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May 13, 2010

Gradient Overlay with Photoshop

I'll be using the image above for this tutorial.

  1. Right click the image above and paste it on your photoshop.
  2. Click on layer=>new and a pop up window will appear similar to the one below.

  3. Click on your gradient tool.

  4. Choose the color you want to use.

  5. Be sure you are on the layer 2. Now drag your mouse across the image. Just experiment on which direction to drag.

  6. Now here is my finished product!

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