Harry Potter text effect

Author: Matt Harrison

I’m Matt Harrison I live in the United Kingdom and I’m co-owner of LiquidTutorials, I’m learning web development and Photoshop in my spare time.

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Step 1

Go to this link here and download the Harry Potter font and install it. If you don’t know how to install fonts click here to see a tutorials on how to install fonts.

Step 2

Go to File > New (set the settings to match the picture below)

Step 3

Write some text on your document and use the Harry Potter font.

Step 4

Right click on your background layer and go to blending options.

Step 5

Set your settings to match the pictures below.

Drop Shadow

Bevel and Emboss

Still on bevel and Emboss. Click on the drop down arrow next to the gloss contour and choose cone.

then double click on the cone and then when the contour editor opens click on the black line and then change  the input to 25% and the output to 50%

Contour

Texture

Click on the drop down arrow on the pattern box and then click on the little triangle and then click on rock patterns.

Then click Append

Now choose the pattern shown in the image below.

Gradient Overlay

Colour on the left is: #558c9c and the colour on the right is: #e7f5f8

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