Andy 0

Hi Guys,

Relatively new this designing and found this cool effect and wondering how it is done ?

I tried to simply use "linear" gradient but I just can't seem to capture the edge as it is done in the image ?

Does anyone know how to do this or can provide me with a sample *.png ?

Much appreciated :)

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are you talking about the drop shadow? or the gradient inside the paper?

Answered almost 7 years ago by kwek-kwek
Andy 0
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Hey kwek-kwek, thanks for the response.

Just generally how the whole thing is put together ?

Adding a linear shadow to a "box" doesn't work because the "edges" appear on the top and bottom when fading "white" with "#F6F6F6" - so really not sure how this was done ?

Answered almost 7 years ago by Andy
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of course there will be a million ways to do 1 thing but here is how i would do it (thinking that you are using photoshop)

  1. Create a layer with the linear gradient
  2. Create another layer on top of the gradiesn and fill it with white
  3. Give the 2nd layer a drop shadow effect. (unckecked the "Use Global Lights", Distance = 0, Spread = 2, Size = 8)
  4. right click on the effects layer and "Create Layer" that shoul separate your layer to your effect layer.
  5. Now the final step would be transform(WARP) your drop shadow layer and just play around with the top and the bottom points.

The last step is to create a fading effect.

Answered almost 7 years ago by kwek-kwek
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I would create a right-left grey to white gradient layer. On top I would create a new layer with a white fill and apply a drop shadow to this layer. A third layer overlaping the previous two would have 2 gradients from white to transparent (top to bottom and bottom to topalt text) http://www.adelacrative.com/gradient.psd

Answered almost 7 years ago by adelacreative