Hello everyone. It’s Jen from Olde Tinkerer Studio. Today I’m going to do a simple GIMP tutorial and show you how to do a Photoshop-style logo. Create a new project. Go to File>New. I’m gonna make this a 500 by 500 square project. Change the foreground color to a light blue (I used # 2BA8FF). Change the background color to a dark blue (I used # 01518A) Choose the Blend (Gradient) Tool. Make sure the Shape is set to Linear. Drag the Gradient from the top-left corner to the bottom-right corner. Choose the Text Tool and type out your text. (I used Sans; 375 pixels; White) Choose the Alignment Tool and click on your Text once. The choose Align Center of Target and Align Middle of Target. Duplicate the Text Layer. Choose the Text Tool, highlight the duplicated Text and change the color to black. Move the Duplicated Text Layer beneath the Original Text Layer. Make the Duplicated Text Layer active and choose the Move Tool. Under the Tool Options make sure you have Move the Active Layer chosen. Move the Duplicated Text Layer down and to the right of the Original Text Layer. Go to Filters>Blur>Gaussian Blur and make both the Horizontal and Vertical Blur 60. Add a new layer. Name it Border and set the Layer Fill Type to Transparency. Click OK. Choose the Rectangle Select Tool and draw a border around the inside of your background – this will be the width of your border. Go to Select>Invert. Choose a Foreground Color for your border (I used #2294E5) Choose the Bucket Fill Tool with a Fill Type of FG Color Fill. Click inside your border selection to fill it with the foreground color. Go to Select>None. And there you have your very simple Photoshop-style logo. I hope you found this useful. Have a good day!