Mac OS X

January 14th, 2008 by ART-D Posted in Adobe Photoshop, Designing

   

Gradient’s parameters:

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Stroke

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Make a copy of the recently created layer and select the Free Transform option to make the copy a little smaller and apply the next parameters for the copy:

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

The layer’s parameters: Fill 0%
Blending Options>Color Overlay

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3Blending Options>Pattern Overlay (the same pattern as in the apple’s case).

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Make a copy of the last made layer and make it of white color. Choosing the Ellipse Tool (U) and keeping pressed Alt button may help us to erase the unnecessary elements.

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Apply the next parameters for the layer: Fill 30%

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Combine in a group all the layers composing the metallic apple and its leaf (press Ctrl button and mark out the appropriate layers and make a click on the left mouse’s button when moving the marked layers on Create a new group option). Using the Ellipse Tool (U), we can represent a small ball now:

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

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

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Gradient’s parameters:

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Make many copies of the ball’s layer and place the copies as it is shown below. The Free Transform selection may help use to change the copies’ sizes if necessary. The layers containing the balls should be placed lower than the group containing the metallic apple and the leaf (on the layers’ panel).

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Make the necessary inscriptions now of the famous operation system:

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

(MAC)

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

(OS)

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3 The parameters for the MAC inscription: Blending Options>Inner Shadow

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Outer Glow

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Inner Glow

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Gradient’s parameters:

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

The parameters of the next inscription: OS
Blending Options>Inner Glow

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

Create Mac OS X Wallpaper in Photoshop CS3

The final result!

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  • Logo Design

    21/01/2010

    That’s a wonderful tutorial about MAC OS X logo design, love the way you shared, Thanks alot.

  • RaysWork Studio

    31/01/2010

    Great tuttie! So many hints, thanks for sharing.

  • Aravind

    01/05/2010

    Hi…This is really nice work in photoshop…..

    Thanks

  • online website design

    13/07/2010

    Nice trends. Keep sharing!

  • Logo Design logospill

    16/09/2010

    Nice job man, I like this one a lot!!

  • Logo Design Mart

    17/09/2010

    I love the dotted apple at the back, I´ve enjoyed this logo tut from start to end, thanks a lot!!

  • اليوتيوب

    23/09/2010

    very enjoyable tutorial very very nice work thanks

  • peter

    09/10/2010

    very good

  • webdeluxe

    16/12/2010

    Nice logo, love it!

  • flash banner

    13/05/2011

    Brilliant stuff. As far as designing is concerned it is good for newbie and i have bookmarked it.

  • ben

    26/05/2011

    good job!i like it.keep sharing ideas

  • adeee

    24/09/2011

    Does any body can create the video of this tutorial? seriously am totally new and have no idea how to create this logo? and stuck on step 2 while cutting the apple. this tutorial require more attention and briefly explanation with complete screenshots.

  • Rajesh

    16/01/2012

    if u do not know the doted layer behind the apple shape i know that.
    which is given Below
    USE FILTER> PIXELATE> COLOR HALFTONE.

  • Mario

    05/03/2012

    This tutorial is nice, But not yet done. Look at the original there is an orange haftone which is not covered yet.

  • Faiq Arshad

    22/09/2013

    Can you plz give me its psd ???