Textures in Adobe Photoshop Ep.1: Glitter, Foil, Marble | Max Osipov | Skillshare

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Textures in Adobe Photoshop Ep.1: Glitter, Foil, Marble

teacher avatar Max Osipov, Medical Student. Motion Designer

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4 Lessons (15m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:34
    • 2. Glitter

      5:31
    • 3. Foil

      4:36
    • 4. Marble

      4:05
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About This Class

In this course I will show you how to create glitter, foil and marble textures in Photoshop.

This course is intended for a beginner and I am sure that even the person who started Photoshop for the first time can handle it. This course is also suitable for those who like to create something new, who need textures for their projects, or for those who just want to create a beautiful wedding or party invitation with their own hands.

In this course, you will learn:

  • How to create a new document in Photoshop
  • How to work with smart objects
  • Apply filters to an image to get a texture
  • Working with adjustment layers to color the texture
  • Save your texture as a pattern in Photoshop so you can always have quick access to it

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Max Osipov

Medical Student. Motion Designer

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Hi everyone! My name is Max. 

I am a fifth year medical student and spend most of my time at the university or reading medical literature.

Studying takes a lot of energy.

In my free time, I usually played computer games to take a breath. But soon I got acquainted with programs from adobe, for example, photoshop or after effects. It really helps me sit back and relax. I recently decided to record tutorial videos to help newbies master it.

