CD Burner

CD Burner

Create a new file (File>New) of 1280×1024 px and 72 dpi, which must be painted in #F9C559 color with the Paint Bucket Tool (G).

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Next we’ll create another file of 140×140 px and 500 dpi on which we’ll draw a black ring, applying the Ellipse Tool (U). Firstly try to make the outside borders of the ring and after that cut out its middle part, pressing on Alt button.

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Save this brush: Edit>Define Brush Preset.
Create a new layer, using on it the brush made earlier (the brush may be found in the end, in the standard set).

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Set the parameters for this brush. Press the option in the Brushes submenu on the right side.

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Represent the background of the picture to be, applying the brush with the chosen earlier parameters. Its color is #CC9040

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Set the next indicated parameters by making a click on this layer on the layers’ panel: Fill 40%
Blending mode-Linear Dodge

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On the next new layer (Create new layer) we’ll choose again the Brush Tool (B) to draw a diagonal line, which color is #821F06

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Insert now on the picture your CD (I will use CD template created by Inonomas).

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The disk’s layer has the parameters shown below: Blending Options>Outer Glow

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Using the standard brush, try to dark out the background situated lower than the CD itself. The color is #1E0C04. This layer should be placed lower than the layer containing the disk.

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The layer’s parameters: Fill 60%
Blending mode-Darker Color

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Create a new layer on which we’ll use the Paint Bucket Tool (G) to fill the new layer with black color. Choose after that this filter’s option: Filter>Noise>Add noise. This layer must be also placed lower than the CD’s layer:

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The layer’s parameters: Fill 20%
Blending mode-Soft light

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Next we’ll represent a lot of musical notes, using for this operation the Custom Shape Tool (U) and the color #FEFF6F

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Turn around the notes, using the Free Transform selection. Place also these notes’ layers lower than the layer containing the CD.

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Next we must Merge down all the layers containing the musical notes into a single one. In this case we have to press Ctrl button for marking the necessary layers and after that press Ctrl+E. For the last obtained layer we have to choose the next demonstrated parameters: Opacity 81%, Blending mode- Overlay

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Make a copy of the last made layer:

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Mark out the layer containing the CD and make a click on the next options, situated on the bottom part of the layers’ panel: Create new fill or adjustment layer>Channel Mixer

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Press Alt button and make a mouse click between the Channel Mixer layers and the layer containing the CD (on the layers’ panel).

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The final result!

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