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Creative Truths Nice series called Creative Truths by Shirley-Ann Dick. 28th of September 2010
Water is beautiful, but creating its effect digitally from scratch can be dreadful, due to the complexity you have to deal with. However, there are always time when you, as a professional, have to create the water effect, be it for personal use or commercial project. (Image Source: Morteque) Well, the good news is that there are always hope for you, and the hope is always come from the Internet.
ArtistsWhoTHRIVE "Pacific Ocean Deep", Ann Rea, oil on canvas Most artists are trained in art school to swim with the sharks in an ocean of blood unconsciously competing for the scarce kill. But only a few will ever feed. The alternative is to swim in a blue ocean far away from the kill zone, making the competition irrelevant. How? By creating a Blue Ocean Strategy .
NOTE: If the following tutorial feels overwhelming, or you’re just not interested in learning the software and would rather pay a professional, there ARE other options. Head over to ColorAPhoto.com to find out more. For everybody else, here’s how to color your photographs yourself: One of Adobe Photoshop’s best features is the ability it gives you to colorize black and white photographs. With Photoshop you can add color to the entire photo, or just “paint” one part of the image to create a focal point—it’s up to you. How To Add Color To Black and White Photos in Photoshop
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Photoshop cast shadow tutorial in Photoshop Open your image and remove it from the background. Duplicate the layer by dragging tot the new layer icon in the layers palette. Make sure the foreground color is set to black Now fill the new layer by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Delete Mac:Cmd+Shift+Del (The shift key will make it only fill where there are pixels aka preserve transparancy)
Create Perspective Using Simple 2D Art with Illustrator CS4 | Layers Magazine Like most things in design, you can make quite an impact by modifying how people perceive things. In this tutorial, we’re going to create a 3D effect using simple 2D art, demonstrating how effective a little perspective can be. 1 [CREATE NEW RGB DOCUMENT] Choose File>New, select Basic RGB from the New Document Profile pop-up menu, and click OK. Open the Symbols panel (Window>Symbols), then click the flyout menu and choose Open Symbol Library>Grime Vector Pack. 2 [DRAG SYMBOL ONTO ARTBOARD] Next, click-and-drag Grime Vector Pack 09 from the Grime Vector Pack panel onto the artboard.
Design a Coffee Shop Menu Layout from Scratch with Photoshop and InDesign – Part 2 This is the second part of this tutorial series about creating a ready to print booklet menu for an imaginary coffee shop named "Violet Coffee." In this final part of the two part series, you’ll learn to create a ready to print booklet on InDesign, work with master pages, text, tabs, paragraph and character styles, import external files and actually print the booklet. Let’s move on! What You Should Get Now In the Part 1 of this tutorial series, I showed you how to design a background for both the cover and internal pages, besides two additional graphics that we will use later. Design a Coffee Shop Menu Layout from Scratch with Photoshop and InDesign – Part 2 | Blancer.com Tutorials and projects
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You might not be the best photographer, but this doesn’t mean the photos you publish will suck. We’ve previously showcased 41 nicest photo effects tutorials you can adapt, now here’s more. By adding this new 30+ Nicest Photoshop Photo Tutorials to our previous entry, you have over 70 ways to enhance photos taken with digital camera, or even dSLR.
A Post By: Darren Rowse How do you take Portraits that have the ‘Wow’ factor? Today and tomorrow I want to talk about taking Portraits that are a little out of the box. You see it’s all very well and good to have a portrait that follows all the rules – but it hit me as I was surfing on Flickr today that often the most striking portraits are those that break all the rules. I want to look at some ways to break out of the mold and take striking portraits by breaking (or at least bending) the rules and adding a little randomness into your portrait photography. I’ll share ten of these tips today and a further ten tomorrow (update: you can see the 2nd part here).