Paintball Club Wallpaper

Paintball Club Wallpaper

Learn how to create nice paintball club wallpaper with night effects.

Firstly we’ll create a new file (File>New) of 1280×1024 px and 72 dpi.
By default Foreground color - black and background color - white. Then select out of the menu the solution Filter>Render>Clouds.

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Next we’ll press the combination of buttons Ctrl+M. We’ll get the dialog box where applying the eyedropper, is possible to obtain a contrast on the edges.

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We must get the picture from below:

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Next we’ll select the next option Filter> Filter Gallery… and set the adjustments as it is represented next table:

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Applying this filter may transform the picture, getting the camouflage ornament.

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Choose next the Paint Bucket Tool (G) to fill the spots with two colors, demonstrated below.

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Next select the Rectangle Tool (U) to stretch out the figure on the whole canvas. Choose after that the Blending Options>Gradient Overlay (by making a mouse click on this layer on the layer’s palette) and set the next demonstrated solutions.

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Set the layer’s Fill 0% also on the layers’ palette.

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We’ll get the shadows:

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Create next a new layer on which we should apply the Brush Tool (B) to represent a texture like the next one:

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Select the next shown Blending Mode for the layer we work with:

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Create a new file of 5×5 px and 72 dpi. On this new layer we’ll apply the Pencil Tool (B) to make a horizontal line made out of pixels. The color’s code is #484232. This file needs to be saved - Edit>Define Pattern.

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Next select Edit>Fill. Here we’ll choose our saved pattern and press OK. The texture multiplies itself, getting something like a net.

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Next we’ll represent the shadow for the texture: Blending Options>Drop Shadow

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Start creating the metallic rivet on the picture. Here you may find an example of its representation by steps.

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1. Using the Ellipse Tool (U), try to make a circle for the beginning.
2. Create the same gradient demonstrated next table:

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3. Give it some volume.

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4. The color’s reflex…

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5. The shadow…

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6. The falling shadow…

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7. Try representing a circle as we did with the first one, but this one should be smaller.
8. Represent its contour.
9. Select Drop Shadow option on this layer. Fill 0% on the same layer.

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The new rivets we’ve got should be positioned on the picture’s corners.

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Choose again the Rectangle Tool (U) to create a rectangle of black color. Fill 80% for this last layer.

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Next we’ll situate the text with the parameters from below on the last made element.

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… and the layer adjustments.

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On this stage we’ll get the next result, shown below:

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Represent one more rectangle, applying the same method described above:

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Represent its shadow:

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… and the red mount. Fill 0% for the layer’s transparency.

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We’ll get a kind of frame like the next one. Create one more new layer and put it together with the layer containing the frame. Mark them out and press Ctrl+E. This way we’ll rasterize the layer.

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Applying the Eraser Tool (E), it’s possible to erase the major part of the frame, leaving only its corners.

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Finished!

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