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Quick Tip Add A Toasted Logo To a Piece of Bread
Tutorials Textures and Patterns 22392 Views October 11th, 2010

Learn how to create a logo in Photoshop with a toasted bread effect. It works beautifully for text, shape and so on. All you have to do is find a bread texture and put the logo on top. Use the Burn Tool to create the toasted effect; ready in just a few minutes.


Step 1 – Open the Background

Open a photo with a bread slice and if it is not toasted (it is recommended not to be toasted) .

Go to Image - Adjustments - Color balance and do the following settings.

Shadows: 30;0;-15 Midtones: 45;0;0 Highlights:20;0;-10

You can make another settings it depends on how is your bread looking.

Now duplicate this layer .

Step 2 – Add your Logo

Draw a logo or choose Custom shape tool and choose a shape from the list. I choose Hedere 2. For this shape you need to go to Blending Options and for Stroke set 2 px and color brawn.

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5 comment(s) for "Quick Tip Add A Toasted Logo To a Piece of Bread"

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7:00 AM Friday, May 28, 2010
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7:00 AM Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Thanks dude! reply
7:00 AM Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Your welcome my friend! reply
Manual Clipping Path
7:00 AM Saturday, October 09, 2010
Nice tutorial, the result is wonderful.. thanks reply

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