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How to design a piano

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Every one likes music, I have made here a beautiful piano. If you want to design a your own piano, you can take help by my this example.

How to design a piano

Every one likes music, I have made here a beautiful piano. If you want to design a your own piano, you can take help by my this example.

Let's start.

New File: Open a new document and choose Rectangle tool (U key) set "5F5F5F" color. Now draw a rectangle shape as looking here.

Bevel and Emboss: Go to Layer Menu > Layer Style > Bevel and Emboss and use these settings as given below.

You will get it.

Another Rectangle Shape: Make duplicate layer and press Ctrl + T key to decrease size but color should be "White".

Draw Line: Take a new layer and choose Rectangle shape to draw as looking here.

Make duplicate layer until this picture as looking below.

Rectangle Shape: Choose "2392F0" color and rectangle tool to draw this shape.

Inner Shadow: Go to Layer Menu > Layer Style > Inner Shadow and use apply same settings.

Buttons: Choose "2392F0" color and rounded rectangle tool to draw this shape.

Bevel and Emboss: Go to Layer Menu > Layer Style > Bevel and Emboss and apply same as here.

Make duplicate layer of the button as here.

Ellipse Tool: Choose "5F0808" color and ellipse tool then draw a little circle like a buttons.

Bevel and Emboss: Go to Layer Menu > Layer Style > Bevel and Emboss and apply same settings.

Make duplicate layers and set them in sequence as given below.

Buttons: Choose Rounded rectangle tool (U key) and black color to draw a shape then use settings bevel and emboss as given below.

Make duplicate layer and set as given here.

Rounded Rectangle shape: Choose Rounded rectangle tool (U key) with white color and draw a shape like given below.

Inner Shadow: Go to Layer Menu > Layer Style > Inner Shadow and apply same settings.

This is your result.

Look here

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Posted on: July 20, 2011

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