Stitched Logo Tutorial

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  1. Linki_20

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    Since there hase been some interest, I've made a short Youtube tutorial about how to make stitched Logos for football kits.



    NOTE: This tutorial only shows the process I use to create stitched Logos. The mockup used in this tutorial has been made by Robert Loyale:



    Step 1: Download the mockup using the following link:
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/ah2udvwfts42k11/Logo+mockup.psd

    Step 2: Open the mockup using Photoshop.

    Step 3: In the layer panel double - click on the "drop" layer so that a new layer will open.

    Step 3: Select the Wand tool and make sure to copy the tool settings as shown in the video.

    Step 4: In Photoshop open the Logo you want to use and copy it to Layer 3 window

    Step 5: Using the Wand tool and pressing ctrl + j export every colour into its own layer.

    Step 6: Select each colour layer individually, press ctrl + s to save it, then go back to the Logo mockup window and export it as PNG.

    Step 7: Go to File> Scripts > Load Files into Stack and select all colour layers and click OK.

    Step 8: Adjust the brightness and contrast.

    Step 9: Export the file as PNG and you're done.
     
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    That's a great tutorial mate. The only thing that makes me wonder is how to reduce the quality loss when I resize from larger size to smaller one
     
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    Been asking myself the sam question mate.

    Maybe this tutorial could be useful :

     
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    Thanks Linki, I'll try it asap
     
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    No problem mate, I hope it helps.
     
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    for being the first time I try I say : not bad not bad
    Sin título1.png
     
  7. Linki_20

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    I've risked 7€ and bought an embroidery effect for Photoshop... I don't know maybe I'm doing something wrong because it stops working... So I'm gonna stick with method... It's not ideal but it's still better than having a basic Logo with no visible threads.
     
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    The quality difference between 1024x1024, 512x512 and 256x256:


    1024x1024

    1024.png
    512x512

    512x512.png

    256x256:

    256x256.png
     
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    Looks great. Gotta Try it out on some retro kits.
     
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