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Invisible Signature Tutorial
Photoshop CS6 || Translatable Expect for Coloring || Easy

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model1 model2
stock1 stock2 stock3 stock4 stock5
texture1 texture2
psd1 psd2

You can duplicate these steps using different models, stocks, and etc and come up with your own signature, do not copy exactly, put your own twist and style into it.

1. open up your canvas 500X200.
2. Paste your first model and resize and place them
3. Hard cut the model
(prep if needed)

4. Paste your first stock and hard cut it, and place it under the first model.

5. Paste your second stock and hard cut it, vertically flip it, and place it under the first stock. Invert it, and add a hue/saturation layer as a clipping mask, and place hue -50.
6. Paste your second stock again and hard cut it, vertically flip it, resize it, and place it over the first model. Invert it, and add a hue/saturation layer as a clipping mask, and place hue -50.

7. Add a fill layer with the color #f36d8f, and drag it to the bottom.
8. Paste your third stock on top of the fill layer and place on screen.
9. Paste your first texture on top of the third stock and place it on soft light 50%.
This was because it felt too empty, and this added some depth.

10. Paste your fourth stock on top of your second stock and place on screen.

11. Paste your fifth stock on top of your first texture and place on screen, and using a lower opacity eraser brush then erase some of the stock from the sides so that it doesn’t look so busy.
I added this stock because it still looked too empty.

12. Add a new layer on top and make borders on both sides with the color white.
13. Add main text, font was beba nene and size 60pt.

14. Paste your second model and resize and place them on top, then hard cut the model
(prep if needed)
I changed the color of the scarf to make it blend more seamlessly with the rest of the signature.
15. Add subtext, font was beba nene and size 12pt.

16. Duplicate your fourth stock and drag it to the top and move it over the second model.
This was so that text and the second model was not sicking out and it’s apart of the signature and not poping out, so that it’s more fluid.

17. Add your first coloring psd (by evey-v) and place it on 50%
18. Add your second coloring psd (by worldpsd) and place it on 50%
19. Now copy merge your canvas and paste as a new layer. Motion blur it at angle 90, and distance 55, use a large smudge brush and smudge it, then add a lot of contrast with brightness/contrast, and place it on soft light 50%.
20. Add your second texture (by evey-v), gaussian blur on 4.8, and place it on soft light 50%.
21. Now copy merge your canvas and paste as a new layer again, smart sharpen it with the settings amount 50, and radius 0.5%, then place it on 50%.
22. Duplicate the last layer, and smart sharpen it again with the same settings, and remove it from everywhere expect the first model.
done.

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