StarCraft Interface Design

April 4th, 2008 by ART-D Posted in Adobe Photoshop, Text Effects

   

Now we should insert the number “1” under the made inscription and then make a copy of the figure’s layer. Select after that Free Transform option to turn over the copy, placing the figures’ layers as it is demonstrated next image:

Create StarCraft Interface Design in Photoshop CS3 

Create StarCraft Interface Design in Photoshop CS3

Apply the same parameters for both figures’ layers: Blending Options>Outer Glow

Create StarCraft Interface Design in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Inner Glow

Create StarCraft Interface Design in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Bevel and Emboss

Create StarCraft Interface Design in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Bevel and Emboss (Contour)

Create StarCraft Interface Design in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Satin

Create StarCraft Interface Design in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Pattern Overlay here we should choose the pattern out of the set Texture Fill 2

Create StarCraft Interface Design in Photoshop CS3 

Create StarCraft Interface Design in Photoshop CS3

The final result is this one!

View full size here.

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  • lor

    01/11/2009

    Amazing, keep the good work on.

  • Bright-Tutorials

    22/12/2009

    Cool now I have a StarCraft wallpaper!

  • john

    24/03/2010

    Where do i get the background

  • Shajal

    07/04/2010

    Hi John, I know sometimes its really pain in the head if there are not enough information to start the project. Its happened very often with me when I’m following an instruction of a projects and half way found out that- some information is missing- so no where to go beside not doing it anymore.

    Anyway- just type “metal background” in the Google’s image section and you’ll find the image shown above in the first or 2nd pages. Its seems pretty close and the size mentioned. Good luck.

  • Jenna

    08/08/2010

    I can’t find the background either!

  • Paviano

    16/08/2010

    Background is on first page :)

  • Paviano

    16/08/2010

    Ops.
    It’s not this :D

    I can not find this too.

  • MarkRyan

    09/04/2011

    where’s the next page of this tutorial?

  • Ricardo Cahue

    18/05/2011

    MarkRyan
    …Its over the comments section

  • sagar

    01/05/2012

    awsssssssuuummmm !!!….I got a perfect output …..thnx !!!

  • BABLU BAGHEL

    27/09/2012

    SO NICE ………….