Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gnome Linux Wallpaper
Gnome Linux Wallpaper
This tutorial walks you through steps in creating profressional background and wallpapers.

Create a new file with 1600×1200 px and 72 dpi.
Start representing the primary texture’s cliché.
Select the next tool

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

and apply it on a new layer: 4×4 px to create first elements, like the next ones. The color is 4D7FA2.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Save it!

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Set the parameters from the table:
Blending Options-Gradient Overlay

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gradient’s parameters:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Pattern Overlay

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Stroke

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gradient’s parameters:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

We’ll get the background of our picture to be.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Take the following tool and draw the silhouette of a foot (the logotype of the Linux – GNOME cover)

Gnome Linux Wallpaper
Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Fill 0% on the layers.
Blending Options-Drop Shadow

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Gradient Overlay

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gradient’s parameters:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Make a copy of this new layer and then make use of the Free Transform option to make the copy smaller, but change the parameters the way it is indicated in the tables below:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper
Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Drop Shadow

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Inner Shadow

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Outer Glow

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Gradient Overlay

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gradient’s parameters:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Stroke

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gradient’s parameters:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Take now the tool from here

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

and represent a flare inside the foot’s silhouette.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper
Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Fill 0% on the layers.
Blending Options-Gradient Overlay

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gradient’s parameters:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

The same instrument is useful in drawing the second part of the flare we’ve started to represent.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper
Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Fill 0% on the layers.
Blending Options-Gradient Overlay

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gradient’s parameters:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Apply the last instrument to create the primary layer of the finger.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper
Gnome Linux Wallpaper

The Opacity on the layers should be situated on 70%.
Blending Options-Drop Shadow

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Gradient Overlay

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gradient’s parameters:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Make a copy of this new made layer and make use again of the Free Transform selection to make the copy smaller and to change the parameters on those shown here:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper
Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Drop Shadow

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Inner Shadow

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Outer Glow

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Gradient Overlay

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gradient’s parameters:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Blending Options-Stroke

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gradient’s parameters:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Make use of the same instrument

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

to represent a gleam on the drawn finger.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper
Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Fill 0% on the layers.
Blending Options-Gradient Overlay

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Gradient’s parameters:

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Merge down in a group all the layers composing the finger. Make three copies of the new made group and apply Free Transform option to enlarge the copies and the place them the same way you may see below. Make the corrections on sizes if that is necessary.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

COPY1
The primary layer.

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The inside layer.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

The flare.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

COPY2
The primary layer.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

The inside one.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

The flare.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

COPY3
The primary layer.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

The inside one

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

The flare.

Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Make the appropriate correction on the picture’s sizes, selecting the Free Transform option and the instrument from here

Gnome Linux Wallpaper
Gnome Linux Wallpaper

Finished!

View full size here.