Ebook Photoshop Easy-Hard part 1

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Sổ tay-Ebook hướng dẫn sử dụng Photoshop từ cơ bản đến nâng cao Gồm: -Photoshop Tutorial IV -Photoshop Tutorial EN

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  1. 3D - 3D effect Gửi bởi: Ba tuoc Monte Cristo - Mở một tài liệu mới với kích thước là 400 x 400. Nền trong suốt - Nhấn D để trả lại màu mặc định nền trước và nền sau - Tô layer đó với màu đen - Chọn Elliptical Marquee và vẽ một hình tròn như hình. Nhớ giữ phím Shift - Filter > Render > Clouds - Bỏ chọn. Ctrl-D - Stylize > Extrude với thông số sau Type: pyramids Size: 20 pixels Depth: 255 Random - Ctrl-U để mở hộp thoại tô màu với thông số sau Hue: 209 Saturation: 69
  2. Lightness: 0 Colorize: yes © www.bantayden.com - Dịch và chỉnh sửa bởi Bá tước Monte Cristo Technical Support Forum : http://vietdown.org/vbb/index.php 1950's Wall Clock Jacquelin Vanderwood 1 The first thing we want to do is create a circle with the Ellipse tool. 2 We then want to rasterize the circle by right-clicking on the layer and selecting Rasterize Layer. 3 With Layer Style opened, let's apply a shadow to the circle using the coordinates below. 4 Then an Inner Shadow is applied to the piece. 5 A Gradient Overlay is then applied to give the clock more depth. 6 Lighting Effects are then added to give the clock base more shape. Make sure to select the circle by holding down the Control key and clicking on the layer. 7 Next we will create a smaller circle and apply the same layer style to it as the clock base by right-clicking on the clock base layer and selecting Copy Layer Style and then Pasting Layer Style.
  3. 8 With the circle still selected, create a new layer. Hit X and X again to bring white to the forefront. Fill the circle with white. Duplicate the circle then move it down. Select the previous layer and click delete. Then go and delete the top layer with the white circle in it that we moved. Press Control+T to reduce the size, then rotate it. Reduce the layer opacity to 50%. Apply a Gaussian Blur. Combine the two layers. Apply a Lens Flare to it. 9 Hold the Alt key down and duplicate the ball around the clock base. You can then link and merge these layers. 10 Create a new layer underneath the two current layers. Use the Rectangle tool to create a long rectangle. 11 Add a gradient to the rectangle. 12 Apply a drop shadow making sure to uncheck Use Global Light. 13 Next duplicate that layer then rotate each piece into position. Then merge those layers. 14 Create a new layer on the top. In a vertical position, create a thin rectangle and and an oval using the shape tools. Align and merge. Rotate. 15 Create one rectangle and use the Perspective under Transform to narrow one end. For the hand part, create another square and use the same method but narrowing the perspective. Align and merge. Rotate. Merge the two hands of the clock and apply a very slight drop shadow and bevel. 16 Finally, create a new layer and using a circular gradient, create a small center button for the clock. Always remember, once your piece is
  4. complete, readjust the vibrancy of the colors by using Levels and/or Curves. Technical Support Forum : http://vietdown.org/vbb/index.php 3d Cube in Photoshop The image part with relationship ID rId6 was not found in the file. I have been asked a few times, how to make a 3d cube in Photoshop. The 3d Transform is not really the tool for that. Here is the easiest method I know. By Colin Smith www.photoshopcafe.com Start with a square. Here I made a new document 300X300, created a new layer and filled it with a gradient. Press Crtl/Cmd+T to enter free-transform mode. Right click/Cmd click... when the dropdown menu appears, select SKEW Click on the right middle square and drag up until you get your desired angle. Press Enter/return to apply the transformatoion.
  5. Duplicate the layer Enter free transform again (Ctrl/Cmd+t) Right click and this time select FLIP HORIZONTAL. Drag out the copy to the left. Hold down the shift key to keep the baselines aligned. You may also want to make this side a bit thinner by clicking the left middle square (node) and drag it in a little bit. Create a new layer and make another square and fill it with the same gradient, this time make the lightest color at the bottom left. This time while in the free transform mode... when you right click/Cmd click select DISTORT drag each corner until you get a good match. Be sure the corners fit nice and snug. This step will take a bit of practice to master.
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