Clothing Line Spectrum Logo
May 7, 2006 | 0 comments
|Apply a nice gradient in radial mode to the background.
|Using custom shape tool (U), select a butterfly shape.
|Draw this butterfly in a new layer.
|Press Ctrl+T. Right Click and select perspective.
|Adjust the nodes as shown.
|Duplicate layer. Right click the layer in layer palette and rasterize it. Press Q to enable quick masking. From filter menu select texture>>stained glass. Adjust settings as shown.
|Disable quick masking by pressing Q again.
|From select menu select modify>>contract. Contract the selection by 1 pixel.
|Press delete key twice or thrice. Duplicate layer. Hide original layer. Select the unhidden butterfly layer.
|Enable lock transparent areas at the top of layer palette. Select gradient tool. Take default spectrum gradient and apply on the butterfly in radial mode.
|Disable lock transparent pixels from layer palette. From filter menu select blur>>radial blur. Adjust settings as shown.
|Press Ctrl+T. Right click the layer and select warp. Adjust nodes to get the shape as shown.
|Unhide the original butterfly we hide in a previous step. Move it ab love all layers in layer palette. Fill with purple color.
|Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.
|Change layer mode to Difference.
|Type company name etc with nice fonts and color and place at the bottom.