Good day everyone. Few days ago, we featured some fresh vector tutorials using Illustrator in “ Early 2010 Best of Vector Tutorials in Adobe Illustrator “. Now let’s take a look at some Photoshop tutorials this time. And let’s focus specifically on photo handling and editing capability of Photoshop like photo retouching and restoration.
AndrewG, July 8, 2012 Are you a professional or a beginner in Adobe Illustrator ?
Logo design is a sophisticated and complex process. The hardest thing to do is to come up with the concept behind the logo. Once you know what kind of logo you want, you sketch and design it. Logo design is one of those things that has to be perfected, because a logo represents an idea, a brand and an identity. In recent contest I asked Desizn Tech’s reader what kind of post they would like to see, some readers asked about logo design tutorial. In this post, you will find 40 different kinds logo tutorial from beginners to advanced level.
This entry is part 13 of 14 in the Poster Design Session - Show All « Previous Next » Jump into this roundup of some of the most creative and challenging vector poster design tutorials on the web. There is a large assortment of styles and approaches here to review, from spacey psychedelic poster design, to geometrically influenced poster design, to robotic stomping power, to retro aesthetics and more. Check out these inspiring poster design tutorials.
Jan 18 2009 For months, we have been bookmarking interesting, useful and creative Adobe Illustrator tutorials and Resources, so you can now rest assured that you will have the necessary tools to get the job done. Due to this phenomenally vast amount of vector packs, brushes, patterns available, you can now add dirt, rust, floral effect, swirls, mold, oil stains in your artwork and to give it any look you want. So in today’s post, you’ll find an assortment of top-notch tutorials , brushes , patterns , vector packs , tips & tricks and .EPS downloadable files that others have freely contributed to the design community. To make your job a little bit easier, we have categorized this post into 6 section, the links below will get you to your desired section. Adobe Illustrator Tutorials
External Tip – 14 Advanced Photoshop Tutorials You Should See In this category we want to give you an advice to other great sites, where you can get a lot of very useful information, inspirations and materials. Here I collected 14 great Photoshop tutorials, which can help you to expand your skills. [...]
8a10c9328edf3a39bc544857387d7712 67 Phototshop actions are pre-recorded tasks that you can save and use it anytime. They are a great way to quickly enchance and touchup your photos and achive some fantastic results.
The compilation consist of 70 of the best Photoshop actions collected from all around the web from photo effects to actions for even creating photo borders, An essential design resource for all designers weather your an expert or an beginner. Photoshop actions consist of a series of menu commands such as i.e. filters, image adjustments etc which can be recorded and played back this process is called a Photoshop action. Photoshop actions are perfect for novices to Photoshop simply because it allows you to apply multiple different photo effects to an image within a few seconds without having knowledge about the ins and outs of Photoshop. Photo Effect Actions
I’ve always been a huge fan of graffiti artist Banksy and his thought evoking urban artwork so for this next piece I wanted to create my own Banksy inspired art using Photoshop. This was a two part project that involved 1) Creating a stencil from a regular photo and 2) Overlaying the stencil in a photorealistic manner. Original Image: Part 1: Spray Paint Stencil
One of the best ways to improve and build upon your design skills is by using tutorials — short, instructional guides that teach techniques so you can craft great designs. We’ve collected 25 of our favorite tutorials from across the web to help you practice your skills. These skills include: Programs: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign Logo, Web, App, Icons, Print and Packaging, Tshirt Typography, Grids, 3-D, Opacity, Gradients, Masks, Patterns, Layout, Color Management, Brushes, Meshes, Textures, Bleeds and Margins, and more.
Designers love freebies that make life easier and help them create higher-quality work. Free vectors are useful, free vector packs even more so. Fortunately, there are plenty of talented graphic designers who are willing to give away their work (or samples of it) to benefit the rest of us. In this post, we feature 60 of the best and most useful free vector packs . Many of the vectors featured here would be useful for particular styles of design and specific types of websites . Take a few moments to browse through them, and you may find something that’s perfect for a current or upcoming project.
Last year we posted on Abduzeedo a very cool post about typographic portraits, the 45 Amazing Type Faces - Typographic Portraits became one of the most popular posts on Abduzeedo, and a lot of people asked me how to create that effect in Photoshop. We have also posted a little tutorial showing how to do that using, Flash Photoshop Quick Tips #5 - Typographic Portrait , however I decided to create a nice typographic effect using just Photoshop. So in this tutorial I will show you how to create a really cool and super easy typographic portrait in Photoshop. We will use the Displace filter and some Blend Modes to achieve the effect. The whole process is quite simple but it might take you some time to add the texts and elements, but once you do that the rest is very straight forward.
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They say a picture is worth a thousand words . True or not, images are an important part of any website we create. Since it is so easy to embed an image in a website (even the process of creating your own images is very easy), most websites are filled with them. There are some very good examples out there on how to deal with images in a website from different points of view, but most of the websites do not showcase positive examples. And while this is not entirely dangerous for a design, it might decrease your chances to sell, in case you have a call-to-action page, or the chances to create good reading flow. It is more a matter of details than a matter of important principles, but dealing with images should be something designers understand and apply better.