It's okay. Time, Patience, & Practice are keys. Time, Patience, & Practice are keys. Time, Patience, & Practice are keys. This one's yours, boss. Where Photoshop & Lovers meet. Chrome Effect in Photoshop. A couple of weeks back we featured an image for the wallpaper of the week that was the Abduzeedo symbol with a chrome effect.
This is paralyzed. V E R S A C E. Photoshop Tutorial: Eye Manipulation. It’s been a while since I’ve done a photoshop tutorial but I’m back with a really simple one that I love doing when it comes to fan art and as the saying goes, it’s all in the eyes.
As always the tutorial is designed using Photoshop Elements Editor but it can be used in other platforms of Photoshop and the tutorial takes less than 5 minutes to complete. The photo I’ll be using is a screencap of Shelley Hennig (Teen Wolf) from Screencapped.net. This one's yours, boss. This one's yours, boss. Cap coloring tutorial. Cap coloring tutorial back at it again with another color tutorial!
This time for caps and not gifs.someone asked how i did the white cap from this stiles and lydia picspam. below is my step by step process with pictures cause i’m not good with words! Okay here we go. 1. start with your cap > duplicate it and set it to soft light and change the opacity to 50% before after 2. stamp a new layer. shift + ctrl + alt + e (windows)shift + command + option + e (mac) set that to screen and duplicate it twice. you should have 3 layers set to screen. 3. color the background with a white brush.
Out of my head! i'm busy!, Tutorial Time! Sometimes i doubt your commitment to sparklemotion. #teammilkovich. GRAPHIC TUTORIAL #3. Have you been time travelling? — So, a couple of people have asked how I created my... Long way home — first off I’m so sorry it took me this long to... This is paralyzed — Could you please please make a tutorial on this? /post/57605333294/and-i-loved-the-way-you-looked-at-me-and-i-miss Thank you! Fifty thousand for derek — GRAPHIC TUTORIAL #1. Tutorial: Text Light Texture Tutorial. Text Light Texture Tutorial (FOR ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS2)I doubt it's translatable. ^ that's what we'll be making. :) okay. so it took a lot of time, questions, and googling for me to figure this out. lol but i finally did. :) 1.
Open a new layer. i chose the dimensions 550x350 just so i have enough room to do what i want. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. A little thing will pop-up asking you what you want to name it. 7. . * If you're using Photoshop CS3, don't create a new layer. 8. Tutorial: Typography. Hello, this is an overview of typography aimed at the icon-makers of LJ.
Whether they abuse text, don't have a clue as to how to use it, or simply can improve by learning more about it and picking up a few tips, then perhaps this guide will be of use! This is devised of X parts (won't know for sure until this is complete) as to avoid being too image heavy! Please note that I am not claiming to be an expert, I just have notes from 3 years of graphics class, and a meeting with a typographer to aid in my knowledge of typography.
Sections within this guide include:• Type Anatomy• Type Classification• Type Crimes• Creating a Mood with Text (P2)• Technicalities of Text• Type Placement / Hirearchies• The Dos and Don'ts with Type• Text in Icons: tips and the final run-down Type Anatomy Before using something effectively, one must first be aware of all its parts, yes? Type Classification. Tutorial: Mini-tutorial on typography: how to use Open Type features in your text (for PS users) Open Type is a font format (it has the .OTF or .TTF extention).
One of its perks is that single font file can contain additional designs for the same character, like the script font in the picture above. And that is what I'm going to tell about. In my example, I am using the font called Bickham Script Pro Regular: Now, not every Open Type font has those additional designs, but some of them do, which can be used to make text in your artwork prettier - if you know how to get to them.
This is how: Open your Character palette, type your text and click on the tiny triangle in the top right corner of the palette, just under the "-" and "x" buttons. If this option is gray and inactive, then the font you've chosen doesn't have the full OT support. Start of time. Abstract Sci-fi Style Energy Laser Beam Creation in Photoshop. Abstract Sci-fi Style Energy Laser Beam Creation in Photoshop In this tutorial, I will show you the steps to create Abstract Sci-fi Style Energy Laser Beam in Photoshop.
We will go through some interesting techniques to create these beams, on top of a space background, such as lighting effect, colour overlay and image adjustment. Note: The Photoshop tutorial is done in CS6 – therefore some screenshot may have slighting different layout as in the earlier version. The Creation of "Imminent Danger" Digital Art in Photoshop. The Creation of “Imminent Danger” Digital Art in Photoshop In this tutorial, I will show you the steps of The Creation of “Imminent Danger” Digital Art in Photoshop, with elements such as urban building, grunge brushset and surreal lighting effect.
The aim of this tutorial to show you the methods you can use to mix grunge brushsets and stock image to create a unique environment, as well as the use of image adjustment layers to manipulate photos. How to Apply a Plastic Mask Effect to a Portrait. In this tutorial, we will show you how to quickly and easily create a beautiful, futuristic portrait by applying a plastic wrap effect or mask to a portrait using Cinema 4D and Photoshop.
Let's get started! The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. Please download them before you begin. Editor's note: Special thanks to Martin Higgs, Stefka Pavlova, and Shonagh Louise for allowing us the use of their photo in this tutorial. The high resolution image is available on Shutterstock but the low resolution image can be downloaded below for use in this tutorial. Mask (High Resolution)Mask (Low Resolution)Photo Studio Open Cinema 4D.
Remove the unwanted body parts. Press Enable Axis Modification from the left toolbar and select the blue dot at the bottom (Anchor point).