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Chrome Text Tutorial

By Eagle's Vision Media March 12, 2002
21,399 Downloads

Rating = 441 votes


Chrome Text Tutorial

This is an action tutorial designed to teach you how to create chromed text. UPDATED TO FIX THE CURVES STEP. The Lesson is set up in a document, which allows you opportunity to save the file and step thru the instructions without running the action every time.

SUPPORT INFORMATION
Install the action hit play and follow the instructions. (THE BACKGROUND IMAGE IS AN ADOBE SAMPLE THAT I ADDED TO THE FINISHED PRODUCT TO MAKE THE TEXT LOOK BETTER IT IS NOT PART OF THE TUTORIAL NOR WILL IT BE IN YOUR FINAL PRODUCT. THE TEXT IS BLOWN UP ALSO, TO SHOW MORE DETAIL)

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License: Freeware
Language: English
Cost: Free
Platform: Win | Mac
File format: ATN | 115.0 KB

Additional extension information

Author: Eagle's Vision Media
Author website: Not available
Date published: March 12, 2002
Approval: None
Compatible product(s): Photoshop 6.x

Reviews

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Ribit 04-Oct-13 Rating = 1

Since the file comes with no instructions, it is impossible to load. Opening the file in PS11.1 does absolutely nothing. waste of space :(

David Weideman 04-Jul-13 Rating = 1

Since the file comes with no instructions, it is impossible to load. Opening the file in PS5.1 does absolutely nothing. And neither the author nor anyone else in this forum has bothered to explain how this tutorial works or what can be done to get it to run.

Very, very poor.

Cris is Bliss 19-Oct-10 Rating = 2

Where's the tutorial. I downloaded that Actions (making Chrome metal tutorial) but clicking on it doesn't do anything. It looks like this is a script. Do I need to place it in the scripts folder first. I use a Mac CS4. I also noticed that this ends in .atn unlike to other scripts in the Photoshop scripts folder

Brian K. Shoemake 01-Sep-08 Rating = 5

Since somebody is posting vulgar messages on this forum using my name, I have emailed Adobe to try and have them removed. So far there has been no response and the postings are still there. For the record, I am a web professional associated with Audioforge, DakotaProject, and Brian K Media. I had nothing to do with the vulgar posts on this site being placed in my name. I would appreciate it if Adobe would remove the vulgar posts since people of all ages read this forum. It is unprofessional and contributes nothing of value. Thank you. Brian K. Shoemake

CastME 07-May-08 Rating = 5

To paraphrase the old adage, teaching people to fish is better than giving them fish. Thanks.

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