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LE CHOCOLAT

(MAKING CHOCOLATE IN PHOTOSHOP)

 

Step 1

Open a new document 300 x 300, 72 rgb, white background.  You can either use the paint brush and draw something, the text tool and type something, or the shape tool to make a shape.  Here I used a heart shape.

 

 

 

Step 2

Double click on your pattern/drawing/text layer to bring up the layer styles dialogue box.  Enter the following values.

 

(A)  Color overlay:  select a chocolate brown color.

 

 

(B)  Check drop shadow and enter the following settings.

 

(C)   Bevel & Emboss, with following settings.

 

 

(D)   Check Contour and enter following settings.

 

 

 

You should have an effect like this.

 

 

 

Step 3

 

You can save this as a style to resuse.  I reset my styles to default and saved it here.  To save open styles window (Go to Window/Show Styles).  Click on the arrow at the side of the style window and select 'New Style' and name your style.  You can recall this style when you need it.

 

 

Easy as that :O-)  Well you never know when you might need some cyber chocolate :O-)  and besides, its calorie free!!!!!!!!!

 

Luv & Light - Dreamcatcher

   
   


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