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ဖဲခ်ပ္ေလးမ်ား

အခုပထမဆံုး ေလ့က်င့္မယ့္ပံုကေတာ့ ဖဲခ်ပ္ပံုေလးေတြျဖစ္ပါတယ္ ... ဖဲသမားလို႔ေတာ့မထင္ေစခ်င္ဘူး ... အလြယ္ဆံုး
သင္ခန္းစာမို႔ အရင္ဆံုးသင္တာျဖစ္ပါတယ္ ..

ပထမအဆင့္အေနနဲ႔ file new နဲ႔ ဖိုင္အသစ္ေခၚပါမယ္ ... size ကိုေတာ့ pixel 500x500 ေလာက္ထားေပါ့ဗ်ာ resolution
ကိုေတာ့ 300 ထားပါမယ္

ဒုတိယအဆင့္အေနနဲ႔ကေတာ့ layer အသစ္တစ္ခုေခၚပါ ၿပီးရင္ Tool Bar ထဲက rectangle tool ထဲက round rectangle
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tool ကိုေရြးၿပီး အျဖဴေရာင္ round rectangle ေလးတစ္ခုဆလိုက္ပါ ဆြၿဲ ပီးသြားတာနဲ႔ ထုိ layer ေပၚမွာ Right-Click ႏွိပ္ၿပီး
rasterize layer ကိုႏွိပ္လိုက္ပါ ( Rectangular Marquee ကို feather 10px ေလာက္ထည့္ၿပီး အျဖဴေရာင္ fill လုပ္လည္း
ရပါသည္ )

တတိယအဆင့္အေနနဲ႔ကေတာ့ အဲ့ဒီ Rectangle ေလးကို ဖဲခ်ပ္အျဖဴပံုေလးေပၚလာေအာင္ layer ေပၚမွာ Right Click
ႏွိပ္ၿပီး blending option ထဲ ၀င္ၿပီးေတာ့ drop shadow ခ်ိန္ၿပီ stoke 1px ထည့္လိုက္ပါမယ္ ဒါဆိုခုလိုပံုစံေလးရလာပါၿပီ ...




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စတုတၳအဆင့္မွာေတာ့ ဖဲခ်ပ္မွာ ေအ ”A” ဆိုတ့စာလံုးေလးကို horizontal type tool နဲ႔ေရးလိုက္ပါ ... Ctrl + T နဲ႔ adjust
လုပ္ပါ ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ text layer ကုိ copy (Ctrl + J ) ကူးပါ ... အဲ့ဒီကူးၿပီးသြားတဲ့ layer ကိုပဲ select လုပ္ၿပီး Edit Menu
ေအာက္က transform ေအာက္က rotate 180 ကိုေရြးလိုက္ပါ ၿပီးရင္ Move tool နဲ႔ေနရာေရြ႕လိုက္ပါ ...




                          ဒီလိုေလးျဖစ္လာပါၿပီ ....




အဲ့လိုျဖစ္လာရင္ အသည္းပံုေလးထည့္ဖို႔ Custom Shape Tool ထဲက အသည္းပံုေလးကိုဆဲြၿပီး Rasterize layer
လုပ္လိုက္ပါ ၿပီးရင္ “A” ေအာက္မွာလည္း အသည္းပံုေလးေတြထည့္ရပါမယ္ .. အသည္းပံုေလးေတြကို Ctrl + T နဲ႔
အဆင္ေျပသလို ညွိပါ .... ဒီလုိေလးရလာမွပါ
ၿပီးရင္ Card အျဖဴေလးလုပ္ထားတဲ့ layer ကို Ctrl+J နဲ႔ duplicate (copy) လုပ္ၿပီး Move tool နဲ႔ ျမင္သာေအာင္ေရႊ႕
လိုက္ပါ ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ေပၚမွာပဲ “A” ကို အနက္ေရာင္ေရးပါ .. ၿပီးရင္ Custom Shape Tool ထဲက ညွင္းပံုေလးဆြဲပါ ၿပီးရင္ A
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အနက္ေရာင္ layer ရယ္ ညွင္းပံုေလးရယ္ ကဒ္အျဖဴ layer တစ္ခရယ္ကို select ေပးၿပီး Ctrl+G နဲ႔ Group ဖြ႕ၿပီးရင္ Ctrl+T
နဲ႔ rotate လုိသလိုလွည့္ပါ .. ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ Group ကို Select ေပးၿပီး Ctrl+Shift+ { ကိုႏွိပ္ၿပီး ေအာက္ကိုေရာက္ေအာင္
လုပ္လိုက္ပါ ... ခုလိုေလးျဖစ္လာပါၿပီ ...




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ေနာက္ထပ္ ဖဲခ်ပ္ေလးေတြအတြက္လည္း အဲ့ဒီနည္းအတိုင္းလုပ္သားမယ္ဆိုရင္ေတာ့ ... သင့္သူငယ္ခ်င္းေတြေခၚၿပီး
ဖဲကစားလို႔ ရပါၿပီ ... အဖမ္းခံရရင္ ကၽြန္ေတာ္မပါဘူးေနာ္ ... :P




ခဲဖ်က္ကေလး

ဒီသင္ခန္းစာေလးလည္း လြယ္ပါတယ္ ခဲဖ်က္ေလးပါ ... နည္းမသိရင္ေတာ့ ခဲဖ်က္နဲ႔တူမွာမဟုတ္ပါဘူး ... ကဲစရေအာင္

ပထမဆံုး file New ေခၚပါမယ္ Size ကေတာ့ 500x500 ပါပဲ Resolution ကေတာ့ 72 ဆိုျဖစ္ပါတယ္ ..RGB Color Mode
ပါပဲ ဒီလို setting ေလးပါ
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ခုပံုစဆြဲပါမယ္ .. Pen tool ကိုအသံုးျပဳၿပီးေတာ့ ခဲဖ်က္ပံုစံ outline ဆြပါမယ္ ၿပီးရင္ Right Click ႏွိပ္ၿပီး Make Selection
ေပါ့ေနာ္ ...             ဲ
               outline ဆြရမွာပ်င္းရင္ေတာ့ ဒီစာေအာက္ကပံုကို select ေပး Right ႏွိပ္ Copy Image လုပ္ၿပီး Photoshop
Window ထဲမွာ Ctrl+V နဲ႔ ကူးယူလို႔ရပါတယ္ ...




                                                     Selection Option မွာ feather ကို 1px ေလာက္ထားပါ




ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ Selcection ကို color fill လုပ္မွာပါ .. ကာလာ code ကေတာ့ “ f2b2c1” ျဖစ္ပါတယ္ .. ကာလာေရြးၿပီရင္
Ctrl+Backspace နဲ႔ fill လုပ္လိုက္ေပါ့ ဒါဆိုဒီလိုျဖစ္လာမွာပါ
ၿပီးရင္ ပံုမွာျပထားတဲ့အတိုင္း Pen Tool နဲ႔ Selection လုပ္ၿပီး Burn Tool နဲ႔ ေအာက္ပါပံုအတိုင္း လုပ္ၾကည့္ပါ Burn Tool
options မွာ Range = midtones , Exposure = 40 ကိုသံုးမွာျဖစ္ပါတယ္ Burn Tool သံုးတဲ့အခါ ေပၚလာတဲ့ Select
လုပ္တဲ့ စက္၀ိုင္းကိုႀကီးႀကီးထားၿပီးလုပ္ပါ ၿပီးသြားရင္ Burn Tool Mode မွာ Range = Highlights , Exposure = 20
ကိုေရြးၿပီးေနာက္ထပ္ တစ္ေခါက္ထပ္လုပ္ပါ ... ေစတနာပိုၿပီးေတာ့ မည္းသည္းေအာင္ေတာ့မခ်ယ္ပစ္ပါနဲ႔ေနာ္ ...
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အဲ့ဒါေတြကေတာ့ ကိုယ့္ရ႕ စိတ္ရွည္မႈမွာပဲမူတည္ပါတယ္ ... ပံုမွာျပထားသေလာက္ေတာ့လွမွာမဟုတ္ပါဘူး .. ကိစၥမရွိပါဘူး
မကၽြမ္းမွမကၽြမ္းေသးတာ ဘယ္လွဦးမလဲေနာ့ ...




                                                   ဒီပံုေလးေလာက္လွရင္ေတာ့ ေတာ္ေတာ္ေတာ္တာပဲ ...

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ၿပီးရင္ ေအာက္ေဖာ္ျပပါ Selection အတိင္း Pen Tool နဲ႔ေကာက္ၿပီး Ctrl+X (ခဲဖ်က္ဆြဲထားတဲ့ layer ေပၚမွာလုပ္ရမွာေနာ္)

ၿပီးရင္ layer အသစ္တစ္ခုေခၚၿပီး Ctrl+V လုပ္ေပါ့




ခုနက Cut လုပ္ခဲ့တဲ့ေနရာကေနေရြ႕ေနမွာပဲ Move Tool နဲ႔ျပင္ပါ
ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ Cut လုပ္ထားတဲ့ layer ေပၚမွာပဲ Right Click ႏွိပ္ Blending Options ထဲ၀င္ၿပီး Color Overlay ကို Check Box
ကို On ၿပီးေတာ့ အခုလုိ setting အတိုင္းလုပ္လိုက္ပါ




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ဒါဆိုရင္ေတာ့ ေအာက္ေဖာ္ျပပါပံုအတိုင္း ခဲဖ်က္ပံုထက္လာပါၿပီ




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ၿပီးရင္ Horizontal Type Tool နဲ႔ ေအာက္ပါအတိုင္း ေရးလိုက္ပါ ၿပီးရင္ Ctrl+T နဲ႔ လိသလိုခ်ိန္ေပါ့ ( Perspective
ပံုစံက်က် ျဖစ္ခ်င္တယ္ဆိုရင္ေတာ့ Text ကို Rasterize Layer လုပ္ၿပီး Edit Menu ထဲက Transform ေအာက္က
Perspective ကိုေရြးၿပီး အႏုစိတ္ျပင္ႏိုင္ပါတယ္ )




ၿပီးရင္ Text Layer ကို Soft Light Properties ျပင္ၿပီး Opacity ကို 22% ထားလိုက္ပါ
         ဒါဆိုရင္ ေနာက္ဆံုးအဆင့္အေနနဲ႔ ခဲဖ်က္ေအာက္မွာ Photoshop ထံုးစံအတိုင္း အရိပ္ေလးထည့္ေတာ့မွာေပါ့ ဒါေၾကာင့္
         layer အသစ္တစ္ခုေခၚပါ ... Pen Tool နဲ႔ အခုလိုမ်ိဳး Select ေကာက္ၿပီး ( feather 6px ျဖစ္ရမည္ ) အရိပ္အေရာင္ေလး
         fill လုပ္လိုက္ပါ ( color code = a6a4a4 ) ၿပီးရင္ အရိပ္ layer ကို ခဲဖ်က္ layer ေအာက္ကို Ctrl+Shift+{ နဲ႔ ပို႔လိုက္ပါဦး




          ( အရိပ္ကမ၀ါးပဲ ထင္ရွားေနေသးရင္ေတာ့ Filter Menu ေအာက္က Blur ေအာက္က Gaussian Blur နဲ႔လုပ္လိုက္ပါ )

       အခုဆိုရင္ final Result အေနနဲ႔ အခုလုိရလာပါၿပီ ... ( Feather မ်ားလွ်င္ fill color လုပ္တဲ့အခါ
၀ါးတားတားေလးလိုခ်င္ေသာေၾကာင့္ျဖစ္သည္။ Rectangular Selection မ်ားတြင္လည္း ေထာင့္မ်ားေကြးခ်င္လွ်င္ Feather




တန္ဖိုးမ်ားထည့္ႏိုင္ပါသည္ ။ )




ေဆးအိတ္ကေလး
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ဒီသူနာျပဳေဆးအိတ္ကေလးက ခဲဖ်က္ဆတ့ဲ နည္းအတိုင္းဆြရတာပါပဲ ... အသစ္မဟုတ္ပါဘူး ... သင္ခန္းစာေတြေက်ညက္ေအာင္လို႔
ပါ ...




                                                             ကဲအခု ခဲဖ်က္သင္ခန္းစာတုန္းကလိုပဲ ေအာက္က setting
အတိုင္း file အသစ္တစ္ခုေခၚလိုက္ပါ .......




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ၿပီးရင္ အခုလိုမ်ိဳး outline ဆြရမွာေပါ့ ..




ၿပီးရင္ Selection လုပ္ရမွာပါ feather ကေတာ့ 2px to 4px ႀကိဳက္သလုိေပးပါ ...
ၿပီးတာနဲ႔ အညိဳေရာင္ကာလာေလးျဖည့္ပါ့မယ္ ... Color Code က 8a8787 ပါ ..... ပံုမွာျပတဲ့အတိုင္း Selection ေကာက္ပါ ..




ၿပီးရင္ Dodge Tool        နဲ႔ ေအာက္ပါပံုေလးအတိုင္းရေအာင္ လိုက္ခ်ယ္ပါ .. ( Dodge Tool က object ေတြ ရဲ႕ အလင္းျပန္
ေနတဲ့ေနရာ ေတြကိုလိုခ်င္တယ္ဆုိရင္သံုးၿပီး ... Burn Tool ကေတာ့ object ရဲ႕ အရိပ္က်ေနတဲ့ေနရာေလးေတြကို ဖန္တီးခ်င္တယ္
ဆိုရင္ အသံုးျပဳတာကို ... ခုေလာက္ဆုိ သေဘာေပါက္လာမွာပါ .... ) ၿပီးရင္ Ctrl+Shift+I ကိုႏွိပ္ၿပီးေတာ့ ... ေသတၱာအေပၚဖက္

အျခမ္းကိုထပ္ၿပီးေတာ့ ခ်ယ္လိုက္ပါဦး ....




ၿပီးရင္ အခု ေဆးအနီေရာင္သုတ္ေတာ့မွာဆိုေတာ့ ... ေဆးအိတ္ layer ကို select ေပးၿပီး Blending Options ထဲ၀င္ၿပီး Color
Overlay လုပ္ရပါမယ္ .. ေအာက္က Setting အတိုင္းလုပ္ရံုပါပဲ ....




