Simulating metallic textures


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Simulating metallic textures

A big trend in the web design world right now is realism, things that are drawn by hand but actually look like an actual object or something like that. And metallic textures are really big on the web. You see this all the time in Apple's iOS, the little knobs and buttons that you click on. A lot of people are using it for navigational components in their sites. And in this movie, I'm going to go over how to build your own metallic textures by using layer styles. I'm going to create a new document by going to File > New. Once I'm inside of the New Document dialog box, I'll set this to be about 600 x 600. Hit OK.

I'm then going to grab my Ellipse tool inside of my shapes and I'll just hold down Shift to draw out a circle. You can draw any type of shape you want. So just most of the time, you see the circle as an example for this, sort of like a knob or a button that you would press. And so mine is white right now; you can make this any color you wa...

Simulating metallic textures
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Simulating metallic textures provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Web Design (2012)

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Web
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Photoshop
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