There are about a dozen ways to use this technique, which lets you take a beveled object and cut away parts of it to reveal a different beveled object inside of it (it's actually just the same object, scaled down a bit, with a different colored bevel). The example you'll create here might be used on a Web site or in video production, but I think once you try it yourself, you'll find ten more ways to incorporate this cool technique.
Quick Tip: Changing the mode of line art
If you open a line art scan (in Bitmap mode) in Photoshop, you'll have to convert it to a color mode before you can add color (that makes sense, right?). But Photoshop doesn't let you convert from Bitmap mode straight to RGB; you have to make ...