We wish you a Merry Christmas

December 13th, 2007 by ART-D Posted in Adobe Photoshop, Drawing Techniques

   

Blending Options>Inner Glow

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Let’s represent several stripes on the scarf, choosing the Rectangle Tool (U) and Convert Point Tool for correcting the shapes. The stripes’ layers should be placed lower than the snowman head’s layer, following the primary scarf’s layer (on the layers’ panel).

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Hold on Alt button and make a mouse click between the scarf’s layer and the layers containing the colored stripes for the stripes to be placed on the scarf itself.

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3 Let’s make another layer reserved for the scarf too, colored with #F3CE58. This time we’ll select the same tools – the Pen Tool (P) and Convert Point Tool. Place this layer lower than the previous layers belonging to the scarf.

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

The layer’s parameters: Blending Options>Drop Shadow

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

We shall represent several more stripes on the scarf the way we did earlier, applying the Rectangle Tool (U). This layer must be situated lower than the layers containing the stripes of the previous scarf.

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Hold on Alt button and make a mouse click between the scarf’s layers and the stripes’ layers for the last ones to be placed on the scarf.

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Using the same tools and the same method, we shall represent the next scarf’s layer, colored with #F3CE58. This layer must be placed also lower than the snowman’s head (on the layers’ panel).

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

The layer’s parameters: Blending Options>Inner Glow

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Let’s represent on this scarf’s layer several more stripes, choosing for this manipulation the same Rectangle Tool (U) and placing the stripes’ layers lower than the layer containing the snowman’s head.

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Press Alt button and make a mouse click between the layers containing the stripes and the scarf’s layer for the stripes to be placed on the scarf itself.

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Let’s make the final segment of the scarf, colored with #F3CE58 by choosing the Pen Tool (P) and the Convert Point Tool for making the necessary corrections on the shape. This layer should be placed upper than the previous scarf’s layers, but lower than the layers containing the snowman’s head.

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3The layer’s parameters: Blending Options>Drop Shadow

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Inner Glow

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Let’s represent the colored stripes on the last made scarf’s segment the way we did before. This time we shall select also the Pen Tool (P) and the Convert Point Tool that is helpful in introducing the necessary changes on the elements’ shapes.

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Hold on Alt button and make a mouse click between the scarf’s layers and the stripes’ slayer for the last ones to lay on the scarf’s layer.

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Now we shall represent near the snowman a white snow hillock. In this case we’ll apply the Pen Tool (P) and the Convert Point Tool for introducing the necessary changes on the element’s shape.

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

The layer’s parameters: Blending Options>Inner Glow

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Next we have to draw a small fir tree near the snowman, choosing the same Pen Tool (P) and Convert Point Tool.

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

The layer’s parameters: Fill 0%
Blending Options>Inner Glow

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

Create We wish you a Merry Christmas Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

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  • jesanpark1986

    30/10/2009

    nice job :) Thank

  • martha

    24/11/2009

    hola esta muy linda esta pagina me gusto

  • Joe

    04/12/2009

    Very nice card, but the grammar is off…
    It should read, “We wish you a Merry Christmas”

  • jim

    26/02/2010

    great guide but this guy shows u how to do it with commentary

  • Ruth

    18/09/2010

    aww que lindos todos los tutoriales ya he hecho dos estan hermosos..!!

  • wedding photographers sydney

    28/11/2010

    Great job ! Well done ! Thanks.

  • wedding photographers sydney

    28/11/2010

    Nice posting ! Thanks.

  • Boangiu George

    07/12/2010

    Awesome job mate. thank you and merry christmas !!!

  • Santa

    16/12/2010

    Ummm, good job you spelled “wish” wrong.
    Gosh, “We with you a Merry Christmas”….really?

  • Vinayak Mali

    06/01/2011

    Very good Job. Text sentence grammatically wrong, but no problem. Main thing is Very Goo……..d Design.

  • Laser Level

    08/01/2011

    Better greetings ! Thanks for your nice job.

  • Scott Kenley

    25/07/2011

    You have mentioned very interesting details! ps nice site.