ၿပီးရင္ New Layer ေခၚၿပီးေတာ့ ... ေသတၱာရဲ႕ ေအာက္ဖက္အျခမ္းကို ေသတၱာအေပၚအျခမ္းတုန္းက လုပ္တဲ့အတိုင္းလုပ္လိုက္ပါဦး
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ၿပီးရင္ ေသတၱာရဲ႕ ေအာက္နားေနရာေလးဟာ ... အရိပ္က်ရမယ့္ ေနရာေလးျဖစ္တ့အတြက... Burn Tool ကိုအသံုးျပဳၿပီး
ခုလိုလုပ္ပါမယ္




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ဒါဆိုရင္ ေသတၱာရဲ႕ အလယ္မွာ .. ဟေနတဲ့ ပံုစံေလးျဖစ္ေအာင္ လိုင္းေလးတစ္ခုဆရပါမယ္ ... ဒါေၾကာင့္ ပထမဆံုး Brush Tool
ေပၚမွာ Click တစ္ခ်က္ႏွိပ္လိုက္ပါ ... ၿပီးရင္ Brush Options ထဲမွာ Brush Size ကို 3px ထားပါတယ္ ..




ၿပီးရင္ Pen Tool ကိုအသံုးျပဳၿပီး ... ေသတၱာရဲ႕ အဆက္ျဖစ္ရမယ့္ ေနရာမွာ ... Pen Tool နဲ႔ Outline ဆြဲလိုက္ပါ .... အဲ့ဒီ L ပံုစံ
Outline ေလးဆြဲၿပီးတာနဲ႔ ... Right Click ႏွိပ္ၿပီးေတာ့ ... Stoke Path ကိုေရြးလိုက္ပါ ... Box ေပၚလာပါလိမ့္မယ္ Brush ကိုေရြးပါ ...
Simulate Pressure ကို On ပါမယ္ ..
(Simulate Pressure ကို On ထားရင္ လိုင္းရဲ႕ အစအဆံုး အထူအပါးဟာ တူေနပါလိမ့္မယ္ .. အဲ့ဒါကို Off ထားရင္ေတာ့ .. လူက
Brush ကိုင္ၿပီး ခ်ယ္သလိုမ်ိဳး အထူအပါးမညီတာေတြ႔ရပါမယ္ .. ဒီေနရာမွာ .. Pen Tool ကို အသံုးျပဳၿပီး .. Brush နဲ႔ခ်ယ္သလို
ပံုစံလုပ္လို႔ရတယ္ ဆိုတာကို မွတ္ထားေစခ်င္ပါတယ္ .... )




ၿပီးရင္ ေအာက္က Setting အတုိင္း အဲ့ဒီ Brush လုပ္လိုက္တ့ဲ Layer ေပၚမွာ Blending Option ( inner shadow )
ထည့္ရမွာျဖစ္ပါတယ္ ...




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လက္ကိုင္ကိုဆရင္လည္း .. အဲ့ဒီသေဘာတရားေတြပါပဲ .. ပထမဆံုး Pen Tool နဲ႔ Outline ဆြဲမယ္ ... Color ျဖည့္မယ္ ... ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ
layer ေပၚမွာ Dodge Tool ေတြ Burn Tool ေတြသံုးၿပီး လုိအပ္သလိုျပင္မယ္ ... ဒီသေဘာတရားေတြပါပဲ လုပ္ၾကည့္ပါ ....
ဒါေပမယ့္ လက္ကိုင္ထိပ္ေလးကိုဆြဲတဲ့ေနရာမွာေတာ့ layer အသစ္ေခၚပါ... Elipse Selection ေလးလုပ္ၿပီး အနီေရာင္ Color
ျဖည့္ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ layer ကို Multiply လုပ္ပါ ... ဒါဆိုရင္ .........




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ေအာက္က ပံုေလးလုိျဖစ္လာမယ္ .. ၿပီးရင္ layer အသစ္ေနာက္တစ္ခုထပ္ေခၚပါဦး ၾကက္ေျချဖဴေလးဆြရေအာင္လို႔ပါ .. Pen Tool
ဆြဲမယ္ .. အျဖဴေရာင္ Color ျဖည့္မယ္ .. ၿပီးရင္ Drop Shadow ေလးလုပ္လိုက္ .. ဒါဆိုအိုေကပါၿပီ ...




                                                                      ဒါကေတာ့ ေနာက္ဆံုး Result ေပါ့ေနာ္ ....
I Phone ( 4G )

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       ကၽြန္ေတာ္တို႔ဟာ ... သာမာန္ obj ေတြကို ေတာ့photoshop နဲ႔ ဆြႏိုင္ပါၿပီ ... ဒါေပမယ့္ Glass ေတြပါနဲ႔ Obj ေတြကိုေတာ့
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မဆြဲၾကည့္ရေသးပါဘူး ... ဒါေၾကာင့္ I phone 4 ဆြနည္းကို ေရြးခ်ယ္လိုက္တာပါ ...

ပထမဦးဆံုးအေနနဲ႔ 400x600 အရြယ္ရွိတ့ဲ New File တစ္ခုကိုေခၚပါမယ္ ... ၿပီးရင္ Gradient ( Radial Mode ) Tool နဲ႔
Background layer ကိုခ်ယ္ပါမယ္ ... Foreground Color ကို #3d3d3d ထားၿပီးေတာ့ Background Color ကိုေတာ့ #121212
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ထားပါမယ္ .... ေအာက္က ပံုရ႕ Background ပံုစံကိုၾကည့္ပါ .....




ၿပီးရင္ Iphone Shape ေလးဆြဲဖို႔ layer အသစ္တစ္ခု ေခၚၿပီး Round Rectangle Tool ေပၚမွာ Click ခ်လိုက္ပါ ၿပီးတာနဲ႔ ...
အေပၚကOptions မွာ Radius အတြက္ 34px ကိုရိုက္ထည့္ၿပီး ... ခုလိုပံုစံေလးရေအာင္ ဆြဲလိုက္ပါ ... ၿပီးရင္ Blending Options ထဲ

၀င္ၿပီးေတာ့ အဲ့ဒီ I phone Shape ကို Gradient Overlay နဲ႔အေရာင္ျဖည့္ပါမယ္ ... ေအာက္ကပံု Setting အတုိင္းလုပ္သြားရံုပါပဲ ..
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Gradient Overlay ရဲ႕ ပထမ အေရာင္က 0a0a0 ျဖစ္ၿပီးေတာ့ ေနာက္က်န္တ့အေရာင္ကေတာ့ 000000 ျဖစ္ပါတယ္ .... ပံုမွာ
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စက္၀ိုင္း လုပ္ထားတဲ့အတိုင္း Click လုပ္ၿပီးျပင္သားရံုပါပဲ ...




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ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ Blending Options ထဲမွာပဲ ... Stoke ကို Check ေပးၿပီးေတာ့ ပံုထက Setting ေလးအတိုင္း ထ ့လိုက္ပါ ...
ဒါဆိုရင္ေစာေစာက ပံုအတိုင္း ရလာပါၿပီ ... အဲ့ဒီ layer ေပၚမွာ Right Click ႏွိပ္ၿပီး Rasterize Layer လုပ္လိုက္ပါ .....




                                               ၿပီးသြားရင္ ေအာက္ကပံုေလးကို Select ေပး Copy ကူးၿပီး photoshop Window ထဲ
paste ( Ctrl+V ) လိုက္ပါ ... သူက I Phone ရဲ႕ အတြင္းပိုင္းေလးျဖစ္ပါတယ္ ....




                              အဲ့ဒီ အတြင္းပိုင္းေလးကို Ctrl+T ႏွိပ္ၿပီး .. Size ကိုခ်ိန္ပါ ... ဒါဆိုခုလိုျဖစ္လာပါၿပီ ...
ၿပီးရင္ Eclipse Tool ကိုသံုးၿပီး ေအာက္မွာျပတဲ့အတိုင္းခလုတ္ေလးတစ္ခုဖန္တီးမယ္ ...




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ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ ခလုတlayer ေလးကို Blending Options ( Gradient Overlay ) လုပ္မယ္ ... ေအာက္က Setting အတိုင္းေပါ့ angle
ကေတာ့ 180 ထားပါမယ္ ......




ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ Blending Options ထဲမွာပဲ Satin ဆိုတာကို On ၿပီးေတာ့ ... ေအာက္က Setting အတိုင္းေလးသြားမယ္ ...




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ခလုပ္ေလးဆြဲၿပီးရင္အဲ့ေပၚမွာ .. အျဖဴေရာင္ Rounded Rectangle ေလးဆြပါမယ္ .. Radius 5px ထားပါ ... ဒီလိုေလး ...
                       အဲ့လိုလုပ္ၿပီးရင္ ... Rectangular Marquee Tool ကိုသံုးၿပီး .. ေအာက္က ပံုအတိုင္း ... Select ေပးၿပီး ..
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အဲ့ဒီ အျဖဴေရာင္ ေဘာင္ေလး ေတြကို ၾကိဳက္တ့နည္းနဲ႔ဖ်က္ပါ ...


ၿပီးရင္ Phone မွာ Speaker အေပါက္ေလးထည့္ဖို႔ ... Rounded Ractangle Tool နဲ႔ဆဲြလိုက္ ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ layer ရဲ႕ Blending
Options (Gradient Overlay & Stoke ) Setting အတြက္ေအာက္မွာပံုန႔ဲ ျပထားတယ္ေနာ္ ...




Blending Options
Gradient Overlay




Stroke




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အဲ့ဒါေတြၿပီးရင္ ေအာက္ကပံုအတိုင္း (ေသခ်ာၾကည့္ပါ ) လိုင္းေသးေသးေလးေတြေတြ႔လား .. ကိုယ့္နည္းကိုယ့္ဟန္နဲ႔ပဆြဲလိုက္ပါ ...
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ၿပီးရင္ ဖုန္းစပီကာေဘးမွာ ..စက္၀ို္င္းေသးေသးေလးတစ္ခုဆလိုက္ပါ ... ၿပီးရင္ ..




အဲ့ဒီစက္၀ိုင္းေလးကို ဒီပံုစံအတိုင္းရေအာင္ခ်ယ္လိုက္ပါ .....




ေဘးနားမွာ .. ခလုတ္ေလးေတြဆြဲမွာျဖစ္ပါတယ္ . ဒါေၾကာင့္ Rounded Rectangle Tool ကိုသံုးၿပီး ခလုတ္ေလးကိုဆြဲပါမယ္ .. ၿပီးရင္
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Blending Options ထည့္ပါမယ္ ... Gradient Overlay ပထမဆံုးထည့္ပါမယ .. ဒီအတုိင္းပါ ...




ၿပီးရင္ Inner Shadow ထည့္ပါမယ္ .. ၿပီးရင္ ေအာက္ကပံုေလးအတိုင္းရလာပါၿပီ ...




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ၿပီးရင္ ေနာက္က်န္တဲ့ခလုတ္ႏွစ္ခုကို လည္းထိုနည္းအတိုင္းပဲလုပ္သားမွာပါ ... ခလုပ္ေတြက ဘယ္ေနရာမွာလဲဆိုတာကို သူငယ္ခ်င္း
တို႔ျမင္ရမွာမဟုတ္ဘူး .. အဲ့ဒါေၾကာင့္ ဒီစာမ်က္ႏွာေအာက္ကိုနည္းနည္းေက်ာ္ၾကည့္ရင္ေတာ့ ေတြ႔မွာပါ .. သင္ခန္းစာရဲ႕ မူရင္းေတြက
လည္း အဲ့ဒီလိုမ်ိဳးျဖစ္ေနတာမို႔ ပါ .............




                 ၿပီးရင္ layer အသစ္ေခၚ Pen Tool ( path mode ) ကိုသံုးၿပီးေတာ့ ... ေအာက္ကပံုစံ Selection ရေအာင္လုပ္
လုိက္ပါ ... ၿပီးရင္ အျဖဴေရာင္ fill ထည့္ လိုက္ပါဦး .... ၿပီးေတာ့ အဲ့ဒီ layer ကို opacity 30% ေလာက္ပဲထားလိုက္ပါ ဒါမွတူမွာေပါ့
ဒါေပမယ့္ အျဖဴေရာင္ေတြက လိုတာထက္ပိုေနတာေပါ့ .. ဒါေၾကာင့္ အဲ့ဒီ layer ေပၚမွာပဲ select ေပး Right Click ၿပီးေတာ့ .. Create
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Clipping Mask လုပ္လိုက္ပါ .. ဒါဆိုရင္ေတာ့ .. ၿပီးပါၿပီ ... ေအာက္မွာရွိတ့ပံုကေတာ့ .. ဒီ Tutorial ရဲ႕ Final Result ပါ ....




Final Result
                                                        ဒီသင္ခန္းစာမွာ .. တစ္ခ်ိဳ႕တစ္ေလမ်ား အဆင့္ေတြေက်ာ္သြားခဲ့ရင္ ..
တူေအာင္ ကိုယ့္ဖာသာပဲ ဖန္တီးလိုက္ၾကပါ .. မူရင္းသင္ခန္းစာက ပိုေတာင္မွ အဆင့္ေက်ာ္ပါေသးတယ္ ... ကၽြန္ေတာ္လည္း ..
ရႏိုင္သေလာက္ ထပ္ျဖည့္ေပးထားပါတယ္ ... အဆင္ေျပမယ္လို႔ေမွ်ာ္လင့္ပါတယ္ ...




လက္ထပ္လက္စြပ္ကေလး


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ဒီသင္ခန္းစာေလးကေတာ့ ... သတၳဳေတြကိုဆတတ္ေစခ်င္လို႔ထည့္ထားတာပါ ... ကဲပထမဆံုး ... File New ေခၚပါမယ္ .. Size
         pixels
ကေတာ့ 550pixels x 400pixels ျဖစ္ၿပီး 72 Resolution နဲ႔ RGB Mode ပါ

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အခုလက္စြပ္ပံုေဖာ္ဖို႔ Elliptical Marquee Tool ကိုသံုးၿပီးေတာ့ ... Color ( #bbbdb2 ) နဲ႔ color fill လုပ္ပါမယ္ ..... ( Marquee
Selection က ဒီတိုင္းဆို တည့္ေနေတာ့ ေစာင္းသြားေအာင္ Selection ... active ျဖစ္ေနတဲ့အခ်ိန္မွာ ... Ctrl+T နဲ႔ေစာင္းလိုက္ပါ ..
Background Layer ေပၚမွာပဲ .. Selection ကိုဖန္တီးပါ ... Selection မွန္ၿပီဆိုမွ .. layer အသစ္ေခၚၿပီး ... Color Fill ပါ .......... )




အဲ့ဒီ layer ေပၚမွာပဲ .. ေနာက္ထပ္ Elliptical Marquee Tool နဲ႔ ေအာက္ကပံုအတိုင္း Select ေပးၿပီးေတာ့ ... Delete Key
ကိုႏွိပ္လိုက္ပါ ....
ဒါဆိုပံုနည္းနည္းေပၚလာပါၿပီ ... ေနာက္ထပ္ Elliptical Marquee Tool နဲ႔ Select ထပ္ေပးပါဦး ... Select ေပးထားတဲ့အခ်ိန္မွာပဲ
..Select Menu ေအာက္က Modify ေအာက္က Feather Selection မွာ 2pixels ထည့္ၿပီး OK ကိုေရြးလိုက္ပါ ..............




