Hi there geeky mates! So I was guiding my way through the famous Adobe Photoshop application when I had to make a perfect circle for a logo. If you're first time photoshop user and is not that much fond of exploring, then you've come to the right place! Today, I'll guide you on how to create a Perfect Circle.
So technically there are three (3) available steps that I found. But we'll only be discussing one of them since the other two is dependent on the size you give. So to start.
First one is to create it using the "Circle (draw diameter or radius)".
- Open a New or Existing Photoshop File
- Click on the Ellipse Tool
- Click the Dropdown beside the Custom Shape Tool
- Choose "Circle (draw diameter or radius)"
After selecting the said tool, all ellipse that you'll be doing will come out as a perfect circle. To take a glimpse of the area we're talking about, please see the image below.
Just for additional information, the other two that I was talking about are the "Fixed Size" and the "Proportional" option on that list. To attain a perfect circle using that option, you should obviously set the text boxes with your desired height and width.