When I say Easy – I really mean it – easy easy easy easy! 😀 Buttons are cool and can be very effectively used on websites. So lets begin.
New 1024×768 72ppi document – the normal stuff – set forground colour to blue (#00bff3) Grab the elipse tool and while holding Shift draw out a perfect circle
Select the burn tool, setting range to midtones and exposure to 10%. Go over the bottom half of the picture. Then use dodge with the same settings to do the top half of the circle eg…
Finally burn the centre a bit in a circle motion.
select White (#ffffff) as your foreground colour and draw another circle over the top left hand side of the circle. press Control and G to clip this layer to the blue circle layer.
On the white circle layer, click the add layer mask button – within the layer palette. Now use a black to white linear gradient on the layer mask to remove some of the white.
Select the Text Tool and choose an interesting font, set the colour to black and type something eg home.
Lower the fill opacity to 70% and change the blending mode to overlay.
Finally lower the fill opacity of the circle to 70%
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