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How to Design a Chrome Effect Style in Photoshop

How to Design a Chrome Effect Style in Photoshop featured

Hello everybody!!  Thanks again for joining with us today and in this tutorial we are going to discuss about how to create a Chrome effect Style in Photoshop.

We are going to do this Using just layer styles. The whole process is very simple but it might require some tweaking and a little bit of time. The above design will be the final outcome of what we are going to create.

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Step 01

  • Open Photoshop and create a new document. We are using 2880×1800 for the size, so we can use it as desktop wallpaper for your PC/ laptop. After that put the logo/symbol you want to apply the chrome style. For mine I am going to use Design Optimal logo, if simplified DO logo, I have used FortySecondStreet HB as the font for the DO logo for this Tutorial. Now save the PSD as name of Chrome Effect.PSD. Now fill the background with #333131.
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Step 02

  • Now fill the document background with Solid black and after that, go to Filter>Noise>Add Noise. Use 12.5% for the Amount and select Gaussian and Monochromatic.
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