Girls washing cars photos

Girls washing cars photos

Girls washing cars photos
6 JPG | 6000×4000 | 300 dpi | 35.28 Mb

Great for flyer designs, web design and just for fun and edit :)

 

Download:

 

Incoming search terms:

  • car wash psd
  • picwashing car girls
  • car wash flyer psd
  • pic washing car girls jpg
  • girls washing cars
  • car wash logo psd
  • car wash psd free
  • girl washing car
  • cum girls psd girls
  • girl washing car psd

preview

Create A Vector Gold Medal-Photoshop Tutorial

In this weeks new tutorial I’ll be demonstrating how easy it is to create a clean, crisp, gold medal vector in adobe photoshop. You can download the PSD file for free at the end of the tutorial.

What We’ll Be Creating

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Getting Started…

Create a new document (Ctrl + N) with the dimensions 2274 x 2540 with any colored background. Select the background layer from within the layers window, then right click and go to “Layer From Background”. Doing this will unlock the background making it editable. Now add a “Gradient Overlay” to the background layer using the settings below.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Now, select the “Ellipse Tool” (U) and drag out a big ellipse onto the canvas.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Label the first ellipse layer “Inside”, then create a further two more circles underneath the “Inside” layer. The two new circles should be slightly bigger towards the bottom.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Label the two new circles “Edge” and “Outer” as shown in the image above.

Adding The Styles

It doesn’t look much like a medal at the moment so lets go ahead and add some styles to what we’ve created so far. Add the following layer styles to the “Outer” layer.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Now, add the following layer styles the “Edge” layer.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

And finally, add the following layer styles to the “Inside” layer.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Adding Some Detail

Inside the medal create two new circles using the “Ellipse Tool” (U). Label the two new circle layers “Indent #1? and “Indent #2?.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Add the following layer styles to the “Indent #1? layer.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

You should have something like this.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Now to the “Indent #2? layer add the following layer styles.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

The medal so far should look like this.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Completing The Medal Detail

Select the “Rectangular Marquee Tool” (M) then create two rectangles which exceed over the medal. Fill (G) the rectangles with the color white #ffffff.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Select the “Free Transform Tool” (Ctrl + T) then rotate the two rectangles so there roughly about 120 degree’s.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Once rotated, blur the rectangles by about 4 pixels by going to “Filter > Blur > Guassian Blur”. Set the rectangles layer opacity to around 17% then load a selection around the “Edge” layer.

Quick Tip:

To load a selection simply click the little layer thumbnail whilst holding down the Ctrl key on the keyboard.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Inverse the selection by going to “Select > Inverse” then hit the delete key on keyboard to remove the excess from around the medal. Now select the “Type Tool” (T) and add “1st” into the middle of the medal, the text color should be #cd9701.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Add the following layer styles to the text layer.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

For this next part we’ll be using a star out of the pre-made custom shapes library. Select the “Custom Shapes Tool” (U) then select the star from the list of shapes.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Once you have selected the star, drag one onto the canvas at the bottom of the medal.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Now, duplicate the star 6 times, place 3 smaller stars on one side of the bigger star, then repeat for the other side. Once your happy with the star placement add the following layer styles to each star.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

The stars should look like this.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Repeat the steps above so you have two sets of stars, 7 at the top and 7 at the bottom.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Building The Strap Buckle’s

Select the “Rounded Rectangle Tool” (U) then drag out a rectangle at the top of the medal.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Were now going to warp the top of the rectangle to make it rounded in the middle. Go to “Edit > Transform > Warp” then warp the middle of the rectangle.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Now add a “Gradient Overlay” to the rectangle using the settings below.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Were now going to create the loop and joints, start off by creating two circles using the “Ellipse Tool” (U).

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

After creating the two circles create another set of circles, like a donut shape.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

To the two small circles add a “Gradient Overlay” using the settings below.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Add the following layer styles to the donut shaped circle.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

You should have something like this.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Above the top circle create a rounded rectangle using the “Rounded Rectangle Tool” (U), subtract the center of the rectangle so it kind of looks like a paper clip.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Duplicate the shape then shift it down a couple of pixels using the “Move Tool” (V).

