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In this video, Creative Ice Media Group shows you how to how to make an easy quick wallpaper in Photoshop Cs4.
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Hi there, it’s Creative Ice Designs and today I'm going to show you how to make a nice desktop wall paper like the one here. Okay, first thing you want to do is go file, new and it will be around width 1600 and height around 800. Press OK. You have to unlock the layer. And go into filter, render, fibers. Make sure your settings are like mine. Variance, 16 and strength, 4. Press OK. Now what you want to do is filter, blur, motion blur. Make sure the angle is 90 degrees, and the distance is 999 pixels. Press OK. The slanted F/X over here, and that’s the effects, add layer style section and go gradient overlay. Okay. Go to blend mode, and overlay, and change the colors. As you can see changes. For this tutorial, I'm going to use the rainbow. And you want to do angle, 0. And there you have it. Okay. Press OK. Now right click on the layer and do copy layer style. Now drag this, sorry, not drag. Press on the rectangular marquee tool and select around half of it. Roughly half, which is around there. Press control C, control V and we have that. Now right click, paste layer style. You have the same. Now go to that again and add a drop shadow. Okay. What you want to do is just play with the settings. Distance, okay. Around there. I think that’s quite nice. Distance, 14 pixels. Spread, 6%. And size is 62 pixels. Press OK. Okay. That’s your wallpaper. Now all you have to do is add some text to it, if you want to that is. Mind you, you don’t have to do that little drop shadow effect. You can just leave it at that. But I'm going to Creative Ice over there. Change color, a nice white. Move it there. Okay, now add a slogan. Anything. Just graphic design. And as all slogans, the slogan is smaller than the logo. So make it smaller. Drag it over there. Okay. And there we go. And just file, save as, and that’s it. There you have a nice wallpaper for your desktop. Thank you for watching this tutorial. Don’t forget to comment, rate, and subscribe. Thank you.