Adobe Photoshop Very Simple Tutorial: Designing a Water Melon

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The following tutorial shows easy steps to design a water melon in 5 minutes and 30 seconds, using Adobe Photoshop CS2.





  1. Using Elliptical Marquee Tool, make a round selection.
  2. Pick a light green color for foreground and a dark green color for background.
  3. Apply to the selection Render > Clouds.
  4. If necessary, apply to the selection Adjustments > Levels to adjust colors.
  5. Create a new layer above the existing one.
  6. Make several vertical selections with Elliptical Marquee Tool.
  7. Turn off the visibility switch on the bottom layer.
  8. Switch foreground and background colors and fill the selections with the dark green color.
  9. Apply to the selections Render > Fibers.
  10. While the selections are still active, apply to them a small amount of Gaussian Blur.
  11. Turn on the visibility switch on the bottom layer.
  12. Based on the bottom layer, crop the top layer. (Hold down the Option key and make a click.)
  13. Merge two layers into one.
  14. Select the filled part and apply Distort > Ripple.
  15. Adjust colors with Levels, again, if necessary.
  16. Add a layer style. Enable Bevel and Emboss to drop shadow.
  17. Finally, apply to the selection Distort > Sherize.





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