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  1. BenB13 says:

    hey guys!i got my post on the blog. this is ben! awesome!

    • jacobtrester23 says:

      I can’t wait to improve my skills in photoshop!

    • hayessnyder05 says:

      Hey guys, I can’t wait to learn more and work on photoshop.

      • Jacob Trester and I got these savings:
        College students: $54.06
        Office administrator: $57.17
        Multimedia Designer: $958.31
        Home Owner: $222.40

      • Sphere Tutorial Instrunctions

        1. Create a file, with 5 by inches, and 150 resolution
        2. Then fill in the white background with color black with the paint bucket tool (G).
        3. Next, Make a gray rectangle with the shape tool (U) and then rasterize it.
        4. After that you should make 3 circles with the shape tool again(U). Make one circle gray and the other two should be white and then rasterize. Then save
        5. This step, you should move the two white circles behind the gray circle. One circle should be moved up a little and the other down. Once you have done this, merge the two white circle layers by clicking on one of them, holding down shift, and click the other circle. Once that has happened, press ctrl E to merge them and then hit delete on your keyboard. If you want to see what you have done, hide the gray circle layer and you will see what you have done. Then save.
        6. Now you should move the two white circles layer in front of the gray circle layer. Then rename the two white circles, white outline, and the gray circle, gray circle.
        7. Once you have done that, duplicate the gray circle layer 3 times and in order rename them 3, 2, and 1,
        8. Click On the 3 layer, fill it in with the color black with the paint bucket tool (G), and then change the opacity to 75% and resize it to a smaler circle. With layer 2, do the same thing as before, but change the opacity to 50% and resize the layer a little bigger than layer 3. On layer 1, do the same thing, but change the opacity to 25% and resize a bit larger than layer 2. Also resize the white outline layer so that it is just inside the gray circle. Then save.
        9. Now apply a gaussian blur to every layer except the gray circle, gray rectangle, and the black background. To do this go to filter, blur, and then gaussian blur. On the white outline apply a gaussian blur with a radius of 5. To layer 1 and 2, apply a radius of 10. Then on, layer 3, apply a radius of 15. Then move the white outline layer just above the gray circle. Then save.
        10. Then merge all of the layers except the gray rectangle and the black background. First click on the 3 layer, then hold down shift and click on the gray circle layer, and then press ctrl E. Rename the new layer Circle. Once you have done that, reposition the circle so that it is laying on the rectangle.
        11. If there is blur around your circle, you can fix that. Select the Elliptical Marquee tool (M) and drag the circle shape with the dotted lines over your sphere. Once you have done that, go to select and click on inverse and click delete on your keyboard. That will get rid of all the blur on the circle. Then save.
        12. Now to create a shadow for your sphere, just create a long black oval with the shape tool (U) and then rasterize it. Place the oval under the circle layer and apply a gaussian blur with a radius of 5. Next, create a small white circle using the shape tool and place it in the top right corner of the sphere. Then give it a gaussian blur with a radius of 10.
        13. For the last step, apply a black to white gradient on the gray rectangle layer, but first don’t forget to select the gray rectangle with the magic wand tool first. Then save. Now apply a black to white gradient on the black background. Click on the black background layer first and then start on the shadow of the circle and then drag it to the top right hand corner of the file. Now your masterpiece has been finished.

      • Can’t wait to learn more about photoshop.Go DA.

    • D.A. is really fun. I can’t wait to learn dreamweaver and photoshop.

      • samrubin206 says:

        Basketball Tutorial

        1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution: 150
        2. Paint the background black
        2a. Create a white rectangle at the bottom at the page
        3. Using the shape tool, create three circle shapes, 1 orange, and 2 white. DON’T
        FORGET TO RASTERIZE!
        4. Merge the two white layers together. Select the orange circle with the magic wand
        Tool (W) and then click on the layer of the two white circles. Hit DELETE to create
        An outline. Rename the outline layer “WHITE OUTLINE.
        5. Duplicate the orange circle 3 times naming them 3,2,1 in that order in your layers.
        6. On layer 3, use the paint bucket tool and fill it in black, change the opacity to 75%, then while still on layer three hit ctrl. T and make your circle smaller in the left hand bottom corner.
        7. On layer 2 paint the background black and set the opacity to 50%, then make it outlining layer 3.
        8. On layer one fill the background black and set the opacity to 25%, then make that outlining over layer 2.
        9. Select the white outline, filter<blur<Gaussian blur<radius of 5
        10. Next, to layers 1 and 2(one at a time) filter<blur<Gaussian blur<radius of 10
        11. Next, to layer 3, filter<blur<Gaussian blur<radius of 15
        12. Merge all of those together except for the white circle at the bottom

        Not finished, computer problems, this is all I could do

    • Planet Sphere Tutorial
      BY: Michael Reber
      1.Make a New Document 5 by 5 resolution 150
      2.Apply a gradient to your background layer. Make sure your foreground color yellow and background yellow. Select the radial gradient and make a quarter circle in the top right hand spot.
      3.Make three circles. One Orange circle and two white circles. After you have done this rasterize the three layers.
      4.Position the 2 white layers behind the Orange. Merge the two white layers. Use the magic wand tool to for the white outline.
      5.Make three circle copies of your orange circle. Name the circles 3, 2, 1 in that order. Apply a darker shade of orange to three (the smallest circle after you resize it). Then a gradually lighter shade to the 2nd circle and so on. Until you have to all three circles.
      6.Apply a Gaussian blur to each of the layers below White Outline: 5 1&2: 10 3: 15
      7.Merge layers W.O., 3, 2, 1, and your orange outline.
      8.Use the Marque tool to sharpen the edges of the sphere.
      9.Apply a texture (orange one with line across) to your sphere by double clicking on the layer and clicking on texture.
      10.Now select the custom shape tool. Select the circle with nothing in it. Make the ring so it fits around the circle. Put this layer at the top of your layers. Rasterize. Now take the eraser tool and erase the part of the ring that should be behind the sphere.
      11.Last but not least, apply a Gaussian blur 2, to your ring layer.
      NOW YOU SHOULD HAVE A COOL LOOKING PLANET. FEEL FREE TO MAKE A PLANET OF ANY COLOR, SHAPE, OR SIZE.

      • jacobtrester23 says:

        1.Create a new file 5 by 5 resoultion 150
        2.Make a black rectangle on the bottom 3rd of your page “Don’t forget to raterize it!!!
        Then make three circles again DON’T FORGET TO RASTORIZE!!!!!!!! One white and two blue.
        3.Merge the two circle with the magic wand tool on the white cicle then go to the layer with that you merged and click delete. Rename it white outline.
        4. Duplicate the white circle 3 times rename them “1,2,3”
        On layer three,go to magic wand tool and make sure your on layer three and click on it . Then go on paint pucket and change it to black and then click on shape then change opacity to 75% then resize it.
        5 Go onto layer 2 fill with black, reset opaccity to 50%.Then resize it. Then go into layer 1 fill with black change opacity to 25% and resize it.Then resize the white out linje to fit into gray circle.
        6. Now apply a filter>blur>glausian blur to every layer except the gray circle and gray rectangle.
        White outline(gaussian blur> radius:5)
        1 and 2 (Gaussian blur>Radius: 10
        3 (Gaussian Blur>Radius 15)’
        Once you have applied the blurs move whiter out line bellow the circles.
        7. Now merge all the layers except the rectangle and the back round.To do that click 3 hold “shift” click the other shapes then click “Control “E” Rename it “Circle Then move the layer down to the rectangle. You may have noticed the blur came out of the circle click “M” then put an out line around it. Click “ Selct” then “inverse” then “Delete”
        8.Now create a shadow. Make a black circle using shape tool. Rasterize it and place oval under the Circle layer, then apply an guassian blur (Radius :10)Then make a white circle raterize it and put in right corner of circle.Make sure this layer is in front of the circle layer and put an Gaussin Blur(radius:10)
        9. Go onto shape 1 apply an simple gradient to make a fade.Make sure to Magic wand tool the shape.
        10.Then go onto back round and do the same thing but make the gradient touch the gray circle to the right corner of back round.

      • conormackey says:

        I combined both the Sphere & Name Logo and made a Sphere Name Logo! It is so awesome!

    • This is going to be the best year of Digital Arts ever!

    • D.A IS awesome i can’t wait to learn fun animations. I also can’t wait to enhance my skills in Digital Arts.

    • conormackey says:

      Finally got to post on the open forum!

    • alexcopetas says:

      I think that DA this year is going to be awesome

    • Photoshop rocks! It is so much fun to do in your spare time!

    • jackbarnes25 says:

      hey Ben check out my newest sphere! 😀
      I literally used the pen tool on an xbox logo and BAM THERE IT IS! 😀

  2. Claire Gilmore says:

    Can’t wait for our newest projects this year! This is my first blog post…
    It sounds like an awesome year Mr. Woolery!

  3. Caleb says:

    Hey this is first comment

  4. Alex Vago and Henry Motto says:

    HI This is our first post.

  5. Celia Ahrens says:

    We are going to have a great year! Can’t wait to start some new things on Monday! This blog will become very helpful later in the year!

  6. MacKenzie K. says:

    Hi this is MacKenzie and im posting my first comment, I’m looking forward to get alot of new information and a great year.

  7. Kayla Wood says:

    Hey Mr. Woolery! This is my first comment and I just want to say that this year in Digital Art is going to be awesome!

  8. Audrey York says:

    Looking forward to a great year in Digital Arts.

    (MENTAL HIGH FIVE!) *Quote of Mr. Woolery*

  9. Chrissy Gohman and Drew Serraino says:

    This is Chrissy and Drew. Were looking for a great year in digital arts and this is our first comment.

  10. mark and chad says:

    this is mark and charlesworth and this is out first post

  11. Addie Shelley says:

    This looks really cool! Can’t wait to start this year.
    ~Addie Shelley

  12. Walker Van Hook says:

    Hi this is Walker. I can’t wait to get started in photoshop.

  13. Nick Payiatis says:

    Hey, this year sounds really fun! Hooray!

  14. Jonathan Hanley says:

    I am looking forward to learning more on photoshop.

  15. Sarah Stewart says:

    This looks amazing Mr.Woolery! I’m so excited to have a whole quater to work in my favorite class. 🙂
    Sarah Stewart

  16. Natalie says:

    WOOOO!!! DIGITAL ARTS ROCKS!! I can’t wait to start doing all of the fun projects! I”M PUMPED!!!!

    hi mr. woolery!! 🙂

  17. Andi Christopher says:

    I am so excited for Digital Arts this year! This going to be a great and fun year!

  18. Maddie Arends says:

    I cant wait for digital arts!!! !0 weeks straight of digital arts!! Whoooooo!!!!

  19. Micaela Duever says:

    Hey everybody whats up?? Its Micaela. This is my first comment!!! Gonna have a great year in Digital Arts.

  20. We are ready for another great year of digital arts. =D =D =D =D =D =D =D =D =D =D

  21. Gretchen says:

    I can’t believe we have digital arts for a whole quarter at a time! Yay!

  22. Addie Shelley says:

    This looks really cool! Can’t wait to start a new year in my favorite class!

  23. Natalie says:

    I love the website! It looks so good, you did such a great job!!

  24. we are ready for a fun year in digital arts =p (*_*)

  25. Maddie and Katie says:

    Excited for another year of digital arts!!!! WOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOO!!!!!! 🙂

  26. Hanna Beck says:

    I am so excited for art this year!!!!! yah yah yah

  27. Hanna Beck says:

    😉

    😉

  28. shannonh123 says:

    Hi this is shannon!:)

  29. Daniel says:

    Hey this is my first comment

  30. James and Max says:

    hey hi how ye dering its max and james leaving a post

  31. Andrew Grissom says:

    This is my first comment. I am excited about Digital Arts this year!

  32. Riley Henderson says:

    Hi this is my first post.

  33. Logan and Jake says:

    Were looking forward to a great year in Digital Arts! 1st Comment

  34. Erica Weeks says:

    Hi !!!! This is Erica and Marie and we are so excited to start working on Monday!!! 🙂

  35. Laura and Betty says:

    Hey, this is our first comment, hopefully this year will be a great year!

  36. Graham McCarthy says:

    This class sounds cool! I am excited!

  37. HALEY JACOBS. HALEY WESTON. says:

    Hello! This is Haley Jacobs and Haley Weston. This is our first comment! We are super phsyched for DIGITAL ARTS!!! woooooot woooooot! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  38. Keirstin says:

    Hey! Im lookin forward to digital arts this year 😉

  39. Rebecca says:

    Hey! Bell just rang so I’m just writing a quick note!

  40. Jennifer and Liz says:

    We are looking forward to a great year and we are excited to use these new tools! You did an AWESOME job on this website Mr. Woolery!!!! WOOT WOOT!!! 😀

  41. McKenna & Lindsey says:

    Hey!! This is McKenna and Lindsey and we are so happy for another year of digital arts!! Its gonna be so awesome!! 😛 😀 🙂

  42. Jennifer and Liz says:

    😮

  43. Hi Mr. Woolery!!!! It’s Kate and Juliana with our 1st post!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

  44. Mac Lewis says:

    This stuff looks really cool!!!! I like it

  45. Austin Smythe and Will Grimmer says:

    Hey Mr. Woolery! This is our first comment!!! Very excited about Digital Arts this year, looking forward to having you as our wonderful teacher once again!! Can’t wait till our first project!

  46. digitalart23 says:

    BTW, you all do realize that we had 1,058 hits today, right? That is incredible! By comparison, when I put up the blog last year, we had 67 total hits the first day. Nice work, one and all. See ya manana.

  47. Kila and Maeve says:

    We are sooooo excited for the new school year!!!:)

  48. Julia McAllister says:

    Hey Mr.Woolery, I am looking forward to this year!!!! I can’t wait for our next project!

  49. justinsmariemontschools says:

    Hi Im testing to see if my avartar wil show up or not

  50. schoolerhaley99 says:

    hello!! i am so excited to be back to digital arts!!

  51. madisonlemay23 says:

    Hi

  52. Bailey and Cooper says:

    hey this is our first comment

  53. Gusty says:

    I love Digital Arts! I can’t wait to do some fun projects! 🙂

  54. walker15 says:

    Hi this is just to check my avatar

  55. kg3033 says:

    Hey guys!! just checkin my avatar

  56. mca3597 says:

    I love this whole new avatar thing!! Its soooooooooooooooooooooooooo cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  57. Natalie says:

    I’m having a photoshop block!! Idk what to do… any ideas?

  58. andicc11 says:

    hey… what do you think of my avatar?

  59. walker15 says:

    what should i do

  60. jakejloganc says:

    Hey

  61. Logan C says:

    Like the website

  62. lauraandbetty says:

    Hello I hope this will be a great year! =D

  63. doublehaley says:

    hey!

  64. doublehaley says:

    WE ARE SO COOL. check the avatar.

  65. shredtheguitar says:

    checking to see if this works

    -william majchszak

  66. tntlax47 says:

    Testing MY gravatar

  67. kkkkkkkkkkkyyyyyyyllllllllleeeeeeeee says:

    hi

  68. lauraturner6500 says:

    heyy! Its ellie this year is going to be great!! cant waitt!!!

    Ellie Turner

  69. lordlogan1 says:

    I am having fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thanks Mr. Woolery

  70. sullivanparker says:

    I hope this works

  71. Allie says:

    Hey there, fellas! First comment!

  72. Alexis and Spencer says:

    hi mr. woolery! (and everyone else!)
    We love this class!! and we’re so excited for this year!
    🙂

  73. whitneyC-M says:

    This is going to be a great year

  74. indiglow12 says:

    We posted our Gravatar!! 🙂 yay yay yay yay
    -alexxxis

    • digitalart23 says:

      FYI-I really like the theme of letters weaving in and out of the white lines. It almost looks as if you are transmitting sound waves in the form of the letters of your names. Very creative, girls.

  75. kilatripp says:

    hey just making sure my avatar works!
    Kila

  76. mkaschalk says:

    Hey just making sure my avatar is working
    mackenzie

  77. Maeve says:

    Just seeing if my account works.

  78. maeveharrinton says:

    just seeing if my avatar works.
    Maeve

  79. Michaella fucito says:

    hi it’s michaella just trying this out with my avatar

  80. unique irby says:

    does my avatar work?

  81. unique irby says:

    I think my avatar works!!

  82. Michaella fucito says:

    my avatar works

  83. Michaella fucito says:

    i love my avatar

  84. zjancek says:

    this is my first comment

  85. ststy says:

    Hey it is Ty. Im trying to see if my avatar works.

  86. kendallr77 says:

    hello i wanted to make sure this works.

  87. baileygreenethemaniac says:

    testing………testing………testing……. it works 😯

  88. MADDIE TIMMERS says:

    justt checkingg myy avatarr 🙂

  89. MADDIE TIMMERS says:

    YESSSSSSSS!!!!!!! It worked….

  90. mca3597 says:

    This is one awesome class! I cant wait till we start working with photography!!!!

    • digitalart23 says:

      If you have a digital camera, you can take your photos at home. I’ll go over all of this on Monday, and I will provide an assignment overview here on the blog. If you do decide to shoot your photos at home, you might want to consider taking the pictures outside. That way, you can take full advantage of the natural light.

  91. gustygirl10 says:

    Hi this is Gusty I hope my avartar shows up!

  92. uttnatalie says:

    hi i’m jusrt testing! hope this works out!!

  93. uttnatalie says:

    it didnt

  94. ucpatriot4129 says:

    I made my avitar

  95. uttnatalie says:

    but hopefully it willl now

  96. jel52597 says:

    does it work

  97. julianv999 says:

    Avitar

    • digitalart23 says:

      FYI to all: Julian had twice attempted to post his gravatar as an animation, but it did not work…which is why you see the still portrait. Over the course of the year, we will be able to figure out specifically how to get Flash images uploaded for gravatar usage. We just need to keep at it!

  98. dsimons90 says:

    hey looking to see if this works

  99. dsimons90 says:

    changed pciture

  100. swimming4565 says:

    I am excited for Digital Arts this year!!!!

  101. fairfaxcats says:

    Hey Im excited to begin art

  102. lsufaninohio says:

    This is my Gravatar
    Andrew G.

  103. shannonh123 says:

    HEEEYYYY! 🙂

  104. ericaweeks says:

    Hey this is Erica and I am so excited to start digital arts!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  105. becca1015 says:

    HI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😀

  106. mccgraham says:

    hey this is my seccond avatar. I saved it as an animation. I wonder if it works?

  107. nighthawk1212 says:

    this is nighthawk testing out my avatar

  108. max emish says:

    just testing out my avatar

  109. laxbroozzy says:

    Hey Mr.Woolery I am so Pumped!!! omg so excited

  110. Kyle Norvell says:

    Hey

  111. Steve Hassey says:

    hiiii

  112. anniewirthlin says:

    i love this class! can’t wait for a fun year and digital arts!

  113. meagantz says:

    Hola..Me llamo Meagan….Bueonos tardes! Que pasa?!? Hasta Manana chiacas and chicos!

  114. Annie says:

    i love this class!

  115. anniewirthlin says:

    i am excited.

  116. bek96 says:

    I am excited for a fun year!

  117. Sam says:

    Hey! happy to start a new year in digital arts!

  118. snydachick96 says:

    Hi Mr. Woolery! I can’t wait for the big start of this year! Its going to be fun!

  119. moultac says:

    Hey Peeps! Just checking to see if this thing works!!!!

  120. whitneycm says:

    just checking to see if my avitar works! (:

  121. cowart82warrior says:

    digital art with woolery is a total blast! its a great class!

  122. ischmidtlax says:

    ian schmidt first post

  123. mlclgs says:

    Hey its McKenna and Lindsey seeing if our avatar works! 😀 😛 🙂

  124. teanawhitehead says:

    heyy friends teana’s here saying hello

  125. mah159 says:

    Digital Arts is going to be SO much fun this year! I can’t wait for our first project!!!

  126. ballergavin4 says:

    Finally got my avatar… I know you love it!

  127. ballergavin4 says:

    ¡ʇsod ʇsɹıɟ ʎɯ sı sıɥʇ puɐ ¡uıʌɐƃ sʇı sʇɹɐ lɐʇıƃıp dn sı ʇɐɥʍ

  128. schoolerhaley99 says:

    Cant wait for our new project!

  129. madisonlemay23 says:

    So excited to start digital photography

  130. mca3597 says:

    This project of sketching things are sooooooooooooo cool!!!!!!!!!!

  131. walker15 says:

    hi this is nick with Walker we Say hI

  132. nighthawk1212 says:

    hey its James testing out my gravatar

  133. Mary Deadrick says:

    HEY!

  134. digitalart23 says:

    FYI-we might reach 5,000 hits by the end of the week!

  135. Connor Locke says:

    Hey peoples… uh yah

  136. andremelling says:

    Hey, checking gravatar…

  137. josephhu3 says:

    Hi everyone

  138. Connor Bortz says:

    Dude this is wicked…..how ya derrin

  139. Connor Bortz says:

    This is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO super cool
    I dig DA (Digital Arts)

  140. William Holcomb says:

    Bortz I see you
    I pick up what you’re putting down

  141. Logan says:

    my favorite class to come to

  142. josephhu3 says:

    5,000 hits, nice.

  143. blackcat41 says:

    HEY! THIS IS BLACKCAT41. AKA NATALIE AND MADDIE T. WE ARE SO EXCITED FOR DIGITAL ARTS! :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

  144. Nick Cinquina says:

    hey guys!

  145. Nick Cinquina says:

    Mr. Woolery this is the best sight ever! *Mental Highfive* Go Warriors!

  146. Haley Jacobs says:

    Hey guys this is swick (sweet+sick)

  147. Nick Cinquina says:

    😀 😀 😀 😛 😛 :):);) hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe I love this class sooo much!

  148. how are you!This was a really marvelous website!
    I come from milan, I was luck to look for your blog in bing
    Also I get a lot in your website really thanks very much i will come every day

  149. sean vester says:

    hello bet365italia i am very glad you have found our blog

  150. Connor Bortz says:

    we chose #11 because it had a unique style to it, and a homemade logo for Mariemont.

  151. morgan hemmer says:

    I picked #15 because it brings memories back to me of all the fun times our school has had! =D

  152. Zac Jancek says:

    we chose #11 because it had a unique style to it, and a homemade logo for Mariemont.

  153. weston25 says:

    We chose number 11 because we liked the big M and the blue and gold gradient in the background.

  154. weston25 says:

    and because the M was a homemade logo.

  155. bailey greene says:

    I picked #15 because it showed pics of our school coming together and having fun. =D

  156. Morgan Turner says:

    I selcted number 9 because it is plain and simple in its own way.

  157. Ty says:

    11 because I liked the images used and it wasn’t a bunch of random effects done in photoshop.

  158. Madison LeMay says:

    I voted for number 15 because it really reflects our school

  159. JustinS says:

    The Number that I selected was number 3. The reason why I chose number 3 was because the blend of colors (I like the blue and yellow blur) and and the design of the letters is just excellent. Also, the contrast of the letters with the background look very nice, and makes it easy to read while still looking cool.

  160. schoolerhaley99 says:

    I chose number 15 because I saw how much effort that this student put into making this yearbook cover. I think this is a perfect example of what our school is like.

  161. morganturner22 says:

    -testing-

  162. Andre Melling says:

    Hey everyone, I picked #10 because i liked the effects put in it for example the light reflecting on the warrior head.

  163. Mary Deadrick says:

    I voted for number 2 because I likeed how it was very simple but still showy enough for a yearbook cover.

  164. Charlie&Mason says:

    i chose number 15 because it was really dteailed and percise and really shows us and our school!

  165. kendall rottert says:

    i picked #15 because it represents the school very well with memories and spirt!!!!!!!!! yaaaaaaaaa

  166. Connor Locke says:

    I voted for number 15 because i thought it was very fun and creative and that i thought it had alot of great memory packed pictures

  167. Hanna Beck says:

    I voted for number 3 because I like how simple but complicated it looks and how the arrow goes through the “M”.

  168. Laura and Betty says:

    Laura: I voted for number 10 because it look really complicated and cool and how the peices that look like are cut out blend in to the rest of the piece.

    Betty: I voted for number 6 because it looks really cool and i like how they did the cross word into the background.

  169. Shannon Hogan says:

    my fav. is number 2 because it has lots of good memories in the pictures.

  170. andrew grissom says:

    I chose #3 because we liked the simplicity of the gradient and the background which made the warrior head stand out.

  171. andrew grissom says:

    I chose #3 because I liked the simplicity of the gradient and the background which made the warrior head stand out.

  172. becca1015 says:

    I voted for numbers 6 because it was very unique and different from the rest! 🙂

  173. Logan and Riley says:

    We chose number 7 because we thought it would look cool on the yearbook this year.

  174. marie schneider says:

    I voted for #6 because I liked the crossword puzzle and spotlight.

  175. Graham McCarthy says:

    I chose #14 because Il iked the gradient in the background and the font for the words.

  176. Shannon Hogan says:

    This is Lauren T I voted for number one because it is realy captivating to the eye

  177. Daniel and Jake says:

    Hey this is jake and daniel
    nice job on the covers

  178. Erica Weeks says:

    I voted for #6 Because I liked the crossword puzzle.

  179. nighthawk1212 says:

    I chose #8 because I like the gradient and the warrior logo.

  180. sean vester says:

    I selected 12 because it is very detailed and clear.

  181. Katherine and the Haleys says:

    We picked #5 because we like the simplicity of it and we thought it would be a suitable yearbook cover. 🙂

  182. max emish says:

    I chose #6 because it looked cool and I liked it the best.

  183. kmason1 says:

    I voted for number 7 because I like the contrast of the background colors and pattern.

  184. kmason1 says:

    I voted for number 7 because I like the contrast of the background colors and pattern. 🙂 (actually, i just closed my eyes and pointed

  185. Parker Sullivan and William Majchszak says:

    we chose # 9 because we like the pattern

  186. laxbro6 says:

    I chose number 9 because it looks liike someone took a lot of time making all of the lines for it.

  187. William Holcomb says:

    I voted for #12 because it was pretty wicked awesome

  188. snydachick96 says:

    I chose #2 because it represents mariemont with a clear and cool illusion of gradient/shapes in the background.

  189. Nick C says:

    hey i chose #7 because it had a very cool gradient

  190. laxbkelly says:

    I choose number 2 because it ahd really coll shapes and gradients that represented Mariemont Junior High.

  191. cocochris says:

    I voted for 2 because it had a great gradient and the squares looked cool in contrast

  192. Annie W says:

    I voted for number 2 because I thought it would make a nice and simple yearbook cover for Mariemont.

  193. I chose #8,because i thought it was nice and very devoted to our principal for being a wonderful principal.:):)

  194. mlclgs says:

    I voted for #1 because it captures life in school. I like how the blue-and-gold theme was incorporated. It was very nice.

  195. mlclgs says:

    i chose number 15 because the different shapes with blue and gold was very cool.

  196. Jennifer and Liz says:

    We voted for #4 because we thought it was simple, but artistic.

  197. indiglow20 says:

    I voted for #15 because it is modern and it looks realistic… not cartoonish

  198. Juliana O says:

    I voted for #4 because I liked the design.

