You can create a lovely cheese font by just a few simple steps. Would you like to have a try have to quickly try at once?
Step 2. Use the Rounded Rectangle Tool to draw a plate, and select the Gradient Overlay as its layer style, with Color #d5d5cb and #f5f3ec
Copy/Paste it into a new layer, Fill to 0%, and select the Inner shadow (#b7b0a8) and Drop Shadow as the style of first layer.
Select the Drop Shadow as the style of the second layer, and make the shadow a little heavier.
Add some shadow at the bottom the shadow.
Step 3. Add the concave of food to the plate.
Draw a rounded rectangle, Fill to 0%. Copy/Paste it into a new layer, select the Inner Shadow (the concave) and the Drop Shadow (transition edge, Color #e3dfd2) as the style of the first layer, and then erase its lower part with a Mask.
Add the Color #e3dfd2 tothe second layer, and then erase its upper part with a Mask.
Adjust and then Copy/Paste it into the other three, and line them up.
Step 5. Add Layer Styles to the two layers, respectively.
Add the yellowish Inner Shadow (1px Highlight) / Gradient Overlay(#e8c55b to #fce06e) / Drop Shadow to the first layer.
Add the deep yellow Gradient Overlay (#d1a84f to #e0b95a)/ Drop Shadow to the second layer.
Step 7. According to this idea, draw a layer of holes on the flat section of the cheese, and then draw a layer of holes on its side, and put these holes naturally, randomly.
Add the Layer Styles, Inner Shadow and Drop Shadow to these holes.
The light-colored holes/The dark holes
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