How to create particular image?

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by BobK, Feb 17, 2008.

  1. BobK

    BobK Guest


    I have a logo that was created several years ago and I can't re-create
    it. You can see the logo/name at in the upper left
    corner that says USERNOMICS.

    I want to change the yellow/orange trim color to white. But I want to
    retain everything else. I only have the image as a .gif and I can't
    manipulate it. I also don't know what font was used.

    Does anyone have an idea of how this can be re-created?

    Thanks a lot,

    BobK, Feb 17, 2008
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  2. BobK

    Rudy Benner Guest

    Place cursor on logo, right click COPY.
    Open Photoshop, CTRL N.
    Paste into new document.

    Proceed from there.
    Rudy Benner, Feb 17, 2008
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  3. BobK

    Condom Guest

    You could use the Color Replacer. Use the first eyedropper to select
    the first color, and the second eyedropper to add colors to be
    replaced by white. To get white, just slide all the "Replacement"
    sliders to the right. To get more or less replacement, slide the
    "Fuzziness" slider back and forth. Make sure "Preview" is selected if
    you want to see the results as they are applied.

    Condom, Feb 17, 2008
  4. This is pretty straightforward using the replace colour tool.
    Image>Adjust>replace colour.
    using that method, it took me about 30 seconds to produce this.
    \(not quite so\) Fat Sam, Feb 17, 2008
  5. Do you think you could possibly be a bit more unhelpfull?
    No, I thought not.
    If you have nothing constructive or helpfull to add, then why don't you keep
    your smart ass mouth shut.
    \(not quite so\) Fat Sam, Feb 17, 2008
  6. BobK

    Voivod Guest

    Your response was entirely unhelpful yet you wasted everyone's time with
    lambasting another idiot for doing exactly what you've done. What makes
    you think you're more special, fuckstain?
    Voivod, Feb 17, 2008
  7. BobK

    BobK Guest


    Thanks a lot. That did the trick. Much appreciated.

    BobK, Feb 17, 2008
  8. BobK

    KatWoman Guest

    while replace color will work you will not get a nice sharp edged letter and
    the image will look deteriorated. On a gif those options will be greyed out
    so you must change mode to RGB or other first.

    If you plan to use this logo in any other document or larger sizes for
    future I suggest re-doing it
    YOU need to identify the font FIRST

    file new (make it in RGB mode) use decent resolution like 300-400 in case
    you need it bigger later for print etc
    fill with 50% gray

    type the text, (open character palette)

    use kerning etc for spacing the letters so close
    put the text layer on 0% fill
    it will look invisible don't worry
    click the little f at bottom of layer palette
    choose bevel -emboss
    tick the down box
    pillow emboss? or other to get the look of impression
    then use stroke
    change it to white, change thickness

    KatWoman, Feb 17, 2008
  9. BobK

    Rudy Benner Guest

    Why don't you go **** yourself.
    Rudy Benner, Feb 18, 2008
  10. Why should I?
    I offered the OP some constructive helpfull advice.
    You on the other hand wasted everyones bandwidth with your smart ass
    You tried to get a cheap laugh by making the OP look stupid, but the sad
    reality is that you only succeeded in making yourself look like a total
    Now you're angry because I've drawn attention to your dickheadedness, and
    you're lashing out at me.
    The result is that the world now percieves you as an immature and childish
    If I was you, I'd quit now before things get any worse.

    So, in answer to your question...Why don't YOU go **** yourself.
    \(not quite so\) Fat Sam, Feb 18, 2008
  11. BobK

    Rudy Benner Guest

    Go pound sand up your ass.
    Rudy Benner, Feb 18, 2008
  12. Thank you for proving my point.
    This is exactly the reason why school computers should not have internet
    access enabled.
    Now, shouldn't you be getting on with some work before teacher looks over
    your shoulder and realises what you've been doing?
    \(not quite so\) Fat Sam, Feb 18, 2008
  13. BobK

    Rudy Benner Guest

    Yes, a point was proven, now go look in the mirror, sonny.
    Rudy Benner, Feb 18, 2008
  14. BobK

    Voivod Guest

    Oh Noes! It's..... going to get WORSE!

    anybody scared yet?

    Yeah, me neither...
    Voivod, Feb 18, 2008
  15. The point is that you are a jackass, and you continue to expose yourself as
    Lets look at the facts.
    A newbie comes in here looking for help and/or advice with a genuine query.
    Instead of offering help or advice, you choose to act like a smart ass and
    give him a nonsense answer, in the hope that it will make him look dumb and
    make you lok witty.
    It failed, and you ended up looking like a dickhead.
    I pointed this out to you and you got upset because you felt exposed.
    You responded with childish abuse and insults instead of formulating an
    intelligent and reasoned response, thus reinforcing the impression that you
    are a childish immature dickhead.
    Now, your refusal to back down and accept that you were behaving like a
    smart ass dickhead only serves to strengthen the opinion that you are an

    I would be deeply surprised if any of the regulars in this newsgroup see
    things your way.
    I would welcome any comments from anyone who feels you are a victim here.

    Tell me now, in all honesty.
    Do you believe your advice to the OP was helpfull?
    Do you believe you addressed his query with a relevant answer or suggestion?
    Or were you just trying to be a smart ass?

    If you believe your advice was helpfull or usefull, then I would suggest you
    have no idea what you are talking about, and are completely clueless when it
    comes to using photoshop.

    Either way, my point has been made. It has been made clearly. And it has
    been made repeatedly.
    That point is that you are a dickhead smart ass who thinks he can make
    himself look witty by making others around him appear foolish.
    Unfortunately for you, it has backfired this time.

    I see no reason to continue making this same point, and by extension, I see
    no reason to continue arguing with a half-wit like you.
    \(not quite so\) Fat Sam, Feb 18, 2008
  16. BobK

    Voivod Guest

    You sure do use a lot of words to say nothing at all....
    Voivod, Feb 18, 2008
  17. BobK

    Joel Guest

    But what is the reason why you can't just re-type the word "USERNOMICS"
    using the exact same font, then applying some effect to have the same
    Joel, Feb 18, 2008
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    solomon Guest

    "The words of a wise man's mouth are gracious; but the lips of a fool
    will swallow up himself. The beginning of the words of his mouth is
    foolishness: and the end of his talk is mischievous madness" (Eccl

    solomon, Feb 18, 2008
  19. Well, since there is no other colour anywhere else, I would say the
    simplest trick would be to just de-saturate the image. (In photoshop,

    If you set to RGB you will have more control... then you simply use
    IMAGE > ADJUSTMENTS > HUE AND SATURATION, bring your Saturation slider
    right to zero. After that, Levels or Curves could be used to tweak

    If you set to GREYSCALE, you will need to use levels.

    Colour Replace is nifty, but a bit OTT for this job in particular.
    Teknofile (NZ), Feb 18, 2008
  20. BobK

    BobK Guest

    Thanks Kat. I will do this for future use. I would like to have a good
    copy around.

    I was able to get the effect I wanted by playing with the
    brightness/contrast. You can see the result at The
    USERNOMICS logo was a dark orange/yellow and could not be seen well.
    Now it has a brighter orange/yellow/white appearance. Just the trim

    Thanks again,

    BobK, Feb 19, 2008
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