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Author Name: Jahangir agha

Post Category: Tips for Graphic Designers

May be you find this kind of tutorial on other sites but I have written it myself for the first time

This is what we are going to design:

[B]Step 1:[/B]
Create a new document of any size and draw a circle in there.

Step 2: Ctrl + Click the layer to make the selection and choose the Polygonal Lasso Tool and also choose the “Substract From Selection” Tool from the top menu

Step 3:
Now cut the selection as shown in the image below

Now right click and select “Layer Via Cut”. It will cut the selection from the rest of the circle.

Step 4:
Now select the layer of the top part of circle and press Ctrl T and right click > Flip Horizontal … again Right click > Flip Vertical. It will give you an image something like this.

Put the TOP part’s layer above of the bottom’s part of the circle.

Step 5:
Go to Layer > Layer Style > Gradient Overlay and choose the gradient of these colors

Use Drop Shadow with following settings

After doing the above settings, your image should look like this

Step 6:
Now adjust the top part and fit it correctly. and your folding circle is ready

Here is my image

Please do try this tutorial and let me know your result.

Original Author: www.webmastersgossip.com/blogs/jani

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  1. adis On July 1st, 2009 at 5:15 am
    1

    Wow… nice trick…

  1. lecritducube On July 1st, 2009 at 11:35 am
    2

    Great job, thanks !
    Nevertheless, I might use an older version of Illustrator (CS1) and I can’t find the Polygonal Lasso Tool… Do you have any other way to do so ?

  1. Jani On July 2nd, 2009 at 2:48 am
    3

    ^ You should see the Polygonal Lasso Tool, it is present on every version of Photoshop I think.

    Just press (L) to select the Polygonal Lasso Tool.

  1. Roberto On October 4th, 2009 at 5:19 am
    4

    cool blog

  1. Girakath On October 10th, 2009 at 12:53 pm
    5

    Great work,webmaster,nice design!,

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