Create Delicious Cookie Text Using Photoshop

Create Delicious Cookie Text Using Photoshop
- Drop Shadow: Just change the color to #825a0c.
- Inner Shadow: Change the color to #986917.
- Bevel and Emboss: Change the Size to 10, the Gloss Contour to Notched Slope - Rounded, and check the Anti-aliased box for a smoother effect. Also, change the Highlight Mode to Overlay, its color to #e4d2b2, and the Shadow Mode color to #c5a260.
- Contour: Choose the Half Round contour, and check the Anti-aliased box.
- Texture: Choose the Rusted Metal pattern, and change the Depth to 25%.
This is what the result should look like.

Step 5

Now click the empty box next to the copy 2 layer so that the eye icon appears again, and the layer is visible.
Double click the copy 2 layer to apply a Color Overlay, and set the color to #c5a464.
This color will be the base for some Filters we are going to apply next.

Step 6

It's time to apply the Filters to enhance the texture we already have. But first, we are going to convert the copy 2layer to a Smart Object. This will apply the Filters to the Color Overlay instead of the original color, and will enable us to modify the Filters' values if needed later on. To do that, simply right click on the copy 2 layer, and choose Convert To Smart Object.
Set the Foreground color to #c3a15f, and the Background color to #93713a.
Go to Filter -> Sketch -> Reticulation. Change the Density to 10, the Foreground Level to 10, and the Background Level to 20.
Next, go to Filter -> Brush Strokes -> Ink Outlines. Change the Stroke Length to 17, the Dark Intensity to 0, and the Light Intensity to 10.
Finally, go to Filter -> Texture -> Craquelure. Set the Crack Spacing to 15, the Crack Depth to 6, and the Crakc Brightness to 10.
That's it for the Filters. If you want to play around with the values you can do that by double clicking on the "Filter Gallery" to get into the Filter's dialog box. Make sure to do any modifications before you move to the next step, because we are going to rasterize this layer.

Step 7

Righ click on the copy 2 layer and choose Rasterize Layer..
The layer is no longer a Smart Object now.
Go to Image -> Adjustments -> Hue/Saturation, (or press Ctrl/Cmd + U), and change the Saturation value to -50.
Go to Image -> Adjustments -> Color Balance, (or press Ctrl/Cmd + B), and for the Midtones, change the Color Levels values to 35, -7, and 29.
Change the copy 2 layer's Blend Mode to Soft Light.This will give a nice red tone to the texture.

Step 8

Create a new layer on top of all layers and call it "Frosting". Then, set the Foreground color to #eae2cb and the Background color to #c3a46c. We are going to apply the Layer Styles for this layer before drawing the frosting, as this will make the drawing process easier and more precise. So double click the "Frosting" layer to apply the following Layer Styles.
- Drop Shadow: Change the color to #ad7b40, the Distance to 3, and the Spread to 5.
- Inner Shadow: Change the color to #9c958f, the Opacity to 100%, and the Size to 13.
- Outer Glow: Change the Blend Mode to Multiply, the color to #e3ddd2, and the Rnage to 80%.
- Bevel and Emboss: Change the Size to 13, the Soften to 7, check the Anti-aliased box, change the Highlight Mode to Linear Light and its Opacity to 50%, and change the Shadow Mode color to #cac8c4.

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