Create a Liquid Metal in Photoshop

In this eight-part tutorial, I’ll show you how you can take a Liquid Metal technique that can be applied to text and objects,

make a super cool poster with it, and set it up for, and send it off to, print!

Tutorial Details
  • Applications Used: Adobe Photoshop CS2
  • Difficulty: Advanced
  • Estimated Completion Time: 2h +

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Final Product What You’ll Be Creating

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No matter what level of Photoshop you know, these eight videos are practically guaranteed to teach you something new, making you able to work in Photoshop more efficiently, save time and money on hiring a professional Liquid Metal, and give you hassle-free interaction with your printers!

Getting Started – Part 1

Creating The Type – Part 2

Creating The Liquid Drips – Part 3

The Channel Process – Part 4

Creating The Displacement Map – Part 5

Creating The Liquid – Part 6

Inserting The Background – Part 7

One Last Tip – Part 8

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Mark Monciardini
In the running for the International Photoshop Hall of Fame Award by the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, a Worth1000 Jury Award winner and listed by Wacom as one of their Top 40 Photoshop Experts, Mark has taught Millions of people Photoshop tips on his website since 1998. He has also contributed his expertise to dozens of Photoshop publications and classrooms nation wide and internationally. Other posts by Mark Monciardini
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