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Create Software Box in Photoshop

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Create Software Box in Photoshop

Post by Mohsin on Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:31 pm

1. Open up adobe photoshop. I use version 7.0. Start with a blank canvas by pressing Ctrl+N.

2. Using the rectangle shape tool, select your color you want to use and draw out a box like how I've done.

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3. Press Ctrl+T (transform tool), so we can
distort and this box to an angle so we can see all three sides of this
box. After you select Ctrl+T, you should see a resize type outline on
your shape, press down the Ctrl key, and using your mouse you can drag
each corner of the box to the proper angles.

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4. Repeat steps 2 through 3 another two times to make all 3 sides of our box (top, side, front).

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5. To make things easier to see, I will turn
the front white, and put some shadows in. To do this, select the layer
with the front shape, it should be black, just double click on the
palette to the left of the layer, and select your color. Now right
click on that layer, and select blending options. Select both the drop
and inner shadow options. Use the same or similar settings I used.

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6. Now select the other layers (top and side) and use the same Drop Shadow
settings you used early. Don't do an inner shadow for these two layers.
Here is how yours should look like now with everything up to this
point.

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7. Well, you are basically done, just add your text and images. Take a look at mines.

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