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

To the duplicate rectangle add a “Color Overlay” using the settings below.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Finally add a “Gradient Overlay” to the top shape using the settings below.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

You should have something like this.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Creating The Straps

Select the “Pen Tool” (P) then create a rectangular shape with diagonal sides. Make sure the bottom of the rectangular shape hangs over the buckle at the bottom.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Duplicate the layer and flip it horizontally, then shift the duplicated strap over towards the right side of the buckle.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Add a “Gradient Overlay” to the left strap using the settings below.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Add the following layer styles to the right strap.

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

Learn To Create A Gold Medal

To add a little bit of texture to the strap you could add a pattern.

Credit to:

http://www.photoshop-plus.co.uk

Incoming search terms:

  • 3d text psd free download
  • wedding psd file free download
  • gold banner psd
  • psd medal
  • vector backgrounds psd free download
  • free gold medal psd
  • gold medal ribbon
  • MEDAL RIBBON PSD
  • gold medal photoshop tutorial
  • psd file free download backgrounds

school_bell

Ornate Bell-Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

In this Illustrator tutorial, I’ll demonstrate how to create an ornate bell using Adobe Illustrator. The creation process is quite simple: We will create shapes using the Pen Tool and Pathfinder Panel, as well as mix and match color gradients until we achieve a nice 3D result. Let’s get down to business!

Preview

Step 1: Set Up a New Illustrator Document

Open up Illustrator and create a new document by pressing Ctrl/Cmd + N. Set the artboard’s size to 400×500px.

Step 2: Create the Basic Outline

When you have to draw an object with symmetrical sides, it’s much easier to create just one side and then make a mirror copy of it — this not only saves time, but more importantly, ensures that the two sides are identical and symmetrical.

First, Grab the Pen Tool (P) and draw just one side of the bell.

Select the vector path we just drew with the Selection Tool (V) and then choose Object > Transform > Reflect. Choose the Vertical option and then click on the Copy button to create a mirror image of the vector path.

Hold down Shift (to constrain the movement horizontally) and then drag the copy to the right until the upper terminal anchor points match.

Grab the Direct Selection Tool (A) and select only the endpoints of both paths. Right-click on the anchor points and choose Join in the menu that appears.

Let’s completely close the path. Switch to the Pen Tool (P) and click on the lower endpoints to close the path. Remove the Stroke and set the Fill color of the vector object to red just to make things easier to see (we will change this color later on).

Step 3: Dividing the Bell Shape into Segments

We have to try to get rid of the flatness of our bell. In order to do that, we will divide the shape of the bell into several segments, and then we’ll fill those segments with color gradients to simulate a 3D appearance later on.

With the Pen Tool, draw two arcs as shown below.

Switch to the Selection Tool (V) to select the shape of the bell and one of the arcs, and then, in the Pathfinder Panel (press Shift + Ctrl/Cmd + F9 if the panel is hidden), click on the Divide button. This segments our bell shape into two parts.

While the resultant object is still selected, ungroup it (Shift + Ctrl/Cmd + G). Then select the lower part of the bell shape and the other arc, then hit the Divide button again. This will create the lowest part of the bell. Our bell shape should now be divided into 3 parts.

Step 4: Create the Bottom of the Bell

Grab the Ellipse Tool (L) and create an ellipse for the lower part of the bell. Make sure to match the anchor points on the left and right so that you end up with smooth, contiguous sides.

Step 5: Divide the Upper Part in Half

Now we have to divide the upper part of the bell in half. This will enable us to apply color gradients more easily.

Choose the Line Tool (/) and draw a straight vertical line down the middle of the bell.

To make sure the vertical line is dead-smack at the center, select all the segments of the bell and the vertical line, then, in the Align Panel (Press Shift + F7 to toggle the panel’s visibility), click on the Horizontal Align Center button.

