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profileNow your work is done. Thank you for following this tutorial! I hope you’ve enjoyed it and can apply these techniques in your future projects. Fell free to try a different set of colors for your button. I would like to see your take on it. If you enjoy working with vectors you can always go a step forward and try Illustrator. At VforVectors.com, my own website dedicated to Ai, you can find over two hundred detailed tutorials. If you prefer to stick with Ps, here and here you can find more tutorial that focus on Ps’s vector tools and techniques.

All the best, Andrei Marius

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Chad G.

This was a tougher one to follow. However, the end result is perfect! Thanks!

Maidul Islam

Have nice work …………..go on.

BP

Really great tutorial!
Easy to follow and easy to understand!
Thank you!
Bafta!

geetha

it’s useful.. but not clear expansion here

Fred the Freddler

Rubbish tutorial. I don’t know at which level this tutorial is aimed at, but the author is assuming that anyone having a go at this tutorial knows exactly where all the tools, and facilities, in photoshop are. In short very hard to follow, not very good in fact

Plus5Defense

I agree, im struggling to understand how they got the second vector shape (subtraction) perfectly centered inside the other vector shape. This is step 1 and 2!
Needs a better breakdown.

NazerBE

Thanks! I might try

Andre

No layer styles for this???

Stark

Where are Layer Styles settings?

suck

this sux

Sling

Thank you very much.

camacho

Thx!!!

Alex

Thank’s a lot for this tutorial. It’s very very useful :)

Photoshop Tutorials Editor

Thank you dear for this wonderful article. I use Pixelmator but this is turning me gung ho for Photoshop.

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