ေရြးၿပီးတာနဲ႔ Burn Tool     ကို အသံုးျပဳၿပီးေတာ့ ... အဲ့ဒီ Selection ေနရာေလးကို အရိပ္က်တဲ့ပံုစံေလးျဖစ္ေအာင္လုပ္လိုက္ပါ ....

ေအာက္ကပံုအတိုင္းေလးေပါ့ .....




ၿပီးေတာ့ .. Dodge Tool                 ြ
                            နဲ႔ ကြက္တိကက္က်ားေလးလင္းေအာင္လို႔ .. ဖန္တီးပါ ... ၿပီးရင္ Ctrl+Shift+I နဲ႔ Selection ကို
Inverse လုပ္ၿပီး Dodge Tool နဲ႔ လင္းလာေအာင္ဖန္တီးပါဦး ...ေအာက္မွာလည္းျပထားပါတယ္ ........
အခု F5 ကိုႏွိပ္ၿပီးေတာ့ ... ေအာက္မွာျပထားတဲ့အတိုင္း Brush Presets ကိုျပင္ပါမယ္ ... လက္စြပ္မွာ ... အစင္းေလးေတြထည့္ဖို႔ပါ ..




Brush Preset ၿပီးသြားတာနဲ႔ .. Foreground Color ကို အနက္ေရာင္ထားၿပီး ... layer အသစ္တစ္ခုေခၚၿပီး Pen Tool နဲ႔
ေအာက္ကပံုအတုိင္းေလးဆြဲလိုက္ပါ .. ၿပီးရင္ Right Click ႏွိပ္ၿပီး ... Stroke Path ကိုေရြးလိုက္ပါ .... Simulate Pressure ကိုလည္း
( Check ) လုပ္ပါမယ္ .....
ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ layer ကို Ctrl+J နဲ႔ Duplicate လုပ္ၿပီး Move Tool နဲ႔ ေရႊ႕လုိက္ပါ .....




အဲ့ဒီအမဲစင္းေလးေတြေပၚမွာ .. အျဖဴစင္းေလးေတြထပ္ထည့္ပါမယ္ .. ဒါေၾကာင့္ Foreground Color ကို အျဖဴထားလိုက္ပါ .. ၿပီးရင္
Pen Tool နဲ႔ outline ေပး Stroke Path ထပ္လုပ္ပါဦးမယ္ ... ၿပီးရင္ Ctrl+T နဲ႔ Size ကို အဆင္ေျပသလိုျပင္ပါ ... OK ၿပီဆို
အဲ့ဒီအျဖဴစင္းေလးကိုလည္း ေနာက္တစ္ခုရေအာင္ Ctrl+J နဲ႔ Duplicate လုပ္လုိက္ပါဦး ... ဒါဆိုခုလိုျဖစ္လာပါၿပီ ....




အဲ့ဒီ အစင္းလုပ္ထားတဲ့ layer ေလးခုကို Ctrl ကိုဖိ Click နဲ႔ Select ေပးၿပီး Merge Layers လုပ္လိုက္ပါ ... ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ Merge
လုပ္လိုက္တဲ့ layer ကို opacity 17% ပဲထားပါမယ္ ....
ေနာက္ထပ္ layer အသစ္တစ္ခုထပ္ေခၚၿပီးေတာ့ .. Pen Tool နဲ႔ outline ေပးၿပီး ... Right Click ႏွိပ္ၿပီး .. Make Selection လုပ္ၿပီး
Color ( cccec3 ) နဲ႔ Color Fill လုပ္ပါ ... ကာလာျဖည့္ၿပီးတာနဲ႔ Deselect မလုပ္ပါနဲ႔ဦး ... ( လုပ္မိရင္လည္း Ctrl+Shift+D နဲ႔
ျပန္ေခၚပါ ) ကာလာျဖည့္ၿပီးေတာ့ .. Select Menu ေအာက္က Modify ေအာက္က Contract Selection ကို 1px ထားၿပီး OK .




ၿပီးရင္ Dodge နဲ႔ အဲ့ဒီ Selection မွာပဲ ... လင္းလာေအာင္ျပင္ပါ ...




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Dodge Tool နဲ႔လုပ္ၿပီးတဲ့အခါ ... Burn Tool နဲ႔ လင္းေအာင္မလုပ္ခ့တ့ေနရာ ေတြကို Burn Tool နဲ႔ ပိုေမွာင္ေအာင္လုပ္လိုက္ပါ ...




လက္စြပ္ထိပ္မွာ စိန္ဖူးေလးလုပ္ဖ႔ုိ Pen tool ဒါမွမဟုတ္ .. Circular Selection ေလးေပးၿပီးေတာ့ ... ကာလာ #999a94 ျဖည့္လိုက္
ပါ ....




ၿပီးရင္ Burn Tool ေလးနဲ႔ ေအာက္က Properties ေလးအတိုင္း ျပင္လိုက္ပါ ....
ၿပီးရင္ ေအာက္ကပံုစံေလးရေအာင္လုိ႔ Burn Tool ေလးနဲ႔နည္းနည္း ညွိလိုက္ပါဦး




ေနာက္ထပ္တစ္ခါ Dodge Tool ကိုယူၿပီးေတာ့ ေအာက္က Setting ေလးအတိုင္းျပင္လိုက္ပါဦး ....




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ၿပင္ၿပီးသြားတဲ့ Setting ေလးနဲ႔ ေအာက္ကလိုမ်ိဳး လက္စပ္ရ႕ စိန္ေနရာေလးကို လင္းသြားေအာင္ျပဳျပင္ေပးလိုက္ပါ ....




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ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ စိနlayer ေလးကို ေကာ္ပီကူးၿပီးပြားလိုက္ရင္ ခုလိုမ်ိဳးရုပ္လံုးေတာ္ေတာ္ထြက္လာပါၿပီ




ဒါေပမယ့္ ပုလဲလံုးေလးထည့္ဖို႔က်န္ပါေသးတယ္ .. ခုနကတိုင္းပဲ Elliptical Marquee နဲ႔ select ေပးၿပီး color ( #d9d8c4 )ျဖည့္လိုက္
ပါဦး
ၿပီးရင္ Dodge Tool     နဲ႔ အလယ္ေနရာေလးကို လင္းသြားေအာင္လုပ္လိုက္ပါ.




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ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ Selection ကို မျဖဳတ္ပဲန႕ Select Menu > Modify > feather မွာ Selection by 2px ထားၿပီး Selection ကို
ေသးေစလိုက္ ပါ.




ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ေနရာေလးကို ကာလာ #c3beab ျဖည့္လိုက္ပါဦး ...




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ျဖည့္ၿပီးတာနဲ႔ Dodge Tool ကို Select ေပးၿပီး သူ႔ရ႕ Brush ပံုစံကို ေအာက္က Setting အတိုင္းေလးလုပ္လုိက္ပါ
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ဒါဆိုရင္ေတာ့ ေနာက္ဆံုးမွာ ...ခ်စ္စရာေကာင္းတဲ့ လက္စပ္လွလွေလးရလာပါၿပီဗ်ာ ....




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ကၽြန္ေတာ္လည္းခုခ်ိန္မွာ ေတာ္ေတာ္ေလးဘာသာျပန္ရတာ စိတ္ကုန္လာပါၿပီ ... ဘာလို႔လဆိုေတာ့ သင္ခန္းစာအားလံုးနီးပါးက
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Dodge နဲ႔ Burn Tool ကုိသံုးၿပီး ဖန္တီးေနေတာ့ ... ဒါေတြပထပ္ထပ္ေျပာေနရလို႔ပါ ... ဒါေၾကာင့္ဘာသာမျပန္ေတာ့ဘူး .. ပံုၾကည့္ၿပီး
လုပ္ရတာပဲဗ်ာ .. လုပ္ၾကည့္လိုက္ပါေနာ္ .... ဟဲဟဲ ...




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ဒိန္ခေလးလုပ္မယ္ ...




[3] In Make Selection ‘feather radius’ should 0 pixels,Tick on New Selection & then ok
& fill the selection with #f2ae0b your image should look like as shown below.
[4] Take the "Dodge Tool"       & then Highlight following parts.




[5] Now create the following selection with Elliptical Marquee Tool,
then go to Select>Modify>Feather Selection by 1px.




[6] Take the "Burn Tool"      & then create the following Shading.
Do not "D" select.




[7] With the "Dodge Tool" & then Highlight following parts.




[8] Now like this create the following Shading as created in the previous step.
With the help of Dodge Tool and Burn Tool.
[9] Now create the following selection with the helo of Rounded Rectangle Shape Tool,
then go to Select>Modify>Feather Selection by 4px.




[10] With the "Dodge Tool" then Highlight following parts.




[11] Take the Eraser Tool      now erase some part with the help of Eraser Tool.




[12] Take the Brush Tool apply the following settings.
[13] Now create a new layer make sure your foreground is set to white,
and now play with your brush tool.




[14] Create a new layer [this layer should above background layer] and then create
the following selection with the help of Elliptical Marquee Tool.




[15] Fill the selection with #ccbc9a.




[16] Now like this create the other with above techniques.
[15] Thanks for read this Photoshop Tutorial.I hope you have enjoyed & learn some
Photoshop Techniques & the Final Image should look like as shown below.




Steel Sink ( Metal Concepts )
Metal ေတြကို မဆြဲၾကည့္ရေသးဘူး ..ဒါေၾကာင့္ခု စတီးလ္ sink ေလးကို သင္ခန္းစာအျဖစ္တင္ေပးလိုက္ပါတယ္ .. ပထမဆံုး Pen
Tool နဲ႔ ခုလို Selection ေကာက္လုိက္ပါ




[3] Then select “Dodge Tool”       now move the selection with Up arrow key
then press Cntl+Shift+I. & Highlight the following parts after that press
Cntl+Shift+I again now Highlight the inside parts as shown below.
Do not “D” select.
[4] Now select “Burn Tool”       press Cntl+Shift+I. Shading the following parts
with the help of Burn Tool now press Cntl+Shift+I again Shading the inside parts
as shown below now “D” select.




[5] Then select “Dodge Tool”        cntl+click the shape to get the selection
move the select with Down Arrow key press Cntl+Shift+I. Highlight the following parts.




[6] Create the following selection with the help of “Pen Tool”




[7] Then select “Dodge Tool”        Highlight the some parts with the
help of Dodge Tool like as shown below.




[8] Take the “Burn Tool” set the properties like me.
[9] Create the following patch with the help of Burn Tool.
Do not “D” select.




[10] Then select “Dodge Tool”         Highlight the some parts with the
help of Dodge Tool like as shown below.




[11] Take the “Burn Tool”        Shading the following parts
with the help of Burn Tool.




[12] Now create a new shape with the help of Elliptical Marquee Tool.
open a new layer fill the selection with #acacac.




[13] Take the “Eraser Tool”        & erase the some parts.
[14] Then select “Dodge Tool”        Highlight the some parts with the
help of Dodge Tool like as shown below.




[15] Take the “Burn Tool”       Shading the following parts
with the help of Burn Tool.




[16] Duplicate that layer press cntl+T to minimize your shape then press
cntl+click the shape to get the selection now fill the selection with #616161.




[17] Then select “Dodge Tool”        Highlight the some parts with the
help of Dodge Tool like as shown below. Do not “D”select.




[18] Now move the selection with Down Arrow key now press Cntl+Shift+I.
Highlight the some parts with the
help of Dodge Tool like as shown below.




[19] Take the Brush Tool press F5 set the properties like me.
[20] Open a new layer. Create a shape with the help of Ellipse Shape Tool now right click
select Stoke Path then select Brush click ok.




[21] Your image something like this.




[22] Take the “Eraser Tool”        & erase the some parts.




[23] Now set the Opacity 47%.




[24] Thanks for read this Photoshop Tutorial. I hope this is a good tutorial & you can use
these Photoshop Techniques & the Final Image should look like as shown below.




ဦးထုတ္ကေလးဆြဲရေအာင္

[1]-First of all open New Document of Custom size, Height & Width 500×500 pixels, Resolution 72 & Mode RGB Color.
[2]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & press right click > make selection.




[3]-Now fill the #’babbc0′ color in selection area.




[4]-Now select the ‘Dodge Tool’       & Highlight the some parts.




[5]-Now go to Blending Options,& use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Blending Options feature.
[6]-Now create shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & press right click > make selection & fill with #’b6b6b6′ color
then highlight the some parts with the help of Dodge Tool.




[7]-Now go to Blending Options,& use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Blending Options feature.
[8]-Now create shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & press right click > make selection & fill with #’57565b’ color.




[9]-Now go to Blending Options,& use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Blending Options feature.




[10]-Take the ‘Brush Tool’     now press F5 & set the properties like me.




[11]-Now create the following shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ with color # ‘c7c7c7′ right click select "Stroke Path"
& use the following setting of stroke path.
[13]-Similarly create the other shapes with the help of Stroke Path like as shown below.




[14]-Now create these shapes with the help of Stroke Path.




[15]-Now create shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & press right click > make selection & fill with #’7d7d7d’ color
then highlight the some parts with the help of Dodge Tool.




[16]-Now create the shape with the help of Stroke Path.




[17]-Now create shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & press right click > make selection & fill with #’890505′ color
then highlight the some parts with the help of Dodge Tool.
[18]-Similarly create the other shape.




[19]-Now create shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & press right click > make selection & fill with #’034307′ color.




[20]-Now go to Blending Options,& use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Blending Options feature.




[21]-Now create shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & press right click > make selection & fill with #’abb70a’ color.
[22]-Now your ‘Final’ image should look like as shown below.