Next, select the line and just the upper part of the bell. Then press the Divide button in the Pathfinder Panel.

Ungroup (Shift + Ctrl/Cmd + G) the resultant object and then get ready for some fun. We’re going to apply gradients next!

Step 6: Applying Color Gradients

Let’s choose some good colors and create color gradients to make our bell come alive.

To start, make sure the Gradient Panel is open; if you can’t locate it in your workspace, go to Window > Gradient or press Ctrl/Cmd + F9. We will apply the same radial gradient to both upper sides of the bell.

For the middle part of the bell, we will use a linear gradient.

And for the lower part of the bell, we will also use a linear gradient.

For the ellipse, we will use linear gradients too.

Let’s create the thickness of the bell. To do this, we have to duplicate the ellipse we already have and then we need to scale it down.

Apply the radial gradient as shown below.

Step 7: Adding Reflections and Shadows

In this step, we will create the necessary reflections and shadows in order to be accurate with the light source.

Golden objects are capable of reflecting light in different ways. We will use that ability to create all sorts of reflections (dark, light, semi-transparent, etc.).

In this process, the Pathfinder Panel will have a major role.

Select all parts of the bell, except the ellipses. Duplicate them (Ctrl/Cmd + C, Ctrl/Cmd + F) and unite them using the Unite Pathfinder command.

To create a reflection, we will have to combine a copy of the shape we’ve just created with the copy of the different parts of the bell. Let’s try this out to see what we can create.

Duplicate the green shape of the bell and, in the Layers Panel, lock the original object and then hide it. We will save the shape for later, but for now, we lock and hide it so it won’t disturb us as we continue working.

Select the visible copy of the green shape and nudge it 2px to the right and 2px down.

Duplicate all three visible parts of the left side of the bell. Then, make three copies of the green shape (one for each of the duplicate parts).

Combine each copy of the bell with each copy of the green shape using the Minus Front button in the Pathfinder Panel. This will create small reflection shapes on the left side of the bell.

Set the Fill color of the reflection to #FFFABC.

Select the remaining green shape of the bell and move it to the right a little bit more.

Create the copy of the upper part of the bell on the left side and a copy of the green shape. Select both copies and hit the Minus Front button in the Pathfinder Panel.

Apply a linear gradient to the new shape.

In order to create another reflection, repeat the previous process.

Copy the green shape and move the copy to the right. Select both shapes and, in the Pathfinder Panel, click on the Minus Front button.

We have to intersect the shape with other parts of the bell. Create copies of each part of the bell on the left side and two copies of the green shape. Select each copy of the bell and the copy of the green shape and click on the Intersect button in the Pathfinder Panel.

Apply a linear gradient to the new shapes.

For the right side of the bell, we will need a few reflections and a couple of shadows as well.

I think you get the idea of how to create all the shapes you need, so I’ll let you make them yourself. You just have to combine different shapes and fill them with the right colors.

Now it is time to unlock and toggle the visibility of the green shape we created earlier. You will need it to create the shadows and reflections on the right side of the bell.

For the shadows, apply the linear gradient below.

Feel free to play around with gradients until you achieve a desirable result.

Also, create a small edge reflection on the right side.

Step 8: Create Horizontal Curvatures

We want to reinforce the shape of the bell better. To do this, we should define the curvatures of the bell horizontally.

Duplicate the middle part of the bell twice and nudge one of the copies a few pixels downwards. You can scale up the copy if needed. Select both copies and, under the Pathfinder Panel, click on the Minus Front button. The resultant object should be a horizontal strip.

Apply the radial gradient on the horizontal strip as shown below.

Now we need to intersect the shape with the reflections and shadows we made earlier. This means we need to make copies of each part we want to use to intersect.

Create another strip below the first one and give it a radial gradient.

We need highlights now. Using the same technique for creating reflections, try to create fine highlighted edges on the strips. Give the highlights a thickness of about 1px.