  199. indiglow20 says:

    I voted for #1 because I thought the theme was really cool. I liked the colors and it would be a great cover for the yearbook.

    -Spencer (:

  200. Clio21 says:

    I selected number 1 because I thought it was very creative!

  201. ian schmidt says:

    I voted for the last one.

  202. Claire Gilmore says:

    I voted for letter H because it isn’t too cluttered but appealing to the eyes. I think it is a good choice for our yearbook cover!!!!!!!


    Claire G

  203. benb13 says:

    I voted for #3, because this desgin felt like it was going to jump out at you, it looked real cool and 3D, and the letters had that awesome blur effect. plus the colors were a great mixture of blue and yellow, the creator really made both of those colors stand out.

  204. Julia McAllister says:

    hey ppls. i voted for H. i like it because it is neat and well organized. it gets right to the point. i would love to purchase this years year book.

  205. Sierra H says:

    I choose letter E because I liked the colors, the design, the text color, and the text place.

  206. Gavin says:

    I voted for A because it’s awesome!!

  207. MacKenzie Kaschalk says:

    I voted for letter D because I liked the idea behind the cross word puzzle. It was very creative and I like the other photoshop details added in the design as well. It also used the blue and gold colors very well.

  208. Alex and Henry says:

    We voted for A because it has a awesome pattern.

  209. Celia Ahrens says:

    I voted for letter H because it has alll of the information needed to show it represents Mariemont Junior High. Also the front isn’t to busy so you are not overwhelmed with information.

  210. Sierra H says:

    I choose letter E because I liked the colors, the design, the text color,and the text place.

  211. Kayla says:

    I chose letter F because it’s really bright and colorful and perfect for a yearbook cover!

  212. Caleb Middlebrook says:

    I voted for letter E because it was very virbrant and full of mariemonts color and Spirit

  213. Zac Jancek says:

    i like the way C looks, the shadow makes it look focused in and has a very modern design

  214. Connor Bortz says:

    i like the way C looks, the shadow makes it look focused in and has a very modern design

  215. Ty says:

    I chose letter B because I liked the way that the picture on the front looked and I liked the background.

  216. JustinS says:

    I voted for letter C, because the simplicity of the design mixed with the navy blue (rather than the lighter tint of blue) and yellow is just brilliant. also, the “U” curve (a curve that goes up in the shape of a “U”) where two shades of navy blue (one slightly darker than the other) looks just awesome, and the small amount of yellow is no burden to it either.

  217. weston25 says:

    We chose letter C because of the cool lighting and we also liked the how they used the mariemont M. We liked the patern in the lighting.

  218. Madison LeMay says:

    I voted for letter H because i liked how it was organized.

  219. schoolerhaley99 says:

    I voted for letter H because i liked how it was organized.

  220. mariah morrow says:

    hey meagan,uniq, and morgan hemmer

  221. caleb says:

    Yearbook #c looked the most modern and had the most detail.

  222. Mary Deadrick says:

    I voted for letter G because I thought it was so cool how it was the board game life!

  223. schoolerhaley99 says:

    I chose letter H because it is very well organized and will be a great cover for our yearbook! Hope it wins!!

  224. Bobby Gerberick says:

    i voted for C because i like how it is focused and the use of the mariemont M

  225. Madison LeMay says:

    I chose letter H because i liked how it was organized.

  226. Kendall Rottert says:

    i picked letter G because it was the most creative and vey represenitive of the school

  227. bailey greene says:

    i chosse b because it showed real memories of our school

  228. katie g says:

    I chose letter g when i voted because i thought it was really creative to use the LIFE theme. Good job to whoever designed it!

  229. Natalie U says:

    I chose G. because I think it is so cool that it is a life board….. It was really creative and I think that it would be yearbook cover to remember!! I really liked letter C too… that would be my second vote 🙂

  230. gwittry says:

    I voted for H because I thought it looked really simple, but really cool at the same time.

  231. cooper and bailey says:

    We liked 3 because it has a clear but blury look to it and it looks awesome

  232. Jonathan H says:

    I voted for D becuase I thought it was creative with the crossword puzzle and I liked the background.

  233. Maddie Arends says:

    I voted for number 3 because I liked the pattern and the “M” with the arrow going through the “M”. Today I voted for C because it was the same one i voted for yesterday and the pattern is cool!

  234. bailey says:

    I choose G. because I think it is so cool that it is a life board…,, It was really creative and I think that it would be yearbook cover to remember!! I really liked letter C too… that would be my second vote 🙂

  235. bailey says:

    I chose G. because I think it is so cool that it is a life board….. It was really creative and I think that it would be yearbook cover to remember!! I really liked letter C too… that would be my second vote 🙂

  236. Addie and Sarah says:

    we picked C because it was simple but cool!

  237. Gusty says:

    I voted for B because it has bright colors and pictures of mjhs students. I really liked how it was a warrior head.

  238. mark and charlesoworth says:

    this is mark hamlin and i liked the first picture because it was colorful and I liked the zoom effect.

  239. addieandsarah says:

    I also chose C because I like how it wasn’t distracting like the others.

  240. charlesworthwinston3nd says:

    I voted for c because I like the way it was made with all of the colors.

  241. Laura says:

    Hey I voted for D. because I like how the crossword puzzle kind of clashes with background and they put our school name and everything into the crossword puzzle.

  242. becca1015 says:

    I voted for design G because it was such a unique idea to make it into a board game! 😀 although…H would be my second choice! That was pretty cool, too!

  243. Erica and Marie says:

    We voted for D because we liked the crossword puzzle and the lighting effects!

  244. Graham McCarthy says:

    I voted for E because I liked the shapes and the texture effects.

  245. Erica says:

    Hey I voted for D because I liked the crossword puzzle and the lighting effects!

  246. Betty says:

    Hey, I choose D because I think the picture looks cool and how the background looks like a crossword puzzle.

  247. Haley W. says:

    I voted for C because I liked the simplicity of the design and I thought it would be a very suitable yearbook cover.

  248. Mrs. Skinner says:

    I loved all of the yearbook designs! It made it so hard to choose! Great work, everyone! You are all so talented!

  249. kmason1 says:

    I voted for G because the Idea of a board game is original. It looks cool

  250. kmason1 says:

    I voted for G because the Idea of a board game is original. It looks cool 🙂

  251. Katherine S. says:

    I voted for b because I like the way it has our pictures in it.

  252. Parker Sullivan and William Majchszak says:

    We both voted for C because it has a cool lighting effect and a cool logo

  253. William Holcomb says:

    I voted for C because it is wicked awesome and it shows our SPIRIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    OOOOOOOOOOOHHHH YEAAHHHHHH

  254. laxbro6 says:

    I voted for this because the M looks very cool. dis is connor

  255. Logan says:

    I liked B because it had all the different photos in it.

  256. sarah says:

    Hey everyone I voted for B. I thought it was really cool with the pictures of everyone. I thought it reflected the students this year.

  257. Annie W says:

    I voted for C because i thought it would make the best yearbook cover desgin!

  258. Ellie And Gabbie says:

    We both voted for letter b because we love it and it is soo cool! we love the warriors head!

  259. Allie says:

    I voted for letter “G” because it seemed like there was alot of effort put into his/her work, and it was very “eye grabbing”.

  260. laxbkelly says:

    I voted for C because it represents Mariemont Junior High in a cool way, I liked the M with the spear through it

  261. cocochris says:

    I voted for E because i thought it had the best colors and gradients

  262. snydachick96 says:

    I chose H because I loved the simplicity of the design and how it really highlights our school colors and spirit for Mariemont Junior High.

  263. Steve Hassey says:

    I liked letter C because of thew way that the multiple squares contrasted with the darker background.

  264. Nick Cinquina says:

    I chose C becuase the M had a very cool design and the background was really cool.

  265. indiglow20 says:

    We both voted for B because it showed real memories and, of course, it had COAACHH SUMMERVILLLEE in it… ❤ 🙂 thanks annoymous (how ever you spell that) person who made that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  266. Lindsey says:

    I voted for G because it looks really cool. Good job everybody! Your covers look amazing!

  267. McKenna says:

    I voted for E, because the blue and gold squares looked really cool. I thought it was really good. 🙂 😀 😉

  268. indiglow20 says:

    Congradulations Cooper!!!!!! Great job I love the cover… !! 🙂

  269. Connor Bortz says:

    way to go cooper! i am so proud of you!!!!!!

  270. zjancek says:

    this is awesome!!!!!

  271. ellens98 says:

    Hey evreybody, this is Ellen and Hadley, we saved:
    Home User: $171.11
    Office Administrator: $57.17
    Multimedia Designer: $122.11
    College Student: $59.09

  272. maggiesanks says:

    hey evrybody!!!!!
    For home usser i saved… $171.11
    Office administrator……$57.17
    College student……..$54.06
    Multimedia Designer…….$177.11

  273. gabe28 says:

    I saved $102.17 as the office administrator!
    I saved $309.31 as the multimedia designer!
    I saved $64.06 as the college student!

  274. willhobartcharliemanzler says:

    Hey its Will and Charlie,
    We saved…
    Home Users: $86.15
    Office Administrator: $57.17
    College Student: $4.06
    Multimedia Designer: $209.31

  275. sstutenroth says:

    Hey, my name is Spencer Stutenroth as the Office Administrator we saved $57.17. As the Home User I saved $86.15. as the Multimedia Designer I saved $132.11. And as the College Student I saved $54.06

  276. bcrowley1 says:

    My savings:
    Office Admin. – 57.17
    Designer- 32.11
    College- 54.06
    Home User- 203.31

  277. zacharykeith10 says:

    Office- 57.17
    Designer- 32.11
    College-54.06
    home-203.31

  278. dharrismjhs says:

    This is Mikey and my results:

    Multimedia Designer: $132.11
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    College Student: $69.18
    Home Owner: $158.31

  279. JamieWandAnnaK says:

    Office Administrator: saved $102.17
    Mulimedia Designer: saved $309.31
    Collage Student: saved $54.06
    We had fun with this project!

  280. laurenandtaliyah says:

    college student-we saved $4.06
    office administrator-we saved $57.17
    multimedia designer-we saved $119.36

  281. Ryan Duever says:

    Hi this is Ryan Duever This is how much money I saved for the fallowing people
    Mome User= 203.31
    Office Administrator= 58.42
    Multimedia desinger= 299.31
    College Student= 101.38

  282. tbeast909 says:

    This Is TY and KENNY and this how much money we saved
    Office administer $102.17
    Collage student $ 64.60
    Multimidea designer $ 33.11

  283. koremantwins says:

    Hello this is Eli and Gabe
    Home User- $131.15
    Office Administrator- $102.17
    Multimedia Designer- $209.31
    College Student- $59.07

  284. martinschram says:

    HI it’s Martin

    Collage student: $64.06
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Mutimedia designer: $ 309.31
    Home User: $212.36

  285. chanceandroe21 says:

    Multimedia Designer:
    $232.11
    Home User:
    $86.15
    Office Administrator:
    $57.17
    College Student:
    $39.06

  286. michaelcaperton says:

    hi this is michael
    Collage student: $64.06
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Mutimedia designer: $ 309.31
    Home User: $212.36

  287. lilliangatch12 says:

    Hello

  288. raykerry says:

    126.11- home user
    102.17- office administrator
    69.18- college student
    209.31- multimedia designer

    From: Rebecca and LeeAnn

  289. madeleinehoffer says:

    Home User- $89.19
    Office Administrator-$57.19
    Multimedia Desighner- $232.11
    Collage Student- $ 54.06

  290. mbarrett10 says:

    This is what dawon and I got:

    Multimedia Designer: $132.11
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    College Student: $69.18
    Home Owner: $158.31

  291. aurevick21 says:

    I got:

    Multimedia Designer: $309.31
    Home User: $222.47
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    College Student: $64.06

  292. Wyatt says:

    This is Wyatt, here’s what I saved:

    Homeowner-172.4 remaining
    Office Administrator-13.42 remaining
    Multimedia Designer-110.31 remaining
    College Student-59.07 remaining

  293. Aurora & Meg says:

    All together we saved $1,054.36.
    (We added all of our savings together) 🙂 🙂

  294. Logan Urbanski & William Bragg says:

    Home User Saved: $212.36
    Office Adminastrator Saved: $57.17
    Multimedia Designer Saved: $309.31
    College Student Saved: $64.06

  295. Victor Schmithorst says:

    Here are the total amounts I saved:
    Home Owners: $173.30
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Multi-media Designer: $277.11
    College Student: $29.06

  296. Colin and Jerry says:

    Office Administrator: $57.17
    Multimedia Desighner: $309.31
    College student: $64.06
    Home Owner: $158.31

  297. hads345 says:

    Hey everybody!

    MR WOOLERY APPROVES THIS MESSAGE

  298. lhiggs10 says:

    Hey guys!
    I saved $231(around that)on the media desiner
    I saved $27 on colledge student
    I saved $74 on the office administrater

  299. Carter Andrews says:

    Home User-$118.35
    Office Administrator-$13.42
    Multimedia Designer-$87.16
    College Student-$59.07

  300. willhobartcharliemanzler says:

    Hello Everyone

    Testing avatar. Mr. Woolery approves.

  301. Carter Andrews says:

    Hi, this is Carter. I am attempting to see my new avatar.

  302. Conner and jeffrey says:

    College Student:$19.11
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Home Users: $171.11
    Multimedia Designer: $210.31

  303. conner and jeffrey says:

    College Student:$19.11
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Home Users: $171.11
    Multimedia Designer: $210.31

    oh yeah

  304. mooman311 says:

    This is Matt and Danny on Matt’s gravitar
    We saved:

    Multimedia Designer: $219.36
    Office Administrater: $102.17
    Colleg Student: $19.11
    Home User: $203.31

  305. Mac says:

    hey it’s Mac, i saved:
    $232.11 with the multimedia designer
    $126.11 with the home user
    $59.07 with the college student
    and $102.17 with the office administrator

  306. bulldogsareme says:

    I am attempting to see my avatar. approved by mr. woolery

  307. YankeesRMe says:

    Hello Everyone
    Home user: saved $126.11 Security level: green
    Office administrator: saved $13.42 security level: green
    Multimedia Designer: saved 74.36 security level: yellow
    College student: saved 91.27 security level: yellow
    Mr. Woolery Approves This is Brooks

  308. paige says:

    This is Paige H. and Abbey C. we saved…
    Collage Student- $56.06
    Office Administrater- $57.17
    Home- $158.31
    Multi Media Designer- $64.31

  309. Shea Wells + Ally Williams says:

    Office administrater 102.17
    College student 69.18
    Multimedia designer 177.11
    Home 131.15

  310. Connor Jacob and Alex Garner says:

    Home- 198.30
    Office Administrator- $26.22
    Multimedia designer- 110.31
    College student- 86.26

  311. molliec123 says:

    Hi this is Mollie Coates, i think this was a great project!

  312. Nina says:

    Home User: $86.15
    Office Administrator :$ 57.17
    Multimedia designer: $214.36
    College Student: $64.06

  313. Kenny bottom and ty bucher says:

    Hey its kenny and ty we saved Office administer $102.17
    Collage student $ 64.60
    Multimidea designer $ 33.11
    Home owner: $7.31

  314. Isabella Bernardini & Anna Schwartz says:

    Office Administrater: $57.17
    College Student: $64.06
    Multimedia Desinger: $214.36
    Home User: $86.15

  315. RichardSchulte says:

    Home User 86.15
    College Student 59.07
    Office Administrator 102.17
    Multimedia designer 267.11

  316. Natalie Popowics & Michelle Hacias says:

    Home User: $158.31
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Multimedia Designer: $232.11
    College Student: $64.06

  317. RichardSchulte says:

    Home User 86.15
    College Student 59.07
    Office Administrator 102.17
    Multimedia designer 267.11

    my scores

  318. Hi its collin and will this is what we saved:
    Home User- $126.11
    Office Administer- $57.17
    Multimedia Designer-$277.11
    College Student-$64.06

  319. Lily says:

    Home User Saved: $158.31
    Offace Administrator Saved: $12.18
    Multimedia Desighner Saved: $309.31
    Collage Student Saved: $64.06

  320. nick Klawitter and james maze says:

    Addministrater 110.18
    college student 69.18
    meltimedia desigher 177.19
    home 122.00

  321. Rowan S. says:

    HI! I am Rowan and i saved….
    Office: 57.17
    Desinger: 309.31
    Collegae: 64.06
    Home: 177.11

  322. RichardSchulte says:

    post

  323. oliviagriesmer28 says:

    office- 57.17
    desinger-232.11
    student-51.31

  324. cole stautberg says:

    Collage student-$64.06
    Home P.C.-$126.11
    Web Designer-$177.11
    Administrator-$102.17

    -Cole stauberg

  325. Jonh f and Sam B says:

    Office Administrater: $605.06
    College Student: $40.15

  326. hi munch and catherine saved 414 dollars

    bye
    by

  327. Madeleine Hoffer says:

    Hey guys its Madeleine!!!!!!!
    Happy Friday!

  328. Jacob Pittman says:

    Hey this is my first post ya!!

  329. mikelockhart says:

    hey its mike my savings were
    Office58.19
    Designer 287.93
    college 64.06
    Home 122.0

  330. Addy says:

    College Student- Money saved= $59.07
    Multimedia Designer- Money saved= $277.11
    Office Administrator – Money saved=$102.17
    Home User- Money saved=$31.15

  331. BaileyVianello says:

    Multimedia designer: 309.31
    College Student: 64.06
    Home User: 158.31
    Office Admin.: 57.17

  332. sadieandmaddie says:

    This is Maddie and Sadie we saved:
    Office: $57.17
    Designer: $177.19
    Home: $122.00
    College:64.06

  333. robbyneugent says:

    I saved this much:

    College student money saved: $64.06
    Office Adminustrator : $102.17
    Graphic Desiogner: $309.31
    Home user: $203.31

  334. Lilith Saylor says:

    Hizees! First Post (please work)!

  335. noahdill4 says:

    tis is noah just checking my avatar
    with mr.woorley permission

  336. Leahdupre says:

    Leah Dupre

    I saved $496.69 for the Home User.
    I saved $102.17 for the Office Administrator
    I saved $267.11 for the Multimedia Designer
    I saved $96.26 for the College Student

  337. Nick Kauffman says:

    Home User= $86.15
    Office Administer: $3.17

  338. Reid Fakes says:

    Hey guys I saved:
    Home User $176.10
    Office Administrator $102.17
    Multimedia Designer $233.36
    College Student $64.06

  339. sarahbell2 says:

    hey this is Sarah. My savings…

    Home User
    Remaining: $131.15

    Office Administrator
    Remaining: $ 57.17

    Multimedia Designer
    Remaining: $ 110.31

    College Student
    Remaining: $ 54.06

  340. We saved……..
    Home User
    Saved $171.11
    College Student
    Saved $ 54.06
    Office Administrator
    Saved $102.17
    Multimedia Designer
    $ 177.11
    ~julia and katie~

  341. cassie05 says:

    Morgan and I saved the home users $131.15.
    We saved the Office Administrator $102.17.
    The Multimedia designer $209.31.
    The College Student $64.06.

  342. Julia Long says:

    Hey its Julia my savings are…

    Home User
    Remaining: $131.15

    Office Administrator
    Remaining: $ 57.17

    Multimedia Designer
    Remaining: $ 110.31

    College Student
    Remaining: $ 54.06

  343. cassie05 says:

    Meeting User Requirements
    Morgan and I saved the home users $131.15.
    We saved the Office Administrator $102.17.
    The Multimedia designer $209.31
    the College Student $64.06

    Morgan & Cassie

  344. Sarah Bell says:

    Hey this is Sarah.My savings are…
    Home User
    Remaining: $131.15

    Office Administrator
    Remaining: $ 57.17

    Multimedia Designer
    Remaining: $ 110.31

    College Student
    Remaining: $ 54.06

  345. We saved……..
    Home User
    Saved $171.11
    College Student
    Saved $ 54.06
    Office Administrator
    Saved $102.17
    Multimedia Designer
    $ 177.11

    ~julia and katie~

  346. gerredgrace says:

    hey,

    we saved $368.36 all together!!! 🙂

  347. Katy and Javon says:

    Hey guys its Katy and Javon!!

    On the home user we saved: 158.31
    On the office administrator we saved: 102.17 dollars
    On the multimedia designer we saved: 309.31 dollars
    On the college student we saved: 91.27 dollars

  348. catherineandjulia says:

    Let’s try this…remember, I will need to approve the comment before the new avatar shows up.

  349. AUrevick21 says:

    ^^^^^ Check out my new Gravatar!

  350. jacobconnor says:

    This is my new gravatar.

  351. nelson627 says:

    this is my gravatar…

  352. oliviag23 says:

    I love my new gravatar.

  353. abbytakasandrebeccacurran says:

    This is Rebecca Curran and Abby Takas, and we are so excited for digital arts this year!

  354. sstutenroth says:

    This is Spencer Stutenroth and Chris Spooner, can’t wait for an awesome year in best class, digital arts

  355. sstutenroth says:

    This is Spencer Stutenroth and Chris Spooner, can’t wait for an awesome year in best class, digital arts!

  356. chloebaker13 says:

    This Chloe and Nina and we are really excited for DA this year!

  357. ninamorgan345 says:

    This Chloe and Nina and we are really excited for DA this year!

  358. comptonwilson says:

    This is Wilson Compton glad to be back in digital arts!

  359. robinsonlauren says:

    This is Lauren Robinson, and I’m so excited for eigth grade digital arts!

  360. Jamie and Emmy says:

    we are excited for digital arts this year!!

  361. paigeharris says:

    This is going to be a great year!!

  362. sheawells says:

    this is Kendogg and shea saying we dig digital art

  363. jtglaser says:

    Excited for the cleaning season!!!!!! And DA!

  364. rowanstephens says:

    This is going to be a great year!!!
    RS

  365. ravenncassie says:

    This is Raven and Cassie Ilove DA

  366. handbrennan says:

    happy for DA!

  367. Brooks says:

    Pumped to be back!!! Excited for a great year in photoshop!!!

  368. maggiesanks says:

    This is going to be an awesome year in D.A.!!!!!!! 🙂

  369. Will Ciolino says:

    This is going to be a great year in DA! 🙂

  370. taliyahgodfrey says:

    Sooooo excited for this year in D.A.!!!!!!!!!!! ❤

  371. laurengetgey3 says:

    Can’t wait to start the picture project and for another fun year in Digital Arts!

  372. TONY says:

    I am so glad for DA again this year @ MJHS!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  373. ellens98 says:

    So excited for Digital Arts this year!!

  374. asmythe8277 says:

    Hi Mr. Woolery! I love digital arts! Your class is awesome, I cannot wait for another great year that comes ahead with new and exciting things!!

  375. rachelmunch says:

    I’m so excited for the new year in DA!!! Can’t wait to learn new things about photoshop

  376. chance21 says:

    this is chance and i am ready for the digital photography project… i always wondered what those pictures of previous 8th grader were

  377. mackkdingle13 says:

    I can’t wait until this year gets going! I love DA and I am excited for another year of Photoshop!

  378. koremantwins says:

    Very Excited For Digital Arts This Year!!!!!

  379. madelinefalknor says:

    Hi! This is going to be a great year in digital arts! Can’t wait for this photography project Mr. Woolery has been talking about! 🙂 🙂

  380. hubernicholas says:

    I just finished my gravatar, I’m so excited!!!

  381. hads345 says:

    So Excited for DA!! Another great year of photoshop ahead of us!!

  382. logon4me says:

    This is Logan and I’m excited for photoshop this year!!

  383. andrewmoeller says:

    This is my gravatar. I’m anticipating a great year in digital arts!!!

  384. eliktwin2 says:

    Can’t wait to make my own website!

  385. I am very excited to start working in photoshop again and make my own website!!

  386. catherineandjulia says:

    I am soo excited about this year! It will be so much fun! GO DIGITAL ARTS!!!!!

    Catherine Perry

  387. molliec123 says:

    I am so excited for another year of fun in photo shop! All the projects we will start and complete seem very fun and interesting! I can barely wait to design a web site and explore photoshop even more this year!

  388. catherineandjulia says:

    Digital Arts is going to be some much fun this year! I can’t wait to make my own website!

    -Julia Dolle

  389. donnnale says:

    Digital arts will be fantastic this year!

  390. fakeoutfakes says:

    Im so excited to use photoshop!

  391. cmanz1113 says:

    Happy to be back in DA and looking forward to working in photoshop

  392. nickklawitter says:

    hi its nick this is going to be the best school year yet!!! 😉

  393. rorymcg says:

    I cant wait to do more work in photoshop!

  394. sierrasims13 says:

    8th Grade!!! That means i get to start out with photoshop for the quarter!!! Can’t wait!(:

  395. jordanlobsiger says:

    OH MY GOSH!!! Its 8th grade!!! I can’t wait to do a whole bunch of fun projects in photoshop!!
    This is gonna be a fantastic year!! 😀

  396. kauffee1998 says:

    Testing Gravatar

  397. Adam Smith says:

    It’s really great that we can finally make our own websites.

  398. mongenaselliott says:

    This is my Gravatar I can not wait until we can make our own websites

  399. michael caperton says:

    its cool to be back in da

  400. noahdill4 says:

    This is my first comment yey.

  401. abbeycash says:

    back in digital arts:)

  402. petermanwyatt says:

    hey forum, looking forward to a great year… cant wait to make my own website.

  403. mikenmatt007 says:

    I’m sooo excited to make a website for myself and get back into Photoshop! DA!

    -Mikey B.

  404. Will Hobart says:

    I can’t wait to get back into photoshop and make amazing stuff!!!

  405. gunner977 says:

    It is great to be in DA agian.

  406. mikenmatt007 says:

    I AM EXCITED. ITS GOING TO BE A GREAT YEAR.

    -Matthew T.

  407. julialong says:

    Glad to be back and do more fun stuff in digital arts

  408. sarahhammerfc says:

    Hi! Excitedt to be back in da!

  409. lindsayharden184 says:

    so glad to be back in digital arts!

  410. sarahhammerfc says:

    Happy to be back:)

  411. I’m excited for this year!

  412. sarahbell2 says:

    I can’t wait to get back to work in Digital Arts bell 7!!!

  413. aromick1 says:

    first comment on digital arts YEAH BUDDY

  414. rennerrox1997 says:

    Exited to be back in D.A.!!!!!!!

  415. earlscourtney says:

    I so excited for another great year in digital arts!

  416. AUrevick21 says:

    Can’t wait for the yearbook design this year!

  417. richardschulte says:

    this is going to be a good year.

  418. ogriesmer says:

    this year’s going to be great! 🙂

  419. natpopo13 says:

    It’s awesome to be back in DA! Can’t wait to get started! 🙂

  420. davisconner says:

    I can’t wait for the projects this year

  421. sadied says:

    I can’t wait for another year of digital arts!!! 🙂

  422. megcaesar22 says:

    I’m excited for this year in digital arts!!!

  423. cole stautberg says:

    Exited to back in D.A!!!!!!!
    -Cole

  424. bsvianelloalltheway says:

    hi Mr. Woolery nice site!