ဦးထုတ္ကေတာ့စံုသလားမေမးနဲ႔ ... ခုေနာက္တစ္မ်ိဳးပဲ ...


SPORT CAP ေလးပါ

[1]-First of all Open New Document of Custom Size,Height & Width 500xx500 pxl,Resolution 72 & Mode RGB Color




[2]-Now Open New Layer create the following shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ right click select ‘Make Selection’




[3]-In Make Selection ‘Feather Radius’ should 0 pxl,Tick on New Selection & then ok & your image should look like as shown below
[4]-Now fill the selection with ‘2e2a29′ color & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[5]-Now select ‘Burn Tool’                           & create the following shading with inverse selection Ctrl+Shift+I




[6]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[7]-Now fill the selection with same color & create the following shading with the help of ‘Burn Tool’ & after that create the following
selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’
[8]-Now Open New Layer & then fill te selection with ‘3396f9′ color & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ &

then select ‘Dodge Tool’                            & Highlight the some
parts & after that create the some shading with the help of ‘Burn Tool’ with inverse selection Ctrl+Shift+I




[9]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[10]-Now fill the selection with ‘dadbdc’ color & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[11]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with ‘3396f9′ color & then create the some shading with the help of ‘Burn & Dodge
Tool’ & after that create the following selection
with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[12]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with ‘dadbdc’ color & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’
[13]-Now Open New Layer [this layer should below previous layer] & then fill the selection with ‘000000′ color




[14]-Now select Brush Tool & then press F5 & use the following brush & settings




[15]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following shape with the help ‘Pen Tool’ right click select ‘Stroke Path’
[16]-In Stroke Path select ‘Brush’ & then ok




[17]-Like this create the others
See below for the Final Photoshop Output.I hope this is a good tutorial & you can use these Photoshop Techniques in your Graphics
Design Project




ဦးထုတ္ရွိေပမယ့္ မိုးရြာရင္ထီးပါမွ ... ဒီေတာ့ ထီးေလးလည္းဖန္တီးရဦးမယ္ေလ .. ေအာက္မွ ေလ့က်င့္ၾကည့္လိုက္ပါဦး ...


ထီး
[1]-First of all Open New Document of Custom Size,Height & Width 500xx500 pxl,Resolution 72 & Mode RGB Color




[2]-Now Open New Layer create the following shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ right click select ‘Make Selection’
[3]-In Make Selection ‘Feather Radius’ should 0 pxl,Tick on New Selection & then ok & your image should look like as shown below




[4]-Now fill the selection with ‘114d8c’ color & then select ‘Burn Tool’    & create the following shading




[5]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[6]-Now fill the selection with ‘e8f0f0′ color & create the some shading with the help of ‘Burn Tool’
[7]-Now Open New Layer [this layer should below all layers] & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[8]-Now fill the selection with ‘db070b’ color & create the some shading with the help of ‘Burn Tool’ & after that create the following
selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[9]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with ‘e8f0f0′ color & create the some shading with the help of ‘Burn Tool’ & create
the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’
[10]-Now Open New Layer [this layer should below all layers] & then fill the selection with ‘f01c1c’ color & create the some shading
with the help of ‘Burn Tool’ & after that create the following
selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[11]-Now fill the selection with ‘114d8c’ color & create the some shading after that create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen
Tool’




[12]-Now Open New Layer [this layer should below all layers] & then fill the selection with ‘e8f0f0′ color & create the some shading
with the help of ‘Burn Tool’ & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[13]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with ‘763524′ color & then set the 3 pxl Dodge Tool & create & create the following
shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ right click select ‘Stroke Path’
[14]-In Stroke Path select ‘Dodge’ & then ok & after that create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[15]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with ‘455a5a’ color & then create the some shading with the help of ‘Burn & Dodge
Tool’ & create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[16]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with same color & create the some shading with the help of ‘Burn & Dodge Tool’ &
then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[17]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with same color & create the some shading with the help of ‘Burn & Dodge Tool’
See below for the Final Photoshop Output.I hope this is a good tutorial & you can use these Photoshop Techniques in your Graphic
Design Project
ထီးၿပီးေတာ့ လာျပန္ၿပီ .. ဖိနပ္ ဟီးဟီး

[1]-First of all Open New Document of Custom Size,Height & Width 500xx500 pxl,Resolution 72 & Mode RGB Color




[2]-Now Open New Layer create the following shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ right click select ‘Make Selection’




[3]-In Make Selection ‘Feather Radius’ should 0 pxl,Tick on New Selection & then ok & your image should look like as shown below
[4]-Now fill the selection with ‘6d6e6e’ color & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & after that select ‘Burn

Tool’                          & create the following shading
with inver selection Ctrl+Shift+I




[5]-Now create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & create the following shading with the help of ‘Burn Tool’




[6]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[7]-Now fill the selection with same color & create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & after that create the following
shading with the help of ‘Burn & Dodge Tool’ with inverse selection




[8]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’
[9]-Now fill the selection with same color & create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & after that create the following
shading with the help of ‘Burn & Dodge Tool’ with inverse selection




[10]-Now Open New Layer [this layer should below all layers] & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[11]-Now fill the selection with same color & create the some shading with the help of ‘Burn Tool’ & after that create the following
selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[12]-Now Open New Layer [this layer should below all layers] & fill the selection with same color & then create the following selection
with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & after that create the some shading
with the help of ‘Burn & Dodge Tool’




[13]-Now select ‘Brush Tool’ & then press F5 & use the following Brush & Settings
[14]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ right click select ‘Stroke Path’




[15]-In Stroke Path select ‘Brush’ & then ok & erase the some parts with the help of ‘Erase Tool’ press ‘E"
See below for the Final Photoshop Output.I hope this is a good tutorial & you can use these Photoshop Techniques in your Graphic
Design Project
Rapper Shoes




Part1: Getting Started
Click here to copy the original image of the Nike Shoes. Copy(right Click Copy) and paste(Ctrl+V) the image into photoshop.

With the image in photoshop, we can not setup photoshop and start tracing the shoe image. Click on the Brush tool and set the setting
as shown below. Make sure the foreground color is Black, this will be the outline color.




Now click on the pen tool with the settings below.




Click on the Zoom Tool(Z) and zoom into the image as shown below.




Now using the Pen Tool start tracing the shoe image. I started with the bottom of the shoe first. Zoom in as close as you can to trace it
as perfect as you can. Once you have the outline Right click on the line using the Pen tool and you will see the option below.
Remember to using different layers for each part. So incase you make a mistake it can be fix easily.




Click on Stroke Path, and select the Brush as shown below.
Hit ok, and this will apply color to the trace. Below you will see what i traced. You can hide the Shoe to view the vector lines better.




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Click on the Brush tool, In the task bar you will see the brush Palette Icon      click on it, and it will open the window below. Set the
setting according to the image.




With that you will be able to create dotted lines. Click on the Pen tool and trace the stitches in the shoes as shown below.
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The Black dots are, black circles i created using the custom shape tool. Click on the Brush change the setting as shown below.




Using this setting draw the inner outline of the show to get the effect below.




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                              Click to enlarge ( I traced the bottom of the shoes, using the brush at 3 pixel)

Click on the brush and change the setting to the image below




Using this setting trace the bottom, and create the shoe color.




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Using the same setting for the Brush, we can now trace the Shoe lease.




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Change the brush to 3 pixel




Now we can draw the shoe sole stitching
Finished:




T- Shirt
[1]-First of all open New Document of Custom size, Height & Width 500×400 pixels, Resolution 72 & Mode RGB Color.




[2]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & press right click > make selection.




[3]-Now fill the #’191919′ color in selection area.
[4]-Now select the ‘Burn Tool’     & create the following shading.




[5]-Now select the ‘Brush Tool’      & use the following setting.




[6]-Now create the following shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ right click select “Stroke Path” &
use the following settings of stroke path.
[7]-Again create the following shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ right click select “Stroke Path” &
use the following settings of stroke path.
[8]-Take the ‘Brush Tool’ now press F5 & set the properties like me.




[9]-Now create the following shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ right click select “Stroke Path” &
use the following settings of stroke path.
[10]-Now create the selection & fill with any color then go to Blending Options,& use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Blending Options feature.
[11]-Take the ‘Brush Tool’ now press F5 & set the properties like me.
[12]-Now create the following shape with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ right click select “Stroke Path” &
use the following settings of stroke path.




[13]-Now see below for Final Photoshop Output.I hope this is a good tutorial & U can use these
Photoshop Techniques in your Graphics Design project.
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1. Take new file of the following size:




2. Run the command, Layer >> Layer Style >> Gradient Overlay and give the following settings:
you will get this result




3. Create new layer and by using Rectangle Marquee Selection tool, make boxes like this and fill these boxes with any color, I’ve placed
#6192bd and #e74141 colors):




4. Press Ctrl+T and right click anywhere and select Skew. While using right middle node push it down to make the following shape
and then press <Enter> key.
5. Create new layer and pick Gradient Tool and make the following gradient:




6. Press Ctrl+A and fill the layer like below:
7. Select previous layer on which you made color strip and press Ctrl+J to copy it. Press Ctrl+T and then right click on it and select Flip
Horizontal. Then select Move Tool and press Ctrl+A then select Right Aligned from the top property panel.




8. Now create new layer and then pick Rectangular Marquee tool and draw the rectangle like the following and fill it with any color:
9. Press Ctrl+T and then right click on it then select Perspective and move top right corner towards the center point to make shape like
this:




10. Now run the command Layer >> Layer Style >> Inner shadow and give the following settings:
Don’t hit ok, just select Gradient Overlay and make the following gradient:




Again don’t hit Ok, click on Drop Shadow and give the following settings:




After hitting OK, you will get this:
11. Select Right strip and press Ctrl+J to copy it, then press Ctrl+T and rotate it 90 degree and move it towards the bottom center:




12. Select Bottom folded, which you just make press Ctrl+J to copy it and then press Ctrl+T and right click on it and select Flip Vertical.
and move it on top:




13. Run the command Layer >> Layer Style >> Inner Shadow and change the setting like this:
This result will come:




14. Run the commnad Layer >> Layer Style >> Stroke and give the following settings:




15. Repeat this style for bottom Folder too.
16. Select top Folder and then run the command Layer >> Layer Style >> Drop shadow and give the following settings:




you will get this result:




here is the final result:
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[2]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ right click select ‘Make Selection’




[3]-In Make Selection ‘Feather Radius’ should 0 pxl,Tick on New Selection & then ok & your image should look like as shown below
[4]-Now fill the selection with any color & then go to Blending Options select Gradient Overlay & use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Gradient Overlay features




[5]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[6]-Now fill the selection with any color & then go to Blending Options select Gradient Overlay & use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Gradient Overlay features




[7]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’
[8]-Now fill the selection with ‘33415b’ color & after that create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[9]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with any color & then go to Blending Options select Gradient Overlay & use the
following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Gradient Overlay features




[10]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’
[11]-Now fill the selection with any color & then go to Blending Options select Gradient Overlay & use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Gradient Overlay features




[12]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[13]-Now fill the selection with ‘637491′ color & then select ‘Burn Tool’    & create the some shading & after that Open New Layer &
create the following selection
with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[14]-Now fill the selection with ‘b8c3d5′ color & create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & create the some shading
with the help of ‘Burn Tool’




[15]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’
[16]-Now fill the selection with ‘33415b’ color & create the some shading with the help of ‘Burn Tool’ & after that create the following
selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[17]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with ‘6a3700′ color & then go to Blending Options select Inner Shadow & use the
following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Inner Shadow features




[18]-Now Open New Layer [this layer should below all layers] & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[19]-Now fill the selection with any color & then go to Blending Options select Gradient Overlay & use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Gradient Overlay features
[20]-Now your image should look like as shown below




[21]-Now like this create the others & after that Open New Layer & create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & fill with
‘e9edf4′ color




[22]-Now select Background Layer & fill with Gradient Tool
See below for the Final Photoshop Output.I hope this is a good tutorial & you can use these Photoshop Techniques in your Graphics
Design Project
[2]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ right click select ‘Make Selection’




[3]-In Make Selection ‘Feather Radius’ should 0 pxl,Tick on New Selection & then ok & your image should look like as shown below
[4]-Now fill the selection with any color & then go to Blending Options select Gradient Overlay & use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Gradient Overlay features




[5]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[6]-Now fill the selection with any color & then go to Blending Options select Gradient Overlay & use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Gradient Overlay features




[7]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’
[8]-Now fill the selection with ‘33415b’ color & after that create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[9]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with any color & then go to Blending Options select Gradient Overlay & use the
following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Gradient Overlay features




[10]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’
[11]-Now fill the selection with any color & then go to Blending Options select Gradient Overlay & use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Gradient Overlay features




[12]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[13]-Now fill the selection with ‘637491′ color & then select ‘Burn Tool’    & create the some shading & after that Open New Layer &
create the following selection
with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[14]-Now fill the selection with ‘b8c3d5′ color & create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & create the some shading
with the help of ‘Burn Tool’




[15]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’
[16]-Now fill the selection with ‘33415b’ color & create the some shading with the help of ‘Burn Tool’ & after that create the following
selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[17]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with ‘6a3700′ color & then go to Blending Options select Inner Shadow & use the
following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Inner Shadow features




[18]-Now Open New Layer [this layer should below all layers] & then create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’




[19]-Now fill the selection with any color & then go to Blending Options select Gradient Overlay & use the following settings
Photoshop Technique-How to use the Gradient Overlay features
[20]-Now your image should look like as shown below




[21]-Now like this create the others & after that Open New Layer & create the following selection with the help of ‘Pen Tool’ & fill with
‘e9edf4′ color




[22]-Now select Background Layer & fill with Gradient Tool
See below for the Final Photoshop Output.I hope this is a good tutorial & you can use these Photoshop Techniques in your Graphics
Design Project
Apple ICon
                                      File>New)                          dpi.
Start working by creating a new file (File>New with 1280×1024 px and 300 dpi
                                      File>New


Next we’ll select the Rectangle Tool (U) to create the background of the picture we want finally to get.




