Monday, April 13, 2009

Photoshop tutorials trafic light


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This is the final output of the image.


Step 1.

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Step 2.

Now set the Foreground and Background Color.

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Step 3.

Go to Filter>Render>Clouds.

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Step 4.

Take the Rectangular Marquee Tool create a new shape make the new layer and fill with this color coding #333945.

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Step 5.

Create a new shape with the help of Polygonal Lasso Tool make the new layer and fill with this color coding #333945.

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Step 6.

Go to Blending Option select the Bevel and Emboss use these settings.

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Step 7.

Your image will be as shown below.

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Step 8.

Create a new shape with the help of Polygonal Lasso Tool make the new layer and fill with this color coding #333945.

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Step 9.

Go to Blending Option select the Bevel and Emboss use these settings.

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Step 10.

Your image will be as shown below.

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Step 11.

Create a new shape with the help of Elliptical Marquee Tool make the new layer and fill with blcak color.

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Step 12.

And now go to Blending Option use the following settings.

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Step 13.

Your image will be as shown below.

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Step 14.

Make the 2 more copy of previous shape layer, and change the “Color Overlay” Color.

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Step 15.

Take the Shape Tool and select this one.

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Step 16.

Go to Blending Option select the Bevel and Emboss use these settings.

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Step 17.

Your image will be as shown below.

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Step 18.

Make the copy of previous shape layer.

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Step 19.

Take the Rectangular Marquee Tool create a shape, make the new layer.

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Step 20.

Take the Gradient Tool use these settings.

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Step 21.

Fill the selection with the help of Gradient Tool.

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Step 22.

Create a new shape with the help of Polygonal Lasso Tool make the new layer.

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Step 23.

Take the Gradient Tool use these settings.

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Step 24.

Fill the selection with the help of Gradient Tool.

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Step 25.

Now make the 2 more copy of previous shape layer.

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Step 26.

Now make the 3 more copy of previous shape layer move these 3 layers underneath the first layer.

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Step 27.

Then take the Shape Tool and select this one.

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Step 28.

Make the new layer and create a shape fill with this color coding #1A5C7F.

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Step 29.

See below for final photoshop output image. I hope this is a good tutorial and you can use these photoshop tips in your graphics design project.

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1 Comments:

At April 18, 2009 at 4:57 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Honestly ... This is Lousy !!

Please do not promote mediocrity !!

I'm sure you're capable of better. Show us that.

 

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