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IvanTk

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Hello gurus, I'm here because I want to replicate a logo/sticker that I saw recently and which I attach here. It's a text with light reflections, on a red circle with a sort of fabric-pois texture on it, on the red surface... I don't even knowhow to call it and so I have no clue on how to look for it on web. I was thinking to find a similar texture and add it to my own circle with an "Overlay" or "Multiply" option or something. I hope this isn't a strange question and it's good for this forum. Surely it's a newbie question.

Thank you for your time, anyway!
 

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IamSam

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Hello Ivan and welcome to PSG.

For me, the image is too small to determine the actual texture. You can find a pattern similar and load it into your patterns. Then you could use a layer style pattern overlay set to multiply. Or you could use a pattern clipped to a red circle and set the patterns layer mode to lighten.
 

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Thank you for the response. Actually, I found it, even if I spent several hours. I was going to abandon the search when i digited "fabric of speakers texture" on Google Images and, with enormous surprise, i found the image I attach here.

Anyway, now I have to create properly the logo. I know I'm off topic now, but if someone have a minute, could he tell me how should I make the light lines and effects which my original photo have?
 

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IamSam

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Not sure I understand what your needing.

But I will see if I can cover it.


Create a new document the size you desire.
Fill with black.
Set some guidelines in the center.

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On a new layer, use the Elliptical Marquee Tool or the Ellipse Tool and create a white circle.
Use your guides to start in the center.

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On a new layer, use the same tool to create a red circle.

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Now open the texture file and place it on top of the layer stack.
Set it's layer mode to Luminosity.
Right click on the texture layer and choose 'Create Clipping Mask'.

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Create a new layer and choose the Ellipse Tool.

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In the Ellipse Tools option bar, set the Tool Mode to 'Shape'
Set the Fill type to 'none'
Set the Stroke Color to 'white'
Set the Stroke width to '1.6pt'
Set the Shape Stroke type to "dashed line'

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Starting in the center, pull a shape to the edge of the red circle.

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All that's left to do is to turn off the guides and add the shading with the Brush Tool on a new layer.

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I'll leave the text to you.
 

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