Photoshop Basics Help :)
This may seem very basic but I'm having a hard time with the following image.
I would like it to look similar to:
- I would like to replace the purple with the layer above it like shown above but with different colors.
I did this with GROUP w/ PREVIOUS but this image contains white and is not transparent. I tried to remove the white but the edges are somewhat jagged. So, to get the above effect I used:
- Blending Options
However, it changed my colors on the previous layer to a different color.
How can I achieve the effect while maintaining the smooth edges and getting the exact colors on the previous layer? Also, without the grainy pixelation that is shown because of the not so flat original purple image.
[Edited on 20-7-2003 by chemaster]
Well it might not be the BEST way but I'll tell you how I'd do it.
First, set up a new canvas and then fill the background with black
Then, make all your text in white. Add new layers for everything that's supposed to overlap. Then using the move tool and get them all overlapping and set the blending mode of each layer to difference.
Then go to your RGB channel and ctrl-click it to load white as a selection.
Then make a new layer and fill the selection with whatever type of gradient you want. If that's what your after.
Make a layer behind this and fill it with your background colour.
I was hoping to keep the original graphic with the purple instead of starting the text from scratch. I've think that I found the font but their are many variations within the logo and I just didn't want to fool with it.
Can I do this from the original file with the purple text?