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    Can anybody knows how to do this

    Hi, can i ask some help can you help me please how to do this in photoshop.
    like this image

    http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/atta...9&d=1342795386

    Thank you in advance.

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    Okay i got it now...

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    How did you go about it? I know a "low tech" way to do it, but I'm sure there are more sophisticated ways. (For example, I would make the arrow by creating a rectangle selection, applying a gradient to it, rasterizing it and then making a selection with the polygonal lasso and deleting the two corners to make the arrow head.)
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    Looks simple in here.. I think I can do that in Microsoft Paint!

    Since you already know how to do it, I guess you can post short tutorial on this thread for the others that are interested.

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    Hi ralph, yes that's what i do but i used the paint tool not the polygonal lasso...

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    It's actually pretty simple! I'd use the polygonal lasso tool or the magnetic lasso tool to create that menu background.

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    You could have also used the pen tool to draw the shape and then fill in the gradients either by applying a gradient directly or by applying it in the blending modes.


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