Apply the next demonstrated parameters by making a mouse click on the processed layer on the layers’ palette. Blending
Options>Gradient Overlay




Gradient’s parameters:
Select now the Ellipse Tool (U) to draw the silhouette of an apple (the logotype of the Apple Computer Company). Using the Add
              Tool,
Anchior Point Tool we may insert several tops on the made circle and then the Convert Point Tool may help us to move the made
elements to the central part of the apple. Press Alt button while using the Ellipse Tool (U) to cut out a part of the apple, from its right
side, the same way shown below:




The layer’s parameters: Fill 0%
Blending Options>Inner Shadow
Blending Options>Inner Glow




Blending Options>Gradient Overlay
Blending Options>Stroke




                                                                                                                       Tool
Choose next step the Pen Tool (P) to draw a leaf on the apple’s top, which shape may be changed with the Convert Point Tool.




The layer’s parameters: Blending Options>Gradient Overlay




Gradient’s parameters:
The layer’s parameters: Fill 0%
Blending Options>Gradient Overlay




The same instrument used before – the Pen Tool (P) will be used for picturing another highlight, this time on the apple itself. Here the
Convert Point Tool should be used too, for the appropriate shape’s changes on the highlight.
The layer’s parameters: Fill 0%
         Options>Gradient
Blending Options>Gradient Overlay




Gradient’s parameters:
                                                                                                              Tool.
Insert on our apple a drop of white color, applying the same Pen Tool (P) and the already known Convert Point Tool




The layer’s parameters: Blending Options>Drop Shadow




            Tool
The Ellipse Tool (U) should be used for representing a highlight on the drop, which color is white.
                                                     Opacity 20%)
Create a new layer and use on it the Brush Tool (B) (Opacity of 20% to draw one more highlight on the apple, which color is white
too.




Combine in a group all the layers composing the apple (press Ctrl button to mark out the corresponding layers and hold on the left
mouse’s button while taking down the marked layers on Create a new group selection). Make a copy of the recently made group and
           Free
choose the Free Transform solution to turn over the copy and place it the same way as it is represented below:
                                                              Opacity 30%)
The Eraser Tool (E) should be applied on the made reflection (Opacity of 30% to erase the same part on the reflection as it is
indicated next image:




                                                                                      Opacity 20%)
Create a new layer and use on it the earlier indicated standard brush of black color (Opacity of 20% for drawing the shadow under the
apple. This last layer should be placed under the layers, composing the apple, but upper than the reflection’s layer (on the layers’
palette).
Make a copy of the earlier made shadow’s layer and use the Free Transform option to place the copy lower, applying for the copy the
next demonstrated layer’s parameters: Fill 72%
Blending Options>Color Overlay




Blending
Blending Options>Stroke
The Pen Tool (P) should be used for drawing a highlight on the made leaf, but the Convert Point Tool may be helpful in making the
appropriate corrections on the highlight’s shape.




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Step 1

Let’s start by creating a new file with a dimension of 700×1000 px and a resolution of 300 ppi.




Step 2

Next, using the Gradient tool (G) set to Radial Gradient, apply the color numbers indicated below.
Step 3

Next, using the Pen tool (P) create two main shapes on two separate layers: (1) Main body of the shampoo bottle then name this layer
as “Main” and (2) The cap of the shampoo bottle and name this layer “Cap”, just like as shown below.




Step 4

Next step is to add the color and shadings for the two main shapes we made. First we should activate the marquee selection or
“running ants” around each shape. This will help us to limit the brush tool from coloring any parts of our work that we don’t need to
color.
Next, using the Brush tool (B) set to a Size of ~90px and Hardness of 0%, color the shapes we made using the color numbers
indicated below. The color numbers are arrange in that manner because we want to make the illusion that as if the cap is cylindrical in
shape.




Step 5

Using the same brush settings we used for the cap, color the bottle just like as shown below. Adding darker colors on both sides of the
bottle makes an illusion that the shape curves away from you giving a final effect of a rounded bottle.
The final effect, for both the cap and the main bottle, should look like as shown below.




Step 6

After adding the base shading for the bottle, we’ll add another layer of shading but this time we’re going to be using a darker shade of
grey with a color number of a2a2a2. For this step, we’ll include the top and the bottom part of the main bottle. The shading at the top
part of the bottle should be a little less dark in comparison to the lower parts of the bottle.
Step 7

Next step is to add the green strip that’ll flow across the bottle. First, add a new layer and name it as “Greenstrip” then using the Pen
tool (P) create a shape just like as shown below. Make sure it is smooth and curves down elegantly to emphasize the contour of the
bottle. Once you have defined the shape, press right-click and select Make Selection from the dropdown menu.




Step 8

Next using the Paint Bucket tool (G) fill the entire selection with color #aff012. Then using the Brush tool (B) set to medium hardness,
apply color #628903 on both sides of the bottle just like as shown below.
Step 9

Next step is to add additional details for our bottle, in this case a cross-sectional view of an orange. To start, using the Magic Wand
tool (W), select the areas we don’t need, just like as shown in Fig. 1. Next, after you defined the selection, click Refine Edge. On the
Refine Edge window, select Smart Radius then follow the outline of the orange, just like as shown in Fig. 2. The finish product is shown
below. In addition, duplicate this layer then hide the duplicate for the mean time. We did this because we’ll use the duplicated orange
layer later for additional effects we want to achieve.
Step 10

Next, resize the “Orange” layer by pressing Command/Ctrl + T, Fig. 1. Next, using the Rectangular Marquee tool (M), select about half
of the orange then press right-click then select Free Transform from the dropdown menu, Fig. 2. Resize the selected area just like as
shown in Fig. 3. Do the same process, but now only selecting at least 1/4 of the orange, Fig. 4. The Final effect should look like Fig. 5.
Position the modified orange image on the lower left portion of the bottle. Next, by Command/Ctrl + Clicking the thumbnail of the
“Greenstrip” layer, it’ll activate the selection marquee around the outline of the object. Next, press Command/Ctrl + Shift + I to inverse
the selection then hit delete. The final effect should look like Fig. 6. Finally, duplicate this layer and resize it, just like what is shown in
Fig. 7
Step 11

Like what we did in the previous steps, press Command/Ctrl + Click the thumbnail of the “Greenstrip” layer to activate the selection
marquee around the entire outline of the object. Next, using a soft-medium sized brush with color number close to #000000, apply a
subtle amount of shading in the corner area where we placed the oranges just like as shown below.
Step 12

Next is to add the “sealed” portion of the bottle. For this procedure, we’ll start first by placing the base color. To do this, press
Command/Ctrl + Click the “Main” layer’s thumbnail to activate the selection marquee around that object. Next, by using the
Rectangular Marquee tool (M) set to Intersect with Selection, make a rectangular shape just like as shown in Fig. 1. Once you released
your click with the left mouse button, it’ll automatically intersect the two main shapes you made leaving only the middle/intersected
parts, Fig. 1. Next, using the Paint Bucket tool (G), fill the entire selection with color #dddddd, Fig. 2. The final effect should look like
Fig. 3.




Step 13

Next is to add the recessed area for the cap. To do this, using the Rounded Rectangle tool (U) set to a radius of 0.15 inches, make an
oblong shape just like as shown in Fig. 1. Next, using the Paint Bucket tool (G), fill the entire selection with color #a34100 then
decrease its Fill opacity to ~82%. Next, follow the Layer settings indicated below. Press Command/Ctrl + T to resize it just like as
shown below.




Step 14

Next, using the Pen tool (P) make a line like as shown in Fig. 1, then go to the Brush tool (B) then change its settings with the values
indicated in Fig. 2-2, then return to the Pen tool (P), press right-click then select Stroke Path from the dropdown menu, Fig. 2-1. Select
the Brush as the tool for making the stroke. The final effect should look like Fig. 3.
Step 14

Next, like what we did in Step 14, make a line using the Pen tool (P). Next, go to the Brush tool (B) then change the brush settings
with the ones indicated below. Select again the Pen tool (P) then press right-click then select Stroke Path from the dropdown menu.
Select the Brush as the tool for making the stroke.
Step 15

Next, go to the Brush tool (B) then use the Brush Settings indicated below. Then, using the Pen tool (P), define a line like as shown
below. Lastly, press right-click then select Stroke Path from the dropdown menu. Select the Brush as the tool for making the stroke.




Step 16
Next is to add the shiny and reflective effect for the bottle. To do this, using the Pen tool (P), make a shape just like as shown in Fig.
1. Next, press right-click then select Make Selection from the dropdown menu. Next, using the Paint Bucket tool (G), fill the entire
selection with color #ffffff, Fig. 2. Finally, decrease the layer’s Opacity level to 12%, Fig. 3.




Step 17

Next using the Pen tool (P), make a line just like as shown in Fig. 1. Next, go to the Brush tool (B) then change the brush settings with
the values indicated in Fig. 2 and with a color number of ffffff. Finally decrease the layer’s Opacity level to ~20%, Fig. 3.




Step 18

Next is to add the brand. Using the Type tool (T), set to a font family of Myriad Pro and font style of Bold, type the name of the brand
that you like, in this case Sonsilk, Fig. 1. Next go the Character settings tab then change the Tracking value to -80. This will, in effect,
decrease the distance of each letter within the word, Fig. 2. Next, right-click the layer of "Sonsilk" then select Rasterize type from the
drop down menu. With this, the Sonsilk layer can know be directly edited. I decided to add a little more style with the brand, so I used
the Rectangular Marquee tool (M) to delete the upper and lower end points of the letter "S", Fig. 3. Then, using again the Rectangular
Marquee tool (M) make a rectangular shape that’ll serve as the new extensions of both the end points we just deleted, Fig. 4. The final
effect should like Fig. 5. As you can see I also change the dot for the letter "I" and turn it into a wavy shape.




Step 19

Next, using the the Pen tool (P) make a rectangular shape that slightly slants on the right side just to follow the main shape of the
bottle. Then, press right-click then select Make Selection from the dropdown menu. Using the Brush tool (B), set to a soft-medium
sized brush, color the selection using the color numbers indicated below.
Step 20

Next step is to add the tiny ridges for the "sealed area" we did earlier. To do this, first make a line using the Pen tool (P). Next, press
right-click then select Stroke Path from the dropdown menu. Select the Brush as the tool for making the stroke. Do this process for
making a black line (#000000) and a white line (#fffffff) following the brush settings prior to using the Pen tool (P). Make sure to do
this in two separate layers. Next, move the white line just enough to cover half of the black line, then merge these two layers.
Duplicate these layers until you covered the entire "sealed" portion.
Step 21

Next, add the additional information about our product. You can search the web or look at your shampoo bottles at home to give you
an idea how and what words manufacturers use for their products. After that, place it using the standard Type tool (T). Rasterize the
text then distort it just like as shown below so that it’ll give the impression that it curves slightly towards the back of the bottle, thus
giving additional support for the cylindrical shape effect of our bottle.




Step 22

The upper right corner of our shampoo bottle design seems empty, so I added another strip to add additional information. Using the
Pen tool (P) define the shape of the strip, press right-click then select Make Selection from the dropdown menu. Next, color the
selected area with the corresponding color numbers indicated below. Lastly, add some additional text or information.
Step 23

Next step is to add additional dark shadings and contrast on the lower portions of the bottle. To do this, first, press Command/Ctrl +
click the thumbnails of both the "Main" and "Cap" layer to activate the selection marquee around the objects selected. Next, using the
Brush tool (B) set to a size of 500px and Hardness of 0%, paint lightly on the lower parts of the selection. Lastly, change the layer’s
Blend mode to Overlay then decrease its Opacity level to ~60%.
Step 24

Next is to add the some oranges sitting beside the bottle. This will add the “fresh look” we want to achieve for our product. To do this
follow the step-by-step procedure below.
Step 25

Next, let’s add some water droplets for the main bottle and the oranges. Using the Brush tool (B) with a size of ~3-5px and hardness
of ~30%, follow the procedure below on how to digitally paint a basic water droplet. After that, using a brush set to a size of ~3px and
hardness of 100% following the layer settings below, add some smaller water droplets or effusions.
The final effect should look like as shown below.




Step 26

Next, select all layers that make up the entire main bottle in the layers tab. Once selected, drag the selected layers on the Create a
New Layer icon. This will duplicate all layers selected. Lastly, press right-click then select Merge Layer from the dropdown menu.
Once the layers have been merged, place two duplicate shampoo bottles on both sides of the original bottle like as shown below.




Step 27
Next, select the two duplicate bottle layers by Command/Ctrl + clicking the layers. Press right-click then select Merge Layers from the
dropdown menu. Lastly, go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur and apply a subtle amount of blur of about 1px.




Step 28

To add reflections for the bottles, just select the layers of the Main bottle, the one that hasn’t been blurred, then press Command/Ctrl
+ T to activate the Transformation handles. Once activated, press right-click then select Flip Vertical then place it directly below the
“main” set of bottles just like in Fig. 1. Next, using the Eraser tool (E), erase the areas indicated in Fig. 2. Lastly, decrease the layer’s
Opacity level to ~17%, Fig. 3.
Step 29
Next add a new layer then, using the Paint Bucket tool (G), fill the entire layer with color #353535, Fig. 1. Next, change the layer’s
Blend Mode to Soft Light, Fig. 2. Next, using the Eraser tool (E), erase the areas indicated in Fig. 3. Finally, decrease the layer’s Fill
level to 77% to see the final effect we want to achieve.




Step 30

I reduplicated the bottles that we blurred earlier then blur it again using Gaussian Blur with a value of ~1-2px.
Step 31

For the last step, we’ll add a subtle amount of noise to somewhat add a blend effect for all the layers. To do this, first add another
layer then using the Paint Bucket tool (G) fill the entire selection with color #000000. Next, go to Filter > Noise > Add Noise then
follow the indicated value below. Finally, change the layer’s Blend Mode to Multiply then decrease its Opacity level tp ~3%.
Conclusion

That’s it, we’re done. The final product is shown below. Hope you had fun working on this project and learned something new! Thanks
for reading!
Golden Compass (Exclusive Tutorial)




Step 1:
Create a new document, 400x400 pixels in size :) Set your Foreground color to #3a4043 and taking the Paint Bucket tool (G) fill the
document with it...we need a darker background you know. Now name your layer "Background".

