Transformers Logo Exclusive Tutorial
Transformers logo can be easily created by you! Have doubts about it? Just read this tutorial and learn how to do it!
This is how it all started for me. I went to the cinema not long ago and watched the "Transformers". What a movie! I was impressed by the effects and decided to create a tutorial - How to Draw the Logotype.
I used the emblem from the official site as a desktop wallpaper for a long time, but after it became boring I decided to create my own logo. Here is how I created an example of Transformers logo.
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Open Photoshop. Create a new document 400x400 px and begin to draw the Transformers logo. The first part is the most tedious - the drawing of the logo itself. I've chosen Decepticons.
Select the Pen tool, set Paths in the adjustments panel and draw the right outline of the Decepticon's logo. You can use the original image to make it easier.
Now push the right button in any part of the path and select Fill Path. Paint it black. Then duplicate the layer and Flip Horizontal, move it to the right until you have the mirror reflection of the right side.
Now Ctrl+click on the layer, then paint the selection using the #07424d color. After that add noise.
And use Motion Blur.
Next Ctrl+Click on the layer with no changes, invert the selection and click Del (the layer with the filters should be active).
Here's what I've got.
The first part is done. Now let's draw the background. Hide the layer with the logo.
Paint Alpha 3 channel white. Now Ctrl+Click on the layer with the logo, and paint the selected in the Alpha 3 black.
Repeat the procedure for Alpha 2 and Alpha 3 channels.
Add color using the following settings.
Here's the final result. Isn't it a splendid sample of Transformers logo?
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dustin Kein is an editor at Web Design Library. He's in charge of selecting materials for the PhotoShop and HTML sections of this site. From time to time Dustin contributes some of his tutorials to WDL in order to cover the most actual topics for WDL visitors. Besides this, he's an active forum member whose posts are always helpful, concise and timely.