Would you like to have a private label like the rich and the famous? Would you like to be a brand name? Would you like to autograph your possessions? If yes, here’s how you can label your stuff with your name using Photoshop skills. Follow our easy to understand, 35-step tutorial to create an exclusive brand no one else has. Craft a visual delight with reflected images of objects and added effects.
So, decide where you would like the impression of your name. Decide what you would like to own. A beer brand, line of designer clothing or a coveted perfume? The choice is all yours.
Here’s what you need to do to come up with this eye-catching product ad:
Step 1 :-
Take an image of a plain beer bottle and glass and open it in Photoshop. Please respect copyright laws.
Step 2 :-
Select the Pen Tool, draw a path around the beer as shown in the screenshot.
Step 3 :-
Go to Layer > Vector mask > Current Path to remove the white background as shown in the screenshot.
Step 4 :-
Make a selection of the white sticker by using Magic Tool and choose Elliptical Marquee Tool; draw a rectangle on the selection while pressing the Shift Key as shown in the screenshot.
Step 5 :-
On a new layer, fill white color in the selection by using “Ctrl+backspace” and Go to Edit > Stroke and set the value as shown in the screenshot.
Step 6 :-
This time Choose ‘Inside Option’ and set other value as shown in the screenshot.
Step 7 :-
Take an image of a blank label and open it in Photoshop. Please respect copyright laws.
Step 8 :-
Place the label on the white sticker and go to Edit > Transform > Warp as shown in the screenshot.
Step 9 :-
Choose Text Tool and type your Brand Name as shown in the screenshot.
Step 10 :-
Now select the Pen Tool and draw a path around the label as shown in the screenshot.
Step 11 :-
Copy the label and place it somewhere at the top of the bottle, and right click the layer; go to Create Clipping Mask as shown in the screenshot.
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