Set the Fill color of the highlights to #FFFABC.

Step 9: Create a Shadow Inside the Bell

Now we need a shadow inside the bell. Select the inner ellipse of the bell and copy it in front. Grab the Ellipse Tool (L) from the Tools Panel and create the blue ellipse shown below.

Select the blue ellipse and the inner ellipse copy and then, under the Pathfinder Panel, hit the Minus Front button.

Apply the linear gradient shown below in order to create the inner shadow.

Step 10: Creating a Clapper

Bells need a clapper inside it to make sound; it’s the component of a bell that hits the inner walls of the bell to make ringing sounds.

To start, grab the Ellipse Tool (L) and create a circle at the bottom right of the bell.

Duplicate the inner ellipse of the bell. Select the duplicate and the red circle we created and press the Intersect button in the Pathfinder Panel.

All we need is to apply a nice radial gradient in order to give the clapper a 3D appearance.

Duplicate the clapper, apply the linear gradient shown below, rotate it a bit and send it behind the clapper. This is the shadow the clapper is creating on the inner wall of the bell.

Step 11: Create a Crown

We now need to create a handle on top of the bell (known as the crown). To create a crown, we will need two ellipses and a few reflections.

To begin, grab the Ellipse Tool (L) and create two circles on top of each other, with the one on top smaller than the one below it. Make sure that the inner circle is centered on the bigger circle by using the Horizontal Align Center and Vertical Align Center command in the Align Panel.

Select both circles and press the Minus Front button in the Pathfinder Panel.

Apply the linear gradient shown below.

Next, we will create a highlight object. Duplicate the crown twice. Move them to form a highlighting shape, select them both and then hit the Minus Front button in the Pathfinder Panel. Then give the highlight object a linear gradient (as shown below).

Select all the parts of the crown, group it (Ctrl/Cmd + G) and place it on the top of the bell. Send it back (Shift/Ctrl/Cmd + [).

At the end, you can add decorations such as a sign or a colorful ribbon, as I have below.

Tutorial Summary

Lots of people have trouble with the Pen Tool, but thankfully the Pathfinder commands allow us to make sophisticated illustrations using simple shape-drawing tools such as the Ellipse Tool. With a lot of imagination, there is almost nothing you can’t create with Pathfinder commands.

I hope you liked the tutorial. Thank you for reading!

Download Source Files

Credit to:

http://designinstruct.com

Incoming search terms:

  • school bell
  • ribbon tutorial in illustrator
  • photoshop medals tutorial
  • adobe illustrator path finder tutorials
  • make a crown shape in psd
  • free ornate banner psd
  • free vector school bell
  • photoshop bell tutorial
  • school bell background
  • bell ribbon psd

preview

Vintage Starburst: Texture Pack[designinstruct]

This freebie features a vintage-themed starburst, set on top of an aged paper background. This free texture pack comes in 36 color combinations and in JPG format. They’re very large (3600×3600px) and high-resolution.

Preview

Vintage Starburst Texture 01

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 02

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 03

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 04

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 05

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 06

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 07

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 08

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 09

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 10

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 11

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 12

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 13

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 14

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 15

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 16

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 17

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 18

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 19

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 20

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 21

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 22

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 23

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 24

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 25

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 26

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 27

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 28

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 29

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 30

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 31

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 32

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 33

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 34

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 35

Download

Vintage Starburst Texture 36

Download

Details

  • File format: JPG
  • Size: 3600×3600px
  • Licensing: Commercial and personal work under Design Instruct Downloadable Freebie Files
  • Limitation of use: Do not redistribute or sell files
  • Number of items: 36
  • Number of files: 36

Download Source Files

Incoming search terms:

  • TEXTURE VINTAGE
  • starburst psd
  • psd logo
  • vintage texture
  • starburst vector
  • starburst background free
  • TEXTURES
  • starburst background psd
  • psd starburst
  • vintage textures

Sponsored Ads

Ad
metal_buttons

Free Vectors Pack – Metal Buttons[vectorboom]

There are nine illustrations in this pack. The license allows you to use them in your commercial client projects as well, see the download file for details. The illustrations can be colored any way you choose, as it’s all vector in EPS 8 format!

