'Knockout' is a blending option, turning a layer to a kind of a mask for all underlying layers except for the Background layer. To create this effect: • Choose a layer in the Layers palette. (On this screenshot - 'Shape 1') • In the Effects palette, double-click the 'Knockout' thumbnail. • If you want to punch through the Background (to transparency), convert it to regular layer (Layer > New >Assistir filmes online hd. Layer from Background) or simply hide it (screenshot). • To turn off the effect double-click the 'Disable Knockout' pictogram in the Effects palette. When you apply the 'Knockout' to a shape layer, the Custom Shape and other shape tools tend to remember the effect and apply it to follow-up shape layers.
Punch Through Effect
Punch Through Effect In Illustrator
Punch Through Text Effect in Photoshop Posted on December 28, 2015 by Eric Renno In this video I use text and Shape layers to create a really simple, but effective, text effect inside of Photoshop. WonderHowTo Photoshop. How To: Create an aqua sphere effect using Photoshop How To: Give a dramatic punch to an image in Photoshop How To: Make an ice text effect using Photoshop How To: Create flowing water and a splash effect in Photoshop How To: Create a starry sky. Bursting Through Paper. This very convincing 3D effect is done in Photoshop. Because there are several steps involved, and several different procedures, I'll.