Sometimes you just gotta do stuff yourself. ;)
In the PSD files, you'll find a Smart Object for 5c colors and Layer Comps for 5s colors.
There's also a Smart Object for the screen, with an iOS 7 status bar (in case you need it) and a shiny gloss layer ( should you desire that effect).
Now, I didn't name all my layers (though I name all my layer groups), but what can you expect in a freebie? :P
3 months ago
Good to have a front view version of this, thanks!
@Louie Mantia It would be nice to have some 'Actions' for it for the lazy ones :)
Thanks man, much appreciated.
@Artur Grigor What kind of Actions do you need?
@Louie Mantia "Assemble": 5s Gold, 5s Black, 5s White, etc. There are too many layers and you might omit toggling the visibility for some of them.
@Artur Grigor That's why I made it easy to change color and the screen separately, so the rest of the file doesn't need to be touched. If you're worried about clumsiness while editing the screen portion, just flatten the rest.
May I use this commercially without attribution?
@Nathan Can PH have Flinto free-for-life? ;) (yes, of course you can use it!)
@Artur Grigor @Louie Mantia You can take the colors out of the Smart Object and set up layer comps for that. Pretty easy job. Louie’s already nice to provide these to us ;)
@Ramy Majouji I thought about doing the colors for the 5c as a layer comp instead, but the colors are used for the buttons, switch, and frame, which was more efficient as a Smart Object. But yeah.
This is perfect! Thank you so much.
Top stuff PH
Awesome! You're the best, Louie.
thanks,love it :)
I really like the smart object thing for the colors, man. Really.
Question, though! Did you sample those colors from the Apple photography? What do you think about those hex codes in the Mavericks ICNS files?
Great work Thank you for sharing!
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks a lot! Very handy PSD.
about 1 month ago
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