Credit to:

Incoming search terms:

  • metal vector backgrounds
  • metal free icon
  • metal button psd vector
  • VECTOR METAL button EPS download
  • metal button illustrator
  • metal icon psd
  • metal buttons photoshop
  • freeware vector metal buttons effects
  • 100 vector metallic icons kolopach
  • METALLIC BUTTONS TEMPLATE

thumb

15 High-Res Lens Flare Textures

There are different kinds of flares, different colors, etc, so that’s cool. I’m attaching a preview of a few of them below, but there are 15 total textures. Be sure to check out Sky-Textures.com for more high-quality textures.

Credit to:

Sky-Textures.com

http://thinkdesignblog.com

Incoming search terms:

  • lens flare psd
  • lens flare texture
  • flare psd
  • psd lens flare
  • lens flare psd files
  • flares psd
  • flare texture
  • lens flare textures
  • Lens Flare psd free download
  • sun flare psd

60-Free-Design-Templates-and-PSD-Files

60 Free Design Templates and PSD Files

Free .psd resources are of great importance as they can provide huge benefits to those who just started learning Photoshop or for designers who want to use a template in their design but don’t have enough time to make it. Today I have collected 60 high-quality graphic design free .psd files; they can be huge time saver and informative for designers and beginners. You don’t need to create these files again because they are already out there. I hope you will like this collection

1. Android Logo HD

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

2. Apple

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

3. Apple iPhone 4

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

4. Apple Logo HD

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

5. Apple remote

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

6. Audi R8 GTR

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

7. Battery

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

8. BlackBerry Bold

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

9. Customizable Folders

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

10. Dell Vostro

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

11. Dogtags

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

12. DVD Case Inlay

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

13. DVD Case

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

14. DVD Label

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

15. DVD Plastic Case

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

16. Free Film Frame

Free-PSD-Photoshop-ResourcesFree-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

17. Free psd apple display

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

18. Soda Can Template

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

19. Globe Resource

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

20. Google Nexus One Redux

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

21. GRUNGE BOX

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

22. HDTV Resource

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

23. Headphones

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

24. High Res PSD Planets

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

25. HTC Desire HD

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

26. HTC HD2

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

27. HTC Incredible

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

28. HTC Touch Diamond

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

29. iPad PSD

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

30. iPhone 3G-3GS PSD

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

31. iPod Classic

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

32. iPod Nano

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

33. iPod Touch

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

34. iVista Icon

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

35. Lamborghini Murcielago

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

36. LCD UltraHD

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

37. Lock

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

38. MacBook Pro

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

39. Macbook

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

40. Microsoft ZUNE

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

41. Motorola Droid X

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

42. NEW skateboard template

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

43. Newspaper template

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

44. Photoshop Preset Icons

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

45. Pixel Arrows Pack 01

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

46. PSD Hair stock

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

47. PSD Speakers

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

48. Retro clock

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

49. RIM Blackberry

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

50. Snowboard deck

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

51. Sofa PSD

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

52. Sony PSP

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

53. StormTrooper Icon

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

54. Stratocaster Classic

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

55. TShirt vector template

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

56. Wakeboard Template

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

57. Web 2.0 peeling sticker

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

58. Windows 7 Box

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

59. Xbox 360

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

60. Zune HD

Free-PSD-Photoshop-Resources

Incoming search terms:

  • template spanduk psd
  • design spanduk psd
  • template spanduk photoshop
  • free photoshop hair effect psd
  • spanduk psd
  • ipad psd
  • psd design template
  • free design templates
  • download template spanduk psd
  • design FOTO psd free

preview

Colored Vintage Paper Texture Pack[designinstruct]

This free set of 20 vintage/aged paper textures contains textures that are each 3600×3600px in size, high-resolution, and in JPG format. I use textures a lot in my illustrations and in my tutorials, so I made a variety of colors so that I would have a library to choose from. Now, I’m sharing them with you. Use these textures as backgrounds or for adding textured elements in your designs, illustrations, photos, and so forth.

