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can anyone link me to an online tutorial for

making text ripple(eg: if you wanted to layer

some text over top a flick of a t-shirt or

something and have it look realistic, like the

text is actually on the t-shirt..)..?

i have a feeling its more complex than what

a tute could provide, but if anyone has tips/tutes/links,

please let me know.

merci

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actually not too tough

 

I dont have any links, but just use the overlay blend mode for the text layer, try like filter distort, or text warp options to get it to look like the curves on the shirt.....

therees mose concise ways to get it flawless but im on the run, good luck.

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those tutorials really suck when you find the lesson you were looking for , but it's for the version of photoshop before or after the one you have.. makes it not-easy as they say

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good-tutorials is pretty good. Some of the tutorials dont really work out, due to different versions, but I found it a pretty helpful site.

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do it in illustrator if it's for a shirt..

 

if the edges ripple out and get pixelated..it won't look the same as when it's screened...

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