How to create Christmas Wallpapers or Backgrounds

 
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Hello. This is the 2nd tutorial from Christmas series. I will explain how to make a Christmas illustration using Photoshop. So let's begin.

Enjoy your holidays.

Christmas Wallpaper or Background 

Create a new document with these dimensions:

Christmas Wallpaper or Background



Christmas Wallpaper or Background

Now choose a background color scheme. Use as usual a color fill along with gradient fill.

Christmas Wallpaper or Background



Christmas Wallpaper or Background
  




Christmas Wallpaper or Background

Then create a new shape using round shape tool. Create 2 separate shapes on 2 separate layers.

Christmas Wallpaper or Background



Christmas Wallpaper or Background



Christmas Wallpaper or Background

Then overlay the shapes with rounded gradients (White to foreground). To solve the problem with shapes just create a new layer and fill the gradient directly on it.

Christmas Wallpaper or Background



Christmas Wallpaper or Background



Christmas Wallpaper or Background 

   


Tutorial Series

This tutorial is part 2 of a 2 part series. Other tutorials in this series are shown below:
  1. Christmas Wallpaper
  2. How to create Christmas Wallpapers or Backgrounds

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