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leopardo-40
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S Metalic

Post#1 by leopardo-40 » 30 Jun 2018, 23:04


Another metal tutorial..
Metalic # Logo # Creation
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Translated Text Tutorial below from Portuguese (by Tim using Google Translate)
S Metalic Gimp Tutorials
By Leopard-40 Difficulty: Intermediate

1 - Let's open the Gimp 2000 x 1160,
2 - Let's import our Path - S_1 - (1 X 2)
S_metallic_01.jpg
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3 - Let's activate our S_1 - Path in selection - (1 - 2)
S_metallic_02.jpg
S_metallic_02.jpg (50.25 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
4 - Create new layer - S - (1)
5 - Go to - Ink Bucket Tool - (2)
6 - Select color Black - (3)
7 - Fill our selection (4)
S_metallic_03.jpg
S_metallic_03.jpg (58.35 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
8 - Duplicate our layer - S - (1)
9 - Place the layer - S copies - below the - S - (2)
10 - Move in - Opacity - 60 (3)
11 - Pick Up - Move Tool - (4)
12 - Move slightly down (5)
S_metallic_04.jpg
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13 - Duplicate layer - s copy - (1)
14 - Place underneath (2)
15 - Reduce - Opacity - to 30 (3)
16 - Pick Up - Move Tool - (4)
17 - Move a little down (5)
S_metallic_05.jpg
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18 - Place a - Opacity - to 100 layers - s copy x s copy copy - (1)
19 - Merge the layers - s copy x s copy copy - and rename it to - Body - (2) (3)(2) (3)
S_metallic_06.jpg
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20 - Reduce - Opacity - of the layer - Body - (1)
21 - Create new layer - Side - (2)
22 - Let's g - Selection tool - (3)
23 - Make a selection like this (4)
S_metallic_07.jpg
S_metallic_07.jpg (58.88 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
24 - Let's choose the color Black (1)
25 - Let's get it - Paint Bucket Tool - (2)
26 - Let's fill our selection (3)
27 - Cut and Clean the excesses (3)
S_metallic_08.jpg
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28 - Put the - Opacity - to 100 in our layer - Body - (1)
29 - Fill and Cut our work (2)
S_metallic_09.jpg
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30 - Again in the layer - Body - (1)
31 - Cut and fill in the sides (2) (3)
S_metallic_10.jpg
S_metallic_10.jpg (57.67 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
32 - In the layer - S - we will give one - Alpha in selection - (1)
33 - Let's g - Gradient Tool - (2)
34 - Let's choose a gradient of our choice (3)
35 - In - Form - put - Linear - (4)
36 - Drag on Diagonal (5)
S_metallic_11.jpg
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37 - Let's Duplicate Layer - Body - (1) and put underneath and take out visibility (1A)
38 - In the layer - Body - let's give a - Alpha in selection - (1)
39 - Let's g - Gradient Tool (2)
40 - Again the Gradient chosen (3)
41 - Place - Form - in - Linear - (4)
42 - Let's drag on Diagonal (5)
S_metallic_12.jpg
S_metallic_12.jpg (66.8 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
43 - On the layer - Side - let's give one - Alpha on selection - (1)
44 - Let's g - Gradient Tool - (2)
45 - Again our chosen Gradient (3)
46 - In - Form - place - Linear - (4)
47 - Drag on Vertical (5)
S_metallic_13.jpg
S_metallic_13.jpg (63.7 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
48 - Let's Make Our Bottom in Layer - Bottom - (1)
49 - Let's g - Gradient Tool - (2)
50 - Choose a gradient to your taste (3)
51 - In - Form - place - Linear - (4)
52 - Dragging Diagonal (5)
S_metallic_14.jpg
S_metallic_14.jpg (65.38 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
53 - Removing layer visibility - Background - (1)
54 - New - visible - (2)
S_metallic_15.jpg
S_metallic_15.jpg (83.78 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
55 - In the layer - Visible - (1)
56 - Let's get on - Move Tool - (2)
57 - Move a little in the Vertical down (3)
S_metallic_16.jpg
S_metallic_16.jpg (54.46 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
58 - Duplicate the layer - Visible - and put undernea - (1A)
59 - In the layer - Visible copy - we g - Add layer mask - (1)
60 - Let's g - Gradient Tool - (2)
61 - We put - Colors of 1st plane and Fund - normal (3)
62 - In - Form - we put - Linear - (4)
63 - Drag on the Vertical (5) 64 - On the same layer (1)
S_metallic_17.jpg
S_metallic_17.jpg (64.15 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
64 - Let's clean the excesses (2)
S_metallic_18.jpg
S_metallic_18.jpg (67.8 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
65 - Duplicate the layer - Visible - and put underneath (1)
66 - In the layer - Visible copy - we g - Add layer mask - (2)
67 - Let's g - Gradient Tool - (3)
68 - We put - Colors of 1st plane and backgrounds - normal (4)
69 - In - Form - we put - Linear - (5)
70 - Drag on the Vertical (6)
S_metallic_19.jpg
S_metallic_19.jpg (66.44 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
71 - On the same layer (1)
72 - Let's clean the excesses (2)
S_metallic_20.jpg
S_metallic_20.jpg (68.53 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
73 - On the layer - Visible - Let's - Add layer mask - (1)
74 - Let's g - Gradient Tool - (2)
75 - We put - Colors of 1st plane and bottoms - normal (3)
76 - In - Form - we put - Linear - (4)
77 - We drag vertically (5)
S_metallic_21.jpg
S_metallic_21.jpg (67.02 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
78 - In the same layer (1)
79 - Let's clean the excesses (2)
S_metallic_22.jpg
S_metallic_22.jpg (63.15 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
80 - In the layer - Body copy - (1)
81 - Let's go in - Filters - Blur - Gaussian blur - and put these settings (2)
S_metallic_23.jpg
S_metallic_23.jpg (54.6 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
82 - In the same layer (1)
83 - We get on the - Move Tool - (2)
84 - We move a little down (3)
S_metallic_24.jpg
S_metallic_24.jpg (54.39 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
85 - At the layer - S - (1)
86 - Let's go in - Layer - Layer Effects - Bevel and Emboss - put these settings (2)
S_metallic_25.jpg
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87 - Let's put some effects on our background (1)
S_metallic_26.jpg
S_metallic_26.jpg (68.37 KiB) Viewed 1446 times
88 - Let's put some sentences (1)
89 - Choose where to put (2) (3)
90 - Play a little more effects, Light, Color, Contrast, Saturation, etc. etc.
91 - Our work is ready.
S_metallic_27.jpg
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tim
GL Blogger

