Step by Step Photoshop Tutorials for Beginners |Part 5

Step by Step Photoshop Tutorials for Beginners |Part 5

Step by Step Photoshop Tutorials for Beginners: In this Step by Step Photoshop Tutorials for Beginners part 5, we will discuss it through the practical base. We have two examples to practice here. With the help of these two examples tutorial, you can develop your basic knowledge about logo design in photoshop. There are lots of separate logo design software in the market, but with the help of this tutorial you have a little bit of knowledge about the logo design concept, types of logo design tools, using those tools, etc. If you want to design your logo online there are lots of online logo design websites also.


  1. Making of a room
  2. Logo of Yahoo!

Paint Tool:

     This Brush and Pencil tool is use to paint the different types of sketch using many preset style in the required image or page like flowers, leafs, grass and straight lines.


You can Sets the rate at which color is applied as you move the pointer over an area. As you paint over an area, keeping the mouse button down, the amount of color will build up based on the flow rate, up to the opacity setting. For example, if you set the opacity to 33% and the flow to 33%, each time you move over an area, its color moves 33% towards the brush color. The total flow will not exceed 33% opacity unless you release the mouse button and stroke over the area again.

Press a number key to set a tool’s opacity in multiples of 10% (pressing 1 sets it to 10%; pressing 0 sets it to 100%). Use Shift and number key to set Flow.


Simulates painting with an airbrush. As you move your mouse pointer over an area, paint builds up as you hold down the mouse button. The Brush hardness, opacity, and flow options control how fast and how much the paint is applied. Click the button to turn this option on or off.

Auto erase

(Pencil tool only) it paints the background color over areas containing the foreground color. You have to select the foreground color to erase and the background color you want to change to.

The Color Replacement Tool:

This tool simplifies replacing specific colors to fill in your image. You can paint over with a targeted color with corrective color. The Color Replacement tool doesn’t support images in Bitmap, Indexed, or Multichannel color modes.

  1. Select the Color Replacement tool.
  2. In the options bar choose a brush tip. To set the color, You should keep the blending mode.
  3. Choose one of the following for the Sampling option,:


          Samples colors continuously as you drag.


          Replaces the targeted color fill only in areas containing the color that you first click

     Background Swatch

          It replaces only areas containing the current background color.

  • For the Limits option, select one of the following:


          It replaces the sampled color wherever it occurs under the pointer.


          Replaces the colors that are contiguous with the color immediately under the pointer tools

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Find Edges

          Replaces interconnected areas containing the sampled color while better preserving the sharpness of shape edges.

  • Enter a percentage value (ranging from 0 to 255)     or drag the slider for tolerance.
    Select a low percentage to replace colors similar to the pixel you click or increase the percentage to replace a broader area range of colors.
  • For the smooth edge in the corrected areas, select Anti-aliased.
  • Choose a foreground color to replace the unwanted color.
  • Click the color you want to replace in the image.
  • Drag inside the image area to replace the targeted color.
# to choose different shapes others than straight lines
  1. Click on dropdown of brush in property bar.
  2. Drag the slider and choose required shapes.


     Brush Point: 
             Increase =”}” key
             Decrease =” {“key

Also check out: Step by Step Photoshop Tutorial for Beginners To Pro | Part-4

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