Monthly Archives: June 2017
Additive colors are created using a method that combines many different shades. Red, green and blue are the main colors that are used in the additive model. Combinations of two of these colors create an additional color: cyan, magenta, or yellow.
You often see RGB images on TVs and computer monitors. This mode can only be used by devices that generate light. An image made in RGB is only suitable for printing on a digital printer.
If you want the layout to be professionally printed, you will have to change the color mode to CMYK.
CMYK stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. This is a subtractive model, the opposite of RGB. In it, colors are subtracted from natural white light into pigments, which are then printed on paper with tiny dots. For example, subtracting magenta from yellow will give red. Continue reading
The first thing to do is to create the main form of the symbol of a miracle woman.
The main secret is to put all the shapes on different layers. You can achieve this by copying and pasting, importing, selecting and creating layers from this selection. The main thing is that you have a separate layer for each part. We will apply some layer styles in the next steps.
Select the lower, largest shape of the logo, (colored blue in my image). Then go to Layers> Layer Style> Emboss. Use the values below. We will also add Texture, Inner Shadow, and Color Overlay.
In the “Texture” style, use a metal pattern. This is easy to do: use Google to find images with a metal texture. Open it in Photoshop and select everything, then go to Edit> Define Pattern. After that, you can use it in layer styles. Continue reading