Here is another Photoshop Tutorial, this tutorial will teach you how to make Brick Wall in Photoshop. You may have seen tutorials like this, but this one is a bit Different. Very interesting tutorials to learn, hopefully you will be enjoying making it by your own. Lets start without wasting time.

1. Take a new file of size 50px x 50px with 72 resolution and white background.

2. Press Ctrl+A and run the command Edit >> Stroke and give the following value and color to line:

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3. While using the Rectangular Marquee selection tool rectangular-marquee-tool draw horizontally 4 px height rectangle and fill it with Black like:

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4. Now draw another rectangle, this time vertically but half part of the above white area and fill it with black like:

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5. Now select top right white area but including left & right black border and fill it with white, like:

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6. Now press Ctrl+A and run the command Edit >> Define Pattern and give it any name and hit OK and close this file without saving it.

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7. Now take new file of the following size and values:

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8. Goto Channel panel (you will find it by running the command Window >> Channels), click on the Create New Layer icon at the bottom of that Panel. A new layer would come with having name of Alpha1. Press Ctrl+A to select all and run Edit >> Fill command and select Pattern from Use list box and select your pattern which you just saved (probably you will find in the last of the list). Hit Ok.

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10. Chose Filter >> Blur >> Gaussian Blur command and give the following values:

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11. Now run the command Image >> Adjustments >> Levels command and give the following values:

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12. Again run the command Filter >> Blur >> Gaussain Blur command and give the value:

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13. Now run the command Edit >> Fade and give the following value:

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14. Now run the command Filter >> Noise >> Add Noise and give the following values:

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you will get this:

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15. Now in Channel Panel click on RGB and come back to Layer Panel again.

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16. Press D to bring Black and White colors in Color Pallette and pick Gradient Tool gradient-tool. Pick the first gradient (i.e. Black and White) and its opacity to 50% and drag mouse from top to bottom, here are the command and its result:

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17. Now run the command Filter >> Render >> Lighting Effect and select the following options, dont’ forgot to bring Alpha 1 in Texture Channel. Color number which I’ve given is #ac3d22 and make the shape like this in Preview box:

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Hit ok and you will get the following result:

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18. Again goto Channel Panel (don’t select Alpha 1) just hold Ctrl and click on Alpha1 layer. It will select all the boxes:

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19. Press Ctrl+J (to copy it) and come back to Layer Panel again.

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20. Select Background layer and Press Ctrl+U or run the command, Image>> Adjustments>> Hue/Saturation. Give the following value:

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Hit ok and you will get the following result:

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21. Now select Layer 1 and run the command Layer >> Layer Style >> Drop Shadow and give the following value:

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Here you go, this is the final result you will get:

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