Step 2:

Set your Foreground color to #b86100 and create a new layer on top of your Background one. Name it "Compass Base". Then take the
Ellipse Tool (U), set it to Shape Layers and holding down Shift key, drag to create a perfect circle, like this:




Step 3:

Now press Ctrl (Cmd on Mac)+T, and let's transform the little bugger of a circle :] Holding down Ctrl (Cmd), place your cursor over the
top-right corner of the transform binding box, and pull it towards down-left, diagonally. Like this:




Now our compass will look like it is viewed from the side, see? Duplicate the Compass Base layer two times, so you now have 3 layers
that look like..twins, oh my gosh! o.o; But even twins are different soooo.....let's rename the topmost one to "Screen" and the
bottommost of the 3 to "Compass Body".

Step 4:

Mmkay, now on to the fun work ^^ Click on the thumbnail of the Compass Body layer (in the layers palette) so you have the
"wireframe" selected, that gray outline you know? Click on the layer thumbnail once or twice to obtain that. Now grab the Ellipse Tool
(which is still set to Shape Layers) and somewhere in the top-right of your Photoshop screen you should see a little colored rectangle
from where you can change the color of the Shape, okay? Click on that, and set the color to #854906. Now click OK and move on to
the Screen layer. Do exactly the same as before to change its color to #ffffff (remember you MUST have the gray wireframe visible in
order for the color change to work)! Now let's move the Compass Body layer to the left-bottom a bit...not much, just about 30-35
pixels....and resize the Screen layer to about 2/3 of the body size and move it a bit to the right, like this:
Step 5:

Okay, now let's go into the third dimension ^_~ Click on the Compass Base layer (the middle one between the Screen and Compass
body in the layers palette) and get into its Blending Options (either double-click the layer, or go to Layer-->Layer Styles--Blending
Options) and give it these settings:
Step 6:

Now move to your Compass Body layer, and give it these Blending Styles:




To get the names of the colors, right-click on the second image from above and Copy Image, then paste it in Photoshop in a new
document, and sample the colors from each of the little squares and use in your gradient ^^

Step 7:

Now your piece should look something like this:




Now, create a new layer on top of your Compass Base layer and holding down Ctrl (Cmd), click on the Compass base layer as well, so
now you have both layers in a blue color in the layers palette. Now press Ctrl (Cmd)+E to merge them :) Take the Dodge tool (O), set
it to a soft round brush, and to Highlights, Exposure to about 10% and Airbrush clicked. Now add some highlights in the areas selected
below:
So now your piece looks something like....hmmm.well, this:




Step 8:

Now....wait, I'm going to raid the fridge for a bag of chips. Brb. ..................... Okay I'm back xP Now let's take care of the Screen
layer shall we >___o Kay, create a new layer on top of the Screen layer...right-click on this new layer and Create Clipping Mask. Set
your Foreground color to #ababab and then Ctrl(Cmd)+click on the thumbnail of the Screen layer in the layers palette, so that you will
get a selection of it. Now, on the Clipping Mask layer that we just created, go to Edit-->Stroke and give it a setting of 15px, and
Center....and give it a niiiice gray Stroke =) Mooooo-vin' on. Keep your selection and go to Filter--->Blur--->Gaussian Blur. Give it a
setting of about 5. Then click OK. Duplicate the layer that you just used Blur on and with the copy as your active layer (it'll be blue in
the layers palette) press Ctrl(Cmd)+F twice. Merge the two gray blurred stroke layers and press Ctrl(Cmd)+F once more.

Step 9:

Then...hmm..then you should have a heavily blurred, light gray layer. Duplicate it, c'mon, faster, chop-chop! >__o Hehehe, kiddding
^_~ Take it slow.....set the newly-created copy to Multiply....and feel free to deselect ^_~ Name the two shadow layers "Inner
Shadow 1" and Inner Shadow 2" This is what you should have till now..or something close, anyway:




Step 10:

Moving on, there's still work to be done :) Set your Foreground color to #c5993b. Then click on the Screen layer...and create a new
layer on top of it (this new layer would be between the Inner Shadow layers and the Screen layer, and it is a Clipping Mask to the
Screen layer just like the Inner Shadows). Name this newly created layer "Inner Border". Move it on top of the Inner Shadow layers,
but make sure it is still a clipping mask. Ctrl(Cmd)+click on the thumbnail of the Screen layer to get its selection. Then click on the
Inner Border layer to make it your "working on" one. Go to Edit-->Stroke, Center, 15px. Then press Ctrl(Cmd)+T to transform it ^_~
Hold down Ctrl(Cmd) and positioning your cursor over the bottom-left corner of the transform rectangle drag towards the bottom-left,
like this:

Step 11:

Get into the layer's Blending Options and give it these settings:




Now, your stuff should look something like...this:
Step 12:

Now create a new layer on top of all your others. Name it "Gold Circle Inside". Obtain a selection of your Screen layer and then go to
Select--->Transform Selection, and skew&resize it to obtain something similar to this:




Then press Enter to confirm your transformation and go to Edit-->Stroke, give it a 5px, Center stroke. After which....hmmm...after
which take a break xD Grab a drink =] And when you come back give your "Gold Circle Inside" these styles:




Step 13:

Now obtain a selection of your "Gold Inside Stroke" layer. Create a new layer above it and set your Foreground color to #652e09. Then
take the Gradient Tool (G), set it to Foreground to Transparent and drag on the new layer you just created from the rightmost point of
the selection to...the center of it. Like this:
Deselect. Set the layer to Multiply blending mode and lower its Fill to about 40% then, holding down Ctrl (Cmd) and clicking on the
Gold Circle Inside layer in the layers palette (so now you have both of them in a blue color in the palette), press Ctrl(Cmd)+E to merge
them. Now, let's take a second and see, for those who don't know, why we take the trouble of selecting both layers before merging
them. That we do because if we would simply Merge Down without selecting both, the top-most layer would "borrow" the layer styles
of the bottommost, see? So our newly-created shadow would ....vanish....borrowing the gradient layer style of the layer below it. And
we don't want that, do we? ^_~ .................................Mooo-vin' on :) Make a new layer and move it just under the Gold Inside Stroke
one. Next, set your Foreground color to #652e09 and obtain a selection of your Gold Stroke thingy....and go to Edit-->Stroke, with the
settings Center, 2px. Deselect, set the layer to Color Dodge and lower its Fill to about 30%.

Step 14:

Okay, now pay attention to this step, it is a bit more....about tiny details. But then again, tiny details make great art, right? ^___~
Let's start... Take the Elipse tool (U) and make a new layer on top of all your others which you'll name "Center Pin". With the Ellipse
Tool, hold down Shift key and drag to create a perfect circle at the center of the Screen. Not very large, just a tiny one, like this:




Next, get into its Blending Options and give it these settings:




Gooooooooooooooood................mmmmm...next we need to get rid of the layer styles, so we can skew our layer without the Layer
Styles getting all rearranged, okay? So ...do what we talked about in the previous step: create a new layer on top of it, hold down
Ctrl(Cmd) to select both layers in the layers palette and then press Ctrl(Cmd)+E to merge them...and ta-daaaa, no more scalable layer
styles =D Okay, once you've done that, press Ctrl(Cmd)+T to transform it and holding down Ctrl(Cmd)...and positioning your cursor
over to top-right corner of the transform binding box, drag to the bottom-left corner, like this:




Good!

Step 15:

Now get rid of the Center Pin's layer styles by the merging method which we did in the previous step, and taking the Dodge too with a
soft brugh, Highlights, 20% and Airbrush on, click a bit on the top-right part of the Pin to give it a highlight ^^ Liiikeeee....thiiissss:




Okay, not duplicate the Center Pin layer and name the bottommost of the two "Center Pin Body". Move it a few pixels to the bottom-
left, like this:




Let's give it a shadow now....with these Blending Styles settings:




Step 16:

Sooo...how far are we into this tutorial? Well, about 50% done I'd say :) Let's look at what results we have till now:
Okay, now let's take care of the ..."hands"? >w< The pointers of the compass, I mean..of course. So. Make a new layer, and move it
so that it is between the Center Pin and the Center Pin Body layers. Take the Polygonal Lassoo tool (L) and create a triangular
selection, like this:




Step 17:

Set your Foreground color to #c5993b and taking the Paint Bucket tool (G) fill the selection with color...yeaaaa, okay now deselect.
Give your pointer this Style:
Go into this layer's Blending styles and modify the angle of the Gradient Overlay to 60 degrees.

Step 18:

Make a new layer on top of everything you have in your Layers Palette so far. Now obtain a selection of your top-pointing pin. Set your
Foreground color to #ea1505 and take a round, hard brush of about 40 pixels in size, click once at the pointer's tip, like this:




Then lower this layer's Fill to about 60% Now this is what you should have...or something close:




Step 19:

Let's embellliiiish the center now ^___^ Obtain a selection of BOTH your pointers. This is done by Ctrl(Cmd)+Shift+clicking on the
layers' thumbnails in the Layers palette. Create a new layer and move it right under the Center Pin Body layer. Okay, now fill your
selection with...any color really...and give it these layer styles:




Duplicate your layer 2 times, so now you have 3 copies of the same thing.

Step 20:
Now choose one of these copies and use Ctro(Cmd)+T on it to Transform...and Skew, rotate and resize it so that it looks like this:




Transform the other 2 copies of the thingy so that in the end you get somehting like this:




Step 21:

Now let's take care of the letters, okay o.o Can't have a compass without them! =D So. Go and download the PR Celtic Narrow font
from http://www.dafont.com/pr-celtic-narrow.font and install it. Go back to your Compass afterwards and create a new layer and move
it under all your pointers layers (including the ones we created in the previous step). Type a capital N in...any color you want, size 30pt
. Move it and transform and skew it so that it looks and is positioned like this:




Now do the same with the East (E), South (S) and West (W), but make the E and W size 24 and place them outside of the inner golden
circle. So that you get something similar to this:




Step 22:
Now let's create the Triangles =D Lol, I promise, we don't have..very..much more to work on this xD; Okay, take the Polygon Tool (U)
and set it to Shape Layers. Give it 3 sides, and Smooth Corners/Star UNCHECKED! Kay, now create a small triangle. Transfor/Skew it to
get something like this:




After which, make 3 more triangle shapes, on 3 different layers, for each of the other letters....so that you get something similar to
this:




Next, give your layers these blending styles:




Step 23:

Now press Ctrl(Cmd)+click on each of the 4 layers to select them in the layers palette and merge them all into one. Then obtain a
selection of your Screen layer, press Ctrl(Cmd)+Shift+I to inverse selection and press Delete. Deselect and obtain a selection of your
Inner Border layer, press Delete. This will delete all the parts of the arrows which go beyond the white of the Screen. Like this:
Step 24:

Name this layer "Arrows". Create a new layer on top of the Arrows layer and right-click on it --> Create clipping mask. Set the clipping
mask to Multiply blending mode. Set your Foreground color to #361f0f and taking the Brush Tool (B) set to ahard round brush, add a
few shadows where the arrow side meets the inner ring or the border of the screen. Then give this a Filter-->Blur-->Gaussian blur of
1.

Step 25:

Next, create a new layer and move it under the Arrows one. Obtain a selection of your Arrows and fill this selection on the new layer
with the color #361f0f Give it a 1 Gaussian Blur and Transform it by shrinking so that the Arrows look like having a 90 degrees shadow,
like this:




Step 26:

Now let's make the chain...to take a break from th screen hehehe. Make a new layer and move it under everything else...except the
background. Move it so that it is just above the background layer. Name it "Loop" Take the Pen Tool (P) and set it to Paths....and make
a loop, like this:




Set your Foreground color to #d2974b and set your Brush tool to 5px, hard, round. Click on the Pen Toll again, and go Right-click---
>Stroke Path. You should get something like this:
Step 27:

Give your Loop layer these blending styles:




Now create a new layer above the Lop one and obtain a selection of the Loop.....then take the Gradient tool (G) and set it to
Foreground to Transpatent, Linear Gradient. Set your Foreground color to #4f3116 and drag from the bottom of the selection to its
middle, almost, like this:
                                                                                                          little
Set the layer to Multiply blending mode and lower its Fill to about 70% Pffffffffffffffffft! Okay, only a little more to go ^^

Step 28:

                                                                                                               Edit-->Define
Now, let's take care of the chain. Take this picture (save it to your disk) and open it up in Photoshop. Go to Edit >Define Brush Preset.
Name it "Chain Brush 1"




                                           top-right
Then click it and go to Brushes tab in the top right part of the screen, and add these settings:




                                                                   pop-up
Now click on the Create New Brush icon at the bottom of the little pop up brushes window I screenshotted above (the icon the looks
                                                                               settings
like a square) and name it "Chain Brush 2" . The Chain Brush 2 will retain the settings we gave it above.

Step 29:

                                                                                                                            it
Dundundundun....almooost there...pffft. Lesse. Hmm...okay, make a new layer and move it Just below the Compass Body one, so it is
                                                                                       Paths...and
above the Loop layer. Name the new bugger "Chain". Take the Pen tool (P) and set it to Paths...and make a path like this:
Then right-click-->Stroke Path. This is what you should be getting:




Step 30

Now give your Chain these settings:




Then, the chain needs some escaping from its layer styles ^^ So do the "get-rid-of-styles-but-keep-their-effects" method we went
through earlier, by making a layer on top and merging by selecting both layers. Then, go to Filter-->Sharpen-->Sharpen two times.
NOW! Let's give our chain some shadows ^___^ Make a new layer on top of the Chain one and right-click on it--->Create Clipping
Mask. Set it to Multiply. Set your Foreground color to #29140e and take a round brush, with hardness about 75% and brush lightly
where the chain disappears "under" the compass (if you need, you can use the Smudge Tool (R) to modify the look of the shadow
according to your liking). Like this:
Step 31:

Okay. Now, let's move on. Now we'll add the finishing touches to the Screen ^___~ Make a new clipping mask layer on top of the
Screen layer. Name it "Margins Shadow" and move it above all the other Clipping Masks the Screen has. Take the Magic Wand tool
(W), and set it to a Tolerance of 2, Anti-Alias and Contiguous checked, Sample All Layers must be UNCHECKED. Okay, now click on
your Inner Border layer to make it your working on one. Take the Magic Wand and click "inside" the border (on the canvas). you
should be getting this selection:




Go to Select-->Transform Selection and resize/skew/etc your selection so that it is an exact outline of the white screen visble. Then set
your Foreground color to #3d1e12 and go to Edit-->Stroke, give it a Center, 7px. Deselect, give it a Gaussian Blur of 2 and then press
Ctrl(Cmd)+F three more times, to repeat the filter 3 times. Set the layer to Multiply and lower Opacity to about 50%.

