Create a Packet of Potato Chips in Photoshop

Learn how to create  a mouth watering Packet of Potato Chips in Photoshop!

Final Result

19. Now holding down ctrl+shift select all the layer thumbnails on the layers I have below to highlight the whole packet. Now go to the highlight & shadow layers and cut/paste the back on to the canvas none of the shades/highlights go out of the packet. 20. Create 2 circles 1 big, 1 small using the colours below. Using the font JohnHancokCP, write out 99% & using the font Ballpark write out fat free. 21. Put the chip packet into a folder, & duplicate it 2 times. Remove the original folder from view (be clicking on the eye). Right click the other 2 folders & Convert to Smart Object. 22. Go into Blending Options on both of the layer & an Outer Glow with the settings below. Next press ctrl+t & rotate each layer. To make the back packet smaller, press ctrl+t, hold down the shift key, click on one of the corners and pull down. 23. Next duplicate the 2 packets, hold down shift and highlight the 2 layer, right click, convert to Smart Object, then right-click & Rasterize Layer. Press ctrl+t and flip the packets upside side, make them look slightly squashed. Then more them underneath the packets for a reflection. 24. Set the opacity to 47%, get a soft edged eraser tool and erase the bottom of the reflection slightly.

Final Result

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