Effet d'ombre pour icon

Effet d'ombre porté sur un icon:

    1- Ouvre un nouveau canvas de taille 100x150 avec un fond en transparence, donc les petit carreaux blanc et gris.

    2- Fait un cercle avec l'outil forme de couleur noir. Si tu le souhaite tu peux aussi le faire avec les sélection. Et le modifier comme tu veux et choisir une toute autre forme

    3- Tu vas sur le fx dans ta palette calque ou Layer-> Layer style. Tu vas choisir le drop shadow (ombre porté) et tu appuie sur ok

    4- pour avoir ton image dans le petit cercle, tu va mettre ton image dans la fenêtre au-dessus du cercle. Il faut appuyer sur ALT+CTRL+G (sur mac: ALT+POMME+G) ou Layer -> Create a clipping mask (masque d'encrêtage )

    5- Tu ne dois pas aplatir le tout. Il faut faire layer -> merge visible ou merger les deux calque ensemble. Si tu fait flatten image, tu vas avoir un fond blanc. 

    6- Ensuite, tu peux recadrer et couper les excédents. 

    7- Il faut par la suite bien entendu enregistrer en PNG ou GIF ^^


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