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How do I darken bevel in PSE 2020

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I have successfully applied a bevel to a square but wish to darken the darker edges. How do I achieve this? Thanks

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With the bevel applied:

 

Set your foreground color chip to black

Go to Select>all

Open a blank layer at the top

Go to Edit>stroke(outline) selection. Select the stroke width, place stroke inside, apply

This will place the stroke on a separate layer and you can adjust the layer opacity to suit in the layers palette

Let us know if this works for your project

 

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How do I darken bevel in PSE 2020

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I have successfully applied a bevel to a square but wish to darken the darker edges. How do I achieve this? Thanks

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Correct answer by hatstead | Adobe Community Professional

With the bevel applied:

 

Set your foreground color chip to black

Go to Select>all

Open a blank layer at the top

Go to Edit>stroke(outline) selection. Select the stroke width, place stroke inside, apply

This will place the stroke on a separate layer and you can adjust the layer opacity to suit in the layers palette

Let us know if this works for your project

 

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With the bevel applied:

 

Set your foreground color chip to black

Go to Select>all

Open a blank layer at the top

Go to Edit>stroke(outline) selection. Select the stroke width, place stroke inside, apply

This will place the stroke on a separate layer and you can adjust the layer opacity to suit in the layers palette

Let us know if this works for your project

 

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Thanks for the quick response.


Got me 90% of the way there and I could easily figure the rest out. I only wanted to darken the two darker edges but simply eraing the two sided i didn't want, gave me the desired effect.

 

Many thanks

 

Andy

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You're welcome. Glad to help.

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