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Gold Effect for a FIFA Coin?

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Hi. I have designed a FIFA Coin (image preview in the provided link). I used a texture and some gradient to give a gold effect to it, but I'm not very satisfied with the results. Do you know a better way to do it, or is there a tutorial for it? Thanks in advance.

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You might try adding a Style to it. Styles are saved settings of the various effects in Layer Styles. There are some metallic styles in the Legacy styles. To add Legacy Styles go to Window > Styles to open the Styles panel. Click the panel menu in the upper right corner and go to Legacy Styles and More. Then double click on the layer where you want to apply the layer style and click on Styles at the top on the left to select one on the right side. Go to Legacy Styles and More > 2019 Styles > Metallic. Give the Gold one a try. Because they are styles, you can edit how they appear by clicking on the various options on the left (on the name, not the checkmark--that turns it off). For Gold, you might want to modify the Bevel & Emboss settings.

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Gold Effect for a FIFA Coin?

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Hi. I have designed a FIFA Coin (image preview in the provided link). I used a texture and some gradient to give a gold effect to it, but I'm not very satisfied with the results. Do you know a better way to do it, or is there a tutorial for it? Thanks in advance.

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You might try adding a Style to it. Styles are saved settings of the various effects in Layer Styles. There are some metallic styles in the Legacy styles. To add Legacy Styles go to Window > Styles to open the Styles panel. Click the panel menu in the upper right corner and go to Legacy Styles and More. Then double click on the layer where you want to apply the layer style and click on Styles at the top on the left to select one on the right side. Go to Legacy Styles and More > 2019 Styles > Metallic. Give the Gold one a try. Because they are styles, you can edit how they appear by clicking on the various options on the left (on the name, not the checkmark--that turns it off). For Gold, you might want to modify the Bevel & Emboss settings.

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You might try adding a Style to it. Styles are saved settings of the various effects in Layer Styles. There are some metallic styles in the Legacy styles. To add Legacy Styles go to Window > Styles to open the Styles panel. Click the panel menu in the upper right corner and go to Legacy Styles and More. Then double click on the layer where you want to apply the layer style and click on Styles at the top on the left to select one on the right side. Go to Legacy Styles and More > 2019 Styles > Metallic. Give the Gold one a try. Because they are styles, you can edit how they appear by clicking on the various options on the left (on the name, not the checkmark--that turns it off). For Gold, you might want to modify the Bevel & Emboss settings.

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