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    Question Turning Text to Camo. With Photoshop

    How is it done?

    Its Texturizing Text.

    I saw a tutorial for photoshop 6.

    I need it for cs3.

    Help?

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    Are you talking about camouflaging?
    Well, I'm not sure if this works.
    I think you're supposed to make two different layers and one should be the text and another one should be the camouflage pattern.
    Put the text layer over the camouflage layer.

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    Ahh it doesnt work.

    the font has to be transparent but then you see the camo...
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    1. Have the font layer under the camo layer.

    2. While having the font layer selected on your layers pallete, click on the font layer in the layers pallete while holding down CTRL. This should make a selection around the text.

    3. Press CTRL-I to inverse your selection.

    4. Now chose teh camo layer in teh layers palete, and press delete. This should leave the camouflage only over teh text.

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    can't you just create a custom pattern that's camo and then change the font layer to that pattern?

    i'm no photoshop expert.

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    It's really easy.
    Open camo layer.
    Put camo layer 1 above text layer.
    Ctrl+click inbetween the layers, it should give you some weird symbol.
    Done.
    It basically hides everything on the camo layer behind everything that isn't text.

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    I needed help with this, but in the end I figured it out myself!
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