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Before starting any business two things consider the most important things such as the name of the company and the second one is logo of that company, as these two things shown the identity so these are too important. You can observe around yourself then you can find many things which shown you the company name as well as company logo such as at this time I am using Google chrome a web browser and this browser have a definite logo and name on the other hand I am using a computer and I well known about the company name of my computer such as HP and also familiar with logo. Similarly you can also absorb many examples like this. Here in theses tutorial we will learn how to make a logo in Photoshop. In our previous two tutorial biased on adobe Photoshop we discussed the How to use adobe Photoshop with in half hour and in second (2nd) tutorial we learnt about the rest portion of adobe Photoshop basics such as How to use adobe Photoshop (Lesson 2) and now we are going toward another tutorial biased on how to make a logo in Photoshop in which we will draw different logo with the help of adobe Photoshop. Here In this tutorial we will learn how to make a book shap logo in Photoshop


Make A Box Logo In Photoshop

Step One (1st Step) Create A New Document

First of all we have a new document into adobe Photoshop. For this purpose go to File and click into New or press a shortcut key Ctrl + N

A dialog box will appear into your computer screen set the width and length of new document into 300×300 and click ok


Step 2 Create Background

After set out a new document set out the background and foreground color into dark gray, #363636 as foreground and black, #000000 as the background color of your new document.

In next step pick up the gradient tool into the tool box and create the redial gradient near the center of new document.


In next create a new layer or press Shift + Ctrl + N for new layer and  select  rectangular marquee tool or press shortcut M and select 90px tall from the bottom of document after this create a radial gradient in gray x black close the left side and toward the top of the selected area then it will look like this below image


Step 3 Creating Box

After creating a background we are going toward creating box for this purpose simply make a selection about 100 x 100p. Select the paint bucket tool (Shift + G) and fill it with soft blue color such as #0062b3


Now we are going to apply some prospective into box and for this purpose go to Edit > Transform >Prospective and then move the top right and top bottom corner of the box into center (v: 70) and complete the transformation


After this go to the Edit > Free transform  or press Shift + T and drag a small amount of right side into left, this will compensate the prospective that have applied (w:1.292)


As we get the exact shape that we need so we are going toward changing the color of the exact shape and make it 3d

Step 4 Creating Duplicate Layer

Now press Ctrl + J shortcut or create a duplicate layer ant then press Ctrl + T and rotate the new duplicate layer into an angle  <-179 then you can get an image like this


Select Text Tool into the tool box or simply press T short cut and write MYAKTION

After this apply a gradient overlay with red and yellow contras.

In next step apply an over glow wit color range is #0080c3 and select 100 % opacity and click ok


After This Press Shift Button and click into the all layers and then right click into the selection and select convert into smart object.

Over Book layout shape logo are ready thanks to read this tutorial feel free to ask any question regarding above tutorial. keep visiting for more designing tutorial and much more.adobe-photoshop-(AP)-lesson- by-Aksa-Sahi

About My Aktion

Aksa Sahi I am a web developer and SEO expert and also an Economist, I earned the degree of (Hons) in Agricultural and resource Economics from the University of Agriculture Faisalabad in 2013. Exploring the World of Technology and traveling the adventure place is my passion working as a teacher and as a freelance web developer. I love to explore the world of IT.

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