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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to putting it all together on a club flyer Part 13 of 14.
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Ok, I’m going to duplicate this black layer that we were using down here. And bring that above all these new effects that we just deadened. And find a blend mode that’s going to bring them out but I haven’t’ quite so saturated this area now. Ok, so I’m going to go and add this color layer now. And I’m going to put a black and white gradient, and let’s reverse that, and change the opacity. Actually, I like it kind of like that, that’s cool.
Ok, so I’m going to go fill this layer mask with white because I don’t like what I did there. And I’m going to do a gradient that goes from white to gray, instead of white to black. That way I’ll keep some of this blue effect up here, which I like a little bit of it. So, that’s pretty cool. And add a little more black. Fill, opacity 60%, and we’ve got their slogan which is, I don’t know we’ve got a few choices here, I’m going to do “The best rock and dance music from yesterday and today.” And we’re going to see what color works for that.
Let’s change this font. Try a couple of different things here- Impact, Avalon- I’m going to go with Avalon. Let’s stagger this text. And I’m going to clear the colors a little bit. Ok, I’m going to put these two layers together, lock them, find a good place for this. I think something like that might work. And I’m kind of setting this up where it’s actually going to fit, right underneath these guys. So see how it’s staggered, I’ve got it staggered kind of the same way. Duplicate, paste layer style. And that’s looking pretty good.