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Create a Cute Television Icon From Scratch

Comments (23)
  1. Mohammed Uchiha says:

    Thank you very much

  2. Anonymous says:

    It’s good but the tutorial could use some work. Such as size of objects and the placement of the gradient sliders.

  3. ravi says:

    i want try it..can please more simplify it..?

    1. The Untraceable Trollol says:

      no he can’t. this is way too easy. too simple to understand. don’t know how fools like you cant do it… gawsh

  4. Michael Michaelerman says:

    I’ve been working on this forever. And I still have nothing resembling a donut… Oh wait… Wrong tutorial… My bad… Or is it?

  5. Joe Joerman says:

    My brother took this tutorial. Incredibly difficult. Maybe some more clarification… Or fix your grammar…

  6. Elena says:

    This was fantastic! Thank you so much for taking time to write all this. I can’t even begin to think how much time it took you. I followed the tutorial until the end and got a great result. I had some challenges with screen where there was this annoying light circle in the middle. I couldn’t figure out why it happened but eventually fixed it with the white dot that came over it. Because of this my screen came out slightly different but still looking great. I uploaded the result to my blog and gave link back to this page. I don’t know if it’s okay to leave my link here but I will try:

  7. Fred Fredderman says:

    my friend says to challenge myself. but what does he know, right? this is pretty challenging… mehbe… didn’t do it… ill do it now…

  8. Freeman, Lagos says:

    Lovely tutorial. I followed and finished it. Nicee

  9. anonymous says:

    Photoshop is for photos. Illustrator is for illustrations\vectors.

    1. anonymous says:

      Who are you the creator of Photoshop and leader of what Photoshop is for? no.

    2. Anonymous says:

      I personal prefer photoshop’s control for gradients and other digital effects. Especially for modern graphics. Or maybe I’m just more used to photoshop’s functions.

    3. Anonymous says:

      lol you, mister photoshop is for photos… some people like this kind of thing

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