Post#2 by tim » 09 Jul 2018, 20:34


@leopardo-40 , I used google translate to translate your tutorial from Portuguese to English I hope you don't mind me posting a text version as it is more search-engine friendly.
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Pat625
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Post#3 by Pat625 » 12 Jul 2018, 01:25


Oh, I really need to catch up! Another nifty tutorial. I will get to it, I promise.
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Ella
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Post#4 by Ella » 12 Jul 2018, 15:23


Leopardo, at point 19, when I merge down the copy and the copy copy layer, there's a gap between the two S layers :?
At your printscreen that's not the case.
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tim
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Post#5 by tim » 12 Jul 2018, 15:41


Ella,
looking at Leopardo's isntructions looks like he used 3 different layers of S'es and he only moved a little so that there's no gap, Yours looks like it only has 2 so there's the gap. Try creating another one.
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Ella
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Post#6 by Ella » 12 Jul 2018, 15:51


Tim, I created 3 S layers, but at point 19 you have to merge down layer 2 and 3. In the printscreen you can see Leoparda has also 2 layers + the background in the layerbox, just like me.
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tim
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Post#7 by tim » 12 Jul 2018, 16:03


Looks like you didn't move a layer down a bit then, the 3 layers moved offset just enough to make the S thicker without gap.
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Ella
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Post#8 by Ella » 12 Jul 2018, 16:37


That's my screen before merging down. I think the layers are at the right place.
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tim
GL Blogger

Post#9 by tim » 12 Jul 2018, 18:54


Well that's odd, the looks right to me too. When your merge down the result should stay the same.
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animicule
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Post#10 by animicule » 13 Jul 2018, 02:55


Ella, did you double check to insure that each of the 3 layers had its own copy...
A common mistake I have made when moving too fast is accidentally having a layer
with both its own information and also the information of another layer one it, and
I won't notice because all the layers are visible and I see what I expect to see until something
unusual occurs.. :hammer_head:
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