I have overlapped a white circle with an opacity of 20 percent
Cut off some part of the white circle.This effect is used in many modern logos such as windows vista...
And finally the reflection effect...my favorite one.It's simple to do
1.create another copy of the image whose reflection image has to be obtained.
2.Invert that image(vertically)
3.Set the opacity to around 25 percent
4.Use the eraser tool for further smoothening
It's simple.clean and good looking.I just wanted to keep some name for this logo.See there is some electronics stuff in the design, so i named it as " The symbol of Vetti Velai". :) Happy reading.
This wallpaper is a cool one....Try it out.If you are not satisfied,feel free to post your comments...
Connect ! ( clue : a BIG one )
Well! This is a poster designed by me for a print ad competition.The topic given was "Space Tourism". For those who are very much interested in learning photoshop,here is a small tutorial.
3) Then an earth picture is taken and placed in the top left corner.
5)Then draw a rectangular black bar (in the bottom) and set its opacity as 70%
6)Then type the details that have to be put up.I have used CALIBRI font here.
8) And I leave the logo for you to work out.Its pretty simple.
9) You have done a good job.Keep reading this blog for further tutorials....And pls do leave some comments.
Uh, So Hot... Shirt got Burnt !!
Google launches Manpower Search in China (google.cn). This new feature is powered by 25 million volunteers who do the searching around the clock. When the user entered a keyword, volunteers will search any possible answers from a mass of paper documents as well as online resources. The user is expected to get the search result within 32 seconds.(extracted from wiki)
6)Nashville,Cairo,Neptune ...What are these?
Ans:They are the failed versions of windows Operating Systems
9) Insert your Name in Taskbar
Open Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options -> Customize ->Time
here you can see A.M. and P.M. change it with your name. Thats it.
10) What is this?Ans :Everything started with this.It's the screenshot of windows 1.0 which is the microsoft's first OS with a GUI.