Step 32:

Okay, now create ANOTHER...yea I know...pfffttt..yea another new Clipping mask on top of the other Clippers Screen layer
has...mmkay. Good. Take the Magic Wand tool (W) and do the exact same thing we did before...only this time to get the selection of
what is inside the Gold Inside Stroke layer. Like this:
Okay, now, go to Select-->Modify-->Expand-->1px. With the foreground color set to #3d1e12, take the Paint Bucket tool (G) and fill
the selection. Set the layer to Overlay, lower its Opacity to 90% and deselect. Then, duplicate the layer once, and taking the Eraser
Tool (E), set it to a soft, round brush with 10% Opacity and brush away most of the right part of the copy layer. Like this:




Lower the layer's Opacity to 60%.... Then duplicate it and lower the new compy's Opacity to 35%. Yepeee, we've finished the middle
xD Now what you have should be...this:




Now, take the Burn Tool (O) and add a bit of burn to the bottom-left chain, so it looks more realistic..and.....TA-DAAAAAAA! =D Ready
^^ Of course, now you can go on and add a background to it, or go even further and give the Compass itself more details, rust,
anything you might think of ^^ Here's what I did to mine:




Hope you liked the tutorial :) See yah next timez piratey! >__o



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Dripping effect in paint water
November 29th, 2010 No Comments


Create dripping effect in any liquid like paint blood water etc using tools like Dodge and Burn Tools.

The dripping effect is one of the most useful special effects Adobe Photoshop has to offer. In this tutorial we will use Pen Tool, Dodge
Tools, Burn Tools, Plastic Wrap and ZigZag options to get that effect.

1. Open a Color Can image as shown below.




2. Now with Pentool (P) draw the drip on the color can.




3. Fill with color, here i use #AAA8A9.
4. Now comes the tricky part, the best way to begin is to shade the drips by using Dodge and Burn Tools.So that it looks vaguely three
diamentonal.




5. Now select Filter > Artistic > Plastic Wrap (Highlight Strength =10, Detail = 11 and Smothness = 15)
6. Apply Brightness and Contrast for more glistening and shiny.(Here iuse Brightness = +18 and Contrast = -2).




7. Now i drew an elliptical selection and add ZigZag filter(Filter > Distort > ZigZag) with following setting:(Amout = 10, Rigdges = 5
and Style = Pond ripples):
8. Here’s what I made:




Christmas Ball (Exclusive Tutorial)
Author: Alice More by this author

Added: Dec 14, 2010 Level: Experienced Software:




Aaah, snow.....or burning sun if you are on the other side of course....snowmen...or sandcastles.....skiing...or surfing...it's winter and
Christmas time =] So, let's work on something Christmassy, to get into the mood :)

And since I'm living in the north...and we have snow right outside now, I'm going to make something which has snow it it ^_~

So! This is it:




Step 1:
Let's make a new document for a start :) Make it say...450x450px in size. Fill it ith a neutral gray color, I filled mine with #6b6b6b.
Name it & quot;Background& quot;.

Step 2:

Okay, now let's get into serious biznis matey ^__~ Let's start with a rough base of the glass orb, so we have a marker to draw the
other things after. So. Take the Ellipse Tool (U) and set it to Shape Layers. Then, set your Foreground color to #d4f6f5 and holding
down Shift key, draw a perfect circle that covers about 70% of the top part of the canvas. Then press Ctrl(Cmd)+T to freely transform
it, drag from one side to make it into an ellipse. But don't drag much, only a little, like this:




Step 3:

Kay, now name that layer & quot;Glass Base& quot; and now that we have that one as a marker we can start on other stuff :) The
wood base, for example, it's easier to do so let's atrt with that one ^^ Set your foreground color to #783d14 and take the Pen Tool
(P), set it to Shape Layers, and draw a shape like this:




Step 4:

Okay, once that is done, name your layer & quot;Wood 1& quot;. Then set your Foreground color to #9b5726 and taking the same Pen
Tool as before, draw this shape:
Name the layer & quot;Wood 2& quot;. Now take the Move tool (V) and move the shape so that it touches the other one, we just
created in the previous step. Like this:




Okay, next duplicate your Wood 1 layer and moce the copy down, to serve as a base for the wood support. Like so:




Step 5:

So far so good. Now comes the fun part ^_~ Okay, go to your Gradient Tool (G) and give it these settings (tip: right click--& gt;copy
the image and paste it in a document in Photoshop to make it easier for you to sample the colors with the Eyedropper Tool) :
After you've given your gradient the settings above, get into your Wood 2 layer's Blending Styles by either double-clicking the layer or
goint to Layer---& gt;Layer Style---& gt;Blending Options. And give it these styles....:




Step 6:
Gooooood.....make a new layer above your Wood 2 one and the hold down Ctrl(Cmd) key and clickon the Wood 2 layer which should
be placed just under the new layer you made just now, so that you have both selected in a dark blue color, like this:




Kay, now take the Dodge Tool (O), set it to about 120px, soft round brush, Highlights, 11% Exposure and Airbrush checked. Pass with
this Dodge tool a couple of times across the Wood 2 layer, to give it a bit of good ol' shine ^_~ Next, lock the Transparent pixels of the
layer and take the Smudge Tool (R), set it to a round, about 50% hardness brush, some 40% strength and mode Normal, and click&
amp;drag a bit at the sides of the Wood 2 (the left& amp;right tips) to get rid of the & quot;valley& quot;, so we stay true to the 3D
look. Like this:




Step 7:

Now go to your Wood 1 copy layer. The one placed at the bottom of the base, yea? Give it these layer styles:
Mkay, then do exactly the same like we did for the Wood 2, make a new layer abobe it, select both the new layer and the Wood 1 copy
and merge them, then take the same Dodge Tool (O) as before and apply to the layer the same treatment as before =D Now it's nice
and shiney hehehe :) Do exactly the same for the Wood 1 layer, only add to it these styles to it:




Step 8:

Kaykay, now you can merge all your 3 Wood layers into one :) Name this layer & quot;Wood Base& quot;. So this is how your stuffie
should look like now...or something like this:
Good, now let's take care of the gold plate, kay? ^^ Download this shape and import it into your Photoshop. Then take the Custom
Shape Tool (U) and set it to Shape Layers...then make a shape like this (I'm making it in pink to be very visible) :

GOLD PLATE




Now give it these layer styles:




Step 9:

Okaaaaay....now make a new layer above the Plate shape and select both, then merge them (to get rid of the layer effects, but keep
their & quot;look& quot;). Then name this layer & quot;Gold Plate& quot;. Make a new layer above it and then right-click on the new
layer and choose & quot;Create Clipping Mask& quot;. Then set it to Linear Dodge blending mode and lower its Fill to about 12-15%.
Take the Line Tool, set it to Fill Pixels, and choose a thickness of about 15px, set your Foreground color to #ddbc5d and drag from
right to left, diagonally, a light gleam over the Gold Plate, like in the image below. Lower the thickness to 3px and draw two parallel
lines, smaller, like so:




Create a new layer and move it under he Gold Plate one, in the layers palette. Name it & quot;Plate Shadow& quot;. Set it to Multiply
blending mode. Then obtain a selection of your Gold Plate layer (by Ctrl/Cmd+clicking on the layer's thumbnail in the layers palette)
and set your Foreground color to #956035. Fill the selection on the the Plate Shadow layer and then using the Move Tool (V) move it
just a few pixels down. Deselect. Then go to Filter--& gt;Blur---& gt;Gaussian Blur, give it a 1.5 blur. Then Make a new layer yet again,
name it Plate Glow and lower its Fill to about 50%. Move the layer under the Plate Shadow one. Then obtain the selection of your Gold
Plate layer again and set your Foreground color to #c38737. Then fill the selection with it. Deselect, move it a few pixels up.
Goooood....... Now this is about what you should have now:




Step 10:

Awesomesauceeee :) Now we're almost finished with the Plate =D Okay, now time for the screws. Make a new layer on top of
everything you have right now in your Layers Palette. Name this layer & quot;Screws& quot;..err..yea..I know, very & quot;original&
quot; lol ^^; Take a round, hard-edged, 5px brush (B) and click twice, to make the screws shapes, like this:




Then enter their Blending Options, and give them these styles:
Step 11:

Goood...now let's just add some glows, and that means: Make a new layer, and move it under your Screws one, name it & quot;Screws
Emboss& quot;. Obtain a selection of your Screws, then set your Foreground color to #e9c55d and go to Edit--& gt;Stroke, choose
Center, 2px. Then set the layer to Hard Light and lower its Opacity to about 75%. Take the Move Tool (V) and move it a bit down, like
this:
Okay, progress check....and we're done with the gold plate...for now. Your whole thingy should be looking something about...this now:




Step 12:

Now we're mooo-vin' on to the glass orb =D Okay, remember the Glass Base shape layer? =D Go back to it ^_~ Make a new layer on
top of it, and right-click on it, choose Create Clipping Mask. Then take the Elliptical Marquee Tool (M) and drag to create an elliptical
selection, like this:




Okay, now press Ctrl(Cmd)+Shift+I to invert your selection. Take the Gradient Tool, set it to Foreground to Background, Radial
Gradient. Set your Foreground color to #626a77 and your Background one to #466373. Take the Gradient and drag, like this:
Step 13:

Deselect. You'll see the point of this layer a bit later :) Now let's make .......MAJIIIK! =D Let it snow ^____^ Take the Brush Tool, set it
to a 85% hardness, round brush, about 40px size, and set your Foreground color to #bedbed ...what? Yea..that's bed two times...xD
Okay, now make a new layer and move it between the Glass Base and the gradient layer you made in the previous step, like this:




Perrr-fect & lt;3 Now name it & quot;Front Snow& quot;. Take that Brush Tool (B) and with the settings I said earlier start
brushing....like if it was snow....much snow...like so:




Aaaand give it these Layer Styles:
Step 14:

Awesomesauce =] Now right-click on Front Snow and choose Copy Layer Style. Okaaaay, that'll come in handy later :) Now make a
new layer on top of the Front Snow and then merge the both, by the & quot;select-both-and-merge-to-get-rid-of-layer-styles& quot;
method we did earlier :) Re-name the layer to Front Snow, because it just lost it's identity, poor thing D: Then....take the Dodge Tool
(O), same settings as before, and give our snowhills a bit'o'highlight ^^ Take of course the Burn Tool (O) afterwards and set it to
about 60px, soft, round brush, Shadows, 11%, NO airbrush. Give our snowie some shadowzzzzz & gt;___o Okay, so here's the
difference:




Quite the difference in feel& amp;texture, heh? ^___~

Sweeeet, we've got snow! =D Now let's make it into a blizzzzarddd ^_~ Make a new layer above the Front Snow....and name it err...&
quot;Front Snow 2& quot;? xD Lacking title inspiration now xP 'neway. Take the Brush Tool (B) and bruuush some m0ar snowzzz & lt;3
Like this:
Okay, now right-click on it, and choose Paste Layer Style. Blablabla...get rid of the Styles by merging as before, and add some Dodge&
amp;Burn...so you get something like this:




Step 15:

Okay, I think it's time to settle on a background for out tiny little fantasy world...err...orb...world...you get the point ^^ So. Let's set
our Foregrounds to # and the Backgrounds to # and take the Gradient Tool (G) set to Radial Gradient. Make a new layer and move it
so that it is the first one on top of the Glass Base. Then with the Gradient, drag from the center of the Base to its edge. Like soooo:




Next, name the layer & quot;Backdrop& quot;. Make a new layer on top of this one and set it to Multiply blending mode. Lower its
Opacity to about 50%. Then, obtain a selection of your Glass Base and press X key to reverse your foreground color with your
background one. Then go to Edit--& gt;Stroke, give it a Center, about 30px. Then go to Filter--& gt;Blur--& gt;Gaussian blur and set it
to say....25 :) Then you can merge the blurred layer with your Backdrop one if you want ^^ Okay, this is about what you should have
until this moment =O




Step 16:

Now go to your Glass Base layer and get into its Blending Options. Give it this layer style:
Step 17:

Let's make the snowflakes now =D Make a new layer, above all your other Clipping Masks...but make it into a clipping mask as
well...Sort of, the boss of clipping masks hehehe ^_~ Name it & quot;Snowflakes 1& quot; Take a round brush, set it to about 60%
hardness, size some 6px and give it these settings:
Next, brush a few snowflakes, like so (careful, don't overcrowd!):




Kay, give your Snowflakes 1 layer this layer style:




Step 18:

Good! =D New layer of course...with new step hehehe. So yea. Make a new layer and move it under Snowflakes 1. Name it...well how
else than & quot;Snowflakes 2& quot;? xP Yeah. Take the same brush tool as before, but lower its size to 5px. Give it the exact same
layer style as for Snowflakes 1. Lower its Fill to say...50% Now this is what you should have...or something close:
Step 19:

Kay, now let's make a few highlights ^^ Take the Elliptical Marquee Tool (M) and make a new layer above all your clipping masks,
then convert it into a clipping mask as well. Name it & quot;Orb Glow 1& quot;. Then with the Elliptical Marquee Tool (M) drag an
ellipse at the top, like so:




Set your Foreground color to #dceef6 and take the Gradient Tool (G), set it to Linear Gradient, Foreground to Background, make sure
Reverse is NOT checked and drag from the top of the elliptical selection to its bottom. Set the layer to Linear Dodge and lower the Fill
to about 20%. Good ^^ Now make a new clipping mask layer above your Orb Glow 1 and name it..well...& quot;Orb Glow 2& quot;
sounds good? xD; Yeah, take the Elliptical Marquee Tool (M) as before and drag& amp;draw a smaller ellipse, like this:




Aweeeeeeesome =]] Now with the same Gradient Tool as before drag again..from top to bottom....and set the layer to Linear Dodge
with Fill about 15% ^___~ Right now, you should have somehting like this: Oh, my bad, I forgot I left the blue bg visible lol. We'll get
to that in the last steps of the tut :) Bear it for now please haha ^_^
Step 20:

M0ar reflections! We need to make this look like a glass orb after all heh? ^_~ Make a new clipping mask above your others and set
your Foreground color to #ebfaff and take the Rectangle Tool (U), set it to Fill Pixels and draw 4 rectangles, like a window...:




