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How to Make Patch on Clothes

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How to Make Patch on Clothes

Your clothes are broken? Ok, then this tutorial special for you!

First of all, create a new document around 1000×500 pixels in size ad fill it with color of #524f2e.

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Set up Foreground and Background colors as white and black accordingly and then apply Filter > Distort > Diffuse Glow with presets similar to these:

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Ok, now we have something like this:

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Press D to set Foreground and Background colors as standard. Then duplicate layer with Ctrl+J and apply another one Filter > Brush Strokes > Ink Outlines:

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Now we have a relief like this:

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Change layer mode to Darken and set opacity to 30% up.

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Ok, now I would like to bring some gradient to canvas. Create a new layer, after that activate the Gradient Tool and a black to transparent gradient, fill in the work area as on picture below.

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Next thing to do is add some text to our canvas. Get the Horizontal Type Tool out and write some text onto it.

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In the above image I’ve used Arial Black (130 pt, Sharp) for my font with a very thick weight/setting. Then use the following warp text properties for this layer:

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Move the text in the middle of canvas:

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Now find some appropriate fabric texture. For this you might want to go to Google and search for a good-quality picture or use this one. Open this file, then apply Edit > Define Pattern to save it as pattern and close the document. Go back to main document and apply Pattern Overlay layer style to the text layer:

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Use Layer > Rasterize > Type to rasterize text layer, after that get out the Eraser Tool with the next presets:

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Process the text edges to get the fabric effect as on picture as below:

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After that apply Drop Shadow and Outer Glow layer styles more:

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See the result:

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Ok, now it’s time to add running stitches. Select the Brush Tool (soft round brush, size of 3 px) and draw the stitches as below:

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And one more things, it will look better when we will add some embroidery to canvas:

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Now apply Drop Shadow, Outer Glow and Color Overlay to make stitches view more realistic:

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After those actions your picture should look as mine:

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This tutorial is done! Thanks for reading it everyone, I hope you enjoyed it!

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  • juanic

    thanx for this tutorial it gives me more knowledge

  • smoothy

    this tutorials is very nice.i learned very much about this.thank u very much.

  • wardy

    Is it possible to get some more explanation on the Eraser Tool part of this tutorial please? Other than that… its great!

  • Wigipon

    what the color of the brush in step:
    “Ok, now it’s time to add running stitches. Select the Brush Tool (soft round brush, size of 3 px) and draw the stitches as below:”..?
    Tnx

  • cuthead

    Press D to set Foreground and Background colors as standard. Then duplicate layer with Ctrl+J and apply another one Filter > Brush Strokes > Ink Outlines:
    incorrect,your pics show you use angle strokes but you say you use ink outlines,this mistake waste my time.

  • lama dawa

    Thanks for the tutorial its really good.

  • sigh..

    Lack of information on quite a few steps…

    -1

  • http://www.blu-bee.com Rahulkrative

    Thanks friend.Its give me more more knowledge.

  • PasserByer

    “Now, add embroidery.” This is the whole reason I came to this tutorial. No explanation at all for how you achieved the affect? Really? Major disappointment.

  • Sonali

    This is awesome! I will definitely be able to do more with fonts with these tutorials! :-)