  425. mikelockhart says:

    whats up Mr w im excited for a great year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  426. zachkeith says:

    can’t wait for the web design this year good to be back!!

  427. gabesafier28 says:

    I just posted this comment

  428. nelson627 says:

    Digital arts is going to be awesome this year

  429. martinschram says:

    I’m so glad to be back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂

  430. bcrowley1 says:

    Digital arts is going to be awesome this year

  431. lizzyg17 says:

    Can’t wait to get back in to doing fun things in D.A.!!!

  432. mmoehring5003 says:

    This is my new gravatar. Excited for digital arts this year!!

  433. raycrockett98 says:

    this is my gravatar

  434. Ryan says:

    hey its Ryan Hope to have a great year in digital arts!!!!!!!!

  435. lukehiggs says:

    GLAD DA HAS STARTED AGAIN!!! SO READY!! 😀

  436. robbyneugent says:

    Digital Arts is going to be fun this year!

  437. KENNY BOTTOM says:

    Hey Bros its Ty hope to have a great year!

  438. mmoehring5003 says:

    this is my new gravatar! i cant wait for D.A. this year!!!

  439. kennybottom says:

    hi this is Kenny saying i dig digital art

  440. bartersamuel says:

    everyones avatars look great

  441. lysskiym says:

    hi this is my gravatar

  442. panthersrule1 says:

    Happy for DA! Go Clorox!

  443. graciemcgrawrocks says:

    I think this is going to be a great year!
    Grace 🙂

  444. jtglaser says:

    Digital arts is cool

  445. bulldogsareme says:

    Hey Guys just testing my gravatar. I cant wait for a great year

    GO DAWGS!!!!!!!

  446. courtneycoxrocks says:

    This will be a great year !
    Courtney =)

  447. 9497jbieberandkelsey says:

    Heyy! This will the BEST YEAR ever!! Can’t wait!!

    -Kelsey Sutherland

  448. tony1111111111 says:

    I’m so excited for DA this year:) !!!!!!!!!

  449. momo.rowe3 says:

    excited for the school year… love d.a!

  450. ICONicBoyz101Kelsey says:

    OMG! I’m sooo excitied for this D.A year!! Rock on! LOL

  451. katyn21 says:

    I’m soo excited for this year in DA this year!

  452. aurora81812 says:

    I am realy exstatic 😀

  453. wilsonj5 says:

    looking forward to a great school year! 😀

  454. gerredgrace says:

    i am looking forward to a great year.

  455. excited for photoshop this year

  456. katiet123 says:

    Excited for DA this year!

  457. LeeAnn says:

    excited for a fun quarter in digital arts!

  458. I am super exited to be in Digital Arts again!!!

  459. isabellabernardini says:

    So excited for digital arts! Cant wait for the photography project!

  460. danwoodruff says:

    i got my post finished

  461. rjduever says:

    this is ryan duever and my first comment this year

    i hope this works

    go da

  462. colintheye says:

    Hey this is colin
    i am so excited to make websites this year!

  463. torilove says:

    I really like digital arts and I can’t wait for what I will be doing this year!

  464. alexismjarjosa says:

    Hi! Digital arts is completely awesome and I can’t wait to do more activities this year!

  465. wilsonj5 says:

    😦 the first qut is over have fun in gym cya in 3rd!!!! 😀 😛

  466. crabtreejacob8 says:

    I cant wait to do more photo shop work

  467. madisonsmith24 says:

    I’m excited to learn about photoshop!~ 🙂

  468. gunnarnixon14 says:

    Interested to see what is possible in photoshop!

  469. alcidjacobs says:

    So exctied to make animations and explore Photoshop even more!!! 😀

  470. emilyferguson21 says:

    D.A.=awesome photoshop is a lot of fun!

  471. amandalewis22 says:

    I’m really excited to make animations and go further into photoshop.

  472. lindseyimhoff says:

    I can’t wait to work more with Photoshop!!!!!!!

  473. joeveeneman says:

    I want to edit more photos in photoshop. Who Dey!

  474. ninapayiatis says:

    Photoshop rocks! Can’t wait to make animations 🙂

  475. jackmathis1328 says:

    I can’t wait to do more work in photoshop and be able to do more fun projects.

  476. doughertyconnor says:

    I can’t wait to learn more features in photoshop to design cool things!

  477. maddymoriarty says:

    I can’t wait to work more with the awesome effects in photoshop! I have never done anything with photoshop but have heard all about it and I can’t wait to figure out how to actually use it! Looking forward to an awesome quarter 🙂

  478. savannahgiordullo says:

    I am excited to do more in photoshop! There are a lot of tools that I can’t use yet, so I want to learn how to use them.

  479. connorday33 says:

    I can’t wait for this year in digital arts!!! It is my first year ever using photoshop and I can’t wait to do more. I am so excited for the year to come and learning new skills, tricks and shortcuts on photoshop!!!

  480. fionakane says:

    For photo shop I’m excited to work more in photo shop. I’ve never really worked in photo shop before and I want to learn more about it and how to work with it. I am also excited to do the Cambell’s soup cans. I’ve seen them around the school and I really like the way the look and I want to try to make one.

  481. gracebrittingham says:

    I can’t wait to have more fun in digital arts this year!!!!!

  482. kippermandarius says:

    Interested in this class.

  483. janiebortz36 says:

    I am excited to do more photo shop in digital arts. It going to be so much fun!

  484. luckydawsonbattison333 says:

    I can’t wait to have a great 2nd quarter.

  485. courtneydunning says:

    I can’t wait to get some free time and learn about photoshop!

  486. bobbyd123 says:

    Photoshop is so cool. I can’t wait to use it more.

  487. lilynguyen123 says:

    I CAN’T WAIT TO LEARN ABOUT MAKING ANIMATIONS!! I LOVE DIGITAL ARTS!!

  488. nfindley says:

    I am really excited about making animations in photoshop and getting to make three-dimensional objects.

  489. andrewmariemont says:

    I can’t want to do more work

  490. adriannahenderson says:

    This is my first comment… I can`t wait to do more work in photoshop and animations!!!! This is going to be a great year!I love digital arts!

  491. I am super excited to be using photoshop to do many different things this year!! I can’t believe all of the things I’ve already learned on photoshop.

  492. shelbycresie23 says:

    I Love Digital arts!!!! It is so fun! I can’t wait until i get to learn more things to work with in photo shop.

  493. scottoverbey says:

    I am excited for Photoshop and learning about its many features. I have heard from my sister that DA is super fun.

  494. victoriacrabtree says:

    I love digital arts it is sooooooo fun!

  495. garrettstephens says:

    Making animations will be fun!

  496. ahackworth says:

    Photoshop is cool

  497. bryanbiggs says:

    Im excited to learn how to make animations.

  498. smithcamron says:

    I am really looking forward to Photoshop. This is not my first experience but I have a feeling that I will learn more about it and create better animations and great stuff.

  499. parkergilmore says:

    Hello freinds, ready for digital arts this year?

  500. ainsleesirten says:

    Hi everybody!!! This quarter I am really looking forward to doing animations…

  501. patrickcurran28 says:

    Looking foward to a great year Mr. Woolery, curious to learn how fun digital arts really is.

  502. clarascholtz says:

    I’m really excited for learning digital arts this year. My brother took this class and showed me a lot of things he has created in photo shop. I can’t wait to learn all of the things he has!

  503. jonesemily says:

    I am excited for digital arts because I get to make things and get to share them with people.

  504. erictassos says:

    DIGITAL ARTS!

  505. khowe67 says:

    I LUV DIGITAL ARTS AND PHOTOSHOP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • kylenienaber75 says:

      Yay Digital Arts is fun! I am so excited for this year and I would love to learn much more about Photoshop!

      ….That was cheesy….

  506. dgoheen says:

    I hope to learn a ton of new stuff this quarter and 4th quarter.

  507. connorreid says:

    Yay! I finally got on!

  508. gracehaffner says:

    I am so excited to work on photoshop this year!

  509. wilsonbucher19 says:

    I am excited to learn more and have a good time with Photoshop!

  510. skylerbarton says:

    I am so excited to use photoshop this quarter!! (:

  511. jakegoodwin says:

    Photo Shop is cool and I can’t wait for animations.
    😉

  512. carsonfields says:

    I am so excited for Digital Arts!

  513. annabrokamp says:

    Digital arts is the best!

  514. rileyhayes1 says:

    I LOVE PHOTOSHOP!!! IT’S TOTALLY AWESOME!

  515. laurencoll27 says:

    I luv Photoshop! It is really fun!:)

  516. corinnefanta27 says:

    I love Digital Arts! I can’t wait to learn more!!! This quarter is going to be a blast!

  517. I think that it is awesome that we are learning how to use photoshop

  518. annaclairelackney7 says:

    I really love photoshop! I can’t wait to learn even more about it!

  519. mackenziemcneil13 says:

    I LOVE ALL THE COOL THINGS IN PHOTOSHOP! Digital arts is going to be so much fun

  520. dietzemma says:

    First comment. This is so cool.

  521. erincash says:

    My older sister has showed me some of the Photoshops she has created and I can’t wait to try new things out! This quarter will be awesome 🙂

  522. zackcharlie says:

    Digital Arts looks fun this year, I hope it is

  523. ethancrouse says:

    Digital Arts looks really good, and im so excited to rasterize images!

  524. haydrianm says:

    Digital arts is so much fun , I wonder what we are going to learn next

  525. joemolski says:

    I cant wait to do animations!

  526. haydenseeger says:

    I’m looking forward to using photoshop.

  527. josephburkey12345 says:

    Im looking forward to working with photoshop. Joey Burkey

  528. lukegarrison says:

    I’m looking forward to learning the differnet things you can do in Photoshop

  529. gushaffner says:

    I’m really exited for the sphere tutorial.

  530. jonathangrissom05 says:

    I’m looking forward to using photoshop!

  531. jmherring says:

    I’m so exited to work in Photoshop

  532. walkermcmanus says:

    I am looking forward to photo shop

  533. im looking forward to working at photoshop

  534. Hello everyone, I have some skill on this application. I think I will do well.

  535. anthonyd72 says:

    I can not wait to to do the animations

  536. patrickmileham says:

    I can already tell it’s going to be a great year!

  537. maxchristopher says:

    I want to learn how to do animations.

  538. annastehling8d says:

    Im so excited for Digital Arts! Can’t wait to learn more about Photoshop!
    -Anna Stehling ❤

  539. zoevanasse says:

    Digital Arts seems really cool. I hope we get to do some really cool stuff!

  540. andrewsizer says:

    Hey Mr.Woolrey can`t wait for DA! Its going to be soooo bro!

  541. santimartinez13 says:

    Digital Arts seems to be really good, and I can’t wait to be a better photoshopper!

  542. charlesschooler says:

    DA rock dudes!!!!

  543. aringtonnathaniel says:

    I can’t wait till we learn more about photoshop!

  544. ryanafields says:

    Pumped to learn how to create logos and stuff in D.A

  545. drewbattison says:

    I am really glad that I am going to be starting Digital arts. I have never photo-shopped anything before. i am going to teach my parents how to do this. I am looking forward to a great year and I hope I have fun.

  546. skylerhart says:

    Hey! Can’t wait to learn more about Photoshop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  547. kentuckyfan says:

    Photoshop rules! So Far

  548. liliangrantham says:

    Can’t wait to learn more about Photo Shop

  549. elliekapcar says:

    I really like DA so far and can’t wait to learn more about Photoshop!

  550. clareobertonvester4199 says:

    I think digital arts is going to be a very fun thing to do for two quarters and I’m looking foward to making things in digital arts the rest of second quarter and the full fourth quarter.

  551. brooketay says:

    I can’t wait for a great quarter in digital arts!

  552. audreytheye3 says:

    This class sounds so fun! I can’t wait till I learn more things! I’m so exited for this class!

  553. I can’t wait for the next quarter. Sounds like a ton of fun!

  554. helenkemps939 says:

    Wow, digital arts is way more fun than I expected! Can’t wait for a great year! I am excited to create my own work and to share it with others! 🙂

  555. emmaphillipsismyname says:

    Digital arts is going to be a blast of fun!

  556. Digital arts is going to rock!

  557. Hi guys! Photoshop sounds so fun!!! First post…awesome!!!! 🙂

  558. eeebalesss says:

    I can’t wait to make more designs in Photoshop! It looks so awesome.

  559. captianscott says:

    Sweetness! This class is AWESOME!

  560. gabshenkel says:

    Digital Arts is going to be so much fun! Love it already!

  561. wilderdavid says:

    I cant wait to learn about Photo Shop

  562. mariahpatterson says:

    Cant wait to learn more about photoshop, first psot

  563. taylorpowers says:

    I love digital arts and photo shop. I can’t wait to learn how to edit pictures, and I look foward to a great quarter in digital arts!

  564. kaylakonrad7 says:

    cant wait to figure out more photoshop tricks!! ;D

  565. Faythe Covert says:

    Excited for DA!

  566. Hello, what we have done in photoshop is so fun and im excited to do more. I think digi tal arts will be so fun.

  567. Hello digital arts is so fun sofar, And I can’t wait to do more. Digital arts sounds so fun and It will be so fun to be on another wordpress blog too. I can’t wait to do more of all of them

  568. covertfaythe says:

    Excited for Photoshop!

  569. helenkemps939 says:

    I got a new pic! Photoshop is so fun! 😛

  570. mewing1 says:

    Hey guys, this is my first post!!!

  571. codlennonb says:

    I think Photoshop is awesome. I can’t wait to make better designs!

  572. peepoandwhynter2399 says:

    Hey guys this is gonna be an awesome year!

  573. hannatenhundfeld says:

    Can’t wait to get more into photoshop and learn how to get animations and things and get other gradiant themes. yay, can’t wait!

  574. hannatenhundfeld says:

    can’t wait to learn more

  575. samrubin206 says:

    I cant wait to learn about the cool features on photo shop in DA.

  576. ainsleesirten says:

    LOOK AT MY AWESOME GRAVATAR!!!

  577. victoriacrabtree says:

    Hey just trying out my new gravatar to see if it works!

  578. andrewkeegan says:

    My first comment on the blog.

  579. gracehaffner says:

    I am checking to see if my new gravatar works!

  580. ctaylor98 says:

    I’m so excited for Photoshop and to learn new features on it!

  581. connorreid says:

    I like my profile picture! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  582. I can’t wait to start animations this year in digital arts!

  583. stidhamcaleb says:

    Im really excited about the sphere tutorial

  584. chasemeadeda says:

    Just Checking to see if my gravatar works. T=

  585. captianscott says:

    Hey guys, Tyler Scott and Eli Bales saved $213.42 on the home user! Yes!

  586. chase3718 says:

    office addministrator; $102.17

  587. Faythe Covert says:

    We saved a total of $127.40 as a home user.
    – Faythe Chloe-

  588. captianscott says:

    Tyler Scott and Eli Bales saved $209.31 for the multimedia designer.

  589. captianscott says:

    Tyler Scott and Eli saved $213.42 on the Home User, $209.31 on the Multimedia Designer, $102.17 on the Office Administrator, and a huge sum of $64.06 on the College Student.

  590. Grace Stacy and Cohen Bailey (me):
    Home User: $207.35
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    College Student:$54 06
    Multimedia Designer $ 209 31

  591. Home User; $222.47
    Office Adminestrator; $102.17
    Multimedia Designer; $3898.06
    College Student; $54,06

  592. chase3718 says:

    multimedia designer; $209.31
    college student; $101.38

  593. Faythe Covert says:

    We saved $102.17 as an Office Administrator. As a multimedia designer we save $4258.31.We saved $127.40 as a home user. As a college student we saved $51.31.
    -Faythe and Chloe-

  594. wilderdavid says:

    Jack Wilder and Kyle Howe have saved the following:
    Home User: 212.36
    Office Adiministater: 26.22
    MultiMedia Designer: 277.11
    college student: 64.06
    HUZZAH!

  595. mewing1 says:

    Brooke and I saved:
    Home User: 163.35 dollars
    Office Administrator: 102.17 dollars
    Multimeadia Designer: 309.31 dollars
    College Student: 64.06 dollars

    Mya and Brooke

  596. ninapayiatis says:

    Emily and I Saved:
    -Home: $222.47
    -Office Administrator: $102.17
    -Multi Media Designer- $277.11
    -College Student: $101.38
    Nina Payiatis and Emily Ferguson

  597. alcidjacobs says:

    Alcid saved:
    Home User- $213.42
    Offica Administrater- $102.17
    Multimedia Design- $277.11
    College Student- $64.06

  598. Joe and i got

    Home user- $222.47

    Multimeadia desiner-$1113.39

    Collage student- $54.06

    Office adimistrator- $368.18

  599. Maddy Moriarty says:

    Savannah and myself (Maddy) saved:

    Multimedia Designer- $299.31
    College Student- $135.94
    Office Administrator- $102.17
    Home owner- $214.32

  600. bobbyd123 says:

    Grace and I saved

    Home user:222.47
    Office Admistator:59.07
    Multimedia Designer:232.11
    College Student:64.6

  601. 216.36-Home User
    57.17-Office Administrator
    264.31- Multimedia Designer
    64.06- College Student

    Jack Mathis
    Connor Dougherty

  602. peepo2399 says:

    home user- $213.42
    office admin- $102.17
    multimedia designer- $120.36
    college student- $64.06
    I did it by myself =3
    (i want this to be my perminate username so i will say in every comment its me whynter)

  603. My Selecting Software saved amounts were…
    Home user: $222.19
    Multimedia Designer: $177.11
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    College Student: $54.06

  604. luckydawsonbattison333 says:

    Darius and I saved $222.47 for home user.
    We saved $102.17 for office addministrator.
    We saved $309.31 for multimedia designer.
    We saved $101.38 for college student.

  605. Home User: $213.42
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Multimedia Designer: $277.11
    College Student: $64.06

    -Amanda and Lindsey

  606. nfindley says:

    I saved 222.47 as the Home User.
    I saved 102.17 as the Office Administrator.
    I saved 309.31 as the Multimedia Designer.
    I saved 64.06 as the College Student.
    I saved 698.01 total.
    -Neil Findley

  607. Home User: $71.11
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Multimedia Designer: $209.31
    College Student: $64.06

    – Nathalie Weiss and Olivia Bernadini

  608. adriannahenderson says:

    Hi this Lily and Anna Henderson, this is how much we saved!!!!!!
    Home User-$213.42
    College Student-$135.94
    Office Administrator-$58.42:)
    Multimedia Designer-$177.11
    Total amount of savings- 584.89 $$$$$$$$ 🙂

  609. Bryan biggs says:

    i’m excited for learning how to work with animations

  610. Bryan and Ainslee saved…
    $190.27 on the home user
    $69.18 on the college student
    $57.17 on the office administrator
    $199.31 on the multimedia designer

  611. ellie and shelby says:

    Me and Ellie saved-$172.4Home users
    Me and Ellie saved-$102.17 business
    Me and Ellie saved- $64.06 collage
    Me and Ellie saved- $309.31 pro.
    Total-__$647.94_______

  612. Garrett and AJ saved…

    Home User–$203.01
    College Student–$96.26
    Office Administrator–$102.17
    Multimedia Designer–$309.31

  613. chasemeadeda says:

    I saved $167.11 the multimedia designer
    $54.06 for the colledge student
    $203.31 for the home users
    and $102.21 for the office administarator

    Chase

  614. erictassos says:

    Eric and Sam saved this much

    Home: 203.33
    Office: 102.17
    Multimedia:309.31
    College: 54.06

  615. ahackworth says:

    Azariah and Emily

    Home User: 213.42
    Office Administrator:58.45
    Multimedia:309.31
    College Student: 64.06

  616. Clara S. and Madison T. have saved….

    Home Owners- $213.42
    Office Admin.- $102.17
    Multimedia Designer- $309.31
    College Student- $54.06

  617. erincash says:

    Artemis & Erin saved…….

    Home User: $222.47
    Multimedia Designer: $309.31
    College Student: $101.38
    Office Adminstrator: $102.17

    Total Savings: $735.33 =D

  618. annabrokamp says:

    Anna B. and Skyler B. saved…
    Home Owners- $222.47
    Office Administrator- $102.17
    Mutimedia designer- $309.31
    College student- $64.06

  619. jakegoodwin says:

    We got this:
    Home Owners: $ 222.47
    Office Admin. $ 102.17
    Multimedia Designer: $ 277.11
    College Student: $ 64.06
    Connor Reid, and Jake Goodwin

  620. I saved this much:
    Home User-$222.47
    Office Administrator-$102.17
    Multimedia Designer-$309.31
    College Student-$64.06

  621. treverbruno8 says:

    Trever Bruno and Chris Taylor saved…..

    Home Users-$222.47
    Office Admin-$102.17
    Multimedia Admin-$277.11
    College Student-$64.06

  622. gracehaffner says:

    OUR SAVINGS!!!!!! we didn’t break a record though 😦 Grace and Carson!!!!

    Home User:$222.47
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Graphic Designer: $309.31
    College Student: $64.06

    yah that’s right! beat that! $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

  623. kylenienaber75 says:

    I saved this much:

    Home User-201.13
    Office Administrator-102.17
    Multimedia Designer-277.11
    College Student-54.06

    Total-634.47

  624. jakegoodwin says:

    :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):) Go Smiley Faces!

  625. joemolski says:

    Home User: $63.65
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Multimedia Designer: $209.31
    College Student: $54.06

  626. haydenseeger says:

    Home User- $222.47
    Office Administrator- $102.17
    Multimedia Designer- $309.31
    College Student- $64.06

  627. jmherring says:

    Home User: $217.35
    Office Admin.: $102.17
    Multimedia Designer: $259.31
    College Student: $64.06

  628. lukegarrison says:

    Home Owner: 118.35
    Office Adiminastrator: 58.42
    College Student: 54.06
    Multimedia Designer:167.11

  629. This is the amount Cole Miller saved
    Home user $163.35
    office adminstrator $ 102.17
    multimedia designer $ 209.31
    college student $ 54.06

  630. Hey, its Jonathan, Here are my scores for the Software purchasing thing:

    Home User-$222.47

    Office Administration-$57.17

    Multimedia Designer-$167.11

    College Student-$64.06

  631. white.nathan says:

    Gordon,Nathan
    wesaved
    Home-$203.31
    Office-$102.17
    College-$64.06
    Multimedia-$177.11

  632. Anna Stehling and Santi Martinez
    Home User: $222.47
    College Student: $64.06
    Multimedia Designer: $209.36
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Total: $599.06

  633. skylerhart says:

    I saved $203.31 as a home user.
    I saved $102.17 as an office administrator.
    I saved $309.31 as a multi-media designer.
    I saved $54.06 as a college student.

  634. mikayla and audrey says:

    mikayla and audrey

    we saved 182.40 as a home user
    we saved 102.17 as an office administrator
    we saved 209.36 as a multimedia desighner
    we saved 64.06 as a college student

  635. gabshenkel says:

    I saved $277.11 on graphics designer
    I saved $102.17 on office administrator
    I saved $64.06 on college student
    I saved $217.35 on home user

  636. gabshenkel says:

    I did the assignment with taylor powers

  637. joeveeneman says:

    My gravatar for third bell is….Steve Jobs

  638. office admin- I saved $12.22 in the home user i saved $ 172.40

  639. Me and Mckailah just the purchasing software with a budget activity. Here are our results.
    1. Home User: Total Spent: $514.85 and Remaining: $185.15
    2. Office Administrator: Total Spent: $1,397.83 and Left Over: $102.17
    3. Multimedia Designer: Total Spent: $5,600.69 and Remaining: $299.31
    4. College Student: Total Spent: $135,94 and Left Over: $64.06

  640. connorday33 says:

    Fiona Kane and Connor Day’s savings:
    Home Owner: $213.42
    College Student: $64.06
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Multimedia designer: $277.11

    Total Savings: $656.76

  641. janiebortz36 says:

    Home User- $222.47

    Officer Adminastrator- $102.17

    Multi-Media Designer- $-914.52

    Collage Student- $54.06

  642. scottoverbey says:

    Savings By: Camron Smith, Scott Overbey
    House User: $216.13
    Office Adminastrator: $57.17
    Multimedia Designer:$309.31
    College Student: $64.06

  643. Savings By: Patrick Curran and Parker Gilmore
    Home User: $222.47
    College Student: $64.06
    Mutimedia Designer: $309.31
    Office Adminastrator $102.17

  644. gushaffner says:

    Gus’s Savings

    Home Owner: $203.31
    Office Administrator: $102.17
    Multimedia Designer: $309.31
    College Student: $64.06

    Total Savings: $678.85

  645. Savings:

    Home Owner: $222.47
    Multimedia Designer: $309.31
    College Student: $64.06
    Office Adminstrator: $102.17

  646. rileyhayes1 says:

    AnnaClaire and Riley

    Home User: $203.31
    Office Administartor: $57.17
    Multimedia Designer: $309.31
    College Student: $91.27

    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
    :^)
    ;^)
    >:^)
    ;o

  647. Multimedia- i saved $ 309.31 and collage i saved $54.06

  648. Digital Arts is awesome!

  649. gracehaffner says:

    just made for first color sphere!!!

  650. I love sphere making! I have already created an Easter egg and a holiday ornament! It’s amazing how many different things you can do on photoshop!

  651. 1. Made three circles.
    2. I filled one of my circles in with a color.
    3. I made made a bigger circle
    4. I made two small circles.
    5. i colored my backround
    6. i added more color to my ear
    7 . i added color to my nose
    8. i made its body
    9 i finshed it
    10. It is a panda now

  652. Audrey Theye says:

    Tutorial for a snowman-
    1) Fill in the background with any color of your choice
    2) Use the rectangle tool to make a white rectangle at the bottom of your page to represent snow.
    3) Follow the steps of the sphere tutrial Mr.Woolery gave to make a color sphere.
    4) Once you have followed the steps and made a color sphere duplicate it 2 times
    5) Use the move tool and place the circles on top of eachother to form what looks like a snowman shape
    6)Press control T and resize the bottom layer to make it larger, then do the same with the second but leave the top un touched.
    (Make sure you are rasterizing your layers along the way)
    7) Right now you should have a white rectangle, a background, and a snowman outline on your screen. In your layers rename them part one for the bottom, part 2 for the middle body part, and part three for the head.
    8) To make the facial features use the rounded eclipse tool for the eyes (black would be a clasic color to use), rounded rectangle tool for the carrot nose (orange), and the eclpise tool for small circles for the mouth (any color).
    9) For the buttons use the rounded eclipse tool and make them any color you want. For a hat accessory use the rectangle tool (make it black) and place it on the head. Then make a smaller square and place that one the rectangle, then merge them in your layers and call them hat.
    (Be sure to rasterize!)
    10) To make the arms use the rectangle tool and draw a slim straight rectangle. Then go to filter> liquify. this will alow you to move the shape in any way, and give it texture to make it look like a stick. After you have that press ok. If you want several smaller sticks coming out repeat the rectangle and liquify process. Then using the move tool place the branches on the stick where you want.Control T alows you to rotate and resixe your object the way you want. Then in your layers merge them and call them stick.
    11) Once you have your arm/stick the way you want duplicate it then rotate and move to the other end of your snowman.
    12) Your snowman is complete!
    13.) To add texture and a winter feel, go to your white rectangle layer and then filter>liquify to make it eem like snow. If you want you can add snow flakes by going to the custom tool in the U colum and scrolling down to pick a snow flake shape. Then make as many snow flakes as you want, then merge then in your layers (to merge you do contol e).
    14) Look! You have a snowman!