Preview

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 01 (Aqua)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 02 (Blue)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 03 (Brown)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 04 (Dark Blue)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 05 (Deep Blue)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 06 (Deep Green)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 07 (Deep Orange)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 08 (Deep Red)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 09 (Grey)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 10 (Light Yellow)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 11 (Lime)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 12 (Magenta)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 13 (Midnight Black)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 14 (Moss Green)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 15 (Orange)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 16 (Pink)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 17 (Purple)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 18 (Red)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 19 (Sea Green)

Download

Colored Vintage Paper Texture 20 (Yellow)

Download

Details

  • File format: JPG
  • Size: 3600×3600px
  • Licensing: Commercial and personal work under Design Instruct Downloadable Freebie Files
  • Limitation of use: Do not redistribute or sell files
  • Number of items: 20
  • Number of files: 20

Download Source Files

Credit to:

http://designinstruct.com

Incoming search terms:

  • psd background
  • vintage photoshop texture
  • wedding backgrounds for photoshop
  • colored paper
  • brown paper texture photoshop
  • banner background psd
  • texture psd
  • moss texture
  • pink backgrounds for photoshop
  • deep texture

Sponsored Ads

Ad
speaker00

Audio Speaker-Illustrator Tutorial

In the following steps I will show you how to create a nice audio speaker in Adobe Illustrator. You will only need a simple circle. Using the Appearance panel, seventeen fills, five stroke plus numerous effects you will reach the result shown in the image below. Give it a try and you might be impressed by the power of the Appearance panel.

Tutorial Details

  • Difficulty: Intermediate
  • Estimated Completion Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Number of Steps: 20

This is What You’ll Be Creating

step00

Step 1

Create a 300 by 300, RGB document then pick the Ellipse Tool(L). Click on your artboard, enter 215 in the width and height boxes then click OK. This will create a 215 by 215px shape. Fill it with R=65 G=64 B=66 then open the fly-out menu of the Appearance panel and click on Add New Fill. This will add a second fill for your shape. Select it from the Appearance panel and make it black. Return to the first fill, select it and go to Effect > Stylize > Inner Glow. Enter the data shown below, click OK then move to the second fill. First, lower its opacity to 5% then go to Effect > Artistic > Film Grain. Enter the data shown and click OK. Now, your shape should look like in the image below.

step1

Step 2

Add a third fill for your shape. Select it from the Appearance panel, move it below the existing fills and use the linear gradient shown below. The white numbers from the gradient image stands for Location percentage. With this fill selected go to Effect > Distort&Transform > Transform. Drag the Scale-Horizontal and the Scale-Vertical sliders to 115%, click OK then go to Effect > Stylize > Inner Glow. Enter the data shown in the following image then click OK.

step2

Step 3

Select the fill made in the previous step and click on the Duplicate Selected Item button from the bottom of the Appearance panel. Obviously, this will duplicate the fill made in the previous step. Select this copy, remove the Inner Glow effect then lower its opacity to 25% and change the blending mode to Overlay. Next, you will need a nice pattern for this fill. Open the fly-out menu of the Swatches panel and go to Open Swatch Library > Pattern > Basic Graphics > Basic Graphics_Textures. A new window with a group of cool patterns should open. Make sure that the newest fill is selected and click on the USGS 21 Intraticate Surface pattern. Now, your shape should look like in the image below.

step3

Step 4

Add a new fill for your shape and make sure that it is placed in the top of the Appearance panel, above all other fills. Select it, use the linear gradient shown below then go to Effect > Distort&Transform > Transform. Drag the Scale-Horizontal and the Scale-Vertical sliders to 83% and click OK.

