Browsing: grunge

20 Excellent Grunge Fonts Perfect for Abstract Design

If you have been following PSD Vault for a while, you will find a lot of my tuts and inspirational contents are grungy or abstract. As a result, I have collected tons of resources based on those two styles in my resource library and I thought I would share some of those with you :)

In this post, I included 25 Excellent Grunge Style Fonts Perfect for Abstract Design out of my collections of fonts, hope you like them and find them useful.

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Huge Collection of High Quality Free Variety Texture (Packs) for Your Next Design

Textures are something every Photoshopper loves – great texture mean great design outcome. Plus you can combine different image adjustment tool to those textures to create unique, eye-catching effect.

In this post, I will share my collection 80+ of High Quality Free Variety Texture (Packs) for Your Next Design. Those are excellent textures I collected in the past and I personally think they’re absolutely great. The texture packs range from abstract, natural, metal to grunge. Hope you enjoy them :)

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Design a Vintage Car Poster with Grunge Texture, Font and Brushset in Photoshop

In this tutorial, I will show you the processes involved in making an old-looking, vintage car poster with grunge texture, font and brushset in Photoshop.

Along the way, we will be using a series of Photoshop techniques such as layer blending options, image adjustments, filter effects and masking. Some of the techniques can be a bit tricky (especially with the Pen Tool), but why not just have a try :)

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Create a Diablo III Inspired Grungy Text Effect

This tutorial shows the path I took to create this Diablo III Inspired Grunge Text Effect.

I was looking for some design inspirations on the net and I bumped into the Diablo III website. I was intrigued by the design of the title text and I thought: what happen if I add something extra to it? What will the end result like if I apply a cracked texture on top of the text?

The story begins…