    By:Audrey Theye

  653. 1)Create a new 5 by 5, resolution 150 on Photoshop.
    2)Use the paint tool to color the background black, and make sure to rasterize all the layers after this step.
    3)Make 2 light yellow circles and one orange circle.
    4)Put the two light yellow circles behind the orange circle so it appears to have an out line.
    5)Merge the two yellow circles and select the orange circle, click on the outline layer and press delete. An outline is created.
    6)Duplicate the orange circle 3 times.
    7)Color the top copy an even darker orange and then change its opacity to 75% and give it a gaussian blur of 15.
    8)Do the same in step seven to the next copy, but change the opacity to 50% and give it a gaussian blur of 5
    9)Again do the same to the last copy, but change its opacity of 25% and give it a gaussian blur of 10.
    10)Give the original circle a gaussian blur of 5.
    11)Resize the the outline so it is inside the circle. Use the marqee tool to surround the circle, turn it on inverse, and press delete to get rid of excess blur.You have a sphere, or in this case a to be planet.
    12) Create a redish orange circle behind the circle and give it a gaussian blur of 10.
    13)Then create a star like shape using the shape tool behind the circle and cirlcearound it. Give it a radial blur of 50.
    14)Merge every layer besides the backround.
    15)Add small satr like shapes around and merge them together, seperaate of the planet.
    16) You now have a planet in space.
    -Cohen Bailey

  654. 1. Open new document to 5 inches by 5 inches and 150
    2. Color background black
    3. use yellow gradiant to make the sun in the corner ( only stretch as long as you want your sun to be remember it cant be so close its going to burn)
    4. press “U” and click on the ovale tool.
    5. Make two quarter sized balls one alittle biger than the other, it dosnt mater what color right now be sure to rosturize each
    6. Useing the wand tool click on the smaller ball make sure your on the right layer
    7. Use the gradiant tool from red to orange-red then click “ctrl d”
    8. Click on the biger circle layer and use the radical blur around 50
    9. Now rename your layers lable the circle that you blured what ever you want and the other circle planet.
    10. Now using the brush tool on 100 rough round bristle dab it a round making the stars and remember the stars color and remember to rosturize and name it stars!
    11. Now on the planet layer using the same brush on red blotch in the middle of the planet a bit to create the lava or forming planet look make sure that the layers from top to bottom are planet, whatever you named it, stars, background.
    Chloe Cholmondeley

  655. mikayla says:

    How to make an Electricity ball-
    1) First you will need to make a grey circle and duplicate it three times. leave your background white.
    2) change the color so that each circle is darker than the one infront of it.
    3)press control T and re-sise all of the cicles so that each circle is slightly bigger than the one infront.
    4) move the circles to the middle of the grey circle.
    5) merge all of the layers by pressing shift selecting your layers and clicking control E. do not merge your background.
    6) go to filter blur gaussian blur and put a gaussian blur on your circle with a radius of 15.
    7) your circle SHOULD be transparent.
    8)select the eliptical marque tool and make a circle arround your circle.
    9) resize it using control T and move it using the move tool.
    10) go to select inverse and hit delete
    11)go to your brushes and select brush number 197 wich should look staticky.
    12) change the color to whatever you want and click in the middle of your circle.
    13) change the color to a different color and click in the middle of your circle again.
    14) you can repeet step 13 as many times as you want.
    15) make a rectangle at the bottom and make it black or brown.
    16) merge all of your staticks with the circle
    17) move your circle to the table. you should now see how it is transparent.
    18) there you have your Electric Ball!

  656. gabshenkel says:

    1. choose a color as your background
    2. make 3 big white circles
    3. put the biggest circle on the bottom, put the medium circle on top of the big, and fianlly put the smallest circle on top of the medium circle
    4. make 2 small circles as the eyes
    5. put them on the smallest circle
    6. then again make 5 more black circles
    7. then make a crown
    8. then make a mouth
    9. then make arms
    10. finally make feet

  657. eeebalesss says:

    Sphere Tutorial-
    Urgent- Be sure to rasterize all of your layers and save a lot!
    1. Create a new file, 5×5, 150 resolutions.
    2. Create a gray rectangle on the bottom third of the screen and make the back-round black.
    3. Create 3 circles, one gray and two white.
    4. Put the gray circle in front of the two others and then move the two white circles behind the gray so they make a white outline.
    5. Next, hold shift and click on the two white circle layers, then press, Control E.
    6. Click on the layer with the gray circle then select the circle with the magic wand tool, then click on the layer with the white outline and press delete. (To see what you created, click the eye next to the gray circle.)
    7. Duplicate the gray circle 3 times and name them, 3, 2, and 1 in that order.
    8. Fill 3 in with black, make the opacity 75%, and then resize it to a much smaller circle in the bottom left of the gray circle.
    9. Fill 2 in with black, make the opacity 50% and resize it so it is bigger than circle 3, put it in the bottom left of the gray circle.
    10. Fill 1 in with black, make the opacity 25% and resize it so it is bigger than circle 2, put it in the bottom left of the gray circle.
    11. Now, resize the white outline so it covers the edge of the circle. (Don’t forget to save you work!)
    12. Now we need to blur the layers. Go to filter>blur>Gaussian Blur. Make sure you are on the layers because each layer has a specific blur.
    13. White Outline= Radius of 5. Circle 3= Radius of 15. Circles 1 and 2= Radius of 10.
    14. Now merge the layers: White Outline, Circle 3, Circle 2, Circle 1, and Gray Circle. ( To do so hold shift and click on all those layers and then click, Control E)
    15. Rename this new shape Circle or Sphere and then move it so you put it somewhere on the gray rectangle in the bottom third of you screen.
    16. Now select the Elliptical Marquee tool (M) and create a circle as close to your sphere as you can. Move that new moving line circle over your sphere.
    17. Now go up to select>Inverse, then you will press delete. Now press Control D. (Don’t forget to save.)
    18. Now create black, oval shape on your gray rectangle. Then move your sphere layer to the top of you layers.
    19. Now move the oval so that it looks like it is the sphere’s shadow. Now apply a blur with a radius of 5.
    20. Now select your rectangle in the layers, get the magic wand tool, and click on the rectangle. You should now see moving lines around your rectangle.
    21. Now apply a gradient of black from the left and white on the right.
    22. Make a small, white, circle in the upper right hand corner of your circle. Apply a blur of 5 to it.
    23. (Last Step!) Select your back-round layer and apply the same gradient you did to your rectangle going from the bottom left to the top right. Great Job, you are now done!

  658. Do you want to create a beautiful ornament? Follow these simple steps! Helen Kemper 11-22-11

    1. After you have created a new file, pick a background color and insert a circle shape. (Fill in with color of your choice.)

    2. Duplicate that circle 2 times and make the other two circles white. Place them just above on another and place them behind your main circle in your layers. Then Merge them.

    3. Once you have done that, select the magic wand tool and select the main circle. Then click on the white outline in your layer and hit “Delete” on your keyboard.

    4. Duplicate the main circle 3 times, and name the circle 1, 2, 3. Make sure they are dark enough, and set the opacity to 75%, 50%, and 25%. Have the darkest one the smallest and in the middle, then get bigger and lighter.

    5. Then place the white outline just inside the circle, and blur it to 5 radius. Then you blur 1 and 2 to 10 and blur the 3 to 15. Merge all of your layers.

    6. Then decorate your ornament as you choose. Just make sure you rasterize your shapes and constantly merge them to the ornament.

    7. Once you are done with that, add a light beam to your ornament by making a white circle and bluring it to a radius of 10. Move it on top of your ornament and convert it.

    8. Next, you add a crown to your ornament. Go to shapes tool and select mroe shapes. Once you find the crown, place it on top of the round sphere. (Make sure you rasterize) You may make it look as cool as you like by hitting “Filter” then “texture” (Or going to “Layer” then “Laywer style”)

    9. Once you are done with that add a ribbon to hang your ornament! Go to shapes and select a yellow line. Make the weight 3 px. Then insert in from the crown of your ornament to where ever you want to hang it! Then hit CTRL T and right click to “warp”. You can also texturize the ribbon and make it as relistic as possible.

    10. Last step is to add a shadow. If the ornament is hanging, don’t put the shadow right below the shape. First go to shapes and insert a black oval. Rasterize! Then blur to a radius of 5 and place it behind the ornament in your layers.

    ***Look at whatyou have created! A beautiful sphere! Good job!

  659. captianscott says:

    Sphere Tutorial
    1: Create a new file. 5×5, 150 resolution.
    2: Using the paint bucket tool, paint the background black.
    3: Create a gray rectangle that covers the bottom third of the window.
    4: Create a gray circle on the background.
    5: Duplicate the gray circle twice.
    6: Using the paint bucket tool, color both circles white.
    7: In your LAYERS, move the gray circle so it is positioned above both white circles.
    8: Now, on your background, move both circles so they are behind the gray one; but make one circle poking out above the gray slightly, and the other one is slightly below.
    9: Now press ‘Shift+click’ on both white circles in your LAYERS, and then merge them by pressing ‘Ctrl+E.’
    10: Now, click on your gray circle layer, go to the magic wand tool, and select it. Then, go to your layers, click on your white cricles, then press ‘delete’. You won’t see anything happen, but you just turned your circles into an outline.
    11: Now, you need to duplicate your GRAY CIRCLE three times, naming them ‘1, 2, & 3.’
    12: Now take you layer 3, and color it black using the paint bucket tool. Now, above the layers, you should see a box with a lot of colors in it. Near that there should be a drop down box labeled opacity. Set the opacity for ‘1’ to 75%. Then resize the circle so it fits in the lower left-hand corner of the gray circle.
    13: Now take the circle ‘2,’ and color it black with the paint bucket tool. Set the opacity to 50%, and then resize it so it is slightly bigger than ‘1.’
    14: Now, take ‘3,’ and color it black like you did with the others. Set the opacity to 25%. Then resize it so it is slightly bigger than ‘2.’
    15: Now, go back to ‘1’ and ‘2.’ Apply a gaussian blur with a radius of 10 to each one.
    16: Now go to the white outline layer. Apply a gaussian blur with a radius of 5.
    17: Now go to ‘3.’ Apply a gradient with a gaussian blur with a radius of 15 to it.
    18: Now, merge all the layers except for the gray rectangle and the background. Rename this layer ‘sphere.’
    19: Now, move the ‘sphere’ layer so it is positioned on the gray rectangle.
    20: Now, use the Elliptical Marquee tool and draw an outline around your sphere. Press ‘Shift+Ctrl+I’ and then press delete.
    21: Now, draw a black circle under your sphere. This will be it’s shadow. Apply a gaussian blur to it with a radius of 5 to it.
    22. Now you must make a highlight on your sphere. To do this, simply draw a small, white circle on the top right corner of your sphere. Apply a gaussian blur with a radius of 10 to it.
    23. Now, apply a gradient to the gray rectangle. The gradient should be light on the right side and dark on the left.
    24: Now, the last step. Apply a gradient to your background. This gradient should be light in the top right hand corner of your background and dark in you bottom left hand corner. Now press ‘Ctrl+S’ to save your work. You are done!

  660. Katherine Alsfelder
    1. Set up a new file 5 by 5 inches, and a resolution of 150
    2. Using the paint bucket tool fill in the background color black
    3. Use the shape tool to create one new circle, don’t forget to rasterize!!!!
    4. Use the magic wand tool to select the circle
    5. Use the paint bucket tool to fill in the circle color with orange
    6. Now use the shape tool to make two small white lines sticking out of the circle on opposite sides
    7. Connect those together with a line going through the center of the circle
    8. These lines will become the ring around the planet, you may want to rename some layers; Name the circle layer Planet and the line layer ring
    9. Now you need to merge every layer except the background and circle layer (Merge- click on one of them and hold down shift and select the other line layers, press control E to merge)
    10. Using the history brush tool, change the size of the brush to 3 (Make sure your on the background layer) and do small dots , then change the size to 5 and do slightly bigger dots, scatter them so they don’t look to clumped
    11. Now put a Gaussian blur (on the ring layer) with a radius of 0.4
    12. Now it should look like a planet!

  661. joeveeneman says:

    Sphere Like Shape
    1. Open Photoshop and create a new file at 5 by 5 and the resolution at 150.
    2. Create three circles: One Blue, two white and rasterize.
    3. Move the two white circles under the blue to create and outline and merge (Ctrl E)
    4. Create 3 smaller circles and make them black. Name 1, 2 and 3. Put 3 at opacity 75. Then got down by 25 in the opacities for 2 and 1.
    5. Then move 3 to the blue circle in the lower left corner and make them smaller and make them grow bigger up to 1.
    6. Then apply a Gaussian Blur with a radius of 10 to 1 and 2. Then apply a Gaussian Blur to 3 and make that 15. Then apply a Gaussian Blur to the White Outline at a radius of 5.
    7. Merge all layers
    8. Create an oval shape (Black) and add a Gaussian Blur of 5. Then to the same with a small white circle but put it in the upper right hand corner.
    9. Do the same with two other spheres and make them red and green.
    10. Then bring those three to the middle. Make the red one on top in the left then the green one on the bottom then blue on the right. Move shadows as needed
    11. Then merge all layers and warp as you want.

  662. This is how to create the sun!

    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution of 150

    2. Using the paint bucket tool, change the background to black.
    3. Now using the brush tool,create tiny little white dots around the screen representing stars.
    4. Using the shape tool, create 3 circles, one yellow, and two white. REMEMBER TO RASTERIZE!
    5. Now in your layers, make sure that the two white circles are positioned BEHIND the yellow circle. Move one of the white circles just a little bit up, and the other just a little down. (arrow keys are the easiest way)
    6. After that step merge the white circles together and rename “White Outline”. Then select the magic wand tool and click on the yellow circle. At this point the yellow circle should have moving dotted lines moving around it. Now click on the white outline layer and hit delete on the keyboard. Now just look at what you have created!!!! Hide the layer of the gray circle so you can see the outline cut you have just made.
    7. Next move the layer of the white cutout in front of your layer of the yellow circle. (In layers)
    8. Rename yellow circle layer to YELLOW CIRCLE.
    9. Duplicate the yellow circle layer 3 times. Rem=name 1, 2, and 3.
    10. Resize opacity like this EACH TIME after you fill in circle to BLACK.
    Layer 3-75%
    Layer 2- 50% (resize so layer is just a bit larger than layer 3)
    Layer 1- 25% (resize so layer is just a bit larger than layer 2)

    11. Resize white outline so it fits just inside the yellow circle.
    12. Apply gaussian blur to every layer except yellow circle, and black background like this.
    White outline(Radius- 5)
    1 and 2 (Radius- 10)
    3 (Radius- 15)
    13. Now merge all the layers except the black background.
    14. Rename- SUN
    15. Take extra bluring outside off by selecting Elliptical Marquee tool (M) and click and drag a circle shape over your sphere.
    16. Select Inverse and click delete.
    17. Finally you can move the sun anywhere on your screen.
    (If you want you can create more planets or an allen ship)

  663. ninapayiatis says:

    11 Step Sphere
    Nina Payiatis
    1.Create a new project, title it Sphere with a width and height of 5, and a resolution of 150.
    2.Next, create a rectangle in the lower third of the screen. (U) make sure it takes up the whole bottom third. Rasterize it.
    3.Color the background black, and the rectangle gray.
    4.Next, create three circles with the shape tool. (U) Color two of the circles white, and leave one gray.
    5.Then, position the two white cicrles together so they outline the gray circle. Place the gray circle in front of them. Merge the white circlees together by hitting Shift, then clicking on the two white circles in your layers. Right click, and then hit merge. Rename they layer: White Outline. Select the magic wand tool, click on the gray circle so there are moving lines around it, then select the White Outline in your layers. Hit delete.
    6.Now, duplicate the gray circle. (Rename it: Gray Circle.) Duplicate it three times renaming the first 1, the second 2, and the third 3, until in your layers you see them in this order: White Outline, 3,2,1, Gray Circle, Shape 1, Background. (Don’t forget to rasterize!!!)
    7.Select 3. Fill it with the color black, and set its opactiy to 75%. Resize it so that it is a small-dime sized shape. Do the same to 2, except set its opactiy to 50% and resize it so it is bigger that 3. Do the same to one, only set its opacity to 25% and make it slightyly bigger than 2. Then, resive White Outline to be a tiny bit smaller than your original gray circle.
    8.Now, apply a gaussian blur with a radius of 5 to the white outline. Apply a gaussian blur to 1 and 2, and have their radius be 10. Apply a gaussian blur to 3, and set its radius to be 15. Now, merge White Outline, 3, 2, 1, and Gray Circle. Rename it Circle.
    9.Use the Eliptical Marqee tool to outline Circle. Once you have done that, go to “Select” at the top of your screen, select “Inverse”, and hit Delete.
    10.Now, create a black oval under the Circle, creating a shadow effect. Rasterize, then create a gaussian blur on it with a radius of 5. Create a mall white circle, creating a highlight effect, place it round the top right of the circle, then, rasterize and give it a gaussian blur with a radius of 10.
    11.Now, select the Shape 1, (your gray rectangle) with the magic wand tool. Give it a gradiant, dragging from the left to the right. Then, select the background layer, and give it a gradiant, starting in the bottom left corner and moving up to the top right corner.

    LOOK WHAT YOU HAVE DONE! GREAT JOB!!

  664. Maddy Moriarty says:

    21 steps to making a fortune teller’s glass ball! DON’T FORGET TO *****RASTERIZE*****

    1.) Make a new file 5×5 inches and a resolution of 150
    2.) Use the paintbucket tool and choose any dark color of you choice to fill in the background
    3.) Using the shape tool make a rectangle at the botton covering about 1/4 of the background
    4.) Make a light greenish circle using your shape tools and 2 white circles
    5.) Make sure that the green circle is at the top of your layers and postion the white circles behind the green circle just peeking out at the top and bottom.
    6.) Once the white circles are in a good position behind the circle click on one of the white circle layers hit SHIFT then click on the remaining white circle layer. Then hit control E to merge the 2 layers into 1.
    7.) Now move your white circle layer to the top and rename it “White ‘outline” then make sure the greenish circle is under it and name it ” Green circle”.
    8.) Right click on the green circle and a menu will come up. Make a duplicate of the green circle 3 times and name them ” 3 2 1″ in that SAME order!! Your layers should now be white outline on the top, then 3, then 2, then 1, the green circle below those, shape 1, then your background at the bottom.
    9.) Now select the layer called “3” and change your color to a slightly darker green than the green color of your circle. Now using the paint bucket fill in the green circle with that color. Don’t worry if the color changes, just hit control T and resize the circle to the bottom left corner of your green circle making a small dark oval like shape in the bottom left of it. Then change the opactity of the layer to 75%.
    10. Click the layer “2” and choose another green slightly lighter then the color of layer “3” but not the same color as the original green circle. Do the same as on step 9 by using the paintbucket to fill in the circle then resize the newer circle so it fits just above the dark circle in the left corner, almost looking like a slantwards rainbow. Change the opacity of this to 50% in your layers.
    11. Select layer “1” and choose a color lighter than layer “2” but not the same color as the original green circle. Fill in the green circle with the color and then resize the circle to fit just above the layer “2” circle also making it look like a rounded rainbow. Change the opacity to 25% in your layers.
    12.)Now click on the white outline layer and hit control T. A box should show up around the white outline, use this to resize the white outline so it fits just inside the green circle. Remember to hit enter after you are down resizing.
    13.) Click the white outline layer then scroll to the top and click Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur. A little screen should pop up and type in a radius of 5. For layers one and two do the same but add a radius of 10. For layer 3 do the same but add a radius of 15.
    14.) By now your sphere should look like a greenish marble. If so, merge ALL the layers EXCEPT for the gray circle.
    15.) To make a shadow select the color black and using the shape tool make a black oval next to the green sphere. Make sure in your layers that the black circle layer is behind the green circle so it will appear BEHIND the green circle. Add a guassian blue with a radius of 5.
    16.) To make a highlight select the shape tool, the color white, and make a small circle in the top right hand corner of your green circle. Add a guassian blur with a radius of 10.
    17.) Now apply a gradient in whatever color you want, but it must be the affect with that color fading into white. Apply this to the rectangle at the bottom and for the background drag the line from the shadow to the upper right hand corner of your project.
    18.) This should now look like a normal green sphere, but to make it look like a fortune ball you need to add a stand using your shapes tool and a gold color.
    19.) Make sure the stand does not cover up the entire sphere, and place it under it. Move the shadow to where it makes sense!
    20.) You can add extra effects like stars using your painbrush tool or candles by using various shapes in your shape tool if you choose to.
    21.) Now you should have a crystal ball!

  665. REALISTIC GRASS AND SKY TUTORIAL By Gunnar Nixon
    1. Open photoshop
    2. Go to “file” “new
    3. Name it whatever you want
    4. And then set the size to 5”by 5” and the resolution at 150 and then hit ok
    5. Find the shape tool and select the square shape
    6. At the bottom of your screen make a rectangle that it about 1/3 of your file
    7. Then select the paint bucket tool and fill in the square with a dark green color or light if you would like. (Make sure in your layers you have selected the layer named “Shape 1”) and RASTERIZE
    8. You should now have two layers, one green rectangle and the white background
    9. Click on the “Shape 1” which should still be selected and the go “Filter” at the top of your screen
    10. A pop down menu will come up scroll down until you see noise
    11. Select Noise and then hit “Add noise” and type in the “amount” box “30%”
    12. After you have done this go to filter again and select “Blur” and the Gaussian Blur”
    13. Apply a Gaussian blur to “shape 1” with a radius of 0.9
    14. Alright it’s starting to look like real grass but it can look a lot more realistic
    15. Make sure “shape 1” is still selected, go to filter again, find “stylize” and then select wind
    16. Once you are on the “Wind” menu make sure it’s at 100% and then select “stagger”, “From the left”
    17. Alright now that looks like grass but there still one more step to the make the grass look awesome
    18. Make sure the “shape 1” layer is selected and then select the paint brush tool
    19. Then in the top right corner click on the arrow pointing down next to where it says “brush”
    20. Scroll down until you find the brush stroke that look like a blade of grass
    21. Set the master diameter to about 72.
    22. Alright before we use the grass tool make sure in your colors that you have both your foreground and your background to two different shades of green
    23. Now, pull the tool along the top edge of your box to give the grass look like it has depth
    24. Alright now that we have the grass the rest is easy
    25. In your layers select the background layer
    26. Now go to the paintbrush tool, right click, and select the gradient tool.
    27. Then go to your colors set the foreground as a white and the background as a sky blue
    28. Now click and hold on your sky part of the background and drag you mouse from the bottom left to the top right corner
    29. That looks sweet but let’s add one more touch to really give it a sky effect
    30. Select your paintbrush tool and in the brush drop down menu select the brush that looks like a realistic star NOT THE ONE WITH THE FIVE POINTS!
    31. And in the upper right corner click around to give a starry effect
    32. Now Behold, A beautiful day.

  666. Plant Making Steps
    Digital Arts
    Jack Mathis
    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution 150, Name this file Plant
    2. Using the Paint Bucket Tool you need to fill in the background with black
    3. Once you have done that select the Brush tool and set your color to white, make white dots on the
    screen to cover up the entire screen, except for some space in the middle, about the size of a circle
    4. Using the shape tool, create three circle shapes, one Blue, and two white. Rasterize
    5. Merge the two white layers together. Select the blue circle with the magic wand
    tool and then click on the layer of the two white circles. Hit the delete button to create
    an outline. Rename the outline layer White Outline. Now hide the color layer and you should just the outline. Also move the white outline to the top of your layers
    6. Now create three duplicates of that blue circle, name them 1, 2, and 3. Now fill in layer three with black with the paint bucket tool, after that make the opacity 75 and re-shape the circle to fit into the bottom left hand corner of the circle, next do the same to number two but make opacity 50 and make the circle fit a little bit further around the other circle in the corner, repeat these steps once more for circle one but make opacity 25 and resize it to fit outside the other circle, lastly resize the white outline to fit just inside the edges of the circle
    7.Now make a Gaussian blur on the white outline with a radius of 5, then for circles one and two do the same but the radius should be ten, Lastly use the Gaussian blur on the third layer and make a radius of 15, after this is done move the circle to the center of the page
    8. Once you have don’t these things you need to merge all layers except for the background, rename this circle
    9. Now you need to get rid of the extra blur by using the Elliptical Marquee tool and click and a circle over yours, select inverse and press delete
    10. Now using the custom shape tool find the shape in the menu that looks like a circle, now place this circle around your plant, and place it on top of the circle, now using the eraser, erase all of the ring that is covering the plant, this should give you the effect that it looks like it is going around the plant
    11. Now merge the circle and ring together and rename it plant
    12. Last step, double click the layer plant and select the effect called, bevel and emboss, customize it to your liking, when you are done, place it in the middle, this will give you the effect of a plant in space

  667. bobbyd123 says:

    Grass and sky tuturial
    1 . Open Photoshop,

    2. Make a new file 5×5 at 150 and name it soccer ball.

    3. Make the backgound black.

    4. Then made a green rectangle that covers about 1/3 of the page and drag it to the bottom. Rasterrize it.

    5.Select the green rectangle in your layers and texturize it.

    6. Then selct the grass tool, make sure it is green and black so it makes it look like it is night time. Then cover the green rectangle with the grass.

    7. After step 6 it should appear that you are looking up a hill towards the sky.

    8. Once that is done seect the balck background.

    9.Then go to the star tool and put whitish yellow stars in the sky that have about 15 pixels

    10. Make sure to not cover the upper right hand corner, you will need to make a moon hear later.

    11. Once that is done make sure to rasterzize all them.

    12. Then out a gassian blur on them witha radius of 5.

    13. Then move them aound till you think its looks good.

    14. Now you will selsct the black background again.

    15.You will select the shape toold and make a white circle in the right hand corner.

