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RASTER IMAGE: Page Curl - Corner Peel with Clipping Paths - Stock Image

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Description

This file contains two clipping paths, one for the top page, and one for the peel's underside. Because of the symmetrical shading, this could be rotated for any corner.

Instructions: Open in Photoshop and add three layers: one for the top 'page', one for peeled underside, and the third (underneath these two) for the 'page' being revealed. Use the clipping paths (Path palette) to make layer masks for the top page and its underside (peel). Leave the third layer alone. Now double-click the bottom layer (which is our shadow file) to make it into a layer, and move it to the top. Set its layer mode to "multiply" to make it into a transparent overlay and apply the shadows.

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PLEASE NOTE: Jpegs are not transparent files, like a gif. If you make it into a Layer -> Multiply Mode in Photoshop, it will be transparent.

More of my paper shading effects: Paper Effects

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