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Bunny Glazed Cookie in Photoshop

Posted on 7th April 2018
For this tutorial, you will need an image to use as “Background”, one of cookies or a cookie texture pattern and a vector shape of a bunny head for the cookie.

1 - In Photoshop, open the image you chose as “Background”.



2 - Open the “Vector” you chose for your cookie shape. In our case it was an Illustrator file, so we selected it and then “Copy” (Command/Control + C) it and went back to Photoshop and “Paste” (Command/Control + V) it as a “Smart Object”.





3 - Double-click on its thumbnail and change the “Fill” color to something more similar to a cookie. We used #c7a750. Right-click on its thumbnail and choose “Convert to Smart Object”.





4 - Go to Filter > Liquify, use the following settings to make the edges a bit uneven. Once you are done, click “OK”.





5 - Double-click on your layer thumbnail and apply the following “Layer Styles”:

Bevel & Emboss: (“Highlight” color #a37851 and “Shadow Mode” color #c59c62)



Contour: (Half Round)



Drop Shadow: (color #76422b)



Click on the “Plus” button to the right of the “Drop Shadow Layer Style” to add another instance and use these values:

Drop Shadow: (color #784d3a)



6 - Open the image or texture of cookies you want to use, select a big portion, “Copy” it (Command/Control + C) and “Paste” it (Command/Control + V) into your document. Use “Free Transform” (Command/Control + T) to resize it to cover your “Bunny” Shape if needed.





7 - Right-click on top of the texture thumbnail and choose “Create Clipping Mask”, then lower the “Opacity” to 50%.





8 - Click on your “Cookie” Layer thumb while holding the Command/Control key to make a selection, then click on the small button at the bottom of the “Layers” Panel to create a “New Layer” on top of everything. Go to Select > Modify > Contact and use a value of 40 Pixels. Click “OK”. Fill your selection with White and deselect.













9 - Duplicate your “Frosting” Layer (Command/Control + J). Double-click on your first “Frosting” Layer and apply the following “Layer Styles”:

Bevel & Emboss: (“Highlight” color #a37851 and “Shadow Mode” color #c59c62)



Contour: (Half Round)



Texture: (Clouds)



Inner Shadow: (#cdc9b8)



Color Overlay: (#dfded5)



Drop Shadow: (#2c1c0b)



10 - Double-click on your “Frosting copy” Layer and apply the following “Layer Styles”:

Blending Options:



Bevel & Emboss: (“Highlight” color #ffffff and “Shadow Mode” color #b79e7f)



Contour: (Cone Inverted)



Texture: (Satin)



11 - Create another “Layer” on top, name it “Pink” and apply the following “Layer Styles”:



Bevel & Emboss: (“Highlight” color #a37851 and “Shadow Mode” color #c59c62, Gloss Contour: Ring)



Contour: (Half Round)



Texture: (Clouds)



Inner Shadow: (#f88a9c)



Color Overlay: (#f7afbb)



Drop Shadow: (#3b040d)



12 - Select the “Brush Tool” (B) and using a 50 Pixels, 100 % “Hardness” brush, paint the nose and ears of your “Bunny”.





13 - Create “New Layer” by clicking on the button at the bottom of the “Layers” Panel, name it “Black”. Right-click on top of your “Pink” Layer thumbnail and “Copy Layer Style”, then right-click on the “Black” Layer and “Paste Layer Style”. Double-click on it again and adjust some of the “Layer Style” values:







Bevel & Emboss: (“Highlight” color #a37851 and “Shadow Mode” color #c59c62, Gloss Contour: Ring)



Contour: (Half Round)



Texture: (Clouds)



Inner Shadow: (#000000)



Color Overlay: (#312e2e)



Drop Shadow: (#000000)



Then paint eyes and mouth to your “Bunny”.

14 - Select all the layers that are part of the cookie, right-click on their thumbnails and choose “Convert to Smart Object”. Now, you can duplicate it to create more cookies and play around with the position, size, etc.



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