    16. Don’t forget to rasterize the layer.

    17. After that you will ned to apply a gassian blur to it with a radius of ten.

    18. To make it more realistic put a small black circle in the left handed corner of the moon.

    19. Rasterize it and then blur put a qassian blur on it with a radius of five.

  668. How to Make a Moon

    1) Open a new file, 5 by 5 inches, with a resolution of 150.
    2) Select dark blue as your foreground color and purple as your background color. Select the gradient tool (G) and drag down from the top.
    3) Create three circles: one pale yellow, two white. DON”T FORGET TO RASTERIZE! Put them behind your circle around the outside and merge them (Control E), and hit delete on your keyboard (by selecting the pale yellow circle layer, using the magic wand tool, then slecting the white circles and hitting delete).
    4) Rename the white outline “white outline” and the yellow circle “yellow circle.” You will duplicate the yellow circle three times, calling them 1, 2 and 3. Fill each of the circle with a darker yellow color (make them all them same color).
    5) On layer 1, make the opacity 25% and resize so its just smaller than the yellow circle. On layer 2, the opacity should be 50%, and resized to be a little bit smaller than layer 1. For layer 3, the opacity should be 75% and resized to be smaller than layer 2.
    6) Resize the white outline to fit just inside your yellow circle. Blur all of the layers except the yellow circle and background. All should be Gaussian Blur. Radiuses: radius of 5 for the white outline, radius of 10 for layers 1 and 2, and radius of 15 for layer 3. Then move the white outline down in your layers, just above the yellow circle. Next merge layers: 1, 2, 3, white outline, and yellow circle.
    7) You can use the Elliptical Marquee tool (M) to drag over your sphere (dotted line should appear) and click Select the Inverse then delete to get rid of any excess blurs.
    8) Next you make the craters in the moon. To do this, select a light brown color and the circle shape tool. Make however many ovals like this and various sizes. Be sure to rasterize ALL of the ovals!
    9) Next make stars. You make your foreground color white and make however many squares you want (they will later become stars). Again, be sure to rasterize every square layer.
    10) Hit Control T to select one of the squares, right click and hit warp. To make it look like a star, pull in all of the sides, not the corners, but the sides.
    11) Then apply a Gaussian Blur with a radius of 5 to the star. Repeat steps 10 and 11 for every star you make and be sure to vary the sizes of the stars. Now look at your moon!

  669. Sphere-like Object Tutorial
    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5, resolution 150.
    2. Use the Paint Bucket tool (G) after you select a background color, and fill in your first layer
    3. Next, go to the Brush Tool (B) then scroll down in the shape column and select the grass shape. Fill the grass in the bottom third of your background
    4. Remember: select a DIFFERENT color than your background color when you insert the grass! If you don’t do this then the grass will end up white!!
    5. Save your work. Title this document: Tutorial
    6. Now, create three circles, two white and one red. DON’T FORGET TO RASTERIZE!!
    7. Next, put the red circle at the top of your layers
    8. Now, move the two white circles together, and put them under the red circle, so there is a white outline
    9. Once you have finished moving the two white circles together, merge the layer to create one white circle.
    10. After you have done this you must click on the red circle in your layers, and press W to get the Magic Wand tool. After you see the moving lines on the red circle, click on the white outline in your layers and press delete. If you have done this correctly you will only see a white outline when you hide your red circle. Hit Control D, to deselect the moving lines, and move the white outline to the top of your layers.
    11. Rename the two layers, Red Circle and White Outline
    12. Now you need to duplicate the red circle. Rename the duplicates 1,2,3 in that order. After you have done that, use the paint bucket to refill layer three. After you have done this reset the Opacity to 75%. Resize the “3” layer. Do the same thing to layers two and three, but reset the Opacity to 50%, then 25% in that order. Remember to resize all layers so the next layer is just a little bigger than the next. Resize the white outline so it fits just inside the red circle.
    13. Once you have done this you need to apply a Gaussian Blur to the White Outline, 3, 2, and 1. The White Outline Blur needs to have a radius of 5. The 2 and 1 blur needs to have a radius of 10, and the three blur needs to have a radius of 15. When you have finished this merge the white outline, 3, 2, 1, and the red circle together. Rename the layer Circle
    14. Move the merged circle on the ground or “grass”. Use the Marquee Elliptical Tool (M), and then select Inverse to get rid of the blurs around the edge of your circle. Press Control D to get rid of the moving lines.
    15. Now you have to create a shadow and highlight for your circle. Go to the shape tool (U) to create a black shadow. Make sure it is behind your circle layer, and once you have resized it the way you want apply another Gaussian blur with a radius of 10. To create a highlight make a small circle shape the color white. Place it on top of you circle and apply a Gaussian blur with a radius of 10. Note: the white highlight has to be on top of your circle layer!! Don’t forget to RASTERIZE these shapes!
    16. Now apply a background gradient. The gradient tool is located in the same place the paint bucket tool is. Right click on the tool and select gradient. Apply a gradient that fades from dark blue to white. If your grass disappears after you apply the gradient, just put the grass on top of the gradient!!
    17. Finally, after you have applied the gradient to your background, select the brush tool again (B) and in the shape box select the star shape. Recolor it so that it is yellow, and put these stars in the top part of your background
    18. Don’t forget to SAVE your work!!

  670. By the way, the smiley face with sunglassess was actually supposed to be and 8 and ), but it changed. Sorry about that!

  671. peepo2399 says:

    1. Create A new file (5” X 5” 150) and name it Sphere
    2. Use the paint bucket tool (g) and make the background black.
    3. Create a gray rectangle (shape tool (U)) that’s about 1/3 of the background (ALWAYS RASTERIZE)
    4. Create 3 circles (one gray, two white RASTERIZE) and position those two white circles behind the gray circle so that one is slightly up and one that is slightly down
    5. Now merge the two white circles (hold down shift, click on both layers, control E) and click on the gray circle (layer) and select the magic wand tool and click on the gray circle, now select the white circles (layer) and press delete (hide the gray circle! Click on the eye next to the layer!) Viola! You created a white outline.
    6. Now make sure the white outline is in FRONT of your gray circle (it would be a good idea to rename your layers)
    7. Now duplicate the gray circle 3 times and rename them, in order (in layers) 3,2,1 (MAKE SURE YOU DO THIS OR YOU COULD MESS UP EVERYTHING! No pressure )
    8. Now here’s the cool part, on layer 3 fill the circle black, then change the opacity to 75% and resize it so it is in the bottom left corner. Now fill layer 2 with black and change the opacity to 50%, resize it so it’s a little bit larger than layer 3. Now layer 1’s color should also be black and change its opacity to 25%, resize it so it’s larger than layer 2. (you should save at this point)
    9. Resize the white outline so it fits just inside the gray circle (you can use the free transform if you want it to be perfect)
    10. Now, apply a Gaussian blur to every layer except the gray circle, shape 1 (rectangle), and the background. (white outline: radius of 5, 1 and 2: radius of 10, 3: radius of 15) move the white outline (in layers) so that it sets just above your gray circle.
    11. Next, Merge all layers (except shape 1 and the background) and move your sphere to the gray rectangle (like it’s on the ground) *Use the elliptical marquee tool to remove the access blurring. Then go to select>inverse and click delete (keyboard).
    12. Now create a shadow under the sphere (RASTERIZE) and apply a Gaussian blur at a radius of 5%
    13. Also add a highlight to the sphere (RASTERIZE) and apply a Gaussian blur of a radius of 10%
    14. Add a black and white gradient to shape 1 and a black and white gradient to the background. (Lighting counts!)

    Whynter

  672. luckydawsonbattison333 says:

    The ways of the metior

    1. The first thing you will do in making a metior is going to photoshop and creating a new file, you can name it metior, make it 5 by 5 and a resolution of 150 and press ok.

    2. The next thing you will do is making the backround black, and then make 1 orangeish-brown circle, rasterize it, and cduplicate it twice, two of the circles should be orange and the other one brown…. Make sure they are all rasterized!

    3. You will now make the two orange circles go behind the brown circle and make the two orange merge together by going to your layers and click in one of the two, then hold shift and click the other one, then go to either one of them , right click and go to merge layers.

    4. You then go to the brown circle and go to the magic wand tool, click the brown circle on the screen, then go to the merged orange circle and click delete, if you click on the eye right next to the brown circle layer, there should only be a black backround and an orange outline. Then reclick the eye to make the brown circle come back into viewThen click Ctrl D.

    5. Once you complete this, you must duplicate the brown circle 3 times and make the merged orange layers go to the top The orange layer should then be given a gautian blur radius of 5 and, the next should be an opacity of 75and make it a little bit smaller, and a radius of 15, then 2 should be an opacity 50 and 1 an opacity of 25 and make them a little bigger than 3 and give them a blur of 10.

    6. Go to the oliptical marquete tool and make a circle just big enough to go around the circle you have and go to select-inverse and click delete on your keyboard. You will then be finished with the shere so merge all of the layers except the backround and mame it sphere.
    7. You will now move the layers to make the spher move to where it will have enough room for flames coming out of the back.

    8. You will then go to the brush tool, go and change the brush to the 7th row 3 over to the right and click on that brush to use it.

    9. Now you will make the brush be the color of red, yellow, or brown and make some lines changing colors everytime startin from each side until they hit each other.

    10. Now that you have finished that, you will make an earch. You will do this by going to the shpere tool again and making it blue.Dont forget to rasterize. Then you will make green splatters all over the circle to make it look like land and make the metior face towards the earth and then you go to the brush tool, go to the stars, and make stars all over the black backround.

  673. nfindley says:

    How to make a cloud in Photoshop
    1) Make a new document titled Clous at 5×5 150.
    2) Use the fill tool to fill the background with blue (any shade of blue works).
    3) Use the Ellipse Tool to make a white circle or oval.
    4) Rasterize the circle or oval.
    5) create three new circles or ovals. Make sure that all of the corcles or ovals touch.
    6) Rasterise. All layers should be rasterised.
    7) Merge all layers except for the background.
    8) There should only be two layers. Rename the white one ‘Cloud’
    9) Blur layer Cloud with a Gaussian blur with a radious between 8 and 35.
    10) Apply a gradient to the backgorund layer. The colors should be the original blue and a light blue-almost white. Apply the gradient from one corner to the opposite corner.
    11) This isn’treally a step, but you’re done! Mess around and see what you can do with the cloud.
    -Neil FIndley

  674. Bryan Biggs says:

    Digital Arts- Ten step tutorial- Making the Earth
    1. Create a 5 by 5 resolution 150 file.
    2. Make three circles two white one dark blue “Rasterize these layers.”
    3. Line up the two white circles and hold shift and select both of them. The rights click and select merge layers.
    4. Drag the blue layer two the top, then duplicate that layer three times. Name them 1 2 and 3, make three lighter than the original circle. Make 2 lighter than 3, and make 1 lighter than 2. Remember to rasterize the layers.
    5. Select control T and make three small then do the same to 2 but make it a little bigger. And do the same to 1 but make it a little bigger.
    6. Select the white outline layer and go to Gaussian blur and make the white layer 5, the 1 layer 10 and the 2 layer 10, then make the 3 layer 15.
    7. Merge all the layers by holding shift and clicking on them, then right click and select merge.
    8. Next make a green circle that is about ¼ the size of the “Earth” rasterize the layers then click control T, then right click after that and select warp. Warp it however you want to make it look like a continent. Go to Gaussian blur and choose 10.
    9. Make a new layer a very, very tiny blue circle, rasterize this layer. Click control T and right click select warp and warp it however you want it but make it really small. Go to Gaussian blur select 10. This is now a lake on the Earth.
    10. Hold shift and select all the layers except for the background, you should have your “Earth” the green shape and the blue shape selected. Merge those layers and name it earth.
    11. Select the Earth layer and chose the Marque tool and select the circle then draw it around the outside of your shape then click select and inverse then press delete. Then you’re finished and have the Eart

  675. Making a modern room with a bush.

    1. Color the backround yellow and go to the filter bar and select artistic, and then splatter.
    2. Create a rectangle using the shpae tool; don’t forget to rasterize! Rename it “ground.”
    3. Select the filter bar and apply the spray stroke under brush strokes with a radius of 0 and a length of 20.
    4. Create three circles, one green and two pink. Apply the film grain under artistic to the green circle.
    4. Use the patchwork tool under texturize.
    5. Place the two pink circle behind the green circle.
    6. Merge the two pink circles together by shift clicking, then hitting control e.
    7. Use the magic wand tool to select the green circle. Make sure you are on the green circle layer.
    8. Click to the pink circles layer and press delete. Then press the eye next to your green circle layer to see your work.
    9. Un-select the green circle by clicking it agian with the magic wand tool.
    10. Now rename your layers. Pink circles: Pink Outline, Green Circle: Green Circle.
    11. Duplicate the green circle 3 times, name them 3,2,1, in that order.
    12. Now, go to the 3 layer and fill it in with the green paint bucket. Adjust the opacity to 75%. Now, resize it so it fits in the corner of your circle. “Control t.”
    13. Fill in the 2 layer with green paintbucket and adjust the opacity to 50%. Resize it just a bit larger than the previos circle.
    14. Fill in the layer 1 with green paintbucket and adjust the opacity to 25%. Resize it just a bit larger than the previous circle.
    15. Under filter, go to blur and give layer 3 a guassian blur with a radius of 5.
    16. Give layer 2 a gaussian blur with a radius of 10.
    17.Give layer three a guassian blur with a radius of 15.
    18. Merge all layers except the ground and the backround layer.
    19. Rename the merged layer sphere.
    20. Create a rectangle and put it in the center, facing up.
    21. Apply the craquelure under artistic with a crack spacing of 27, a crack depth of 10, and a crack brightness of 10.
    22. Use the custom shape tool to get a large argile pattern.
    23. use the tile tool under texturize.
    24. Use another smaller argile set and place it on top of the previous.
    25. Apply the grain tool under artistic to the new pattern.
    26. Lastly, use the ocean ripple under distort and wrinkle your bush.
    27. Press control s and save your work. You’re finished.

  676. 1) Open up a new file 5”x5”, resolution 150. Name the file Sphere Necalace.
    2) Use the paint bucket tool (G) and fill in the background with the color of your choice.
    3) Use the shape tool (U), and create a circle with your choice of color, and then two more circles that are another color. Make sure to rasterize.
    **as an example the colors I am going to use are blue and red, but you can choose your own colors**
    4) In your layers make sure that the red layer is on top of the blue layers. Now move one of the white circles slightly up, and one of the white circles slightly down (I would use the arrow keys)
    *once you have moved the two blue circles behind the red circle merge them (shift>select both layers>Control E to merge). Then select the magic wand tool and click on the gray circle (make sure that you click on the gray circle layer first.) At this point you should see the small dotted selection lines around the gray circle. Now click on the layer with the two blue circles and then hit Delete on your keyboard. Look at what you have just created! Hide the layer of the red circle so that you can see the outilne cut you have just made.
    5) Now, move the layer of the blue cutout shape in front of your layer of the gray circle (this should be done in your layers.)
    6) Now is a good time to rename you layers red circle and blue outine.
    7) Okay, now you are going to duplicate the red layer three times, and re-name each layer “1”, “2”, and “3”.
    8) on layer “3” you will fill the circle in with the a color of your choosing (just make sure it is darker than the color of your red circle.) Reset the opasity of the layer to 75%. Size the layer so it fits right in the left corner of the red circle.
    9) Fill in layer “2” with the same color and change it’s opacity to 50%. Make layer “2” just bigger than layer “3”.
    10) Foll in layer “1” with the same color again and reset the opacity to 25%. Make layer “1” just bigger than layer “2”.
    11) Now, lets re-size the “blue outline” layer and fit it just inside the red circle.
    12) Now, apply a Filter>Gaussian Blur to every layer, except the red circle and the background layer.
    • White outline: blur of 5
    • 1 and 2: blur of 10
    • 3: blur of 15
    13) Now, merge all layers except for the background. To merge select layer “3”, hold shift down, and then click on the “red cirlce” laer, let go, and then click Control E. Rename the new layer cirlce
    14) Move the circle layer down so that it is positioned somewhere in the middle of the screen.
    15) You may notice that some of the blurred circles come out of the circle shape and into the outside space. Don’ worry. Simply select the Eliptical Marquee tool (M) and click and drag a circle shape (which will have dotted lines) over your sphere. Once you have created a circle over your spher, go to the top of your screen and click on select>Inverse, and click delete on your keyboard. This action will get rid of any excess blurred images that may be outside of your sphere.
    16) To put a simple highlight on the sphere, select the shape tool, and using the color white, draw a small circle in the top, right-hand corner of the sphere. Then apply a Gaussian blur of 10 to the circle.
    17) Merge the white hghlight and the circle so they stay together where ever you move them.
    YOU HAVE SUCESSFULLY FINISHED MAKING THE SPHERE FOR YOUR NECALACE!!!!!!!
    18) Now click on your background layer in your layers. Go to the styles tab which is next to Color and Swatches above your layers. Select the style that you think is the most fun pattern.
    19) Use the shape and paint tools, or any other tools you know, to create and type of design you could want on the necklace. For example, I made a smiley face.
    20) Merge all of the layers that are on your necklace so they stay with the necklace when you move it.
    21) Use the shape tool (select the line tool) and create two lines to use as your chains. You can pick the thickness of the change. Don’t forget to rasterize.
    22) Merge the chains with the necklace so they stay together!! YOU HAVE SUCESSFULLY MADE YOUR VERY OWN SPHERE NECALACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  677. Sorry! My eighth step turned into a smiley face! I’m not really sure why, but that is what it did! Sorry! 😦

  678. THE BODY OF A SNOWMAN
    By: Victoria Crabtree

    1. Create a new file “5 by 5” 150
    2. Choose a backround color using the paint bucket tool then creat a rectangle to fit in the bottom of your file. You can do this by typing shift (U)
    3. Using the shape tool, create three circle shapes, one blue, and two white. DON’T FORGET TO RASTERIZE!
    4. Merge the two blue layers together. Select the blue circle with the magic wand tool (W) and then click on the layer of the two blue circles. Hit DELETE to create an outline. Rename the outline layer “BLUE OUTLINE.”
    5. Duplicate the white circle layer 3 times and name them 1, 2, and 3.
    6. Click on the “3” layer and using Control (T) resize it so it is a small circle and fill it in with a dark blue and reset the opacity to 75%
    7. Click on layer 2, resize it so it is just a bit larger than layer 3 and fill it in with dark blue with an opacity of 50%
    8. Click on layer 1 and resize it so it is just a bit larger than layer 2 then fill it in with dark blue with an opacity of 25% NOW SAVE IN YOUR PUBLIC FOLDER! Control (S)
    9. Blue outline: gaussian blur:5, 1 and 2: gaussian blur: 10, 3: gaussian blur: 15 now move the blue outline down in your layers so it sits just above the blue circle layer.
    10. Now merge all the layers except for your rectangle and backround. Once you have done that duplicate your sphere 3 times and resize them so there is a head and body sitting on top of the base. And then you have the body of the snowman so just add some accesorries! (eyes, stick arms, smile, nose, buttons, scarf, etc. What ever you like!)

  679. ahackworth says:

    Space Tutorial By: Azariah Hackowrth
    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution: 150
    2. Add a color to your box. (Your Choice)
    3. Then Create a yellow circle at the bottom left corner of the box. Remember Rasterize
    4. Make the circle yellow and move is down to where only half of the circle is showing.
    5. Make a Gaussian Blur radius of 130.
    6. Next you want to Create 3 purple circles of any size. (Circles do not have to be purple) Rasterize
    7. Diffuse Glow the circles, you do that my going to filter and hovering over distort and then moving your mouse to the right and going to Diffuse Glow.
    8. Add yellow Gaussian blur little circles to all bigger circles. Add a Gaussian blur Radius of 5 Rasterize
    9. Then click on the background layer then click on the magic wand tool, then click on the box with the magic wand tool then click on the gradient sign and apply the gradient.
    10. Then click on the correct layers one at a time and delete the yellow circle.
    11. Next you want to click on the big circle that you made yellow and add a gradient.
    12. The final Step to this tutorial is to create stars( Colors are your choice)
    13. REMEMBER TO SAVE!!!!!!

  680. connorday33 says:

    How to Make:
    Lime Green Ice-Cream

    Create a new file on Photo Shop 5×5 at 150
    Create a sphere using the following instructions from the Mariemont Junior High School Digital Arts Blog- Sphere Tutorial-1Sphere Tutorial-2Sphere Tutorial-3Sphere Tutorial-4Sphere Tutorial-5

    ***NOTE***THE GREY CIRCLE SHOULD BE GREEN (step 4) AND WHEN CHANGING THE OPACITY AND SIZE OF THE COPIED CIRCLES MAKE THE COLOR A DARK GREEN, NOT BLACK (steps 9 through 11)
    Next once your lime green sphere is created make to copies of the sphere and rename them “ice-cream 1, ice-cream 2, and ice-cream 3”
    Then create a light tan rectangle (rasterize it) and click ctrl (and then) t
    Next right click on the rectangle, select distort and drag the boxes at the bottom right and left sides into the bottom middle of the rectangle to create a triangle.
    After that step select the line tool (u) and draw black lines from one side to the other creating x’s like on a real ice-cream cone.
    Now make sure the cone layer is in front of all the other layers and drag the ice cream layers onto slightly bellow the cones top edge.
    Once you complete this step combine all the layers by shift clicking on all your layers (except from your background layer) then you have your ice cream.
    However you are not done just yet. You need to apply a striped gradient to your background so select the background layer and press g to get to the gradient tool. Then select the gradient editor under the top options “edit, image, and layer” . After that select transparent stripes. ***MAKE SURE THE COLOR OF THE STRIPES YOU WANT ARE IN THE FOREGROUND COLOR/BACKGROUND COLOR*** After that click, drag release and you have your gradient.
    Finally you are done here is what your final copy should resemble-

    NO PICTURE AVAILABLE
    (sorry)

  681. taylorpowers says:

    Digital Arts
    1. Create a new file and make it 5 by 5 inches with a pixilation of 150
    2. Fill in the background using the paint bucket tool with a dark gray
    3. Create three circles, one should be between pink and two should be white
    4. Rasterize all of the circles
    5. Position the white circles so they fit around the pink circle and position it so it is on top of the white circles
    6. Merge the two white circles
    7. Use the magic wand tool and click on the click on the pink circle. (Make sure you are on the correct layer. Click on the white outline and press delete on your keyboard
    8. Hide the pink circle to see the outline
    9. Make three copies of the pink circle and name them 1, 2 , 3
    10. Click on layer three and fill it in with a dark orange using the paint bucket tool. Change the opacity to 75%. Resize the circle
    11. Click on Layer 2 and fill it in with a dark yellow using the paint bucket tool. Change the opacity to 50%. Resize the circle so it is slightly larger than layer 3
    12. Click on Layer 1 and fill it in with a red using the paint bucket tool. Change the opacity so it is 25%. Resize the circle so it is slightly larger than layer 2
    13. Blur the layers using a Gaussian Blur. White Outline radius of 5. Layers 1 and 2 radius f 10. Layer 3 radius of 15.
    14. Merge all of the layers besides the background
    15. Go into the shape tool and select a stamp. Choose the empty circle and create a pink ring, a orange ring that is smaller than the pink, and a yellow ring that is smaller than the orange.
    16. Position them around the circle
    17. Choose the Elliptical Marquee tool and the eraser. Make sure you are one the layer of the rings and erase the back of each ring
    18. Merge all of the layers except the background
    19. Create a black circle using the shape tool and place it below the planet
    20. Blur the black circle using the Gaussian Blur with a radius no higher than 10
    21. Double click on your planet in the layers and choose outer glow
    22. Click on the black circle in the layers and apply an outer glow
    23. Click on the background and go to filter. Select a texture, and choose stained glass.
    24. Save

  682. Purple Planet Tutorial.

    1. Create a new a file 5 by 5 resolution 150
    2. Paint the background black
    3. Create 1 purple circle and 2 white circles. RASTERIZE the circles.
    4. place the white circle behind the purple circle, one should be up a little and one should be down a little.
    5. Merge the two white circle and rename it white outline.
    6. Select the purple circle with the magic wand tool. Then select the white outline in the layers and press delete.
    7. Create three black circles. Rename the black circles 3, 2, 1 in that order.
    8. Change the opacity to 3 for 75%, 2 for 50%, and 1 for 25%. and place them inside the purple circle. One just a little bigger than the one before it.
    9. Blur the white outline to the radius of 5, circles 1 and 2 to a radius of 10, and circle 3 to a radius of 15.
    10. Merge everything except the background
    11. Use the marquee tool and create a circle about the size of your planet and press shift, control, I and press delete.
    12. Create a little white circle and place it on the planet at about 1-2 o’ clock.
    13. Blur the highlight with a radius of 10.
    14. Create a Yellow Circle and place it up in the corner.
    15. Blur the yellow circle [the sun] to a radius of 25.
    16. Rename the white circle to highlight, and rename the yellow circle to sun,
    17. Go to the shape tool and choose the custom shape tool and choose a circle.
    18. Choose a color and then create an oval
    19. Then move the oval over the planet and erase the line on the circle and put on a blur with a radius of 2
    20. Use the brush tool and change the color to white then make little dots on the background [where it is black] to make stars.

    Now you have a purple planet!

  683. cameronbyers says:

    1. Create a file, 5 by 5 inches at a resolution of 150.
    2. Make a blue background
    3. Create a rectangle shape that Is a darkish green on the bottom
    4. Using the shape tool (U) create an egg like circle and duplicate it 3 times. DON’T FORGET TO RASTERISE!
    5. Change 2 of the white circles pink
    6. Change one of the circles that is still white, a purple.
    7. Make sure that the white circle is above the 2 other circles in the layers.
    8. Make an outline with the 2 pink layers
    9. Once you are satisfied, merge them together by holding down the shift key
    10. Using the magic wand tool (make sure you are on the right layer) click on the CIRCLE
    11. Click on the outline layers that you had merged and press delete.
    12. Click on the eye in the box so the circle will disappear
    13. Look at the outline you made!
    14. Name the layers you merged together pink outline, and the purple circle, egg
    15. Move the pink outline so it fits just inside the egg. On the layers drag it to the top.
    16. Click on the egg layer and duplicate it 3 times
    17. Click on each layer and name it 1, 2, and 3 from bottom to top
    18. Go to each layer and change the 3 duplicated eggs to a darker purple then the original egg.
    19. On the layer called number 3, reset the opacity so it is at 75%. Then resize it so it is very small inside the egg
    20. On layer number 2 reset the opacity so that it as at 50% and resize it so it is just slightly bigger than 3.
    21. Now on layer 1 reset the opacity to 25% and resize it so it is slightly bigger than layer 2.
    22. In the layers box, so far the order going from top to bottom your layers should be….
    -Pink outline
    – 3
    -2
    -1
    -Egg
    -Shape 1 (the green rectangle)
    – Background
    23. Now you need to blur the layers
    Pink outline: Gaussian blur radius of 5
    3: Radius of 15
    2 and 1: radius of 10
    23. Merge the pink outline, egg, 3, 2, and 1 together by holding down on the shift key and selecting all of them. Right click and select merge!
    24. Now go to the layers and select shape 1.
    25. Go to paint and for the brush select a grass. Cover grass over the ground.
    26. Rename this layer, ground layer
    27. Now, you need to make a shadow.
    28. Go to shape tool (U) and create a black egg like shape that you will use as the shadow.
    29. Put it underneath the egg
    30. Give it a Gaussian blur with a radius of 5. Rename it shadow. Rasterize!!!
    31. Now we need to make a highlight. Go to shaped (U) and make a very small white circle.
    32. Put it on the top edge of the egg and give it a Gaussian blur of 15. Rename it highlight. Rasterize!!!
    33. Now we need to make the sun.
    34. Go to shapes and make a yellow circle. Give it a Gaussian blur as much as necessary to make it look like a sun. Rename it sun. Rasterize!!!!
    35. Put it in the top right hand corner
    36. Now select the background layer
    37. Go to the gradient tool and select the colors white on the right side going left downwards changing to a blue.
    38. Make that the background by starting on the tip of the egg and dragging it upwards to the right hand corner (it should be making a line as you drag it)
    39. Decorate the egg a little more if you wish.
    40. The layers should be in this order going from top to bottom
    -Highlight
    – pink outline
    – shadow
    -sun
    -ground layer
    – background
    41. If yours looks like this, congrats! You’re done! You have created an Easter egg!

