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How to Make Improved version of Glass Effect in Photoshop

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How to Make Improved version of Glass Effect in Photoshop

Here, you will learn on how to make improved version of glass effect in Photoshop. I hope it will help you advanced level of students in a great deal.

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At first, select Text tool and type a text according to your choice onto a new layer. Name it whatever you like supposedly as text layer. Select the foreground layer as black and background layer as white. Select ‘Text’ layer and right click onto it and select ‘Blending Options’ from there. Change the blending mode from ‘normal’ to ‘multiply.’ Select ‘Drop shadow’ and the color should be black. Adjust other tools like distance, spread, size and opacity as required. Select ‘Inner shadow’ and change the blending mode to ‘normal.’ Select ‘Inner glow’ and change the color to ‘blue’ which is “#bee0ff,” blending mode to ‘Screen.’ Select ‘Bevel and emboss’ and adjust other necessary tools. Select ‘Satin’ and set the blending mode to ‘multiply’ and change the color blue which would be “#006fce.” Select ‘Stroke’ and set as 2 pixels. Change blending mode to ‘Soft Light,’ reduce the opacity to 50-55 percent and ‘Fill Type’ as ‘Gradient.’ If you need to change the effect more, then go to ‘Fill’ options which will be right side of the Layer button and reduce it as per your choice. Select the background layer and in the Hue/Saturation, select ‘Colorize.’ Increase all 3 options available for you which is there and click OK. That sums up the whole process.

I hope that it will help you and from now on, hopefully you will follow this procedure more often in Photoshop and be an expert in this field in the future.

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