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Photoshop tutorials are one of the most popular subjects on the web, as the digital art community continues to grow and new designers bring their unique skills. However, quality Photoshop tutorials that teach you a useful effect, have a quality finished result and are well explained are harder to find, and with the large number of tutorial sites available, it can be hard to sort the quality from the mundane.
Free Download: Texture Grab Bag Published March 28th, 2013 in Free Resources , Textures - 0 Comments Today we have a set of 4 free textures that come from our Premier Texture Bundle 4 .
Learn how to earn $125 or more per hour as a freelancer - Click Here Most web and graphic designers use Photoshop on a daily basis, and due to Photoshop’s popularity there are countless resources online for users. In effort to make your life as a designer a bit easier, here is a guide to some of the best resources.
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This is the fourth and final installment of my series on creating textures in Photoshop. If you missed the first three, they were creating: Water Texture , Wood Texture and Stone Texture . This tutorial will combine much of what we learned about in the first three installments, we will also go over some new techniques, and add some finishing touches that pull the whole look together. Bring up Photoshop and create a new document at a size that you like. I used 500px by 500px The first thing we need to do is make a dirt background to show through from underneath the grass we will create. Set your foreground and background colors to black and white.
Follow this step by step guide to creating a detailed gauge icon in Photoshop.
I love Photoshop techniques that offer all kinds of possibilities for experimentation—and the following tutorial is a perfect example of one of those techniques. In this issue, we’re going to take a portrait and replace the person’s image with text (think 2009 Grammy posters). Pick a portrait that offers good contrast—a photo that’s very dramatic and dark probably won’t work as well.