  684. hannatenhundfeld says:

    How to make a Sphere
    By:Hanna
    Go to Photoshop and create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution: 150.
    2. Using the paint bucket tool (G) and create a black background.
    3. Then using the shape tool (U) create three circles one gray and the other two white place this above the rectangle, and a rectangle and place it on 1/3 of the page. You need to rasterize these layers.
    4. Place both white circles behind the gray circle and move one up a little and the other down a little. After you have placed them behind the gray circle you need to merge the two white circles using shift. Hold shift down choosing the two white circles, right click and hit merge. Do not merge the gray circle yet!
    5. Using the magic wand tool (W) click on the gray circle, make sure you are on the right layer. You will see moving lines around the circle, once you do go to the layer with the white circle and HIT DELETE. You may hide the gray circle and see what you have created.
    6. Go to your gray circle and duplicate it three times. It should go 3, 2, 1, gray circle. Once you have duplicated the gray circle go to layer 3 and fill the circle in with black. Reset the Opacity to 75% and then resize you shape to the bottom left hand corner.
    7. Go to layer 2 fill it in with black, reset the opacity to 50% and then resize the circle to left hand corner, but make you resize it just a little bigger than the first one. After you have done that go to layer 1 fill it in with black, change the opacity to 25% and resize it just a bit bigger than the second circle.
    8. Now apply a blur to your circles. Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur to each layer except the gray circle, your rectangle and the background.
    • White outline ( Gaussian blur: Radius: 5)
    • 1 and 2 (Gaussian blur: Radius: 10)
    • 3 (Gaussian blur: Radius: 15)
    9. Now merge the layers together.
    10. And you have a sphere.

  685. annabrokamp says:

    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution: 150
    2. Using the shape tool, create three circle shapes, one green, and two white. Also create a green rectangle. DON’T FORGET TO RASTERIZE!
    3. Merge the two white layers together. Select the green circle with the magic wand
    tool (W) and then click on the layer of the two white circles. Hit DELETE to create
    an outline. Rename the outline layer “WHITE OUTLINE.”
    4. Now, copy the green circle three times. Rename these layers ‘1’, ‘2’, and ‘3’.
    5. On layer ‘3’, fill with the color black, with an opacity of 75%. Resize that layer to the size of your liking. Place it over the green circle.
    6. Fill in layer ‘2’ with black, with an opacity of 50% and resize it to be a little bit bigger than layer ‘3’. Place it over the green circle as well.
    7.Fill in ‘1’ with black with an opacity of 25%. Resize it to be bigger than layer ‘2’. Place it over the green circle as well.
    8. Now, apply a Gaussian blur on each layer. On ‘White Outline’ make a blur of 5. On layer ‘3’ make a blur of 15. On ‘1’ and ‘2’ apply a blur of 10.
    9. Merge all the layers together except for the rectangle, and the background. Retitle this layer, Green Sphere.
    10. Using the elliptical marquee tool, make a circle around the sphere. Select ‘select’ at the top of your screen, ‘inverse’, then press delete on your keyboard.
    11. Using the shape tool, create a black oval/circle under your sphere. Name this layer, ‘shadow’. Give the shadow a blur of 5.(rasterize first)
    12. Now create a small white circle on the corner of the sphere. Name it ‘highlight’. Apply a blur of 5.
    13. Select the rectangle layer with the Magic wand tool. Apply a gradient from black to white.(horizontal)
    14. Select the background with magic wand. Apply another gradient going diagonally.

  686. jakegoodwin says:

    To Make A Cat Head 😉

    Step 1 Make a new document with 150 resalution and a width of 5 and a lenghth of 5.
    Step 2 Calor the back round anything you would like.
    Step 3 go to lesson archive and use the sphere totorials to make a sphere but do not make the ground, shadow, or high light.
    Step 4 once you are done with the sphere create 2 triangle by using the line tool.
    Step 5 now rasterize them and calor them the calor of you sphere and place them on top of the sphere you have just made the ears.
    Step 6 Make a copy of both ears.
    Step 7 make both copys pink and shrink them the size of the sphere.
    Step 8 Make the last triangle you need and turn it upside down and put it near the center of the sphere you have just made the nose.
    Step 9 Make 2 green circles and put the above the nose.
    step 10 make 2 more black circles and place them in the center of the eyes.you have just made a cat head!

  687. Sphere Tutorial
    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution 150.
    2. Fill the back ground with a color you want, in this case we will do red. Then make a rectangle shape and make it blue, RASTERIZE!
    3. Using the shape tool, U, make three circles, 2 white, 1 red. RASTERIZE! After you do this, move the white circles behind the red one.
    4. Merge the two white layers together. Select the red circle with the magic wand tool (W) and then click on the layer of the two white circles. Hit DELETE to create an outline. Rename the outline layer “WHITE OUTLINE.” Then rename the red circle, “RED CIRCLE.”
    5. Duplicate the red circle layer 3 times and rename the first duplicate, 3, the next, 2, the last duplicate, 1. Once you are finished with that fill all of the duplicate circles with the color, DARK RED. It must be darker than the red circle layer.
    6. Fill layer 3, with the opacity of 75%. Resize it and move it in the bottom left hand corner of the red circle. Fill layer 2, with the opacity of 50%. Resize it to fit just bigger than the circle 3. Fill layer 1, with the opacity of 25%. Resize it to fit just bigger than the circle 2.
    7. Now apply a FILTER>BLUR>GAUSSIAN BLUR>radius settings for each layer:
    WHITE OUTLINE- radius of 5
    3- radius of 15
    1 & 2- radius of 10
    8. Now merge all of the layers together, (CONTROL E), except for the SHAPE 1, and the BACKROUND. Rename the layer CIRCLE. Now move the Layer CIRCLE, on the blue rectangle, SHAPE 1, so it looks like it is on the ground.
    9. Using the Eliptical Marquee Circle Tool, make a circle on the sphere and up on your toolbar click on, SELECT>INVERSE, and click on DELETE on your key board. Make a black oval, with a GAUSSIAN BLUR with a radius of 5. Put the oval under the circle so it is a shadow. Name the layer OVAL and Rasterize It.
    10. Make a white circle with a GAUSSIAN BLUR of 10 and put it in the top right corner of the sphere and name the White Circle HIGHLIGHT.
    11. FINAL TWO STEPS! Apply a gradient on SHAPE 1, and on the BACKROUND. You are finished with the sphere. WELL DONE!

  688. erincash says:

    Planet Tutorial

    1) Apply a gradient to the background. Your foreground color will be an almost-black navy blue, and the background color will be the same color, just a little bit lighter.
    2) Create three circles- one is the color of your choice (make sure it’s not too dark) and the other two white. Don’t forget to rasterize! Arrange the white circles behind the colored circle so that one is just above it and the other is just below. Merge the two white layers.
    3) Using the magic wand tool (make sure you have the circle layer selected) click on the colored circle. Now, in your layers, click on the white outline and hit delete. You may now move the circle layer under the outline layer again.
    4) Duplicate the circle layer three times, naming them “1”, “2”, and “3” (from top to bottom) Fill in layer “3” with a much darker version of your colored circle, and change the opacity level to 75%. Resize it so if fits in the bottom left corner of the circle. Fill in layer “2” with the same color and set the opacity level to 50%. Resize so it’s just a bit larger than layer “3”. Fill in layer “1” with the same color and set the opacity level 25%. Resize it so it’s a little bigger than layer “2”. Lastly, resize the white outline so that it fits just inside the original circle.
    5) Apply a Gaussian blur with a radius of ten to the white outline (you don’t want the outline too strong since the background is so dark). Give layer “3” a blur of 15, and layers “1” and “2” a blur of 10.
    6) Merge ALL layers except your background.
    7) Using the elliptical marquee tool, cut out any blur that is outside of the outline you desire.
    8) Create a highlight for the sphere by making a white circle in the upper right corner of the sphere. Apply a Gaussian blur of 15.
    9) Now, using custom shapes, select the circular outline shape and create the shape. The size should fit in the middle third of the sphere. It can be any color, but will go best if it is similar to the sphere.
    10) Using the smudge tool, smudge out the part of the shape that should not show (it should look like it’s going behind the planet, like the rings of Saturn). Merge the sphere, the highlight, and the ring together.
    11) Using custom shapes again, create very small stars all over the rest of the background. You can make them any size and any color.
    12) For the last step, add a Gaussian blur with a radius of anywhere from 5 to 10.

  689. MacKenzie says:

    Ice cream in a bowl

    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution: 150. Name it Sphere
    2. Using the shape tool, create three circle shapes, one mint, and two white. DON’T
    FORGET TO RASTERIZE!
    3. Merge the two white layers together. Select the mint circle with the magic wand tool (W) and then click on the layer of the two white circles. Hit DELETE to create an outline. Rename the outline layer white outline.
    4. Now duplicate the mint circles so there are 3. Call them 3, 2, and 1 in that order.
    5. Now make circle 3 dark mint and resize it to be in between 6 and 9 o’clock on a clock.
    6. Do the same with 2 and 1 except for make it a tiny bit lighter mint than the one before and resize to circle to make the circle a little bit bigger than the one before
    7. Resize the white out line layer so it is now inside the sphere
    8. Now add blurs to all layer except for mint circle the original.
    • 3 is Gaussian blur radius 15
    • 2 and 1 radius of 10
    • and white outline radius of 5
    9. Now merge all layers. Rename sphere
    10. You the elliptical tool put it around the circle and click inverse then delete.
    11. Add a white highlight with a radius of ten and Gaussian blur
    12. Then warp a circle into a bowl
    13. Then duplicate your sphere 2 times
    14. Put spheres into bowl then make a cool background.

  690. elliekapcar says:

    Sunset over the Ocean Tutorial
    Ellie Kapcar

    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution 150
    2. Use the shape tool to create a rectangle stretching along the bottom 1/3 of the page. DON’T FORGET TO RASTERIZE!!!
    3. Use the gradient tool and apply a gradient to this shape going from blue (at the top) to a yellowish brown color (at the bottom)
    4. Now, use the shape tool to create 3 circles. Two should be red and one should be white.
    5. Make sure you have rasterized all of your layers before you proceed!!!
    6. Place the white circle at the top of your layers and move it in front of both red circles
    7. The red circles should be almost overlapping each other but make sure it looks like an outline around the white circle
    8. Now merge these two red circles using Ctrl E
    9. Once the layers are merged, use the magic wand tool to select the white circle
    10. Go back to the merged red circle in your layers and click “delete”
    11. Now you have the outline for the sunset!
    12. Re-size the red outline so it fits just inside of the white circle
    13. Now duplicate the white circle three times.
    14. Name your layers “3, 2, & 1” and make sure 3 is at the top of your layers
    15. Fill each circle in with orange
    16. Re-size the circles so that 3 is the smallest and that it is in the bottom left corner.
    17. 2 should be slightly bigger, and same with 1.
    18. Change the opacity of 3 to 75%, 2 to 50%, and 1 to 25%.
    19. Now on each layer (EXCEPT FOR THE RED OUTLINE), apply a radial blur, amount 10
    20. Apply a Gaussian Blur with a radius of 10 to the red outline layer
    21. Merge all your layers EXCEPT for the background and shape 1
    22. Now click on the shape 1 layer and go to Filter -> Liquify
    23. Play around with it and make it look like an ocean
    24. Almost finished! Now apply a rainbow gradient to the background to make it look like a sunset
    25. Finally, position your “sun”/sphere so it looks like it is in the sky

  691. Courtney Dunning says:

    How To Make The Planet Neptune
    1. Create a new file that has a 5in. by 5in. and a resolution of 150.
    2. Now use the paint bucket tool to create a dark blue background. Then you create two white circles and one blue circle. You need to rasterize!
    3. Position the two white circles behind the blue circle with the move tool. Now merge the two white circles together and rename it white outline, while you are at it rename the blue circle (which at this point should be named “shape one”) and give it the name “blue circle”
    4. Now click on the “blue circle” layer. Use the magic wand tool to select your blue circle. Now click on the white outline and hit DELETE. Now you can click on the eye that is on the left of the white outline layer to see what you have created.
    5. Now move the “white outline” to the top of your layers. Next, you duplicate the “blue circle” three times; rename them “1”, “2” and “3”. Use the move to spread them out.
    6. Take circle “3” and use the paint bucket tool to make it dark blue. Set the opacity to 75% and resize it to fit in the bottom left hand corner of the “blue circle”.
    7. Now, you repeat step 6 with “2”, but change the opacity to 50%, make it a tad lighter blue and resized it so it sits just outside of “3”.
    8. For this step you will need to repeat step 6 to the circle named “1”. Change the opacity to 25% and resize it to the outside of circle “2”.
    9. Next, we will be working with blurs. You give the white outline a Gaussian blur of 5, circle “1” and “2” Gaussian blurs with the radius of 10 and circle “3” gets the Gaussian blur of 15. SAVE YOUR WORK! Move your white outline under circle “1”,”2” and “3”.
    10. Now, merge all everything except the background. To merge you click on your layer then hold SHIFT down and click on the other layers. Left click and press merge.
    11. Now go to the Elliptical Marquee tool and draw a circle. Use the arrow keys to position the shape over your circle. Go to INVERSE at the top of your screen and choose inverse. Now press DELETE.
    12. Now go to the Brush tool and choose stars. Add stars around your planet! SAVE. You are now done with your planet!

  692. joemolski says:

    Planet Tutorial
    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5, resolution: 150
    2. Using the shape tool, create three circle shapes, one blue, and two white. DON’T FORGET TO RASTERIZE!
    3. Merge the two white layers together. Select the blue circle with the magic wand tool and then click on the layer of the two white circles. Hit delete to create an outline. Rename the layer white outline.
    4. Create three more blue circles, easiest way is to create these circles is to duplicate the blue circle three times by right-clicking the blue circle in your layers.
    5. Change the opacity and the size on each one getting bigger towards the top. Apply a Gaussian blur on each:
    White Outline: 15
    1 and 2: 5
    3: 10
    6. Merge all of the layers including the white outline
    7. Create a green oval
    8. Use the elliptical marquee tool and take out the center of the oval.
    9. Select the planet and then the eraser tool and erase all of the oval that is over the sphere
    10. Adjust the ring is it is more eye level
    11. Finally! Your planet!!

  693. Digital Arts In-Class Assignment

    *NOTE- Hit CONTROL+S after each step. This will automatically save your work.*

    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 at 150.
    2. Using the PAINT BUCKET tool, fill the background with a light blue color.
    3. Create a green rectangle that covers about 1/3 of the square. Then create 3 circles, 1 yellow 2 white. Don’t forget to rasterize!!!
    4. Move the two white circles on top of each other, but make sure that you can still see both. MERGE the two white circles together and RE-NAME the new shape “Outline”. Then in your layers, DRAG the yellow circle layer to the top of what should now be 5 layers.
    5. Click on the layer of the yellow circle. Then, using the MAGIC WAQND tool, click on the actual yellow circle. Once there are moving lines around your yellow circle, click on the LAYER of your outline and press DELETE.
    6. Now DUPLICATE your yellow circle layer three times. RE-NAME them from top to bottom in this order: 3, 2, 1. THIS IS VITAL TO LATER STEPS.
    7. Switch your foreground color to a dark orange, but NOT brown.
    8. Click on layer 3. Fill it with the color of orange you have just chosen, then, CHANGE its OPACITY to 75%. Give it a GAUSSIAN BLUR with a radius of 15. RE-SIZE this layer so that it fills up a small amount of space in the bottom left-hand corner.
    9. Click on layer 2. Fill it with the orange color again. CHANGE its OPACITY to 50%. Give it a GAUSSIAN BLUR with a radius of 10. RE-SIZE this layer to just a bit larger than layer 3, still in the bottom left-hand corner.
    10. Click on layer 1. And again, fill it with the orange color. CHANGE its OPACITY to 25%. Apply a GAUSSIAN BLUR with a radius of 10. RE-SIZE this so that it is a bit larger than 2, but not as big as the yellow circle.
    11. Merge together the following layers: yellow circle, white outline, and your 3 new circles.
    12. Now, make a BLACK OVAL inside the yellow circle. DUPLICATE this one time, and move it horizontally to the right so that it is still in the sphere you have just created. In your layers, merge these two shapes together.
    13. Using the PAINT BRUSH tool, create a “U” shape, but make it wider, so it looks like a smile.
    14. Now, using the SHAPE tool, make a small WHITE circle at the top of your yellow sphere. Apply a GAUSSIAN BLUR with a radius of 5.
    15. Now, apply a GRADIENT on the background layer. You NEED to drag your line from the top left-hand corner to where you put that little white circle, then and only then do you let go. The gradient should start white in the top left-hand corner, and end blue in the bottom right-hand corner.

  694. ctaylor98 says:

    Bird Tutorial
    Chris Taylor

    1. Refer to the sphere tutorial and create a sphere.
    2. Then duplicate your sphere ONE time. Now you should have two circles. Position one of the circles on top of the other.
    3. Now take the smudge tool and create wings on the circle on bottom. MAKE SURE YOU ARE ON THE CORRECT LAYER!!!!!
    4. After that take the smudge tool again and make legs on the circle on the bottom. AGAIN, MAKE SURE YOU ARE ON THE CORRECT LAYER!!!!
    5. Now merge the two circles together. Once you have done that, get out your smudge tool and make a beak on the layers you just merged. You may add yellow to the beak if you want to make it more beak like.
    6. Now that your have made you bird lets add some texture.
    7. Click on the background layer and go to Filter>Texture>Stained Glass.
    8. Now click on your layer of your bird and go to filter>Texture>Texturizer
    9. Now add a lighting effect on the rectangle go to filter>Render>Lighting Effect, and position it however you want.
    10. Good job! You’re done! Now you have a bird like shape!!

  695. Sphere tutorial- Jonathan Grissom
    1. Start a new file with a resolution 150, 5 by 5.
    2. Draw a rectangle in the bottom third part of your file. It can be any color you like. Be sure Rasterize
    3. Create three new circles. Two white, one any color you like. Rasterize.
    4. Move the two white circles behind the colored one so that one is higher than the sphere and one is lower than the sphere.
    5. Merge the two white circles together by pressing Ctrl-E. Rename this White Outline.
    6. Click on the colored circle layer. Select the magic wand tool. Click on the circle and then switch layers to the outline layer. Press Delete.
    7. Now, you must select a darker shade of the color you selected earlier. Duplicate the circle layer and make it the new shade 3 times. Name one of them 1, then 2, then the last one 3. Make three below the white outline. Next, two. Then, one.
    8. Make three the smallest one and in the bottom left corner. Set the opacity to 75%. Do the same things with two and one but a little bit bigger each time. Set #2’s opacity to 50%. Set #1’s to 25%.
    9. Now make the white outline layer smaller and inside the other circle. Apply a Gaussian Blur at a radius of 5. Then make a Gaussian Blur on Layers 3, 2, 1. 3=15. 2=10. 1=10
    10. Now you want to merge layers 3, 2, 1, White outline, and color circle. Name this circle.
    11. The last two parts are to make the gradients in the background and on the rectangle. You can use any colors you like.

  696. 1. Create a file, with 5 by 5 inches, and 150 resolution
    2. After that, fill in the white background black with the paint bucket tool (G).
    3. Next, Make a gray rectangle with the shape tool (U) and then rasterize it.
    4. After that you should make 3 circles with the shape tool again(U). Make one circle gray and the other two should be white and then rasterize. Then save your work.
    5. Now, you should move the two white circles behind the gray circle. One circle should be moved up a little and the other down. Once you have done this, merge the two white circle layers by clicking on one of them, holding down shift, and click the other circle. Once that has happened, press ctrl e to merge them and then hit delete on your keyboard. If you want to see what you have done, hide the gray circle in your layers, then save your work.
    6. Now you should move the two white circles layer in front of the gray circle layer. Then rename the two white circles, white outline, and the gray circle.
    7. Once you have done that, duplicate the gray circle layer 3 times and in order rename them 1, 2,and 3.
    8. Click On the# 3 layer, fill it in with the color black with the paint bucket tool (G), and then change the opacity to 75% and resize it to a smaller circle. With layer 2, do the same thing as before, but change the opacity to 50% and resize the layer a little smaller than layer 3. On layer 1, do the same thing, but change the opacity to 25% and resize a bit smaller than layer 2. Also, resize the white outline layer so that it is just inside the gray circle. Then save.
    9. Now apply a gaussian blur to every layer except the gray circle, gray rectangle, and the black background. To do this go to filter, blur, and then gaussian blur. On the white outline apply a gaussian blur with a radius of 5. To layer 1 and 2, apply a radius of 10. Then on, layer 3, apply a radius of 15. Then move the white outline layer just above the gray circle. Then save.
    10. Then merge all of the layers like before. Once you have done that, reposition the circle so that it is laying on the rectangle. Edit your blur,select elliptical maqueet tool, position it then select inverse and delete! and apply a gradient to your shape 1 and background. You are now done!!!

  697. Andrew Sizer says:

    Sphere Tutorial Instructions
    Andrew Sizer

    1.Create a new file 5 by 5 resolution 150
    2.Make a black rectangle on the bottom 3rd of your page “Don’t forget to RASTERIZE it!!!
    Then make three circles again DON’T FORGET TO RASTERIZE!!!!!!!! One white and two blue.
    3.Merge the two circle with the magic wand tool on the white circle then go to the layer with that you merged and click delete. Rename it white outline.
    4. Duplicate the white circle 3 times, then rename them “1,2,3”
    On layer three,go to magic wand tool and make sure your on layer three and click on it . Then go on paint bucket and change it to black and then click on shape then change opacity to 75% then re size it to fit in the bottom left corner of the sphere.
    5 Go onto layer 2 fill with black, reset opacity to 50%.Then re size it just a little bigger than three.Then go into layer 1 fill with black change opacity to 25% and re size it.Then re size the white out line to fit into gray circle.
    6. Now apply a filter>blur>Gaussian blur to every layer except the gray circle and gray rectangle.
    White outline(Gaussian blur> radius:5)
    1 and 2 (Gaussian blur>Radius: 10
    3 (Gaussian Blur>Radius: 15)
    Once you have applied the blurs move whiter out line bellow the circles.
    7. Now merge all the layers except the rectangle and the back round.To do that click 3 hold “shift” click the other shapes then click “Control “E” Rename it “Circle Then move the layer down to the rectangle. You may have noticed the blur came out of the circle click “M” then put an out line around it. Click “ Select” then “inverse” then “Delete”
    8.Now create a shadow. Make a black circle using shape tool. RASTERIZE it and place oval under the Circle layer, then apply an Gaussian blur (Radius :10)Then make a white circle RASTERIZE it and put in right corner of circle.Make sure this layer is in front of the circle layer and put an Gaussian Blur(radius:10)
    19. Go onto shape 1 apply an simple gradient to make a fade.Make sure to Magic wand tool the shape.
    10.Then go onto back round and do the same thing but make the gradient touch the gray circle to the right corner of back round.

    The sphere is complete!!!!!!!

  698. Fields.ryan says:

    Ryan’s Tutorial
    1: Create a new photoshop file 5 x 5 and resolution: 150 and Title it : Pigskin
    2: Using the shape (U) tool , make a rectangle that covers 1/3 of the page and color that black and color the other 2/3 of the page, orange.
    3: create 3 football shaped objects using the shape(U) tool , and color one of them brown and the others white. ( Don’t forget to save and rasterize each layer) Name your brown football “ Gray Circle”
    4: Place the two white footballs behind the brown football , one white football should be a little higher than the brown football and the other white football should be a little lower than the brown football.
    5: merge the two white footballs together using Control E (merge) and title them “white outline” and make sure the brown football is the top layer in your layers.
    6: Now duplicate the brown football 3 times and title those layers “1,2,3” (Rasterize and save)
    7: Fill the layer “3” black and set the opacity to 75% and make it cover the bottom 4th of the football.
    8: Fill the layer”2” with black and set the opacity to 50% and make it just bigger than the layer “3” football.
    9: Fill the layer “1” with black and set the opacity to 25% and make that just bigger than layer “2”
    10: Resize the “white outline” to fit just inside the football.
    11: add a Gaussian blur to the white outline , Radius :5
    12: Add a Gaussian blur to “1” and “2” with a radius of 10.
    13: add a Gaussian blur to “3” with a radius of 15.
    14: now move the “White Outline” down in your layers below “1, 2, 3”. And merge all of your layers except for your shape 1 , gray circle and background layer. Merge using Control E.
    15:Positon to football on the line that divided the black and orange.
    16: Use the Elliptical Marquee tool (M) and put it over your football. ( Or use the Magic Wand Tool )
    17: Now select SelectInverse and Click Delete on your keyboard.
    18: Now create a shadow for your football by using the Shape Tool (U) and color it brown with a Gaussian Blur radius of 5. ( don’t forget to rasterize)
    19: Now put a white circle in the corner of your football (Don’t forget to Rasterize ) and apply a Gaussian Blur with a Radius of 10.
    20: Last step is to apply a gradient of black to white on your shape 1 , click on shape one using your Magic wand Tool and apply the gradient.
    21: Now apply an orange to white gradient on your background.
    22: And now you have your pigskin.

  699. 1. Create new 5 by 5 resolution 150 (color this black)
    2. Then create three new circles all the same size. One red the other 2 white. DO NOT FORGET TO RASTERIZE.
    3. Position the white circles behind the red one( make sure they are below the blue one in your layers) Make the white circle poke out of the red one a little at the top and sides of the red one.
    4. OK now go to your layers and select one of the white circles then hold down the shift button and select the other white circle this should highlight both in blue after they are both blue hold down Ctrl and e at the same time and this should merge the two shapes together
    5. Now press the W button on your keyboard to select the magic wand tool select (make sure in your layers the red circle is highlighted in blue) and select the red circle with the magic want tool. Then once the red circle in selected in your layers select the white merged circles so that they are highlighted with blue and press delete on your key board. Name this new shape white outline in your layers.
    6. Now make three duplicates of the red circle. Name them 1, 2, and 3.
    Make 3s opacity to 75% and change the size to be smaller and be inside the red circle.
    Make 2s opacity to 50% and change the size to a little bigger than three and put it in side the red circle.
    Now make 1s opacity 25% and change the size to a little bigger than 2 and put it inside of the red circle.

