Making a blog header

Create a new file with a size of 773×220 px and a resolution of 72. Using the following tool , Mark the document as shown below.

Layer Style> Blend Options> Inner Shadow:

Layer Style> Blending Options > Color overlay:

Select Tool Rectangle . Form another rectangle as shown in the image.

Layer Style> Blending Options > Inner shadow:

Layer Style> Blend Options> Gradient Overlay:

Gradient Editor:

Using the Tool Rectangle, make another rectangle at the bottom of the document.

Layer Style> Blend Options> Shadow:

Layer Style> Blend Options> Inner Shadow:

Layer Style> Blend Options> Gradient Overlay:

Gradient Editor:

We will use the Tool again. Rectangle . Make a rectangle as shown below.

Layer Style> Blend Options> Inner Shadow:

Layer Style> Blend Options> Color Overlay:

Let’s go back to using the Tool. Rectangle. Fill the rectangle with color # C99F15. And go to the next step.

Layer Style> Blend Options> Shadow:

Now we will use the tool Pen . Try to make a shape as shown in the image.

Layer Style> Blend Options> Outer Glow:

Gradient Editor:

Click between the layers, holding down the Alt key, so that the layer is transformed into a clipping mask.

Tool Pen .Draw the next shape with it and fill it with color. # 569413.

Click between the layers, holding down the Alt key, so that the layer is transformed into a clipping mask.

Again using the Tool Pen, draw something like that and fill it with color32560B.

Do the same operations as above to make the layer a clipping mask.

Make a copy of the newly created layer. The opacity for this layer is 30%. Editing> Free Transform, to move this layer as shown below. Also translate this layer into a mask.

Tool Pen. Draw another shape, 30% layer opacity, color – # 1D5004.

Create another shape of the same color and 30% layer opacity.

Tool Pen . Draw another shape, 30% layer opacity, color – # 1D5004.

Add text with the following font settings:

Layer Style> Blend Options> Shadow:

Write another word by changing the font parameters:

Left just a little bit. Let’s write some more.

And now the final chords.

The final result!

Author: designstacks

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