How to create a custom logo using Illustrator and Photoshop
In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at creating a custom icon for a project with Illustrator, Photoshop, and a custom-designed template.
Let’s start with the basic elements of our logo.
First, we’re going to need a basic template for our icon, which you can use to create any kind of icon that you like.
To create this, simply click the File > Import button, and select an existing template from the menu.
In the following window, we can also select the size and style of the icon we want to use, and click Next.
After we select a template, we will get a dialog box asking us if we want the icon to be scaled to the full size.
Click Next to do that.
In this dialog box, we get a list of icons that are available to us.
To select an icon that we can use in our project, click Next, and we’ll be given the option to choose from one of them.
If we choose the option “Create a custom” in this dialog, we are given the ability to save the icon in an image file, or we can choose to create an image.
If you select the option for “Save the icon as image”, you will be asked to choose between a .png or .jpg file.
We’ll now be asked for the name of our icon.
To give it a name, click Add Name.
To save it as an image, click Save As.
In our example, we’ve created a new file called My_Icon.png, and saved it as My_MyIcon.jpg.
The next step is to make our icon the default icon for our project.
Click File > Open to open the file you created earlier.
We’re going have to create two folders in this folder called My and My_Project.
Open the My folder, and then select the My_Logo folder.
Now that we’ve made our icon our default icon, let’s begin by creating a folder named My_App.
We can do this by clicking the File menu, and selecting New Folder.
We will now be given an option to name the folder My_Application.
Open this folder, choosing the new name My_Main.
Click OK to create the new folder.
To open the MyApplication folder, choose File > New > Folder.
Here, we create a new folder named my_app, and name it My_User.
We are now ready to create our icon that will be the default for our app.
To do this, we need to create three folders.
First of all, we should create the folder called my_icon, and choose the new icon My_Custom.
Next, we must create a folder called the icon.
Next we should name it the “Default” icon.
Finally, we name it “My_App”.
We can name these three folders My_AP, My_Program, and My.
To make this the default, we simply have to choose them as the icons we want our app to have.
Now, open the app folder, as shown in the screenshot below.
If everything goes as expected, we now have a default icon named MyApp.
Next up, we have to make sure that the icon is the default when it comes to displaying in our app’s splash screen.
In order to do this for our application, we just need to drag our icon into the app’s tray.
Next on, we want an icon to change from default to default.
In that same window, drag and drop our icon to the tray, and you’ll see that it changes from My to My_Default.
Now we want a custom image that will show up when our icon is displayed in our splash screen, so we can make that our default image.
We have a folder, called MyApp, and I want to name it something like My_File.
We want to make it look like a file.
Right click the icon, and chose New > Image.
Next click the Image menu, selecting My_Name.
Now you can drag the image from the MyApp folder to the MyAP folder.
In my case, I used My_Folder, and drag my icon to MyAP.
Next I want a button in the menu bar to appear, and it will appear in the tray when the icon changes.
To get this to appear on the app tray, right click the tray icon, choose New > Button, and in the button menu choose Custom.
Click Create button.
In here, you can select the color of the button, as well as how many icons it will show.
Next go to the file manager, and locate My_Base.png.
Here we need two folders, MyBase and MyAppBase.
To name these folders, click the New Folder button.
Name these folders MyBase, and You’ll be presented with the folder structure that you created above.
If all went well, we could now click OK to close the window,