    You should come out with something like this

    7. Now apply blurs to 1, 2, 3, and white outline
    • 3= radius of 15
    • 1,2= radius of 10
    • White outline= radius of 5

    8. Fit the white outline so it fit right inside of the red circle and merge the shape
    9. Now click on the second tool down on the tool bar the Elliptical Marquee tool and drag a circle that fits directly over the red sphere like object and look at the top of your screen click on select then inverse and hit delete on your key board Then create a little white circle and place it in the top right-hand corner of your sphere and put blur of 5
    10. Now click on your keyboard Ctrl T and right click on the sphere and click on warp then warp your shape so that it looks like an apple type shape
    11. After that add a rectangle that is brown with blur a radius of 5 then a leaf which you can find in the shape tool and more shapes then nature once you have done that the finished product should look like an apple!

  700. anthonyd72 says:

    Step 1 Create a New file 5 by 5 resolution 150 and change the background to black and create a gray rectangle at the bottom third.
    2. using the shape tool create 3 circles one blue two white DO NOT FORGET TO RATERIZE
    3. Merge the two white circles. Select the blue circle and with the magic wand select the blue circle. Then click on the white circle layer and hit delete after that change the name to white outline.
    4. Duplicate the blue circle 3 time and name the circles 1 2 3 then turn them black using the paint bucket tool.
    5. First select the first duplicated layer and resize it so it fits in the bottom left corner. Set the opacity to 75%. Then select the second layer and resize the layer to just above the first layer. Then set the opacity to 50 percent. Select the third layer and resize it to a little bigger than the last 1.

    6. Apply a gausin blur of 15 to the smallest layer. Then apply a gausin blur of ten to the other layers. Put a gausin blur of 3 to the white outline. Merge all of the layers that make up the sphere and put it on the gray rectangle.
    7. Select the move tool and then hit ctrl t then left click and warp the sphere and to look like a rocket.
    8. Move the rocket to the middle of the gray rectangle and hit ctrl s.
    9. Select the gradient tool and make your colors blue then white
    10. Select the gray rectangle layer using the magic wand tool. The hit ctrl d and apply the gradient to the background and behold the rocket Flames at the bottom are optional.

  701. 1. Create a green sphere and a grey one
    2. Apply a white blue gradient to the backround
    3. First, use the warp tool to alter the appearance of the green circle create to humps in the fromt and elongate the whole thing
    4. Now position the white circle so the highlight is facing the left, use the rotate tool (Ctrl T)
    5. Create a green circle and bevel and emboss it. Warp it so it covers the northeast part of it.
    6. Make another green oval and do the same thing, move it beneath the frog in layers and elongate it.
    7. Draw a blue rectangle just below the larger circle. Apply a wave to it. Under filter.
    8. Apply a cloud brush with a master diameter of 139
    9. Apply a Molecular texture 276 on the larger oval.
    10. Create an oval, then create a wave with the vertical scale bar at 31% then apply a guasian blur of 5, size it and move it as you need.

    You’ve made a frog!

  702. A Bouncy Ball in the Field
    Madison Telgkamp

    1.Make sure to create a new file 5 by 5 inches, resolution 150.
    2.You then change the background to any color you would like. After that select the shape tool. Make sure you have the rectangle tool selected. When you have the tool selected make sure the color is now changed to a color of your choice (MUST BE DIFFERENT FROM THE BACKGROUND COLOR I am using green in this tutorial). Then you place a rectangle on the bottom third of your screen.
    3.Then you must make three circles (make one circle then go to your layers and duplicate that circle twice). You then make one circle a color for instance red and you make the other two another color for instance yellow.
    4.After you have your three circles you now move the red circle so it is in a good spot for you (you will move it later again). Then take one of the yellow circles and position it behind the red circle so that a part of it hangs above or below the red circle. You then take the second yellow sphere and place it above or below the red circle so that part of it hangs out (this should look like the red circle is highlighted in yellow).
    5.You can now merge the two yellow circles naming the “Yellow Outline” in your layers and hit the “Ctrl” button and the ”s” button to save your work so far. Once you have done that select the magic wand tool and click on the red circle. Then click on the “Yellow Outline in your layers and click the delete button on your keyboard. To see what you have created hide the red circle shape.
    6.Now you duplicate the red circle 3 times renaming the 1, 2, and 3 (be sure to have them in your layers go “Yellow Outline”, “3”, “2”, “1”, and “Red Circle”). Take a DARCK color of the original color of your sphere (in this case red). You the click on layer “3” and reset the opacity to 75% and resize (resize is control t) so that the circle is smaller and in the bottom left hand corner. Then select layer “2” and fill it in with a dark red and change the opacity to 50%. You then resize layer “2” so that it’s a little bigger than layer “3”. And lastly you select layer “1” and color it in with the same dark red and change the opacity to 25%. You then resize this shape so that it’s a little bigger than layer “2”. You then select layer “Yellow Outline and resize it so that it fits just inside the “Red Circle Layer”. MAKE SURE TO SAVE!!!!!!!!!!
    7.Now it’s time for all of the blurs. You must select the “Yellow Outline” layer then go to Filter>Blur>Gaussian> and type a radius of 5 for this particular layer. You then Blur Layers “1” and “2” (you have to do this separate times) BUT the radius for these two layers is 10. And lastly you blur layer “3” with a radius of 15.
    8.Now you click and drag the elliptical marque tool (M) and drag it around your circle so that it fits around your circle pretty good. You will know you have selected the tool because you will see dotted lines like ants around your circle. Once you have the dotted lines around your circle go to the top of you screen and click Select>Invers then on your keyboard press the delete button. This will take away all the extra blur.
    9.Now you will select the circle tool and make an oval in the shape of a shadow on the bottom left hand corner. You will apply a Gaussian blur with a radius of 5. And no you will make a small yellow (in this case) circle in the top right hand corner of the sphere you will then apply a Gaussian blur with a radius of 10.
    10.Now you will apply a gradient to the background so that there is yellow in one of the top corners. You do this by selecting the gradient tool (G) and go to the top of the screen a choose a blue to yellow gradient or a yellow to blue gradient. If you do not have that option then go to the bottom and select a yellow then press the arrow button and select a blue. You then apply the gradient by dragging the gradient tool from the corner of your square to anywhere (be sure to have the highlight which is your yellow circle on the same side of the light source).
    11.Lastly! You select the brush tool (b) and then go to the top of the screen and select the brush down arrow. You will choose the one blade of grass. If your Table (rectangle on the bottom third) is not already green then make sure it is green or brown. You then drag the grass around on top of your ground of table to make a field. REMEMBER TO SAVE!!!!

  703. emilyferguson21 says:

    Ice Cream Cone Tutorial
    1. Open new file 5×5 resolution 150. Name this Ice Cream.
    2. Fill background with a light blue color. Create a new shape using the shape tool and make this a light pink. Don’t forget to rasterize!
    3. Next create three circles. Two of them should be white and the other should be light pink. Rasterize all circles!
    4. Next you need to make sure your pink circle is above the other circles in your layers, and then place the two white circles directly behind the pink circle.
    5. Now you need to merge the white circles. Make sure you are on one of the white circle layers. You need to click on the layer while holding shift, then click on the other white circle layer. Now you need to right click and select merge. They are now one layer.
    6. Next you need to select the white circles and hit delete on your keyboard. To see what you have done you can hide the pink circle. Great Job!
    7. At this point save your work. Next you need to duplicate your pink circle three times naming them in order 3, 2, 1. Fill in number three with a darker shade of the pink. Resize it so it could fit between the 6-9 if it where a clock. In your layers change the opacity of this circle to 75%
    8. Now you need to resize circle2 so it is a bit larger than number 3. Fill it in with the same dark pink color and change the opacity to 50%. Repeat this with circle 1 so it is slightly larger than 2 but change the opacity to 25%.
    9. Next you need to apply a gaussian blur to circles 1, 2, and 3 and to your white outline.
    3-Radius of 15
    1 and 2-Radius of 10
    White Outline- Radius of 5
    This would be a good time to save your work.
    10. Great Job. Now you need to merge every layer besides the background and the ground. Remember to click on the layers while holding shift then right click and select merge.
    11. Now to remove the excess blurring you can select the elliptical marquee tool and create a dotted circle around the new circle you have created. Then go up to the top of the screen and click on select then click on inverse. Now you need to click delete on the keyboard. To remove the moving lines hit CTRL D.
    12. Next you need to create a tan colored rectangle. Rasterize it then click Ctrl T and right click to select warp. Transform this shape into an ice cream cone figure. To make this look even more like an ice cream cone, you need to create an x pattern and apply it all over the ice cream cone.
    13. You are almost done! Now you just need to set the circle on top of the cone. Then you need to select the ground layer then click on it using the magic wand tool. You then need to apply a gradient that is pink and light blue to the ground to make it look like a table cloth. Great job now you just need to save your work!

  704. clarascholtz says:

    Black and White Sphere
    1. Make a new file 5 in by 5in and resolution 150. Then make your background black. Using the shape tool, create a grey rectangle in the bottom third of the background (don’t forget to rasterize the layer).
    2. Now create three circles of the same size, one being grey and two being white (don’t forget to rasterize each layer. Now make sure that the grey circle layer is on the top of the layers. Make sure that one of the white circle layers is highlighted. Using the arrow keys on the keypad, move the white circles over each other. But make sure you don’t put the white circles completely over each other. You want one to go up or down so it looks like almost an oval. Go back to one of the white circle layers and hold down the shift button and click on the other white circle. Once both layers are highlighted click Ctrl E to emerge the layers. Then go back to the grey circle layer and use the magic wand tool on the grey circle (you will see moving lines. Then go back to the white outline layer (which you should have renamed it to) and click Delete on the key board. *If you want to make sure everything is alright, hide the grey circle layer and it should look like a white outline on the background. Press Ctrl S.
    3. Duplicate the grey circle three times and name them 1,2 and 3. The order of the layers should be the white outline, then 3, then 2, then 1 and so on. Make the opacity of 3 to 75% then to 2 50% and 1 25%. Fill in each layer with black. Press Ctrl S
    4. Put a Gaussian blur of 10 on 1 and 2, a blur of 15 on 3 and a blur of 5 on the white outline.
    5. Next emerge all of the layers except for the background and the rectangle (shape 1). If the White outline blur is messy and on the outside of the circle, use the second tool down and make a circle as big as the sphere. Then click select>inverse and press delete on the key board.
    6. Move the sphere partly over the grey rectangle and the background. Click Ctrl S to save.
    7. Create an oval using the shape tool and color it black using the paint tool (don’t forget to rasterize the layer). Put a Gaussian blur of 5% on it. Make sure the layer is behind the sphere, if not put the layer under the sphere layer.
    8. Add a LITTLE white circle using the shape tool (in the top right corner). Put a Gaussian blur of 10% on it.
    9. *MAKE SURE YOU ARE ON THE RECTANGLE LAYER. Set the foreground color to black and the background color to white. Use the magic wand tool on the rectangle and use the gradient tool and drag it across the rectangle. It should look like it’s going from black to white.
    10. Lastly, make sure you’re on the background layer and use the gradient tool on the background. It should be black in the left bottom and white in the top right hand corner. Press Ctrl S.

  705. alcidjacobs says:

    Creating a Sphere-Like Shape.
    1) Open up Photoshop and create a new file: 5 by 5 (inches) with a resolution of 150. Title it Sphere-Like Shape.
    2) Fill in your background with any color or pattern you chose using the paint bucket tool Make a rectangle at the bottom of your background using the shape tool. Make it cover the bottom 3rd of your background. .
    3) Select the shape tool and make three circles, one dark blue and the other two white, since today, we are making a blueberry. (Note: One of the shapes must be a darker color, and the others must be a lighter color.) Rasterize!
    4) Merge the two light colored layers together. Then select the darker colored circle with the magic want tool. Then click on the white circle in your layers. Hit delete and rename the outline: White Outline. Bring the white outline above your Shape 1 layer.
    5) Then make a copy of the Shape 1 a total of three times. Name them: 3, 2 and 1. Rasterize!
    6) Resize 3, 2 and 1:
    7) 3 should be on the top of all of your layers. Resize it so (if your sphere was a clock) it would be between 6 and 9. Set its opacity to 75%, and fill it in with a very dark blue.
    8) 2 should be between 3 and 1. Resize it so that it is a bit bigger than 3. Set its opacity to 50% and make it just a little bit lighter than 3.
    9) 1 should be below 2. Resize it so it is a bit bigger than 2. Set its opacity to 25% and make it just a little bit lighter than 2.
    10) Apply a Gaussian Blur of 10 to layers 1 and 2, 15 to layer 3, and 5 to the white outline.
    11) Go ahead and merge all of your layers together except the background and the rectangle. Rename the merged layers “Sphere.”
    12) Move you’re Sphere down so that it looks as if it is sitting on your rectangle. (If you are
    making a planet, you don’t have to do this.)
    13) Is there a blur around the outside of your sphere? Go ahead and select the Elliptical Marquee tool and make a dotted circle around your sphere. Then go to Select and click Inverse. Then hit delete! Ta Da! They are gone!
    14) Now you need to make a highlight on your sphere. Go ahead and make a small white circle using the shape tool. (Make sure it is in the top right hand corner of your sphere for this project.) Then apply a Gaussian Blur of 15 to the circle. Remember to rasterize before you apply the blur!
    15) Now you have created the basic steps for your blue berry! Go ahead and experiment!

  706. Snow Man Tutorial By: Parker Gilmore

    1.) Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution: 150 Name this snowman.
    2.) Using the paint bucket tool fill in the backround with the color light blue
    3.) Next create the ground or a rectangle using the shape tool be sure to make it light grey and rasterize
    4.) Next create a white cricle using the shape tool and go over to the layers section and duplicate the layer two times. BE SUER TO RASTERIZE ALL THREE WHITE CIRCLES.
    5.) Next, move the three shapes on top of each other with their bottoms barely toching using the move tool at the top of the page.
    6.) Step six is basicly adding eyes a mouth and a nose. First go to the shape tool and make a small black circle. Duplicate the layer and move each black eyeball to the white circle on the top. Next make a small orange rectangle and move it to the middle of the top white circle. And lastly create a very small black rectangle for the mouth and move it to the bottom of the top white circle. BE SURE TO RASTERIZE ALL OF THE LAYERS YOU JUST MADE.
    7.) Now merge layers shape5, shape4, shape3 copy, shape3, and shape2 copy. This is now your head of your snow man.
    8.) Now it is time for the arms. Go to the shapes tool and create a brown rectangle be sure to make it skinny because its an arm! Once you have done this duplicate it and rasterize them both.
    9.) Now move both of the arms to the middle white circle. It should be starting to look like a snow man!
    10.) The last step to this tutorial is making three black buttons. Make these buttons the same way you did with the eyeballs ecxept make on more and place them down the snow mans body. BE SURE TO MERGE THEM AND RASTERIZE THEM.

    Congradulations you have finished.

  707. Ten Step Sphere Tutorial
    1.) Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution 150
    2.) Using the paint bucket tool fill in the background with the color blue.
    3.) Next create the ground with the rectangle tool rename the layer GROUND, be sure to make it white and RASTERIZE.
    4.) Next create a white circle using the shape tool. Then duplicate the layer two times. You should have three white circles now. Rename one of the circles 1 and the other two. REMEMBER TO RASTERIZE ALL THREE CIRCLES.
    5.) Then place all the circles vertically on top of each other.
    6.) Use the paint bucket tool to color in the middle circle red. Be sure you click on the layer of the shape that you are coloring in before you color in the shape.
    7.) Then using the shape tool make two SMALL black circles. Put them on top of the first circle. Once you have done that create one SMALLER circle and make it the color red and place it under the two black circles. This will be the nose. REMEMBER TO RASTERIZE.
    8.) Using the rectangle tool make a SMALL rectangle and make it black. REMEMBER TO RASTERIZE and place the black rectangle under the red nose.
    9.) Now it is time for the arms. Go to the shape tool and make two medium size red arms. And place them on the sides of the middle red circle. Once you have done that use the paint bucket tool to color in the bottom circle.
    10.) The last step is using the shape tool create 3 small black circles. REMEMBER TO RASTERIZE. Once you have done that move them into the middle circle and place them horizontally on top of each other.

    CONGRATULATIONS YOU HAVE CREATED SANTA CLAUSE

  708. Emma Phillips says:

    How to make a planet

    1: Open a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution at 150
    2: Make the background black
    3: Create a sphere, any colo(s) you like
    4: Move the sphere to the center of the file
    5: Go to the shape tool, making sure the color is not the same color(s) as your sphere and background, and select the custom shape tool.
    6: At the top of photoshop, click on the arrow where it says “Shapes”, and select the shape to the right of the pawprint.
    7: The shape you have just selected is the ring shape. Create a wide ring that is wider than your sphere. When you are satisfied with the length, release the left arrow key.
    8: Erase the lines on the sphere, not around the sphere.
    9: Repeat steps 7 and 8, making sure this second ring is smaller than your first ring.
    10: Use the paint tool, making sure the color is white, and click randomly around the background(make sure you have the background layer selected).
    You have now made a planet

  709. Emma says:

    Flower Tutorial
    1) Open up a new file, 5” by 5”, resolution: 150
    2) Use the Paint Bucket tool and fill in the background color blue (sky colored). Use the shape tool to make a green rectangle
    3) Create three circles, one circle a dark purple. The other two should be a light purple. After that, position the light purple circles behind the dark one to make a light outline. Once you have done that, merge the light purple circles. Then select the magic wand tool and select the dark purple circle. Finally, select the outline a hit Delete on the key board.
    4) Now duplicate the circle 4 times naming them 4,3,2,1. Change their color so it is darker the center circle. On layer 4, change the opacity to 80%. Next change circle to have opacity of 60%. On circle 2, change the opacity to 40%. On the final circle, change opacity to 20%.
    5) Resize the shapes so that they are a little bigger each time (dark : inside- Light: outside)
    6) Now apply a Gaussian blur to your circles. (Down below)
    7) If there is blur outside the circle, use the Elliptical Tool. To get rid of the moving lines, Select- Inverse.
    8) Then go to Filter- Liquify, make a flower that you like. Duplicate flower to your liking.
    9) Make the background like the outdoors, and you have a flower
    10) You are done!!!

    -Outline- 5
    -1 & 2- 10
    -3 & 4- 15

  710. gushaffner says:

    Pac-Man Instructions
    Note: Save your work after each step and Rasterize Each Layer After Making It- You can rename any layer if you wish when you want
    1. Make a new file: 5×5, resolution of 150
    2. Chose the Paint Bucket tool and fill in the background with the color back
    3. Chose a color like purple or blue and make about 5 rectangles
    4. Move them how you like
    5. Create one small, yellow circle
    6. Copy at least 10 times so that they will cover most of the image
    7. Move them how you like, but put them in straight lines.
    8. Once you have all yellow dots situated, merge them into a layer
    9. Now create a larger yellow circle; don’t make it too small or large- this will be your Pac-Man
    10. Create a small black circle and drag it to the top right corner of the Pac-Man-this will be his eye
    11. Zoom in on the Pac-Man
    12. Use the eraser tool to create a mouth (if you do not know the way Pac-Man’s mouth looks, search it on the internet)
    13. Move the Pac-Man so that he is about to eat a yellow dot
    14. Keep the Pac-Man on the left side of the picture; no dots should be behind the Pac-Man; as he eats them, they will disappear
    15. Create a medium-sized, white rectangle in the middle
    16. Copy and paste 2-3 ghosts in there
    17. Now put more ghosts on the outside chasing the Pac-Man
    18. Make a rectangle in a corner that says “END”

  711. ethankennedy says:

    Ethan Kennedy
    All shapes need to be rasterized
    Step 1: create 3 circles, one grey two white
    Step 2: move all the circles together and have the white circles placed behind the grey circle and one slightly up and one slightly down.
    Step 3: merge the white circles and then select the grey circle with the magic wand tool and click on the white circle layer and click delete.
    Step 4: duplicate the grey circle 3 times and name the circles 1, 2, 3, with 3 on top and 1 on the bottom.
    Step 5: Now resize 1, 2, and 3 so that they are all in the lower left hand corner and they are all slightly bigger than the one in front of them.
    Step 6: Move the white circles to the front and resize them so they are just inside the circles.
    Step 7: Apply a Gaussian blur to layer 1, 2, 3 and white circles. Size 15 for 3, size 10 for 1 and 2, and 5 for white circles.
    Step 8: Now draw an outline around the circle and use inverse to get rid of all the extra blur
    Step 9: Now add a shadow by creating a black oval under the circle and add a Gaussian blur of 5 to it.
    Step 10: The last step is to create a small white circle in the top right corner and apply a Gaussian blur of 10.

  712. Egg Tutorial
    1. Create a new file 5 x 5 and resolution: 150 and title it Egg Sphere
    2. Use the paint bucket tool to make it blue
    3. Create a white rectangle by using the using the shape tool (U) and place it at the bottom of the file
    4. Then create grass by using the bursh tool (B) then choose the type of brush and choose 112 then cover the rectangle with grass
    5. Create three ovels by using the shape tool (U) and color one purple and two white
    6. Then place the white ovals just a little above both ends of the egg, you can press control T if you have to resize. Then merge the two white layers by using control E
    7. Then rename the layers white outline and purple egg and move the white outline layer above the purple egg one
    8. Then duplicate the purple egg three times and fill those three duplicates the same color as background (have them in order from 3, 2, 1 going down, they should be under white outline and above purple egg
    9. Change the opacity of layer 3 to 75% and resize (control T) it so it just sets inside the egg looking like the eyeball in the eye.
    10. Change the opacity of layer 2 to 50% and resize it so it is above layer 3
    11. Change the opacity of layer 1 to 25% and resize it so it is above layer 2
    NOW SAVE YOUR WORK
    12. Now apply a Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur to every layer except for white layer/grass, background, and purple egg
    White Outline- radius of 5
    1 and 2- radius of 10
    3- radius of 15
    *Once you have done that then move white outline to right above purple egg
    13. Merge all layer except for grass/rectangle, purple egg, and background by pressing shift them click on 3 2 1 and white outline then press control E. Then merge that merged layer and purple egg and name it egg.
    14. Then move the egg down on the grass.
    15. Then use the Marque Tool (M) and trace another ovel aroun the egg to get ride of extra shadow. Then press select>Inverse>press Delete.
    NOW SAVE WORK
    16. Now you want to make a shadow, use the shape tool (U) and make an ovel colored in black. Place it right under the Egg layer, and apply a Gaussian blur radius of 5
    17. Then for the highlight, select shape tool of a circle and use the color white to fill in and place the circle in the top right corner of the egg
    (Gaussian Blur Radius of 10)
    18. FINAL STEP!! NOW SAVE WORK!! Now you have to create a sun in the right hand corner. Use the shape to create a circle with the color of yellow. Then apply a Gaussian Blur with the radius of 20

    BEHOLD THE EGG!!

  713. Brooke Taylor says:

    Planet Tutorial:

    1. Create a new 5×5 file with a resolution of 150.
    2. Make your foreground color black
    3. Go to Filter> Texturize> Stained Glass and make the stained glass. Play around with the size of the grains until it looks like stars.
    4. Create a large orange shape in the middle of the page.
    5. Select the orange circle. Go to Filter> Texturize and play with the different textures until you think it makes it look like a planet.
    6. Create a yellow circle in the distance and apply a Gaussian blur to make it a sun.
    7. Select the shape that is a black outline circle. It looks like a ring. It has a black outline and is filled in with white. Make it yellow.
    8. Draw the shape in the middle of the planet to look like a ring is going around the planet.
    9. Apply a Gaussian blur.
    10. Use the magic eraser to erase the top ring that is overlapping the planet. The ring should look like it is going all the way around the planet.
    11. Click Control S and save your planet.

  714. connorreid says:

    1: Ceate 3 circles, one blue two white, make sure to rasterize them, and make a light blue background with three green circles on the ground spaced so that each circles hump is about evenly spaced, make sure to rasterize the circles too!
    2: Mve all the circles together and have the white circles placed behind the blue circle and one slightly up and one slightly down.
    3: Merg the white circles and then use the magic wand tool to select them and then click on the blue circle layer and click delete.
    4: Duplicate the circle 3 times and then name them 1, 2, and 3 with 3 on top and 1 on the bottom and tthen give 3 a 75% opacity, 2 a 50% opacity, and 1 a 25% opacity.
    5: Now resize 1, 2, and 3 so that they are all in the lower left hand corner and they are all slightly bigger than the one in front of them.
    6: Move the white circles to the front and resize them so they are just inside the circles.
    7: Apply a Gaussian blur to layer 1, 2, 3 and white circles. Size 15 for 3, size 10 for 1 and 2, and 5 for white circles.
    8: Now draw an outline using the eliptical marquet tool so that it barely covers the outside of the blue circle and go to select and inverse and hit delete to git rid of any extra blur.
    9: Take your circle and put it in the middle of your page.
    10: Use the paint brush and go to the top of the screen and click on the paint brush at the top to open a scroll down menu. On the menu select the grass shape and make grass on your three green circles
    11: Make a yellow circle, rasterize it, and then give it a gaussian blur of 30 and then put it at the top right to act as a sun.
    12: Using the shape tool select the line and make three lines to form a triangle that is twice as tall as it is wide. Fill the inside of the lines with a tannish color that resembles an ice cream cone color. Rasterize!
    13: Using the line tool once again, make 5 verticle lines and ten horozantal lines inside the cone, make sure to Rasterize.
    14: Give each of those lines a drop shadow
    15: Move your blue sphere onto the ice cream cone so thatthe bottom third is hidden under your cone (Make sure the cone layer is in front of your ice cream layer!)
    16: Congratulations! You made an ice cream cone! Make sure you save using control S.

  715. khowe67 says:

    Eyeball Tutorial
    Kyle Howe

    1. Create a new 5*5 150 resolution document. Name this Eyeball. Take the paint bucket tool and make the background black. After this you should set up a gray rectangle near the bottom of the screen. You should now have what i call your scenery set up. (RASTERIZE ALL LAYERS!!)
    2. Use the shape tool U to create three new circles. Two should be white one should be gray. After this position the two white circles behind the gray circle just above and below of the gray circle.
    3. Now take the circle tool again and create a small black circle in the middle of the gray circle. Then create a smaller white circle in the middle of the black circle. After this make one more black circle in the middle of the white circle. (RASTERIZE)
    4. Now take the custom shape tool. Your shape that you should select from the top is a small ring. Use this shape to create a black ring around the small black circle inside of the white circle. This ring should look like an oval.
    5. So far so good, now merge all of the white layers together. Name that layer white. Put a gaussian blur to this layer. It should have a radius of 10. Now put a 5 radius blur to all of the other layers except for your scenery. You should now have something that looks like an eyeball.
    6. You can now merge all of these layers together, except for your scenery. Now that you have merge your layers move them down to the bottom middle on the gray rectangle layer. You can always rename your layers to your liking in this tutorial.
    7. Now hit Control+T. You should now see a box around your circle shape. Make sure you are on the correct layer. Right click and press rotate. You can now rotate your shape 90 degrees.
    8. Almost their! Go to your eyeball layer and right click on it. Go to blending properties and select shadow. You will need to position this shadow to the left of your eyeball.
    9. Put a Gaussian blur of ten to your shadow. If you cannot do this select the blur tool and blur the shadow.
    10. Select your background layer and put a simple black to white gradient.
    11. Select your gray rectangle layer and do the same thing.
    12. BEHOLD THE EYEBALL

  716. The Picnic Plate
    1. You must create a new file 5 by 5 at 150.
    2. Then you must click on the costume shape tool and select the checker board looking one make it fit the whole page. (Don’t forget to rasterize) and change all the squares to a color and merge that and the background.
    3. Next you must create an orange circle and you must duplicate that layer twice turning those to other orange circles into white circles. (Don’t forget to rasterize!!!)
    4. Now you must position the two white circles behind the orange so they look like a border, and then merge those two together.
    5. Now using the magic wand tool click on the orange circle, and the on your layers click the white outline and on the key board click delete.
    6. Then duplicating the orange circle again three more times labeling the one under the white outline 3 then the second one 2 and the third one 1, you should now have a total of seven layers including the background.
    7. Now change all of the layers 1-3 into a dark orange. Then change:
    • layer 3’s opacity to 75%
    • layer 2’s opacity to 50%
    • layer 1’s opacity to 25%
    8. After you have completed that we are going to give everything blur:
    • Layers 1 & 2 get a Gaussian blur of 10
    • The white outline layer get a Gaussian blur of 5
    • Layer 3 gets a Gaussian blur of 15
    You also have to merge all of the layers except the circle
    9. Using the Marquee tool gets rid of the extra blur.
    10. Next create a small lit orange circle and give it a Gaussian blur of 5, and position it in the right top corner of the sphere.
    11. Now create a black circle that looks like a shadow and give it a Gaussian blur of 5.
    12. Position the shadow under the circle in your layers.
    13. You should now have five layers. If you do you have now create an orange on a picnic table!!!