step4

Step 5

Duplicate the fill made in the previous step. Select this new fill. Replace the exiting gradient with the one shown in the following image then open the Transform effect (from the Appearance panel) and drag the slider to 82,5%.

step5

Step 6

Again, duplicate the fill made in the previous step. Select this new fill, replace the linear gradient with the color shown below (R=35 G=35 B=40) then open the Transform effect and drag the sliders to 79%.

step6

Step 7

Once again, duplicate the fill made in the previous step. Select this new fill, replace the color with the linear gradient shown below then open the Transform effect and drag the sliders to 76%.

step7

Step 8

One more time, duplicate the fill made in the previous step. Select this copy, replace the gradient with the color shown below (R=40 G=40 B=40) then open the Transform effect and drag the sliders to 74%.

step8

Step 9

One last time, duplicate the fill made in the previous step. Select this fresh fill, set its color at R=65 G=64 B=66 then open the Transform effect. Drag the sliders to 70%, click OK then go to Effect > Stylize > Inner Glow and enter the data shown below.

step9

Step 10

Make two copies of the fill made in the previous step. Select each of these new fills, remove the Inner Glow effect then use the radial gradient shown below. The yellow aero from the gradient image stands for Opacity percentage.

step10

Step 11

Duplicate one of the fills made in the previous step. Select this new fill, replace the gradient with the USGS 7 Vineyard pattern then duplicate it. Select this new fill, lower its opacity to 15% and replace the pattern with the color shown below (R=35 G=31 B=32).

step11

Step 12

Duplicate the first fill made in the previous step (the one with the pattern). Select this new fill, move it in the top of the Appearance panel, replace the pattern with the color shown in the following image (R=40 G=40 B=40) then open the Transform effect and drag the sliders at 20%.

step12

Step 13

Again, duplicate the fill made in the previous step. Select this fresh fill, replace the color with the linear gradient shown below then open the Transform effect and drag the sliders at 16%.

step13

Step 14

Once again, duplicate the fill made in the previous step. As usual, open the Transform effect and drag the sliders to 15% then replace the existing gradient with the one shown in the following image.

step14

Step 15

Now, it’s time to add some strokes. Add a 0.5pt, white stroke. Lower its opacity to 30% then open the Stroke panel (Window > Stroke) and click on the Align to Outside button.

step15

Step 16

Select your shape, open the fly-out menu of the Appearance panel and click on Add New Stroke. This will add a new stroke for your shapes. Select it and set the color at R=128 G=130 B=133. Align it to outside, lower its opacity to 50% then go to Effect > Distort&Transform > Transform. Enter 100,5 in the Scale-Horizontal and Scale-Vertical boxes then click OK. Select this fresh stroke and click on the Duplicate Selected Item button from the bottom of the Appearance panel. Obviously, this will create a copy of the selected stroke. Select it, raise its opacity to 100%, set the color at R=147 G=149 B=152 then open the Transform effect and drag the sliders to 114%.

step16

Step 17

Duplicate the last stroke made in the previous step. Select this fresh stroke and make it 6pt wide. Set the color at R=65 G=64 B=66 then open the Transform effect and drag the sliders at 104%. Next, open the Stroke panel. Click on the Round Cap and Align to Outside buttons then check the Dashed Line box and enter 0 in the dash box and 113 in the gap box. With this stroke still selected add the Inner Glow (Effect > Stylize > Inner Glow) and the Drop Shadow (Effect > Stylize > Drop Shadow) effects shown below.

step17

Step 18

Duplicate the stroke made in the previous step. Select this new stroke. Remove the Inner Glow and the Drop Shadow effect then go to the Stroke panel. Enter 0,5 in the dash box and 112,5 in the gap box. Now, it should look like in the image below.

step18

Step 19

Reselect the entire path and go to Effect > Stylize > Drop Shadow. Enter the data shown below then click OK.

