15
Feb
2013

Old Rubber Stamp in Photoshop

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In this Photoshop tutorial, we will make old rubber stamp. As usual, you can download the PSD file of the tutorial at the end of tutorial.
Difficulty Level: Easy
Estimated Completion Time: 15 minutes

Below is the preview of final image.
rubber-stamp

Step 1:
Create a new document. File >> New
new document

Select paint bucket tool and fill the layer with white color.


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Step 2:
Create a new layer (Layer >> New >> Layer). Select “Text Tool” and type some text ending with * symbol. Here I am using “Latest Photoshop Tutorial *
Use font weight Bold and font size 14pt
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Click on “Create Warped Text” icon
create warped text

And apply following settings.
Arc

Now the image should look like this:
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Step 3:
Right Click the text layer and select “Duplicate Layer”. Rotate the duplicate layer by 180 degrees (Edit >>Transform >>Rotate 180). Move the duplicate text layer below to create a circle shape, as shown below.
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Step 4:
Create a new layer. Select “Elliptical Marquee Tool“.
Elliptical marquee tool

Draw a circle outside the text as shown below.
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Go to Edit >>Stroke and apply 5px width stroke.
stroke
This will create a border of 5px width. Now our image looks like this:
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Again create a new layer, and create another circle inside the text. But this time use stroke width 3px.
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Step 5:
Create a new layer. Select “Text Tool” and type some text in large and bold font style. Here I am using PSYAG text.
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Step 6:
Create a new layer. Go to Filter >> Render >> Clouds.
Change layer mode to “Screen“. Now our image looks like this:
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Now go to: Filter >>Noise >> Add Noise and add some noise.
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Our rubber stamp is ready. Below is the final image.
rubber-stamp

I hope you like the tutorial. You can also download the PSD file of this tutorial free!!!
Download PSD File FREE

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Name: Ravi Shekhar
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