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This can be seen in the example above. Navigate to Picture > Screen Sizes . Place the screen at 1200px width and 1700px height. Select the rectangular tool and paint a rectangular over the entire width of the screen and approx. 180px high. Make a new layering above the box and switch the layering to Overlay.
Strg+click on the rectangular plane. Select the rectangular. Select a paintbrush you can use to make a choice of six hundred and fifty brushes, change the colour to silver and click a few points with the paintbrush's border over the choice as shown in the picture. In this way a beautiful, subtile lighting effect is created.
A new level. Select the Crop button again and paint a thin, deep gray square as shown in the picture. When you have chosen the Square button, paint a large square about half a mile below the top square. Raise it 475px and give it a linear gradient overlays from #d2d2d0 to #ffffff, -90 directions, scaling 100%.
Now, we will produce the same lighting effect as described in step 5. Creates a new level over all currently active levels. Strg+click on the large rectangular. Select a paintbrush similar to the one shown in the picture, select a paintbrush similar to the one shown in the picture, change the colour to pure and click a few points with the border of the paintbrush over the choice.
Make a new level and plot a large rectangular of about 300px height. Use Blend to cast shadows: Next, make a new level above it and paint another line below the deepest blue line once more, using a strip of red. In this way we are able to achieve sharper corners for our contents boxes. Make a new plane and use the rectangular tool to paint a rectangular shape 50x high at the top of the screen, as shown in the picture.
Please use the shown data. Using the rounded rectangular tool, adjust the tool tip radii to five px. Create a rectangular, fill it with #f6a836 and use the following effects: fffffff, blend mode: blend, opacity: 60%, angle: 120*, distance: 7px, size: 6px. opacity: 60%, angle: 120*, distance: 7px, size: 7px. Internal lighting - Blend mode: normally, Color: now choose the rectangular with Ctrl+Click.
Add a new top level, switch the blend modus to blend on top and apply the same effect as described in 5, this with a smaller paintbrush area. Let's make the field now. Using the rounded rectangle tool, radii five px, construct a find field located on the right side of the raster layouts and in the center of the upper grey strip from the 4th steps.
Apply these layerstyles: #00000000, blend mode: I' ve added the text "Search" and a grey GO icon. Up to now we have many levels and need to organise things a little so we will be creating a new levels directory and calling it "search". Choose all the levels that make up the lookup box and simply click + dragging inside the new file.
Later, we will organise more contents within the folder so that we have a beautiful, organised layers pallet. Next, make a new level and drag a "Log In" badge just like we made the find box - half the width. Smaller sizes of brushes should be used. Now, we come back to our layers organisation, which was discussed a few previous stages.
Make a new empty layers directory and name it "top_bar". Make another empty layers directory and name it "header". At the moment our headers look a little simple, so we will be adding the same lighting effect everywhere else on the page. Creates a new empty level above it and sets the overlap state.
Choose a large smooth bristle scrubber size 6000px, colour #ffffff and click a few time in the area below the nav. Use the Free Transform tool to rotate the first picture and then the other. Use the rectangular tent tool to make a choice from outside the lower part to the center of the first mirrored picture.
They should have a choice similar to the one shown in the picture. By pressing the erase button a few occasions you will produce a beautiful blurred reflectance of the source picture. For the second picture, do the same again. To highlight these two pictures a little, make a new layering and switch the layering on.
Do the effect described in step 5. When you look at the finished picture previews, you will see that we have beautiful index cards in the Contents area. We have to do a few additional operations to make these tab pages, but it's definitely rewarding. First use the Rounded rectangular tool to generate a large rectangular form.
Raise it 70/px and a radii of 10/px or more if you like. We have to get the ground out of the way and make a perfectly good angle out of it. Select the Direct Selection Tools and click on the formstrap. Select the line tools and adjust it to 1x.
Line up grey dividing lines while you hold down the Shift button. We need to find a way to do this. In order to make the current tabs clearer, we will give them a pale colored backdrop. You do this by first selecting the entire item and then subtracting from the list to choose only the first one.
Your choice should look like this. Use a smaller paintbrush to draw on a blank backdrop. Make a darkgrey square behind the tab pages as shown in the picture. Click the small symbol at the bottom of the Layers pane to insert a small graphic template. Turn the colour to blacks, select a large smooth paintbrush and begin to delete parts of the square.
Mark a line on the bottom of the index card in grey colour (1px). Reuse the masking of the layers as described above and use a large smooth paintbrush to remove the right and wrong ends of the line. That'?s how our tab should look. Equipped with a designer picture. In addition sketch a square with a bright grey edge of 1 px and a very delicate cast shade effect.
Copy this level and turn it easily with the Free Transform tool. Imports your picture and places it over the square corners. Don't be afraid, if the picture flows outside the speakers, we'll fix it. Choose from the upper box, go to Choose > Change > Contract and add five.
Click the Quick Mask symbol at the bottom of our Layers palette with the picture plane on it. The result is a beautifully framed picture effect, as can be seen here in the picture. Your layers order should look like this. Therefore, you should add more layers folder and organise your pallet. Another shift organisation.
First, paint a large pale grey rectangular with a height of about 220 px. Gimme him a px grey edge. Paint another lighter rectangular 10 px smaller on all sides. You can also create a px edge of grey1. Create a large rectangular shape with a height of 400 px, deep grey. Apply a lighting effect as described in step 5.
Next, create a tenpx high rectangular over the bottom line and create a subtile effect by appending two more top and bottom line, as shown in the picture. Place, move down and abouttypx high. Put it at the bottom of your screen. Remember that you may need to extend your screen at this point to make all your artwork work.
When you need to do this, go to Page > Canvas sizes and adjust the elevation to match the overall look of the page. Lastly, organise all your levels in the level folder. Now it' s your turn to add more great looks. Keep in mind that with only two or three Photoshop utilities you can make beautiful web sites with great care and detail.