Photoshop Object Sphere Tutorial
List of tutorials for Photoshop Object Sphere
artifexmag.com,27 Images, 1019 words
This is the first Artifex magazine Photoshop background tutorial which will show how the cool background of the magazine identity was made. We will be using Photoshop CS6 version and will use some of it's great features like the blur tool on a Smart ..
webdesignstudien.de,12 Images, 358 words
1) First you have to make a new Flashpattern. For this case open a new document (File-New). 800 to 600 pixel. Description: 3) After generating the Lightning go to Edit-Define Pattern and click OK. If you are not willing to spend time for generating t..
phong.com,14 Images, 843 words
1 Create a new image 400x400 pixels. Make a new layer and then disable visibility on the Background Layer, by clicking the eye icon next to that layer. Using the Elliptical Marquee Tool (shown right), hold down Shift, and create a circular selection,..
tutorialwiz.com,11 Images, 236 words
In this tutorial, we'll be creating a 3D spherical cage and then put an object inside it.. Start a new document, size 20px wide by 4px high, and set Background Contents: Transparent Select the pencil tool brush size 5, then stroke the left edge of th..
biorust.com,6 Images, 647 words
Spheres are a dietary staple of the interface design professional, and make their way into many different designs, whether by choice or just plain habit. This is not a coincidence - carefully crafted 3D-effect spheres are one of the most visually pl..
v4studios.com,8 Images, 104 words
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webdesign.org,9 Images, 521 words
1. Create a new 500x500 pixel document with a resolution of 100 and name it Crystal. Now select a medium-light blue and fill the document. Name this layer 'background'. 2. Next, create a new layer and name it 'sphere'. Use the elliptical marquee tool..