Now set the layer to Linear Light, lower Fill to about 15% and name it & quot;Window Reflection& quot;. Mave the rectangles a bit to
the left& amp;up. Obtain a selection of your Glass Base and then on the Reflection layer go to Filter--& gt;Distort---& gt;Spherize. Give
it a 100 setting. Then click OK to confirm and go to Spherize again, this time use only a setting of about 40. Now deselect, and your
thingy should look something like so:




Step 21:

Kay, new clipping mask above the others, and name it & quot;Blurry Glow& quot;. Set the layer to Linear Light, lower Fill to some
65%. Take the Gradient tool, set it to Foreground to Transparent and Radial Gradient, set the Foreground color to #dceef6 and drag a
bit at the very top, to give highlight:
Kay, now how about some shadows and stuff? =] Mmkay, so. Set your Foreground color to #7a97cb. Then, make a new Clipping Mask
above your others and name it & quot;Depth 1& quot;. Obtain a selection of the Glass Base. Then go to Edit--& gt;Stroke, use a setting
of center, 21px. Go next to Filter--& gt;Blur--& gt;Gaussian blur. Use say...7 as setting. Set the layer to Color Burn and lower its
Opacity to about 60% :) Okay, deselect, and make a new clipping mask..yes you guessed right, it IS above all the others, hahahaha
xD; Set foreground color to #98ac9e and obtain a selection of the Glass Base...then Stroke it with some 27px. Gaussian Blur on it for
about 14. Set it to Color Dodge, lower Opacity to 85% =D




Step 22:

Step 22...phew. Not very much left, I promise we're done with the complicated stuff hahaha :) Let's work on that snow now ^^ Make
a new layer and move it under your Snowflakes clipping masks. Name it & quot;Piled Snow& quot;. Okay, set your Foreground color to
#6c8ba2 and take a round brush, with about 80% hardness. Then let's draw the spot where the & quot;snow& quot; inside the globe
meets the glass walls, and it piles up against them. Like so:




After which, give it this layer style:
Step 23:

Okaaaaaay, now remember that bedbed color we used for snow? ^^ Time to use that once again xD So. Set your Foreground color to
#bedbed and make a new layer just under the Piled Snow one. Name & quot;Snow 1& quot;. Yea, shush, I'm not title-original today lol
xD; Okay so now take the Brush Tool (B) and with the same settings as before (except for the bedbed color) draw a front snow like so:

As a tip, you can press the [ and ] keys to increase or decrease your brush size :)




Mmmkay, now give it these layer styles:
Okay, then click OK to confirm it, then right-click on the layer and choose & quot;Copy Layer Style& quot;. We will need it later. Then
make a new layer above it, and merge them both by that select-both-and-merge-to-get-rid-of-layer-styles method we used in the first
part of the tut, for the other snows :) Take the Dodge and Burn tools and give our snow snine& amp;shadows, like we did for the first
snows.....like this:




Step 24:

Kay, m0arrr snowzzzz on the way & gt;w& lt; New layer, move it under your Front Snow one. Name it & quot;Back Snow 1& quot;.
Take that Brush Tool (B) and add snow =] Like so (I selected it to make it more visible for you) :




Right-click on the layer and choose Paste Layer Style. Make new layer and merge it with the Back Snow 1 to get rid of the layer styles
like before...yeaaa....and you know what's next don't ya? ^_~ ....well dodging and burning that's what =O We need one more snow
thugh so make a new layer and move it under the Back Snow 1...name it well..& quot;Back Snow 2& quot; =D Draw something like
this:




Okay, exactly the same method as before, paste the layer style to it, the merge, dodge, burn, blablabla.....boom! magic xD

Step 25:

LOOK MA'! It's raining snowmen!! =D ... I mean...let's draw snowmen & gt;w& lt; Kay so....make a new layer and move it between
your Front Snow and Front Snow 2 layers. Name it & quot;Snowman Butt....err...Base. & gt;u& gt; Take the Brush Tool (B) and brush
an uneven circle, but give it a few bumps here& amp;there, like so (I made it pink for you to see better, but you make it in the
#bedbed color, kay?) :
Give it these layer styles:




Then right-click on the layer and choose Copy Layer Style. It's almost the same as for snow but a bit different =] Merge the Snowman
thingy to get rid of layer styles then dodge& amp;burn his butt & gt;:] So in the end you get a result somehting like this:
Step 26:

M0arrrr snowman stuffz & gt;u& gt; New layer, move it above the Snowman Base (or butt or whatever lol) and name it &
quot;Snowman Middle& quot;. Take the Brush again and make an uneven circle..or...thingy...baaaah, an uneven snowball xD Like so
(again, you draw it in #bedbed color, I only am using the pink to make it more visible for you) :




Right-click on it afterwards and Paste Layer Style. Saaame as before, you know the drill..merge...dodge..burn..ta-daaa! =D




Make one more layer, name it & quot;Snowman Head& quot; and do exactly the same as before......so you get something like diiiizzzz:




Step 27:

Okay, time now to ...& quot;let the sun shine..let the sun shine...& quot;... Ermm..I mean moon. Let's go fo it :) Take the Brush Tool
(B0 and set it to a hard, round, 60px sized brush. Set your Foreground color to #ffffff (aka, white). Make a new layer, above your &
quot;Snowman Head& quot; one and name it & quot;Moon& quot;. Take that brush and click once to get something like this:
Then give it these layer styles:




Okay.....now you should have something like this:
Step 28:

Oh wait...we have a pwetty moon up there...but our snowman has no eyes to see it D: Let;s fix that :& lt; Make a new layer and move
it so that it is first above the Snowman Head one. Name it & quot;Eyes+Mouth+Nose& quot;. Take the Brush Tool (B) and set your
Foreground color to #2b3443. Then set your Brush size to 5px, draw an eye...then lower its size to 3px. With the 3px sized one, draw
the mouth ^^ Then set your Foreground color to #febb49 and draw the nose ^^ Well..carrot...you get what I mean yea? & gt;__o
Like so:




Then get into the layer's blending options and give it these layer styles:




Let's give it a hat now, or else it'll get a cold iunno O.o Make a new layer, name it & quot;Hat& quot;. Take the Pen Tool (P) and make
a similar shape, to which add these layer styles:
Step 29:

Okay, we have a moon, we have a snowman to look at it with its charcoal eyes...now what is amiss? Oh yeaaa, the stars o.o Can't
have a Christmas night without bright silver stars, can we? =] Kay, so make a new layer and move it between your Piled Snow one and
the Snowflakes 2, like this:




Then name it & quot;Stars& quot;. Take the Polygon Tool (U) and set it to 5 sides, Smooth Corners, Star and indents to 60%. Make
sure your tool is set to Fill Pixels and draw some stars ^^ Then give them these layer styles:
Step 30

Okay, so now your canvas should look similar to this:




Pfft, now we need presents! o.o Let's make some =D You know, what is the great thing about drawing, you can make..anything
hehehehe :) Make a new layer, and move it under the Snowman Base one. Name it & quot;Present1& quot;. Set your Foreground color
to #a51503 and take the Rectangle Tool (U), set it to Shape Layers and draw 1 square. Then make two more layers and name them &
quot;Present2& quot; and & quot;Present3& quot;. Then skew these last two two into creating a cube, like this:
Give them these layer styles:




Step 31:

Kay, now let's do the ribbons. Set your Foreground color to #fecb6b and take a round, hard edged brush of about 6 pixels and make a
new layer above your Presents ones, which you will name & quot;Ribbon& quot;. Draw something like this:




Then give it these layer styles:
Next, make a new layer and name it & quot;Robbon loops& quot; and draw two loops for our ribbon ^__^ Give it this layer style
(actually it's the same as before only change the Angle)




Step 32:

Okay, now Ctrl(Cmd)+click on all the present-related layers in the layers palette, to get them all selected, like so:




And then press Ctrl(Cmd)+E to merge them all :) Name this layer & quot;Present 1& quot;. Okay, then take the Marquee Tool (M) and
make a selection around the present, press Ctrl(Cmd)+C to copy...and afterwards paste Ctrl(Cmd)+V to paste the copied thingy ^^
Name this layer & quot;Present 2& quot; and move it under the Present 1 layer. Then press Ctrl (Cmd)+V once again, and name this
new layer & quot;Present 3& quot;. Move it under Present 2. Then resize and rotate the presents 2 and 3 to get something like this:
Now, remember the times when we made snow, a bit ago? Time to do one more snow hill, in front of the presents (so they look like
they're buried in snow). So, make a new layer above your presents one and name it & quot;Snow over Presents& quot;. Yea...creative
title is creative heh? & gt;u& gt;; 'neway. Follow the instructions for making snow we went through earlier ^^ So you get something
similar to this:




Step 33:

Good, one more ting is left, and that is making the trees ^^ How's a Christmas with no Christmas tree, heh? xP Kay so set your
Foreground color to #7bba3d and make a new layer and move it under your Presents ones. Kay, once you did that, take the Pen Tool,
set it to Shape Layers and draw something like this:




Give it these layer styles:
Step 34:

& nbsp;

Now move this layer on top of all your other clipping masks, so we can duplicate it at ease. Because if we duplicate it now, all the
clippings above it will lose their Clipping Masks properties iunno :C Anyway, once you've moved it above all your other clippers,
duplicate the layer 3 times, so now you have 4 green shapes layers ^^ Okay, rotate and resize them to get this:
Now make a new layer and move it under your green branches (the one we just created) shape layers. Name it & quot;Trunk& quot;.
Set your Foreground color to #723302 and take the Line Tool (U) and set it to about 14 pixels. Make sure it's set to Shape Layers,
okay? Then drag to create the trunk...and add it this layer style:




Step 35:

& nbsp;

Good work :) Now let's Ctrl (Cmd)+click on all the tree layers to select them all, click on the little chain-like icon in bottom-left of your
Layers Palette to link them, and duplicate them two times. One of the duplicates, rotate and resize and place in the background, to the
right. After you've resized & rotated it, merge the layers and move the resulting layer just on top of your Backdrop one. Okaaay...now
give it this layer style:




Oki :) Now only a short distance to go till we're done ^^ Take a second set of tree layers from the top of your Clipping Masks pile and
rotate & resize...yea...then merge...and move under your previous tree, you know? Give it then the same gradient layer style as you
gave the first tree ^^ So far, this is how your pic should look like:
Kay, know the last tree at the top of the Clipping Masks pile? :) Now rotate and resize it too, but less than the others to make it larger
(aka closer to viewer) and then merge the layers and move the resulting layer just under your Front Snow layer. Like so:




Okay, now make a new layer above your Front Snow one, set your Foreground color to #40502f and take a round brush, hardness about 70%,
draw a shadow shape, like so:




Set the layer to Multiply and lower Fill to about 50%...and...erm.... ........... ......psssst, we're done ^___~ You can do tweakings& add
stuff now if you want, but the base is done :) My final result: =D
I hope you enjoyed the tut, and have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year ^___^ <3




   •   Create a new document 800*800 px.
   •   Fill first layer with radial gradient.
•   Apply linear gradient to the second layer just like in the example below.




•   Create 3d box using Illustrator.
•


    Or you may download Illustrator file here.
•   Insert vector box into a new Photoshop layer.
•   Return to Illustrator document.
•   Expand and Ungroup box to get separate sides. (Object > Expand and Object > Ungroup).
•


    You may find separated box in this file.
•   Insert box sides into Photoshop.




•   Place them above 3d box.
•   Leave very small backlashes between sides.
•   Corners of the cube should be visible through backlashes.
•   Return to 3d box layer.
•   Apply Gradient Overlay to it.
•   Apply dark gradients to the box sides and make them edges smoother.
•   Insert paper image. You may find it on cgtextures.com




•   Cut out superfluous areas. (Load selection for cube and click Layer mask icon
•   Apply Overlay Blending Mode and Opacity 60% to this layer.




•   Duplicate cube sides and place them above Paper layr.
       o   Apply the following adjustments to right side.
o   Left side adjustments:
o   Top side adjustments:
•
o   To create more glossy effect, duplicate top side once again and apply white/transparent gradient to it. Fill should be
    about 0%.
o   Find or create any pattern with transparent background. Cut it on square parts and apply Distort transformation.
o   Apply layer style effects for top side ornament just like in the examples below.
                    •




o   Layer style adjustments for left part.
o   Layer style adjustments for right part.
                •




o   Paper edge creation.
o   Lead black line on edge of the right cube side in a new layer. (Use Line Tool 2px).
o   Apply Gaussian Blur filter to it, about 2%.
o   Load selection for right side and cut out selected part of blurred line.
o   Draw parallel white line (1px), and apply Overlay Blending Mode.




o   Create the following shape using Pen Tool.
o   Adjust Fill about 0%.




o   Apply the following adjustments to this shape.
•   In order to create shade effect, load selection for created shape, fill it with black color in a new layer.
•   Move new layer a little bit down.
•   Apply Gaussian Blur to it.
•   Reselect previous selection and cut out superfluous black area.




•   Small card creation.
       o   Create rounded rectangular using Rounded Rectangle Tool.
•   Apply the following layer styles effects to it.
•   Type any sign, merge text with rectangular and transform created layer using Distort transformation.




•   Add the new settings for card shape.
•   In order to create tape, draw the fallowing shape using Pen Tool.




•   Apply Fill = 0, and layer style effect just like in the examples below.
•   Load selection for tape and create Stroke (7px) in a new layer. Edit > Stroke (outside, white, 7 px)
•   Erase top and bottom created stroke edges.
•   Add some layer style effects.
                 •
o   Add shade effect using the same way just like in the example with paper corner on the page 7.




o   Create a cross-section tape and a bow using previous way, but play with layer style adjustments, change direction for
    gradients.
o   Create shade effect for bow. Load selection for bow shape, fill it with black color in the bottom new layer, apply small
    Gaussian Blur effect, and play with Opacity.




o   Play with Gradient Overlay adjustments.
o   Draw knot and folds.




o   Load selection for whole bow and fill it with color in a new layer.
o   Erase center part using soft brush.
o   Apply Color Overlay effect to this layer, Fill = 0%.




o   In order to create reflection, merge all layers except background.
o   Select, copy and paste into a new layers left and right sides.
o   Apply Vertical Flip transformation to them, and Distort Transformation after that.
o   Add Layers Masks to sides.
o   Fill them with black and white gradient just like in the example below.




o   Correct reflection using soft translucent brush in Layer Mask.
        o   To create shade draw blurred black stroke and apply Overlay Blending Mode to it.




                                                           And here is result!




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