Bring out you inner metal with this polished tutorial from Corey about creating a steel texture.

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  1. Geoff 9 February, 2009 at 04:36 Reply

    That’s a great texture image. Is that an istockphoto gem? Where did you find that image? Most steel texture images are smooth. The scratches and blemishes make it more gritty.

  2. Azael 16 February, 2009 at 22:58 Reply

    Hi, thanks a lot for the tutorial is just what i was looking for.

    I love this site as well,

    just one thing tho’ where are the project files?
    THANK YOU

  3. Rick 30 March, 2009 at 08:31 Reply

    Nice. I like the tutorial. But It’s really cool to watch you work and see how you do things. You also used a couple of features that I’ve never seen used before, so I get to mess with those now.

    Thanks!

  4. kkri 20 September, 2009 at 13:22 Reply

    It’ so coooooooooool! The one I was looking for, but… May I use exactly the same effect to create a logo for the web but also for printing with big dimensions and resolutions maintaining always the same quality both on web with small images and for printing with big ones? I mean: when creating once, may I use it for all my purposes? Thanx

  5. Dot Duffer 5 October, 2012 at 11:27 Reply

    I do not have Photoshop since my computer crashed and am in need of having the name STEEL AWAY created in helvetica bold type put a plaque like the tutorial shows. If anyone can help me or point me in the right direction, please constact me. dot@duffersign.com

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