I hope you find this Vinyl Record tutorial useful. Â In this exclusive video tutorial I will show you how to create a shiny old-school vinyl record – just like this one you can see here down below. Just click on this nice looking button to watch the video tut. Creative Tip: Always remember – there are usually many ways to get similar results done when using Photoshop, so when you are following this tutorial feel free to experiment with different filters and blending options and possibly you will come up with your very own version of a vinyl record!
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In this awesome package you will find 3 quick & easy to edit layered photoshop files â€“ 1 for each color scheme. We have also created useful help documentation to make this an easy process for you.
- 3 Easy Edit Layered Photoshop Files For Graphic Elements
- Easy Help Documentation
- Major Email Client Compatibility-Tested
- Valid HTML
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My GraphicRiver Collection is continuing to grow with some recently added awesome new graphic elements. One of my latests additions is here so you can check it out – Super, Very Cool, Burst of Light Rays Backgrounds.
â€¢ 6 Color variations.
â€¢ 2 Layered PSD files at 300dpi
â€¢ 6 Medium Size Jpgs (72dpi) 1388px by 800px
â€¢ 6 Large Size Jpgs (72dpi) 3000px by 1729px
â€¢ Â Amazing and Useful Backgrounds!
Please note: this previe has been made smaller to fit on Photoshopcandy.
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Another Freebie for you guys, exclusive on Photoshopcandy. Chocolate factory theme with a hint of that good oldÂ vintage feel. Creating this takes a few simple steps. Here is a tip or two on how to get that subtle vintage background texture. Create a Solid or Gradient background layer in Photoshop, then go to FILTER>NOISE>ADD NOISE Â – Type in 3% , select the Gaussian option and the Monochromatic option and click ok. Now you can add any pattern you want above the layer you just created. Now, on the “pattern layer” (in my file this would be the layer with the stripes) go to the layers panel select the “Soft Light” Blending mode from the drop down menu. Now you should be able to see the noise effect right through your pattern. Play with the colors of your pattern till it looks right. Have fun with it – It’s Photoshop!
INFO ABOUT THE DOWNLOAD FILE
â€¢ Cleanly layered psd file
â€¢ File dimensions 2000px width by 2000px height
Chocolate Factory Background in JPG format here
Download the PSD file by clicking on this button:
File user license: This File can not be re-sold or re-distributed. You may use it on your personal or client projects.
Here is an exclusive beautiful login box, with a cool black 80% opacity covering up the background. Exclusive means you can only download this here! So make sure to bookmark it and send it to all your friends. You can download the psd below, open it with Photoshop, drag it into your own project and your ready to go!
Download the PSD for free – just pay with a tweet:
File user license: The file available for download can not be re-sold or re-distributed. You may use it on your personal or client projects.
Fonts I used were Arial and Myriad Pro.