Effects - Button
The form of
construction of this button is initiated as in the previous
example. In the File menu: File>New, 2X2 cm and mark
transparent. At the tool bar select the Rectangular
Marquee Tool and click on it twice to open its
window. The patterns are shown below.
hold the right button of the Mouse to set the selection
in the file, release the button only when you have
finished. In case the selection sticks in one of the
sides of the file, select normal mode in the box and move
it into the center.
the icon of the standard colors, choose a dark color for
a front color and the lighter one for the back. I have
chosen red and yellow, the same colors of the previous
In the icon
of the standard colors, choose a dark color for the front color and a lighter one for the back. I've chosen the same colors used on the previous example, red and yellow.
In the Filter
menu: Filter: Render>Clouds and applied Ok. The Cloud
effect has been applied. Go to the Image menu: Image>Adjuste>levels...
use the pattern below.
effect is. Now, we are going to start to draw another
Now, in the Tool Bar, select the Polygonal Lasso Tool and draw
something using it in the picture. I will make
Is your selection
ready? It was hard, wasn't it? Then, now
press the Delete button and delete it. Relax! Thats
In the menu
Select Select>desselect, still in Select: Select>Load
Selection, now Select>Save Selection.
Go to the
Window menu: Window>Show Channels and select the created
channel (Alpha 1).
Go to the
Filter menu: Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur, Radius 9. Don't cancel the selection.
We will apply
the filter Lighting Effects now, to get relieved,
Filter>Render>Lighting Effects with the following coordinates: Intensity 50, focus 0, Gloss 84, Material
84, Exposure 0, Ambience 0, Texture Channel Alpha 1, mark
White is High, Height 53. I recommend that other patterns
be tested before applying the effect and choose the one that pleases you the most.
With the selection
on. Again Layer: Layer>Effects. Drop Shadow and mark
the patterns below.
There is your
own button. Now, in the File menu, save your task by
exporting it as GIF 89.