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Photoshop
Creating Wood Texture
By John Martini | www.JokerMartini.com | JokerMartini@hotmail.com
Introduction: In this tutorial I'll be explaining how to create a wood texture from scratch in Photoshop.
Step 1: Start with a blank canvas 1024x1024

Step 2: Create a new layer named "Wood Color" Create some horizontal strokes using wood tones of your
personal liking. This will be used as the base color for our wood.

Photoshop
Creating Wood Texture
By John Martini | www.JokerMartini.com | JokerMartini@hotmail.com
Step 3: Create a new layer and label it "Wood-Grain". Then choose light and dark browns for your background
and foreground colors. Then go to "Filter > Render > Clouds"

Photoshop
Creating Wood Texture
By John Martini | www.JokerMartini.com | JokerMartini@hotmail.com
Step 4: No with the Wood-Grain layer still selected go to "Filter > Distort > Shear" Here we will make some zig
zag effect to simulate the different grains in the wood. Hit OK (Feel free to repeat this last step a few more times
to get stronger wood grain definition. I like to repeat the last step 2-3 times by hitting "Ctrl+F")

Photoshop
Creating Wood Texture
By John Martini | www.JokerMartini.com | JokerMartini@hotmail.com
Step 5: Go to "Filter > Other > High Pass" This allows us to essentially control the contrast and details picked up
in the Wood-Grain. For this I usually use something around 7-20. The settings are all personal preference here.

Step 6: No with "Wood-Grain" still selected change its blend mode to Overlay or Soft Light. I prefer to use Soft
Light.

Photoshop
Creating Wood Texture
By John Martini | www.JokerMartini.com | JokerMartini@hotmail.com
Step 7: With the Wood-Grain layer selected go to "Filter > Sharpen > Unsharp Mask" Here we will be able to
adjust the sharpness of our wood grain. This is a personal preference and you're not required to use the settings
I've used but you can do whatever you would like to do. I usually always end up used numbers around 200% for
the "Amount" and something around 10 pixels for the "Radius". "Threshold" I always leave at 0.

Step 8: Finally with the "Wood-Grain" layer still selected go to "Filter > Noise > Add Noise"
This adds subtle imperfections to the wood grain. I liked to use just a little bit of noise. For this I choose
something around 5% - 7%. Distribution set to Uniform and uncheck Monochromatic. Enjoy.

Photoshop
Creating Wood Texture
By John Martini | www.JokerMartini.com | JokerMartini@hotmail.com
Conclusion: Feel free to try different filters and mix and match blending modes to achieve a variety of different
looks.


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