Bayville - Pop Art Style

 
I will add a mask as well and hide a part of my effects.

Bayville - Pop Art Style



Bayville - Pop Art Style

As you can see I've hidden a part of my purple.

Bayville - Pop Art Style

Then I will correct my color a little bit.

Bayville - Pop Art Style

I will use a hardly seen gradient for my background.

Bayville - Pop Art Style

Moreover I will do some layer styling on my background.

As you see only 2 styles are turned on here. We
  
have a pattern overlay here and a gradient overlay.

Bayville - Pop Art Style



Bayville - Pop Art Style

Color correction on the background (only), just make that layer between the logo layer and background. This way it will effect only the background.

Bayville - Pop Art Style

And we are done here with Bayville View here.

Bayville - Pop Art Style



Bayville - Pop Art Style



Bayville - Pop Art Style

Enjoy it!

   


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5 Responses to "Bayville - Pop Art Style"

 
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said this on 17 May 2008 10:25:56 AM MDT
just gr8!

 
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said this on 19 May 2008 1:49:54 PM MDT
Nice tutorial!

 
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said this on 05 Jul 2008 1:30:11 AM MDT
nice tutorial

 
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said this on 07 Jul 2008 6:20:15 AM MDT
not so bad....color combination is good.

 
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said this on 22 Jan 2009 1:47:07 PM MDT
I love this tutorial but I'm wondering where the circle design came from is it stock or custom? It's not hard to make circles and lines but when following a tutorial I like to be able to use the same elements so that I know by looking at it if I'm doing it correctly.




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