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1. Introduction: Hello everyone, I am Max, and in this course, I'll show you how to create them later, foil and marble texture in Adobe Photoshop, you will learn how to create the texture themselves and give them CAR, save them as a pattern in Photoshop so that it will be convenient to use them in the future. You will learn how to create a new document. Work with Smart Object, Apply filters, story and image, and also walk through for Jasmine players. I have a drive to keep this course short and clear. And I think that even hostile Photoshop for the first time we'll be able to create his own texture. 2. Glitter: So let jumped out on the Photoshop and click on this Create New button. And I would like to start by creating Canyon document with my 100 pixels resolution, 300 DPI, and RGB color mode. After I've selected all their options, I'll just click Create. And I have one m2 every if a white fill. And the first thing I need to do to create greater effort is unlock this layer. If I click on this lock icon right here, Okay, now I just have an unlock new white layer and start creating our glitter texture. We first need to create a nice texture. So I'll go to the filter on the top panel right here, and then go to the noise and select Add Noise. And the resolution of 100 by 100 pixels, I prefer to use Gaussian noise. We have the amount well vising 45 to 55 percent. I'll just select 50 percent. Okay, and my monochromatic motors activated sheet. Okay. Now have a nice chapter, but so far it doesn't smoke glitter, and therefore we need to go to the Filter again. Then go to the pig side and select, crystallize out your cell size eight. Medical insurance or different size and different demand value of noise. Okay, now we've got our top line and the crystallize effort audio small, I agreed on, but it still needs to be improved. So let's duplicate this layer. Right-click on this and select Duplicate Layer or can press Control plus j. Change by the amount of new duplicated layer to multiply. Okay, and then go to the Edit, transform and select, rotate 90 degrees clockwise. As slots matter, but how repeating these steps one more time. So let's duplicate this layer and go to Edit. Transform. Rotate 90 degrees clockwise. Great, Now we have our gray glitter texture. However, if you zoom in on the image here, you can see the joints. It looks natural, but fortunately it this way easy to fix. So let's first merge these layers. Select all of these layers and layers, panel. And select. Okay. Then select clone stamp tool on the site All button right here. And do your squamous temporal. First find and click repairs it on an area. These are joints. An example right here. And then click on the joints. You're kinda less until you're satisfied with the results. Listener for me, okay? Now we need to call the destructor. And to call this, my first need to click on this icon and select solid color. Okay, I'll just legged minimum gray color. Change blending mode of this layer, two kilogram. Okay? Now when you double-click on this icon, it opens color picker panel where you can choose any color for adduction and ramp like and great, great architecture. Gold texture. Paul, shock and great. Okay, great. I'm getting greater. You can save these texture as an image at the station by January we'll have to take into Photoshop every time you want to work visit. So I will show you a more convenient way. Are these unique to save it as a pattern in Photoshop. To do this, go to Edit and select, Define Pattern. Okay, Let's call it green glitter and hit. Okay. Now we can create a new layer and turn off these layers. And after I have created my pattern, I can easily apply it on a new layer. And go to edit. Select, Fill, and the options in the custom pattern. You can select your pattern and easily applied. 3. Foil: Hey, nice to share again. And this part of the course we are going to create the foil texture. And I would like to say, and that gradient can foil texture is many ways similar to create a glitter texture like many architectures. So the feeling that I explained in the same separate part of the course applied to dressed. For example, we can save this file texture as a pattern for the SRP has a greater texture. I will not explain it a second time so as not to drag out that I am obstacles. So let's get started at last. In order to create a foil texture, we also need to create a document first, okay, click on this Create New button. And type one here, and one time here. Select 300 DPI and click Create. Okay, and the first thing I need to do, just like in creating Greek literature, is unlock this white layer by clicking on this lock icon. Okay? And now we're ready to create a foil texture. The next step is actually aware important. And we need to switch this white layer to a smart object to that s right, we're gonna it into SQL and select Convert to Smart Object right here. Okay. Now let's move on to the filters and actually help to create the foil texture. And the first filter, and it is called clouds. This filter will become the basis for the foil texture. Okay, let's get right into clouds by going into the filter on it outbound. Then go to the render and select Clouds. Great, Now we have the cloud texture and the next filter when it is glass. Okay, go to the Filter again. Go to the filter gallery. Then go to the desktop and select grass. I use these parameters to create the foil texture, but you can use your own parameters to get our unique effect. I advise you to experiment where disruptions to find the one that works best for you. So what we have on-demand ontology looks like a foil texture, but in my opinion, this texture is really blurry and I would like at electron trapping into it. So I'll go back to the Filter, Filter Gallery. Then go to the artistic and select film grain IRP time using these parameters. But I highly recommend that you try changing them for your own unique effect. And after I've selected all the parameters, I'll just look red. And this type of graph or grey foil character. And now we need to call this lecture. In this part, I will show you another way to call these tetra. To do this, click on this icon right here and select Hue Saturation. And now by moving these sliders, you can give any call for a foil texture and just as bright and sand and density. I remind you that you can also apply this method to our glitter texture or use another way to call this chapter. And you can also save this texture as a pattern. And little creek was disjuncture since we're switching the white layer and our Smart Object, the beginning, we now have control on the filters that we apply. Double-click on the Cloud scope are right here. And the rest of the filters and column will be applied. 4. Marble: Welcome back. And in violent part of this class, I'll show you how to create a marble texture. So let's start with creating a new document. And as in the previous part, I will start by creating a document with one hundred, ten hundred pixels resolution, 300 DPI. And the first thing we need to do is along this white layer as usual. But in creating come marble texture literally and does not need to be switched into a Smart Object. And there's also an important thing. And so after we have done this initial steps, Let's start and the creation of marble textiles and begins with creation of clouds. So I'll let you read them and go to the filter on the top panel right here. And go to render and select clouds again. And then go back to render and select different Clouds. And after applying this character, I've got an image that so far has little resemblance as a marble texture. Personnel tremendous image reminds me, just came with him. The next step is to apply AC wise. God is an image. Then go to our judgment and AC wise. And as you can see, the image has acquired a more contrast. And now we integrate and determine where. Click here and select levels. And by moving this slider so you can see endemic changes. You need to achieve the effect where the black lines become thinner with a slide tower. And then, okay, I think it's good for me. So now select this layer and adjustment layer and convert it to smart object. Then we need to duplicate this layer and change the blending mode of this layer. To screen. Now we're going into our data is duplicated layer. So select this layer and press Control plus T on your keyboard and just arcade with gratitude. Okay? And as you can see now it looks more like remember tetra. So I'll select both layers and merge them. And now we need to call a disjuncture. And my point is that laziest way to call this chapter is the way I used for the glitter texture. So let's create a solid color. Select star from NADH. Click Okay, and change the blending mode of this solid color. Green. Now we're going to leave any car for a lecture and then jazz-rock by using this column. So in this course has content and I hope this was useful for you to San Diego, create a project. And underclass has my