose them, consider creating a new layer above your background layer, then filling that layer. If the above steps aren’t working for you because the background that you wish to change is actually part of a layer that contains other objects, then try out the following steps below instead.
This set of steps will be focusing on separating the background of your image from the foreground objects so that you can change the colors.
Step 5: Check the box to the left of Smart Radius, then drag the Radius slider until your selected object looks correct. Step 9: Click the new color that you would like to use for your background image, then click the OK button. In this Photoshop text effects tutorial, we're going to learn how to turn text into gold using Photoshop's Layer Styles.
Now we're going to work on the original text layer, so click on it in the Layers palette to select it. This time, rather than adding a bevel and emboss style to the text, we're going to add it to the stroke. We're going to add a bit of a glow to the text, as if some light was reflecting off the gold. Then click on the color swatch directly below the word "Noise", which brings up Photoshop's Color Picker.
Scroll down the list of available brushes until you come across one that looks like a fancy "X". Change the brush size after each click to add even more randomness by using the right and left bracket keys to increase or decrease the brush size on the fly. Maybe you have made some changes to your default settings to use a different default color, or even a transparent background, but it is likely that you will eventually need a different color background.
It is the most basic and the most common option, and it will produce the exact same result for everyone.
As always, if you do not like the effect it creates, you can always press Ctrl + Z on your keyboard to undo the last change. This works best for images where there is a defined contrast between the background and foreground objects.
Choose a font from the Options Bar at the top of the screen, then click inside the Document Window and enter your text. Click on the color swatch directly below the word "Noise", which brings up the Color Picker. Grab the Brush tool from the Tools palette or press B on your keyboard to quickly select it. Fortunately, learning how to fill a background layer in Photoshop CS5 is a very simple process, and it can be applied to any other layer in almost any other image as well.


There are a lot of interesting effects that you can produce with patterns and the content-aware tool, but they require more customization and will have markedly different results for different images.
If the Layers panel is not visible at the right side of the window, press the F7 key on your keyboard to display it. If the colors are very similar, or if you have foreground elements that don’t stand out significantly from the background, then this becomes much more difficult.
Finally, set the Size to around 29 pixels, and then click OK to exit out of the Layer Styles dialog box.
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In the "Shading" section, click on the down-pointing arrow to the right of the words Gloss Contour and once again select that Ring - Double option, which is the third one from the left on the bottom row. You can also fill your background with a pattern, or you can use the content-aware feature introduced in Photoshop CS5. Finally, over on the left in the menu area, once again click inside the Contour checkbox to enable it. We will even show you how to change an existing background color in Photoshop CS5 with a bonus guide at the end of this article. You can also use a paint brush or pencil, but the line tool will ensure you draw straight lines. If you want your stick figure to kneel to the right, start your line on the right tip of your horizontal line and draw up.
Start your line on the left tip of the horizontal line if you want your stick figure to kneel to the left.
To draw this leg, take the line tool and start at the corner where the horizontal and vertical lines meet. There should be a little bit of white space between the two lines that gradually decreases towards the body. Go three quarters of the way up the vertical line, and draw a line that slightly angles upwards and is about half the size of your legs. Position your line tool at the corner where the arm meets the body and draw a line directly above the first arm. The eye should be in the top right or top left (depending on the kneeling direction) of the larger circle.



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