Turn any photo into a dot grid artwork with these Photoshop actions. You'll get great results with dots that change size. They get larger in brighter areas and smaller in darker areas. Free download available.
Change the stroke type to dashed lines from the option bar.
Add white colored title text "DAILY DEALS" using Type tool. Select appropriate font that match with the food theme, in this example i use "DK Lemon Yellow". Feel free to experiment with your own font collection.
Add subtle Drop Shadow layer style for the title text. Set Drop Shadow Opacity around 10%, Angle: 90, Distance: 2 px and Size: 0 px.
Add promotional texts "Save up to 30% OFF" in three separate text layers. Play around with text size and position to get a nice composition.
Add Drop Shadow layer style for each text layers.
Draw a yellow rectangle shape, next to promotional texts. We will make a nice call-to-action button with this rectangle.
In Photoshop CC 2015, we can easily convert a regular rectangle into rounded rectangle. Go to View> Properties menu. Within the Properties panel, click the chain button then set corner value to 10 px. This way we can easily change corner radius value anytime in the future, without having to redraw the rectangle.
Once you've done appying rounded corner effect, add subtle Gradient Overlay and Drop Shadow layer style for the rectangle. You can see the settings I used in the image below.
Use Type tool to add "SEE DEALS" text. Set the color to orange.
Add Inner Shadow and Drop Shadow layer style for this text layer. You can see the settings I used in the image below.
Next, we need to create the restaurant logo from scratch. Create a new document, set the size to 400 x 300 pixels wide.
Using Pen tool, draw basic "meat" shape. Set the fill color to red, and stroke to none.
Draw smaller "meat" shape inside the previous one. Set the fill color to white.
Draw the third "meat" shape, set the fill color back to red.
Still using Pen tool, draw the last "meat". See image below for your reference.
Select background layer then press DEL to remove it, now the background is transparent. Save this illustration as .psd file. Name it "steak logo" or something like that.
Go back to our artboard document. Insert steak logo.psd file from the File> Place Embedded menu. Downscale the steak logo to fit the artboard height. Don't forget to drag steak logo layer inside our artboard group.