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Learn how to make a honeycomb with delicious golden honey drips in Photoshop and Illustrator.
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Create a Honeycomb Artwork Photoshop Tutorial
- Boris Black Bloxx - DaFont
Create a New Document. 400px x 421px
Step 2 Honeycomb
First we will create the honeycomb, create a new layer and name it 'honeycomb'. First grab your 'custom shape tool' (U) and find the hexagon shape, place it on your canvas. Make sure the color of the shape is #ffcb05.
Step 3 Layer Styles
Add these layer styles by double clicking your 'honeycomb' layer.
Step 4 Highlights
Now we will make the honeycomb shine and glisten. Create a new layer name it 'highlight'. Get your Paint Brush Tool (74 px soft round brush #FFFFFF) and place the brush in the center of the honeycomb.
Change this layer to Overlay
Create a New layer and name it 'highlight 2'. Then grab a 7px soft round brush #FFFFFF and make a marking like so.
Grab your Smudge tool (22px soft round brush) and smooth out the highlight on both sides. The way I did it was that I started in the middle of the line and went outwards.
Change this layers Opacity to 57%
Also in this tutorial I have where there seems to be that the honeycomb is empty. To achieve this effect repeat steps 2&3 but add the layer style Satin.
Next, create a new layer and grab your paint brush tool (61px #000000) place it in the middle of the honeycomb.
Change this layer to Color Burn with an Opacity of 71%
Now repeat steps 6-8 to add the shine effect. Note: Change this layer Opacity to 39%
So now we have both of our honeycombs. I hope your image looks like mines.
Now prior to creating a new document place the honeycombs into their own groups (Click the Folder Icon>drag all layers pertaining to that item in the folder). Now create a new Document.
Step 15 Background
Fill your background layer with #673606
Create a New layer and make sure that your Foreground is set to #673606 and your Background is set to #FFFFFF. Next Filter>Render>Clouds
Step 17 Ripple
Then go to Filter>Distort>ZigZag and add these settings.
Change this layer to Divide
Blur this layer by Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur.
Create a New Layer. Grab a 750px soft round brush #fadc0f and place it in the middle of your canvas