Changing the label


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Changing the label

In this image of the tin can, the grid label's been wrapped around it after first being converted into a Smart Object. This means that the contents are editable and can be replaced with anything we choose. So, let's make our own label for this can. As we double-click the Smart Object layer, it opens up and we can see its contents. Let's make a new layer and fill this with a pale yellow, as the basis for our label.

We'll now switch to the Text tool, change our text color to black, and we can type Smart Objects to make the contents for our tin. We can use Free Transform to make this larger. And let's bring it down a bit. Now, let's add some bands onto this tin to make it look more like a real product. We'll make another new layer, and we'll use the Marquee tool to draw a band at the top, and another band at the bottom, and let's fill these with bright red. Switch to the Text tool again, and this time let's warp over so the foreground c...

Changing the label
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Changing the label provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Steve Caplin as part of the Photoshop CS5 Smart Objects Workshop

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