Looking for the best folded paper textures for your next branding designs? Find out how to apply creases and folds to a photo to make it look like a map that has been folded and unfolded! To generate the folded portions of the image, we’ll use guides and selects. To add highlights and shadows, we’ll use gradients, a layer blend mode, and one of Photoshop’s effects. Finally, we’ll use a custom brush to give the fold lines a worn-out appearance to produce the folded paper texture.
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How Can I Use Photoshop To Create A Paper Fold Texture Effect?
- Add A New Blank Layer
- Switch The Rulers On
- Remove the two vertical guides.
- Choose the rectangle marquee tool
- Circumvent the first section with a selection by dragging it.
- Select The Gradient Tool in Step 6
- Choose the Black-and-White Gradient
- Draw A Gradient From Black To White Across The Selected Area
- Define A Selection Ring Around The Following Section.
- Alternately, draw a Black To White Gradient Across The Selected Area.
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11. To finish off the remaining sections, repeat steps 9 and 10.
12. Cover Up The Rules And Directions
13. Switch to the Soft Light Blending Mode.
14. Apply the plastic wrap filter, if necessary.
15. Add a second new empty layer
16. Decide to use the Brush Tool
17. From the Brush Picker, select a Spatter Brush.
18. Select the Brush Tip Shape Options in the Brushes Panel.
19. Choose The Shape Dynamics Preferences
20. Choose The Dual Brush Settings
21. Make White the foreground color.
22. Paint The Fold Lines Across
23. Reducing the layer’s opacity (Optional)
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Finally, you may reduce the layer’s opacity to make the brush strokes appear less stark and powerful by blending them more naturally into the background of the image. At the top of the layer’s panel, the Opacity choice is located directly across from the Blend Mode option. Opacity is initially set to 100% by default. I’m going to cut my down to 70%.
We’re done with that now! My final “folds and creases” effect is shown below.