Windows XP wallpaper

 
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In this tutorial I'll teach you how to represent the wallpapers for Windows XP, use different gradients, imitate the metal surface and write the text.

Create a new file of standard size wallpapers: File ? New (ctrl+n).

windows xp wallpaper

Paint the background's layer with the Gradient Tool.

windows xp wallpaper

Create now a new layer: Layer ? New ? Layer and choose the Pen Tool to draw a logotype for Windows.

windows xp wallpaper

Represent the marking, applying the Make Selection option and paint the marked zone with the Paint Bucket Tool.

windows xp wallpaper
  


Move off the markings, selecting next command: Select ? Deselect (ctrl+d) and create a new layer that we'll group with that one the logotype's primary elements are situated on: Layer ? Create Clipping Mask (ctrl+g). Choose now the Gradient Tool and set the following adjustments for it:

windows xp wallpaper

Paint the grouped layer:

windows xp wallpaper

Applying the next combination Edit ? Transform ? Distort, it's possible to make the corrections on the layer's distort level.

windows xp wallpaper

Make a copy of this layer: Layer ? Duplicate Layer (ctrl+j) and apply the next filter's option for this copy: Filter ? Noise ? Add Noise.

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