Create Money-Print effect in Adobe Photoshop

Updated: Jan 12


In this START 3TM (Tips & Tricks' Two Minutes) post/video, you will learn how to create a Money Print effect in Adobe Photoshop.


As usual and fortunately, it doesn't need more than two minutes, and a creative mind to create wonderful artwork 😁.


Letus START:

1- Prepare your image

2- Click here to download the pattern pack.

3- Create 4 copies of your image layer:

4- Select the layer of the first copy:

5- Go to the (Image) menu > choose (Adjustments) > choose (Threshold):

6- Set the Threshold Level to ( 80 ) then click ( OK ):

7- Select the layer of the second copy:

8- Repeat step 5:

9- Set the Threshold Level to ( 100 ) then click ( OK ):

10- Select the layer of the third copy:

11- Repeat step 5:

12- Set the Threshold Level to ( 120 ) then click ( OK ):

13- Select the layer of the fourth copy:

14- Repeat step 5:

15- Set the Threshold Level to ( 140 ) then click ( OK ):

16- Go to the (Image) menu > choose (Canvas Size):

17- On (Canvas Size) pop up box:

  • Make the value (Relative), by activating the checkmark in the checkbox.

  • Set the values to (100 Centimeters).

Please note: your image should be a high-resolution image (1450px for height or width- 72dpi) or bigger.

18- Create a new layer, and deactivate all other layers:

19- Fill the new layer with white color or with another light color you choose:

20- Create a new layer:

21- From the tools choose the (Paint bucket tool), and from the options-bar choose (Pattern)

22- Click on Patterns, then choose the first one of (MoneyPrint) patterns:

23- Fill the layer with it:

24- Again, create a new layer, choose the second one of (MoneyPrint) patterns, and fill the layer with it:

25- And again, create a new layer, choose the third one of (MoneyPrint) patterns, and fill the layer with it:

26- And one last time, create a new layer, choose the fourth one of (MoneyPrint) patterns, and fill the layer with it:

27- Deactivate the pattern layers:

28- Active the layer of the first copy of your image:

29- Go to the (Select) menu > choose (Color Range):

30- On the image, click on a black area. Now on Color Range popup window, set the Fuzziness to ( 60 ), and click ( OK ):

31- Select (Layer 5), then click the (Add Mask) button at the bottom of the Layers tab:

32- Active the layer of the second copy of your image:

33- Repeat step (29) and step (30):

  • Go to the (Select) menu > choose (Color Range).

  • On the image, click on a black area. Now on Color Range popup window, set the Fuzziness to ( 60 ), and click ( OK ).

34- Select (Layer 4), then click the (Add Mask) button at the bottom of the Layers tab:

35- Active the layer of the third copy of your image:

36- Again repeat step (29) and step (30):

  • Go to the (Select) menu > choose (Color Range).

  • On the image, click on a black area. Now on Color Range popup window, set the Fuzziness to ( 60 ), and click ( OK ).

37- Select (Layer 3), then click the (Add Mask) button at the bottom of the Layers tab:

38- Active the layer of the fourth copy of your image:

39- Again repeat step (29) and step (30):

  • Go to the (Select) menu > choose (Color Range).

  • On the image, click on a black area. Now on Color Range popup window, set the Fuzziness to ( 60 ), and click ( OK ).

40- Select (Layer 2), then click the (Add Mask) button at the bottom of the Layers tab:

41- Now in the Layers tab:

  • Deactivate the layers of image copies.

  • Active all of the pattern layers.

  • Deactivate the link indicator between the pattern layers and their masks.

42- Select ( Layer 2 ) by clicking on its square (not the mask):

43- Go to the (Edit) menu > choose (Free Transform):

44- In ( Options Bar ) set the angle to ( 90 degrees ), then on your keyboard press ( Enter ):

45- Active ( Layer 3 and Layer 4 ) and keep them as-is:

46- Select ( Layer 5 ) by clicking on its square (not the mask):

47- Go to the (Edit) menu > choose (Free Transform):

48- In ( Options Bar ) set the angle to ( 90 degrees ), then on your keyboard press ( Enter ):

49- Zoom out, and using Crop tool select your image edges and press Enter on your keyboard:

And you're all set 😍




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