So, as long as I am sober and have free time, I will describe how to draw a photo of the back of a credit card. For those who have not read my previous article, I advise to read it, because I will not explain some moments:
We’ve already taken a picture of the ss ass. https://i.playground.ru/i/06/00/89/00/pix/image.jpg
Open it in Photoshop. We also need to know how the back of the card looks like, BOA in our case. Generally, the back design is not very important (as well as the card design in general), due to the fact that all banks issue many kinds/types of cards, including gift/discount cards, etc. But the basic features of the back part should be present. If you want to do a 1in1 design, google it and hand render it (painfully so). I do a little differently, googling, if I find the back of the card, see the basic concept of design and make similar.
In principle, the design backs are very similar, so here I will lay out a link to dropbox with PSD template BOA (somewhere found on the expanses of the publika) In the future, you can edit it under your bank. This will be our template, so to speak.
PSD template BOA https://www.dropbox.com/s/rjhqwr52550Back.rar?dl=0
It looks like this:
Just like in the first previous article, cut out and transfer to our photo the back of the card. The same way we rotate and overlay the top 1v1.
The edges/contours of the map can be blurred a bit with the Blur tool (drop tool on the panel) Blur the map a bit.
In principle, there is no difference from the previous article. Except for the embossing.
Select our lowest layer, the original photo. Using the Polygonal Losso Tool, select the magnetic stripe. Press CTRL C, CTRL V and a new layer appears on the right side of the layers panel. CTRL T to deform the magnetic strip, stretch it flat. (just like we did with the MasterCard logo) After the outline/edges of this magnetic line must be blurred, otherwise it looks too pale.
Next, if you want you can repeat the same procedure with the strip for the signature of the card holder, although it is in the BOA card template, but I still prefer to cut it out of the original photo. It looks more realistic that way. And the eye of the beholder is deceived.
The card is almost done, there’s an emboss left. From the last article, if you saved the template, you should have the text of the embossing from the front card, which we made and packed into a folder in the Layers panel. That’s what we’re gonna need. Open, the last template, poke once in this folder. Select the Move tool (or press the M key) and move our text to the tab with the back of the map.
Create a new layer (at the bottom of the Layers Panel click the icon next to the trashcan) https://i.playground.ru/i/11/08/00/10/pix/image.jpg
Hold Shift and select our new layer and the folder with the text, right click and merge layers(Merge Layers) Then CTRL T, right click the text and flip it horizontally(Flip Horizontal) and move it, rotate it to where it should be on the map.
Reduce the layer fill to almost zero, I reduced it to 19. See the screenshots.
Right-click on the layer with the text Blending options and apply the pressed embossed effects. Again, it’s up to taste.
As you can see we have an emboss on the owner’s signature strip, as usual the strip is glued on top. Therefore we will carefully delete all unnecessary text with an eyeliner. https://i.playground.ru/i/41/08/00/10/pix/image.jpg
like this. https://i.playground.ru/i/51/08/00/10/pix/image.jpg
The last 4 digits of the card should also be added to the owner’s signature strip. For this purpose, select the Text tool (the T-bar ) and write it in the place where it is usually located. Digits in any font, arial or whatever. You can add some noise: Filter Noise Add Noise , and then blur if you want.
That’s it, now I’m going to add my signature I’m going to add mine, which I do in real life.
This is what we got: