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Filter Buttons (Web Buttons)
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    Filter Buttons (Web Buttons)

    Filter Buttons
    Software : Photoshop 6.0
    Level : Beginner

    1. Create New file. Draw the rectangle. Create new layer and keep the new layer selected. Fill the rectangle with dark color.

    2. Layer > Layer Style > Bevel & Emboss.
    Keep the selection intact.

    3. Select > Modify > Contract (by 7 pixels)

    4. Click Gradient tool. Select lighter color as background. Linear gradient should be on. Drag the tool over the rectangle from left to right.

    5. Select > Modify > Contract (by 1 pixels)

    6. Drag the tool over the rectangle from right to left.

    7. Select > Modify > Contract (by 1 pixels)

    8. Fill the dark color in the image by pressing Alt+Delete

    Filter > Noise > Add Noise (Monochromatic, Uniform)

    10. Image > Trim

    Filter > Artistic > Colored Pencil

    12. Filter > Blur > Motion Blur
    (Angle 0, distance 9)

    13. Filter > Brush Strokes> Angled Strokes

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