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Shabby Shapes Photoshop Brushes by Designfruit. A Free High-Resolution Photoshop brush set of grungy, dirty simple shapes.

Shabby Shapes Photoshop Brushes by Designfruit

This contains several basic shapes that can be combined to create more complicated shapes for borders, backgrounds and more. Each shape is big and bold; created to resemble a raised surface that has been inked and then pressed into a sheet of paper like an old trashy letterpress. These are big. Many of the brushes are around 2500 pixels. Suitable for print projects and web projects. This set is royalty-free, so you can use it in your products and designs both for personal use and commercial work; with no strings attached. Let us know what you think by commenting below. Créer un texte encadré. By Jacob Gube In this beginning-level design tutorial, I’ll show you how to apply a beautiful and super-easy text treatment in Photoshop: the inset text effect.

Créer un texte encadré

It’s also often called the letterpress effect because it looks similar to text created by a Letterpress printer. Final Result Here’s a preview of what we’re about to create. Creating the Photoshop document 1 Let’s start with the basics: setting up the Photoshop document. Styling the Background Layer 2 We’ll add a Gradient Overlay layer style onto the default Background layer. 3 Double-click on the Background layer’s thumbnail in the Layers Panel to open up the Layer Styles dialog box. 4 Double-click on the left Color Stop and enter the color value of a dark blue shade (#003471) which will be the color at the bottom of the canvas. 5 Lets give the background a light source from the top left corner of the canvas.

Créer une typographie aquatique. To sort of wrap up our series on using liquid effects for design, today, we will look at how to use liquid photostocks to create a gorgeous and stunning liquid text effect in Photoshop.

Créer une typographie aquatique

By using some clever techniques, we can warp liquids into a variety of shapes to meet our needs. In this case, you’ll learn how to create letters from liquids, and then add in some extra effects for a dynamic composition. All you need is Photoshop and some free stock images, so let’s get started! You’ll absolutely love this PS text effect! Also, don’t forget to suggest tutorials in the comments! Tools used: Adobe Photoshop Various stock images Final Image Preview: Step 1: Document creation and water stock selection To start off we will need to create a new document. Now we will need a mass selection of stock images to create our text. Step 2: Water stock manipulation Once you have obtained your stock images you will need to begin to mold them into your water letters. Next I started on the P.

Créer une typographie galactique. This post was originally published in 2009 The tips and techniques explained may be outdated.

Créer une typographie galactique

Galactic space scenes are a popular theme for digital art, they’re packed full of texture and vibrant colour, which are two ingredients of an awesome design! Using Photoshop’s blending modes along with a mix of textures and brushes, let’s get lost in space and create an abstract cosmos poster design. Open up Photoshop and create a new document. Depending on your overall aims, you might want to specify dimensions for a printed poster, otherwise a 72dpi document is perfect for on-screen use. Fill the background with a dark grey. Grab a couple of source images of smoke clouds, these particular images are courtesy of Shutterstock (1)(2). On a new layer, dab three bright colours with a large soft brush. Change the blending mode of the colour spots to Overlay to allow the colours to cast over the underlying textures. Fill a new layer with black, then go to Filter > Noise > Add Noise. Débuter sur Adobe Photoshop !

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Débuter sur Adobe Photoshop !

C'est incroyable tout ce qu'on peut faire avec la technologie de nos jours ! "Et si on faisait en sorte que ce soit vous qui réalisiez toutes ces belles choses ? Je ne me moque pas de vous, je suis même très sérieux ! Figurez-vous que la majorité des images que vous pouvez apercevoir dans la rue ou sur internet est issue d'un seul et même logiciel. Je veux parler de ce logiciel dont le nom ne vous est sûrement pas inconnu, Adobe Photoshop ! A qui s'adresse ce cours ? Ce cours, articulé autour de trois thèmes d'apprentissage, se veut progressif et adapté à votre niveau. Voici un bref récapitulatif de ce que nous aborderons dans ce tutoriel : Je dois vous avertir que je travaillerai sur la dernière version en date de Photoshop (CS5) . - - Quatre premières images respectivement réalisées par Clems et sp0z.