Designing Floral Background - part 1

Designing Floral Background - part 2
Learn how to Designing Floral Background.

Create a new file with 500×400 px and 72 dpi. Use the instrument

Designing Floral Background - part 1

to represent two different flowers, which codes are indicated on the picture. Place them on the right upper corner.

Designing Floral Background - part 1

One more flower with the same instrument and place it the way it is done below.

Designing Floral Background - part 1

Use the instrument

Designing Floral Background - part 1

to represent a circle inside the flower.

Designing Floral Background - part 1

Summon Blending Options and set out everything the same way it is done on the picture.

Designing Floral Background - part 1

Create now the flower’s stem using the instrument

Designing Floral Background - part 1

. The color is the same with the flower’s.

Designing Floral Background - part 1

The same way make one more flower, like it is demonstrated on the picture.

Designing Floral Background - part 1

Take the instrument

Designing Floral Background - part 1

to draw one more figure and set out the parameters form the picture in Blending OptionsGradient Overlay.

Designing Floral Background - part 1
Designing Floral Background - part 1

The same instrument will be useful to represent a leaf with the color code b78210 under the previous figure’s layer.

Designing Floral Background - part 1

Make then the veins with the color c48511.

Designing Floral Background - part 1

Draw the leaf’s shadow, using the instrument

Designing Floral Background - part 1

The parameters should be Blending OptionsGradient Overlay, like it is shown in the picture.

Designing Floral Background - part 1

Set out an angle – 23 dg in the options before opening the window shown above in the picture.
Make one more stem with the color 710f38.

Designing Floral Background - part 1