  717. zoevanasse says:

    • Apply light blue to the background using the paint bucket tool (G)
    • Then select the paint brush tool (Y) and click on the box that says Oil Medium Wet Flow. Make sure that is 162 px. Apply it to the upper area to make clouds.
    • Select the shape tool (U) and make a dark blue rectangle. This shape should cover about 1/5 of the background . Once you have done that you have to rasterize it.
    • Then you select the shape tool and make a yellow circle. You have to rasterize it and then you duplicate the yellow shape 3 times and name them 1,2,3 and put them in order like this: 3,2,1
    • Select shape 3 and fill it in with yellow and change the opacity to 75%.
    • Select shape 2 and fill it in with yellow and change the opacity to 50%
    • Select shape 1, fill it in with yellow, and change the opacity to 25%
    • Apply a Gaussian Blur with a radius of 10 to layers 1and 2. Also apply a Gaussian Blur with a radius of 15 to layer 3.
    • Select the move tool and move the yellow object to the upper right hand corner but adjust so that you can still see it.
    • You have just made a BEACH SCENE!!!!!

  718. Nathaniel Arington says:

    Nathaniel Arington
    Pool ball
    Remember to rasterize all layers!!!
    1) Open up a new file 5×5 inches 150 resolution and name this planet.
    2) Use the paint bucket tool and fill in the backround with green.
    3) Use the shape tool to make a brown rectangle in the bottom of the square.
    4) Make three circles using the circle tool and color one red and the others white.
    5) Move the white circles together and place them one high and the other low and then merge. Move the red circle onto the middle of the white. Then use the magic wand tool to click on the red circle and then you will click delete. Then place the circle on the brown rectangle.
    6) Make three copies of the red circle renaming them 1, 2, and 3. 3 needs to be on top 1 needs to be on the bottom and color them black. Then change the opacity of 3 to 75%, the opacity on 2 to 50%, and the opacity on 1 to 25%. Next resize these so that they fit in the bottom left corner of the red circle getting larger the lighter they are.
    7)Put gaussian blurs on them, 3 has a blur with a radius of 15 and 2 and 1 have a radius of 10. The red circle has a gaussian blur of 5.
    8) To get rid of the extra blur use the magic wand tool on the sphere and inverse your selection then click delete.
    9)Make a small white circle in the top right corner of the circle put a gaussian blur with a radius of 5 on it.
    10) Select the background layer and apply a green and white gradient on it white in the top right corner. Then you will need to select the brown rectangle layer and also select it with the magic wand tool then apply a brown and white gradient, white on the right.
    11) Make a white circle in the middle of the sphere and apply a gaussian blur radius of 5. Then use the text tool and move the cursor into the white circle and type the number 3.
    12) BEHOLD THE POOL BALL!

  719. Nathaniel Arington says:

    Sorry my step 8 turned into a 8) smiley face.

  720. 1. Import a picture of a Christmas tree branch .( When you google search ,type wallpaper to make sure that it is big enough )

    2. Make three identical circles ( one red and two white ) .

    3. Put the two white circles together and merge. Add the red one in the middle.

    5. Select the red circle switch to the merged whitecircles layer and press delete.

    4. Make 3 copies of the red circle. Pick a darker color, similar to red and fill copy one with it ( 25% opasity ) and apply gausian blur 14.Fill copy 2 with 50%, copy 1 with 75% and apply gausian blur 10 to both. Apply gausian blur 4 to the white outline.

    6. Add a white dot.and merge all layers but the branch.

    7. Create a goldish colored oval that is about twice as wide as it is tall.

    8. Make one of the ovals slightly darker than the other one.

    9. Create a rectangle that is the same color as the dark oval , as wide as the ovals and three times as tall as them .

    10. Align the rectangle with the dark oval so that it looks like the rectangle has a curved edge.

    11. Using the magic wand tool , select the rectangle and the oval together and apply a gradient from white to the color that they already had. ( make sure that the white goes on the same side that the white dot is )

    12. align the remaining oval with the oval- rectangle shape that you just created.

    13. With CTRL+T adjust your shape to fit nicely on top of the red ball.

    14. Merge all layers but the picture of the branch.

    15. Move the shape in a good spot under the branch.

    16. Create a white line that connects the gold shape with the branch.

    Voila! you”ve got a christmas tree ornament.

    ******Tip: instead of a branch you could use an entire tree and duplicate the ornament many times.*************************************************************************************************

  721. carsonfields says:

    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution: 150
    2. Use the shape tool to make three circles. One orange/brown and two white. Remember to RASTERIZE!
    3. Then position the orange/brown circle just below the first white circle and just above the other white circle. Merge your white circles together.
    4. Now use the Magic Wand tool and make an outline around your orange/brown cirlce. Press delete. To see the difference hide your orange shape by pressing the little eye on your layers bar.
    5. Now duplicate your orange circle 3 times. Title the first copy 1, the second copy 2, and so on.
    6. Make sure your on your 1 layer and resize it so that it is a circle about the size of a dime. Set the opacity to 75. You can change the color so it looks darker.
    7. Now resize your circle titled 2 so it`s just a little bit bigger. Set the opacity to 50.
    8. Resize your #3 circle so it is slightly bigger than circle 2. Set the opacity to 25.
    9. Position the circles so they line up biggest to smallest. The smallest circle should end up being positioned around 6 or 7 O` Clock if you were looking at you sphere like a clock.
    10. Now add your blurs. For the smallest circle set the Gaussian blur with a radius of 15. The two middle circles (2 and 3) the radius should be 10. And for the white outline it should have a radius of 5. No blur for your original circle. Merge all of your layers together.
    11. Now use the elliptical marquee tool to draw a circle around your original orange circle.
    12. Now go up to the select bar on the top of your screen then hit Interverse. Then delete.
    13. Add a shadow and a highlight.
    14. Now that you`ve made a sphere!

  722. scottoverbey says:

    Scott Overbey Bell 4
    Armadillo Tutorial
    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution:150 Name it “Armadillo”
    2. Fill in the background layer with a light blue color using the Paint Bucket Tool(G)g
    3. Make a brown rectangle in the bottom third of your screen. Name this Layer “Ground”.
    4. Create a new circle that is orange and duplicate it twice.(Layers>right-click>Duplicate Layer) Name the orange circle “Orange Circle” in your Layers
    5. Fill in the copies with the color brown using the paint bucket tool(G)
    6. Position the brown circles behind your orange circle using the move tool.
    7. Move one brown circle above and one brown circle below using the Move tool (you can use the arrow keys or your mouse.
    8. Merge the Brown Circle Layers.(Layer>shift+click on other layer>right click>Merge Layers)
    9. Rename the merged layer “Brown outline”
    10. Use the Magic Wand Tool (W) to select the orange circle. Then, select the brown outline layer and hit delete on your keyboard. Click on the eye on the layer of the orange circle to see what you have done.
    11. Now duplicate the orange circle three times and name the three new layers “3”, “2”, and “1”
    12. Now fill in these three layers with dark brown using the Paint Bucket Tool(G)
    13. Now reset the opacity of these circles like this. 3’s opacity will be set to 75%, 2’s opacity will be set to 50%, and 1’s opacity will be set to 25%. After that resize 3 so that it is in the bottom left corner of the orange circle (Control+T). 2 will be resized so that it is slightly bigger than 3 and 1 will be resized so that it is slightly bigger than 2.
    14. Now move the brown outline above the orange circle in you layers and resize it so it will fit inside your orange circle.
    15. Now apply a Gaussian Blur to 1, 2, 3, and the brown outline (Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur). Apply a Gaussian Blur with a radius of 5 to the brown out line, apply a Gaussian Blur with a radius of 10 to 1 and 2, and apply a Gaussian Blur with a radius of 15 to 3.
    16. Now merge Layers 3, 2, 1, brown outline, and the orange circle together.
    17. Name this new Layer “Armadillo”.
    18. Now use the Elliptical Marquee Tool to select “Armadillo”.
    19. Select the inverse of the Armadillo and hit delete on your keyboard.
    20. Now use the move Tool and move your Armadillo to the ground.
    21. Now use the eraser tool(E) to erase the bottom half of your Armadillo
    22. Now apply a burlap texture with a scaling of 50% to your “Armadillo”. (Filter>Texture>texturizer>change from canvas to burlap in drop-down window.)
    23. Now let’s create the Armadillo’s head. Use the shape tool to create a rectangle shape near one end of the armadillo. Then, create an oval on top of the rectangle. After that, duplicate the oval and make the other ear.
    24. Merge the three head layers.
    25. Now apply a burlap texture to the head layer with a scaling of 50%.
    26. Merge the head layers and the armadillo. Make sure that the three head layers are underneath your armadillo.
    27. Now create an oval at the bottom of the armadillo to create one foot. Then, duplicate the foot three types to create the other feet.
    28. Move the three other feet to their positions.
    29. Now create three new black circles for the mouth and eyes. Position them and you are done!

  723. janie says:

    Cotton Candy Sphere
    1. Make a new file 5×5 resolution 150.

    2. Make the background a hot pink color.

    3. Take the rectangle tool and make a light blue rectangle over the bottom third of the file (don’t forget to rasterize!)

    4. The take the circle tool and make three equal circles (rasterize!) Make two of them white and one light blue.

    5. In you layers, move the blue square above the two white white circles.

    6. Place the 2 white circles behind the blue circle to create a white outline.

    7. Once that is completed, merge the 2 white circles. (select the first white circle in you layers, hold down shift and click the second circle until both are highlighted in blue, the hit control E.)

    8. Rename the layer white outline and the blue circle Blue.

    9. Then you are going to duplicate the blue circle layer three times. Name these layer 1,2, & 3

    10. On layer 3, fill it in with black and change the opacity to 75%. Then shrink it so it is in the left hand corner of the sphere.

    11. Fill in layer 2 with black and change the opacity to 50% and shrink it so it is just a little bit larger than layer 3.

    12. Fill in layer 1 with black and change the opacity to 25% and shrink it is a little bigger than layer 2.

    13. Resize the white outline so it is perfectly around the sphere.

    14. Now apply a filter, blur gassian to every layer except background, shape 1, and blue circle
    White outline: Radius of 5.
    1&2: Radius of 10
    3: Radius of 15

    15. After you have applied the blurs, move the white outline layer down in your layers so it is just above your blue circle layer.

    16. Merge all of your layers except the background and shape 1. (select layer 3, hold down shift the select all the other layers you are supposed to until they are blue, the hit control E.)

    17. Then move your shape down so i sits on your rectangle. (If you notice some blur outside your shape, select the Elliptical Marquee tool and put the dotted lines over you sphere. Then hit select inverse, then delete.

    18. Then select the shape tool and make a black oval, (rasterize!) Place the black shape layer underneath the blue circle. (Done in your layers) Then give the black oval a gassian blur, radius of 5.

    19. For the highlight, select the circle tool and make a small white circle in the top right hand corner of the circle. Place this above you blue circle, (in layers) give it a gassian blur, radius of 10.

    20. After you have successfully completed those steps, you have to apply a gradient. Select the shape one layer and select it with the magic wand tool. Then apply a pink and blue gradient, drag from left to right.

    21. Then select the background layer with the magic wand tool and do the same. This time however, start at the black shadow and move it up to the right corner.

    22. Then, BEHOLD THE SPHERE!!!!!!!!!!

  724. gracehaffner says:

    These are the instructions to make a dog out of a sphere.

    1. Create a new file, 5 by 5 inches, resolution 150.
    2. Fill in the background with the color of your choice.
    3. Using the shape tool create a green rectangle at the bottom of the screen taking up 1/3 of the box. Make sure you rasterize this.
    4. Using the shape tool again, create three circles. You can make this one of two ways, by using the shape tool to create three circles or duplicating. Make sure you rasterize these.
    5. Make one circle grey and the other two circles white.
    6. Make sure the grey circle is ON TOP of the white circles. Using the arrow keys, make the white circle make a small outline right around the grey circle. When these are in proportion, you need to merge them. Hit one white circle then hold shift and hit the other one in your layers. Then use the control key, CTRL+E.
    7. In your layers, hit the grey circle. Put it in the magic wand and select the grey circle. Then in your layers, hit the white outline. You should still see the moving lines on the grey circle. Then, hit delete. Hide your layer to view the outline that you have just made.
    8. Duplicate the grey circle three times. Rasterize these layers. Name the circle on top 3, then 2, then 1. Name the grey circle, “grey circle” and white outline, “white outline.”
    9. Color in all the duplicate circles (3,2,1) with black. Resize circle three and make the opacity 75. Resize number 2 so it is just bigger than number 3 and make the opacity 50. Resize number 3 just bigger than number 2 and make the opacity 25.
    10. Make the white outline>Gaussian blur-15. Make circle 3>Gaussian blur-15. Make circle 1 and 2> Gaussian blur-10. When you have blurred all of you shapes it should slightly resemble a sphere. You need to merge circle 1,2, and 3, the grey circle, and the white outline.
    11. After you merge these, move the circle down onto Shape 1, or the ground. Take the elliptical marquee tool and circle the sphere in the area THAT YOU WANT TO KEEP. Then go up to select and hit inverse. The moving lines should be moving around the sphere and the box! Now, hit delete.
    12. Now that you have a basic sphere, it is time to make a dog!!! Duplicate this sphere 5 times. Resize the sphere into a dogs head.
    13. Taking the second sphere copy, make a body. Hit CTRL+T to warp it and create the body how you like it.
    14. Then take sphere 3 and create 1 leg. Make this one a hind leg. Duplicate this leg three times and move them into the screen. Make two legs slightly smaller than the other two. The two big legs will be in front. This is the pattern: BIG,LITTLE,BIG,LITTLE. This will give you four legs.
    15. Then take sphere 4 and create and ear. Duplicate it once then hit CTRL+T. Hit Rotate 90 degrees twice, until it is a reflection of the other ear. Place this next to the head.
    16. Take sphere 5 and create a tail. Place it on the dogs butt and position it how you like it. You can use CTRL+T to make it certain ways.
    17. For all of the dogs body parts, go up to filter, then liquefy. Say you are on the dogs head. When you click liquefy, a new window will show up. Click and pull on the dogs head. You will notice hair like pieces coming off of the head. This will make the dog realistic. (DO NOT TOUCH OTHER SETTINGS!)
    18. After you make the dog create a gradient for the BLUE background. Start white, then go up to blue.
    19. For the green ground you are going to turn this into grass. First go up to noise. Hit, “ADD NOISE” and add 30% of noise. Then go to Gaussian blur and add a blue of 0.9 in radius. Then go to stylize and hit WIND. Then, when a new window pops up click STAGGER! Position of your choice form left to right or right to left.
    20. Go to the paint brush and scroll down in the items. Find the one that looks like ONE blade of grass. Paint that across the top of the green shape and you will have grass. In the top corner of the painting you can a sun or something else.
    21. Behold! The dog, sphere like, thingy!!!!!!

  725. AnnaClaire Lackney says:

    1. Create a new file 5 by 5 at 150.
    2. Make the background a sky blue.
    3. Create three circles, two white, one yellow.
    4. Put the two white circles behind the yellow one, but make sure the white circles are slightly above and below the yellow circle, just like an outline. Using the “T” and the down arrows will help make the white circles be a great outline.
    5. Merge the two white circles, than click on the yellow circle and select the magic wand tool. After that you need to click on the merged layer and hit delete. Rename the merged layer white outline.
    6. Duplicate the yellow circle and rename them 3,2,1.
    7. On layer 3, the highest one up, just below the white outline layer, you need to do a small, dark orange circle on the left hand side in the corner with a opacity of 75%. On layer 2, right below layer 3, do a circle a little bit bigger and a little lighter than layer 3. Make the opacity 50%. On layer 1, right below layer 2, make a bigger circle than the previous one and make it a little lighter. Make the opacity 25%.
    8. So far, if you have done this correctly you should have 6 layers including the background.
    9. Re size the white outline to fit inside the yellow, orange circle you have created.
    10. Now apply a Gaussian blur to the layers. Layers 1&2 have a Gaussian blur with a radius of ten. On layer 3 have a Gaussian blur with a radius of 15. On the white outline have a Gaussian blur with a radius of 5.
    11. Move the white outline layer above the circle. From top to bottom the order of layers should be 3, 2, 1 ,white outline, circle, background.
    12. Merge all layers except the background and rename it sphere.
    13. Select the elliptical marquee tool and make it go around the sphere and then go to select and inverse, than hit delete. This will get rid of unnecessary blurred parts on the outside of your sphere.
    14. Create a small white circle in the top, right hand corner of your sphere and put a Gaussian blur with a radius of 10 on it.
    15. Create a skinny rectangle, yellow in color. Hit control “T” and right click and skew the shape so it looks more slanted. Make it the length and thickness you would like.
    16. Do that as many times as you need until the sphere is transformed into a sun. You will have to keep creating different rectangles and skewing them in different ways to create the sun. When you skew you are making different slants and you will place the slanted lines around the shape and keep resizing the lines however you would like. Make sure the lines are under the sphere because they need to fall under the shape not over it. So have the sphere be the highest layer and the lines be the layers under the sphere.
    17. Place a Gaussian Blur on all of the lines with a radius of 5.
    18. After your sun is created place it in the center of the background. You also could place it in the corner if you wanted.
    19. Put a gradient of different sky blues on the background. Complete this step however you would like.
    20. There is your creative, abstract, sun.

  726. henrywagner says:

    1. make a new document 5 by 5 resolution 150.

    2. color in the background bland and make a grey rectangle ⅓ of the page.

    3. create 3 circle 1 should be grey ,2 should white.

    4. then razterize everything.

    5.Then move the white circle behind each other and put the grey circle on top of them.

    6. merge the white circles together.

    7. make 3 new grey circle then paint them black.

    8.make the top one oppacity 15% then resize it very small.

    9. the next turn oppacity to 35% and resize just bigger than the small circle.

    10. The one after those two turn it’s oppacity to 55%

    11. give the small circle a gaussin blur of 10.

    12. Give the other a gaussin blur of 15.

    13. use the elliptical marque tool and make a dotted circle around the sphere. Hit select inverse then click delete.

  727. How to Make a Planet
    1. Create a new file at 5 by 5 at 150
    2. Choose any back round color you want except red, or white.
    3. Create three circles one red and the other two white. RASTERIZE!!!!!!
    4. Place the two white circles behind the red circle with it barely sticking out of the top like this

    5. Merge the two white circles and name it “white outline”
    6. The use the magic wand tool to select the red circle (make sure you have the layer selected) and then click the white out line layer and click delete. This will create you outline.
    7. The duplicate the red circle three times. Name one of them 1, the other one 2, and the last one 3
    8. Then for the layer 3 set the opacity to 75 and using the paint bucket tool fill it in black. Resize like this.

    9. The for two set the opacity to 50 and resize it like you did for layer 3 but make it bigger.
    10. For layer 1 set the opacity to 25 fill it in with black and resize it like the 2 layer but bigger. ( make sure you can still see the red circle)
    11. You should now have a circle like this
    now you want to click on the white outline layer. Hit ctrl+t and resize it just in side the circle like this (use arrow keys to move)

    12. Then you have to add a Gaussian blur of this

    White out line= 5
    Layer 3= 15
    Layer 2=10
    Layer 1=10
    13. Your circle know should look like this

    If there is and blur outside of the circle use the elliptical marquee tool

    14. Now that you have your circle merges all the layers together except the back round.
    15. Then you have to make another outline so get a green circle and make it bigger than the circle you have just created. (make sure that the green circle is behind the red circle. Don’t forget to rasterize)

    16. Use the magic wand tool and select the red circle (You have to press and hold down shift and keep clicking till you have the entire circle selected or else it won’t work)and then click on the green circles layer and press delete.
    17. This creates and out line. Know click on the green circle layer and press ctrl+t. Right click in the square that pops up and chose distort. The shape it like this

    18. The click enter and click ctrl+t again and rotate it like this

    19. The select it with the wand tool and erase the part that is on the circle using the erase tool. Once your done it should look like this

    20. Now you can fool around with the back round because you just created a planet.

  728. TO Create a Color Sphere.
    (REMEBER SAVE OFTEN!!) Ctrl +S.
    Step 1.Make a new file, 5 by 5, resolution 150. Name this file Color SPhere.
    Step 2.Use the paint bucket (G) and fill the backround any color of your choosing.
    Step 3.Use the shape tool (U) make a rectangle 1/3 down.(Remeber to Rasterize.)
    Step 4.Create three cirlces. One should be a different color of the other two. (Remeber to Rasterize)
    Step 5.In your layers postion the two circles that are the same color behind the solo color circle layer.
    Move one of the duo color cirlces slightly upand the other slightly down.( Arrow Keys) Merge the duo.
    (shift>select both layers>control E to merge.
    Step 6.Select the magic wand tool and click the solo circle.Make sure the dotted line is around the solo circle.Click the
    layer with your two circles
    and hit delete.(Hide the layer of the solo circle to see the outline)
    Step 7.Move the duo layer( layer with the two cicles merged.) Infront of the solo circle.
    Step 8.Duplicate the solo circle three times.( Name them 1,2,3.)
    Step 9.On layer “3” fill the cicle with black,and change the opacity to 75, and resize it to the bottom left coner of
    the solo circle. ( to resize a layer ctrl + t).Then do the same to “2”, but the opacity should be 50%
    and when you resize it a little buit more then “3”. Now do it again for layer “1” but opacity should
    be 25% and resize it more than layer “2”. Resize the layer with the 2 circles just enough to fit in the circle.
    Step 10. Now we apply a Gaussian Blur to every layer but the background and the rectangle.
    white outline-radius 5
    1&2- radius 10]
    3- a radius of 15.
    Merge all layers except the circle, rectangle and the background.Move the cicle layer down and postion on the rectangle.

  729. 1. Open up a new file, 5” X 5”, resolution 150. The name of this file should be snowman.
    2. Use the Paint Bucket Tool (G) and fill in the background with the color light blue.
    3. Use the shape tool (U), and create and white rectangle (make sure to rasterize!)
    4. Save your work.
    5. Create one new circle using the shape tool (U). It should be white.
    6. Okay, now you are going to duplicate the white circle layer three times, and re-name each layer “1”, “2”, and “3”.
    7. On layer “3” you will fill the circle in with the color gray. One you have done that, reset the Opacity on that layer to 75% and resize it to fit just in the bottom left hand corner. The circle will hang of a little. That is okay.
    8. Save your work.
    9. Fill in layer “2” with the same gray color as the “3” circle. Reset the Opacity to 50% and re-size it so it is just a little bit bigger that circle “3”
    10. Fill in layer “1” with the same gray color and reset the Opacity to 25% and re-size so that is just a little bit bigger that circle “2”
    11. Now apply a Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur to EVERY layer, except the white circle, the white rectangle and the light blue background layer. Here are the Gaussian Blur>radius settings for each layer:
    a. Circles “1” and “2” (Gaussian Blur>Radius: 10)
    b. “3” (Gaussian Blur>Radius: 15)
    *Once you have applied the appropriate blurs, move the White Outline layer down (in your layers, so that is sets just above the gray circle layer.)
    12. Save your work
    13. Now merge all layers except for the gray circle, Shape 1 (the white rectangle), and Background (the light blue background layer.) To merge, select “3”, hold the Shift button down and click on your “2”, “1” and white circle layers, let go and click Control E to merge. Rename the new layer “Circle.”
    14. Now move the Circle layer down so that is positioned on the snow or “Shape 1” layer.
    15. You may notice that some of the blurred circles come out of the circle shape, and into the outside space. Don’t worry. Simply select the Elliptical Marquee tool (M) and click and drag a circle shape (which will have dotted lines) over your sphere. Once you have created a circle over your sphere, go to the top of your screen and click on Select>Inverse and click Delete (on your keyboard. This action will get rid of any excess blurred images that may be outside of your sphere.
    16. Save your work
    17. Rename your sphere bottom.
    18. Now that you have done that, go to your layers and right click on your Sphere layer. Click “duplicate layer” and rename it middle. Duplicate your sphere named “middle” and rename it “top.”
    19. Now go to the Move Tool (V), select the layer you want to move and move click and drag on your spheres “middle” and “top” and place them so they are on top of each other so it looks like a snowman to you.
    20. Once you have done that, make the middle layer just a little bit smaller than your bottom sphere. Do the same thing with the top; the top should be the smallest layer.
    21. Now once it looks like the shape of a snowman follow steps 5-15 only make a red sphere. This will be one of his buttons.
    22. Follow steps 5-15 again and make your sphere green. This will also be a button.
    23. Duplicate your buttons until you have two green buttons. Do the same thing with the red only make three of them. Place them on your snowman so they look like buttons.
    24. Make two black circles and make them his eyes.
    25. Make as many dark brown circles as you want and shape them into being a mouth.
    26. Then make a nose by making an orange circle and warping it. To warp it, you select the layer and right click on it in your picture and click warp. Make it look like a carrot.
    27. Now make a brown line, a go to “Filter” then “Liquify” and make your line look like a stick or an arm for your snowman. Do the same thing on the other side.
    28. If you would like, you can add snowflakes by going to the brush tool and selecting your brush diameter and choose whatever you would like.
    29. And you have a snowman!

  730. Helen Kemper says:

    Here is a very helpful link for people who seriously do NOT understand how to use the pen tool (Like Me) It has a lot of description and guides you through every step:
    http://www.photoshopessentials.com/basics/pen-tool-selections/

  731. rileyhayes1 says:

    Hey! It’s RIley! :^)

  732. Hey it’s Wilson, I can’t wait to work more on photoshop!

  733. jacobtrester23 says:

    I can’t wait to start projects in Photoshop!!