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Glossy Button

Post by diamonds on Thu Apr 26, 2012 7:50 am

Glossy Button


You have probably already seen this tutorial somewhere before or know
how to make glossy button with Photoshop. Here is a tutorial to show
how to do it with Illustrator.



Download Source File
Required: Illustrator 9+
http://ndesign-studio.com/tutorials/glossy-button
1. Create the Circle Shapes


First create a circle path and fill it with orange color. Then Copy (Ctrl+C) it and Paste in Front (Ctrl+F). Scale down about 40% and drag it slight below the center point of the orange circle.



2. Blend Tool


Select the Blend Tool, click on the top edge of the
yellow circle and then click again on the top edge of the orange circle.
Or you can blend them by selecting both circles, go to Object > Blend > Make (Ctrl+Alt+B).



3. Add Final Light Reflection


Make an oval path and fill it with black & white Gradient
and place it on top of the circles. Note if your color setting
is CMYK, make sure the black for the gradient is full black(C=100,
M=100, Y=100, K=100). With the oval path selected, go to Transparency pallate, select Screen Blend Mode. If your Transparency is not showing, go to Window > Transparency or press Ctrl+Shift+F10.



Advantages


There are serveral advantages to create this glossy button with Illustrator than Photoshop:


  1. It is vector, which mean it is scalable.
  2. It is easier and faster to make this with Illustrator (less steps).
  3. Easier to change colors, just need to fill the circles with different colors.






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