Layer Style: Pattern Overlay
I could do a pattern. Overlaying pattern. Overlay is the exact same thing as a grady int, as a color it's, just with a pattern, and we've seen those patterns before, and I can choose a pattern, and I can actually overlay that over. And, yes, I can control the capacity, and I can control the size of it, everything else, so it stays with that layer as well. So basically colored, radiant and pattern it's all different ways to affect everything on that layer without going in and actually doing specific effects on the pixels on that layer. We can just do this as a layer effect, and I can easily turn these off. No problem whatsoever. Turn him off. We're done.
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The tips, tricks, and tools you learn in this course will help you create water droplets, gold embossed type, and ghost drop shadows. You’ll also explore troubleshooting strategies for removing background from logos and scaling layer effects when images change size. By the end of this course, you’ll be layering like a pro.
Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CC 2014.2.2