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Bayville – Pop Art Style

In this tutorial we are going to make and illustration using Ps custom Brushes. It is more like corporate style. So we will make a logo and base color gamma.




So let’s start by creating any king of document.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

Make a selection.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

Copy it to a separate layer.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

And fill it with black color.


Now switch to eraser and grab eraser brush. You will have it in my antyscale brush,



Bayville - Pop Art Style

Here we have it. Now let’s paste some text there.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

We will write Bayville.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

And – the word view.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

All the text stays on the separate layers, create a copy of our key layer.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

Select the whole layer and just tap several times with this brush you see. I’m also using this purple color.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

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I will add a mask as well and hide a part of my effects.



Bayville - Pop Art Style



Bayville - Pop Art Style

As you can see I’ve hidden a part of my purple.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

Then I will correct my color a little bit.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

I will use a hardly seen gradient for my background.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

Moreover I will do some layer styling on my background.


As you see only 2 styles are turned on here. We have a pattern overlay here and a gradient overlay.



Bayville - Pop Art Style



Bayville - Pop Art Style

Color
correction on the background (only), just make that layer between the
logo layer and background. This way it will effect only the background.



Bayville - Pop Art Style

And we are done here with Bayville View here.



Bayville - Pop Art Style



Bayville - Pop Art Style



Bayville - Pop Art Style

Enjoy it!



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