step19

Step 20

Finally you can replace the steel frame with a wooden one. All you need to do is replace some patterns, colors and effects as shown in the following image.

step20

Conclusion

Now your work is done. Here is how it should look like.

step00

Credit to:

http://vforvectors.com

Incoming search terms:

  • gold medal illustrator tutorial
  • CIRCLES TEXTURES VECTORES
  • psd speakers
  • medal in illustrator tutorial
  • gold medal gif
  • loudspeaker psd
  • illustrator tutorial gold
  • 12 speaker templates
  • gold medal transparent gif
  • illustrator speakers

abstract-design-sm

Cool Abstract Radial Pattern Design-Illustrator Tutorial

The design we’ll be creating this time makes use of a radial pattern that draws in the viewer to the centre. Alternating colours give the design a cool and funky feel and textures add a touch of authenticity to the artwork.

Create a new document in Adobe Illustrator at the dimensions of your preference and draw a rectangle across the whole artboard.

Toggle on Smart Guides (CMD+U) and draw a small circle from the centre of the rectangle. Copy and paste this circle and scale it larger than the artboard itself. With both selected go to Object > Blend > Make.

Go back to Object > Blend > Blend Options and adjust the settings to Specified Steps with a count of 8.

Draw a line from the centre of the document, then with the Pen tool add a point at the halfway point. Use the Convert Anchor Point tool to drag bezier handles from the point to give a smooth curve.

Select the Rotate tool and ALT-click a pivot point in the centre of the document. In the options box enter 18 degrees and press the Copy button.

Repeatedly press the shortcut CMD+D to repeat the transformation until you have a series of 20 lines spaced evenly around the circle.

Select the concentric circles and go to Object > Expand. Select the Object checkbox to convert this blend into editable paths.

Draw a selection across all objects, then Shift-click the background rectangle to deselect it. Create a Compound Path (CMD+8) then with both the compound path and background rectangle selected, click the Divide option from the Pathfinder palette.

Right click and Ungroup, then delete out the excess linework beyond the edges of the artboard. Elsewhere on the document set up some gradient colour swatches for use in your design. Here I’m using grey, blue and green each with changes in tone from light to dark.

Hold Shift while selecting alternating shapes in the inner portion of the radial pattern. Give these shapes the grey gradient fill with the eyedropper tool.

On the next and subsequent rows select alternating shapes to create a chequerboard style pattern. Continue until you’ve filled the whole design.

Use the green gradient to fill the leftover shapes in the centre area of the pattern, then switch to blue for the next row.

Alternate between blue and green fills until the whole design is filled with gradient colours.

Currently all the gradients are flowing in the same direction. Manually select each shape in turn and adjust the gradient angle with the Gradient tool.

After a lot of clicking and dragging all the gradients will follow the same radial path, which gives the design a much more dynamic feeling.

The vector work is complete, but let’s switch over to Photoshop to give the design a more tactile feel. Paste the design into a large PSD, then import a cool grunge texture.

Change the blending mode of the texture to Overlay to allow the texture and colours to interact with the vector pattern.

Switch back to Illustrator and clear out the fills from all the objects, then add a white stroke. Copy and paste this graphic into the Photoshop document.

Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur and enter around 3px to take the harsh edge off the white strokes.

Change the blending mode to Overlay at 50%, then dab a few spots of black with a large soft brush on a layer mask to adjust the impact of these glowing lines.

Add a soft spot of white in the centre of the design and change the blending mode to Overlay to finish off the design with a vibrant highlight.

View the abstract radial design

Credit to:

http://www.blog.spoongraphics.co.uk

Incoming search terms:

  • download pattern photoshop
  • color patterns free
  • cool patterns for backgrounds
  • psd pattern download
  • free pattern photoshop
  • illustrator pattern tutorial
  • design illustrator
  • psd patterns free download
  • radial psd
  • carbon fiber photoshop pattern

Page 1 of 3123

Recent Tweets

Follow Me On Twitter →

Latest Video


Hit Counter provided by technology reviews