Create Delicious Cookie Text Using Photoshop

Create Delicious Cookie Text Using Photoshop
- Texture: Choose the Cells pattern, and change the Depth to 50.
- Satin: Change the Blend Mode to Saturation and the color to #838383.
- Color Overlay: Set the color to #ebe1c6.

Step 9

After the Layer Styles are applied, we are going to modify the frosting brush. Open the Brush panel again (Window -> Brush), choose a hard round brush, and under Brush Tip Shape set the Size to 45, the Hardness to 100%, and the Spacing to 25%.
Under Shape Dynamics, set the Size Jitter to 75%, and make sure other values are set to 0.
With the "Frosting" layer selected (active), start adding the frosting. Try moving slow and fast to see how the brush works in both cases. Because the Layer Styles are already applied, you'll notice that the brush flows smoothly, kinda' like a real frosting does! Keep in mind that you can change the size of the brush, undo and redo, add or remove parts from different areas. Take your time with this step, we want the cookies to look as delicious as possible!
Once you're done adding the frosting, duplicate the "Frosting" layer, then right click on the copy and chooseClear Layer Style.
Make sure that the Foreground and Background colors are still set to #eae2cb and #c3a46c.
Go to Filter -> Noise -> Add Noise, and set the Amount to 10, the Distribution to Uniform, and check the Monochromatic box.
Change the "Frosting copy" layer's Blend Mode to Soft Light and its Opacity to 50%. This will enhance the frosting color and give it a nice shine.
We're done with the text effect. Next, we are going to create the rack.

Step 10

Create a new 42 x 1 px document with a Transparent Background.
Press Ctrl/Cmd + R to show the Ruler. Click and drag a guide from the vertical ruler, and place it in the center of the document. (Check the Snap option under the View menu so that the guide will snap to the center of the document when you drag it).
This is optional, but it can be a bit helpful. Go to Edit -> Preferences -> Cursors, and check the Show Crosshair in Brush Tip box.
Back to the document, (you can zoom in to make things clearer), choose a round hard brush, set its size to 15, and set the Foreground color to #5a391d. Place the center of the brush on the guide outside the document from the top, press and hold the Shift key, then drag the brush to the bottom.
The reason why a brush is used instead of a fill is that it gives a smoother result.
Go to Edit -> Define Pattern, and type in Vertical.
Go to Image ->Image Rotation -> 90° CW, then, once again Edit -> Define Pattern, and type in Horizontal this time.

Step 11

Back to the original document, create a new layer right on top of the original text layer, and call it "Rack". Pick theRounded Rectangle Tool, click the Paths icon in the Options Bar, and type in 10 for the Raduis value. Draw a round rectangle path around the text.
With the Foreground color still set to #5a391d, stroke the path just like you did back in Step 2 (Right click -> Stroke Path, choose Brush and un-check the Simulate Pressure box).
Create a new layer on top of the "Rack" layer and call it "Rack - V". Pick the Paint Bucket Tool, and choose theVertical pattern to fill the document.

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