- Now create new layer with your selection still active, go to edit
> stroke > 3px black inside and then go to filter > blur >
gausian blur > radius 6.0Now press “ctrl + D” to deselct your
selection and your done.
on that same layer, click the little ‘f’ in the layers pallete and
select outer glow. Set the color to white, mode to color dodge and size
to 7. Everything else can remain. Now press ok and then change that
layers blend mode to ‘Overlay’ and drop the opacity to about 79%.6. Now
create a new layer above your Elipse_Highlight layer and name it ‘Hot
Spot’. Now set white as your foreground color and then grab about a
9pixel soft brush and just rub a small blotch in about the top left of
your elipse highlight. Make sure your brush is set to 100% opacity,
remember we want this spot to catch alot of light. Then apply an outer
glow with the settings below
Step 4:Now we got that done it’s time to make the rounded edges more
smooth which is VERY easy to do.Ctrl+leftclick “box” layer, this will
make a selection. Then hit this icon:
going from top to bottom while holding shift fill your new layer with
that gradient. Now press ctrl+d to deselect and then go to edit>Free
Transform and now holding shift, grab the bottom right corner and scale
it down a bit, press enter to commit the transform and then move it to
the mid top part of your Elipse.
go back to our ‘Elipse Layer’ and apply an inner Shadow with THESE
settings. Notice how I jump from layer to layer. I never completely
finish a layer because there is always tweaking to do, each layer feeds
off each other.7. Now lets do a little work to our ‘Inset’ layer. Now
click the little ‘f’ and select ‘Gradient Overlay’ and apply THESE
settings. Next I lowered the stroke opacity for the inset layer down to
about 50 or so.
Step 7:Add these blending options to the “box” layer, right click in
layers pallete choose blending options.
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Now with your selection still active create new layer and go to edit
> stroke > 1px Black Inside. Set the opacity of this layer to 70%
Now with your selection still active create new layer go to select
> modify > contract > 1px than fill it with black. Then apply
these blending options
Now lets move on to our elipse because its feeling a little neglected.
Click on your elipse layer and then click the littel ‘f’ and apply an
inner glow with THESE settings. Now ctrl+click your ‘Elipse’ layer and
then set ‘white’ as your foreground color, now Create a new layer above
your elipse layer and name it ‘Elipse_Highlight’. Now grab your linear
gradeint tool and then set your gradient to ‘Foreground to Transparent’
(Second Block over in your gradeint pallete’ See Image Below).
Begin with a new file, 500×500, and with “black” as your background
color. Then create a new layer in the layers palette.
Now take Rounded Rectangular Tool, set radius to “7 px” and create
similiar shape to the one below, fill the shape with “white”.
looking pretty good, but lets keep going. We still need to smooth out
those blotches a bit for our base layer highlights and shadows.
Ctrl+Click the Base layer and then select the ‘Highlight’ layer above
it. Now grab your smudge tool and set the tip to about a 19pxl hard
round. Then up top, set its strength to about 12% and just start making
long strokes to the oter edges and just keep blending the shadows
around, etc. Just play with it! If you think your gonna mess up just
make you a duplicate of it and hide it. I then applied a slight
dropshadow to my base layer.
Step 1:Create new file with dimensions 400x300px.Fill it with color:
#eaeaea with the paint bucket (set foreground to #eaeaea, select
paintbucket and click somewhere in the project.