Glossy RSS icon

July 24th, 2008 by ART-D Posted in Adobe Photoshop, Buttons

   

Select Blending Options>Inner Glow

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

Fill 0% on the layer. This way we’ve got several highlights on the icon:

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

Let’s represent one more circle colored with #F36523

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

Mark out the last made circle, press Alt button and cut out a half – moon element:

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

Set the next parameters:

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

We’ll get this way a half – shadow:

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

Now we need to select the Ellipse Tool (U) and represent two circles of different sizes. The color’s code is #FEDB8A

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

Next we shall use the Rounded Rectangle Tool (U) (radius of 30 px) and represent a bended rounded line.
1. Represent the line
2. Insert the points of the bend, applying the Add Anchior Point Tool, bending the element with Direct Selection Tool (A) and Convert Point Tool.

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

Place the new element as below:

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

Apply for the new layer Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

Gradient Editor:

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

We’ll get the next result!

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3

Next we shall draw one more element, but a bigger one, having the icon finally finished!

Create Glossy RSS icon in Photoshop CS3



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  • Tutorials Palace

    02/12/2009

    Amazing … i love it

  • Asharak

    06/12/2009

    Great man, just what i needed! Used it with couple of modifications, but, after all – that is what it is used for – to help about something that we’re stuck in. Keep writing, excelent!

  • sola

    24/12/2009

    Thank you for this tutorial. its what i need to improve my design

  • graffiti vector

    24/01/2010

    Very nice tutorial thanks

  • squazzie

    14/02/2010

    Loved this tutorial and I love you too.
    Peace and love, too much time on my hands,
    Joshua

  • Sergey

    13/04/2010

    Good and bad!!!

  • Sangeet

    25/04/2010

    it’s a cool tutorial. Thanks for the tutorail.

  • Icelime

    31/05/2010

    Cool tutorial realy

  • Kathmandu

    02/10/2010

    Good tutorials easy to understand.

  • peter

    10/10/2010

    good rss button

  • blogs4seo

    18/05/2011

    Thanks for this nice tips on adobe tutorials this is very basic knowledge on phototshop

  • maryjane

    07/07/2011

    I followed your tutorial step by step to a T and I did NOT get the same result. I think you missed a few steps in there….

  • chezki

    13/01/2013

    hay! tnx. love it :)

  • Afsar

    11/07/2013

    Hi, I need to save this file wile creating on photoshop. How can I save it in .ico extension? Please email me