Sorry for giving away all our secrets, but someone asked for a tutorial…
The patterns are available here: http://naomiatkinsonproducts.com/
And you can download the PSD here:
over 3 years ago
Thank you :) I'm gonna try this for sure =]
Thanks! The shot is looking good. I was wondering how that effect was applied :-)
by Ian Storm Taylor
Figured I'd expand the tutorial for use on the web. You can see the demo live here: http://ianstormtaylor.com/experiments/striped-shadow/
It only works in Webkit browsers, and you'd have to make a fallback in others.
over 3 years ago
Awesome, thanks Sacha!
Very well executed.
Sweet. I always fill the layer above the stripey layer with the pattern, then clip it to the text for some flexibility. But this works just as well, of course!
I thought this was possible without duplicating the text? I don't have it in front of me, but isn't there a webkit clip-pattern or something that you can use?
Yup, buying your patterns, following you, and becoming your best friend. Cheers, new best mate.
@Philip if you look at Ian's tutorial he doesn't duplicate the text in webkit. but in photoshop I don't know any way of achieving the same result without another layer (it would be possible in illustrator, though).
@Jonah they're not my patterns, but I appreciate it all the same!
@Sacha, I'm sorry, I didn't realize this was a PS tutorial, I thought it was a CSS. No wonder I was confused. Little embarrassed now :-o
Ah, here we go. It was Trent Walton: http://trentwalton.com/css3/tdc/
The "TDC" is using a pattern clipped to invisible text. There's also a pattern shadow behind "Design"
There's a link to his blog post about it. His code doesn't show it on the blog post, but if you look at that example he's used ::after to get the pattern shadow. No HTML duplication of word, but in CSS instead.
In any case, what you are using it for is beautiful and I'm looking forward to seeing more! :)
by Roland Martial
Figured I'll use some of my free time to expand the tutorial onto another very popular effect. This effect can also be achieved using CSS 3 but I'm letting other dribbblers have the opportunity to join in and rebound another tutorial about on how to do it.
Great tut! Thanks for the help! Is it possible to change the color of the striped shadow pattern fill?
over 2 years ago
Sure, you can use any pattern you want. Or put the black and white pattern on a mask and change the color of the fill layer itself.
Nice! Just bought it. Loved all of the extra little patterns in there. Well worth the $5
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