Good-Tutorials - Newest Tutorials Photoshop :: Converting Guides To Lines Mar 31, 2011 MGD 64 lemonade to forum.cdr This isn't something I am in need of because in the future with this graphic I would just convert the background. Just wondering why it made those odd lines coming off of the words and the black bar (I don't know how the heck you guys can post large things, things with motion, etc. I have to make things miniature to put them on here) I assume it has something to do with how the original, that came from MillerCoors, has those layers of lines in it. View 4 Replies View Related
350 Photoshop Tutorials Photoshop is what makes the virtual world seem alive. Its nothing less than a blessing for designers. The Internet is full of Photoshop Tutorials and you will find a tutorial on each and every tool. With that being said, we understand that these tutorials require time and effort to find so we’ve saved you both. How? Who knows, after going through these tutorials, you may end up being the next big thing in the world of Graphic Design. This article is divided in 14 Sections: Advertisement Tutorials for Beginners 5 Common Photoshop Myths Solved for Absolute Beginners In this post, author will provide 5 Simple, Yet Useful Photoshop “How-to”s for Absolute Beginners. More Information on 5 Common Photoshop Myths Solved for Absolute Beginners How to Use and Create Brushes in Adobe Photoshop This tutorial will show you how to get and use brushes. More Information on How to Use and Create Brushes in Adobe Photoshop A Beginner’s Guide to Photoshop Masks – Part One Bridge is Going to be Your Best Friend
Photoshop Tutorials | Free Photoshop Download & Tutorials Online List of colors The following is a list of colors. A number of the color swatches below are taken from domain-specific naming schemes such as X11 or HTML4. RGB values are given for each swatch because such standards are defined in terms of the sRGB color space. The HSV (hue, saturation, value) color space values, also known as HSB (hue, saturation, brightness), and the hex triplets (for HTML web colors) are also given in the following table. Colors in alphabetical order A-F For the continuation of the list of colors, please go to List of colors: G-M#Colors. Colors by shade White White is a balanced combination of all the colors of the visible light spectrum, or of a pair of complementary colors, or of three or more colors, such as additive primary colors. Gray/Grey Achromatic grays are colors between black and white with no hue. Pink Red Main articles: Red and Variations of red Brown Orange Yellow Green Cyan Blue Violet Web colors
133 of the Best Photoshop Tutorials Created in 2012 So another year goes buy and it’s the start of 2013. Today I decided to share with everyone the last twelve monthly Adobe Photoshop Tutorials collections. So just incase you missed any of our monthly Photoshop collections, all of them have been served up for you to catch up on. If you are Photoshop tutorial writer, start commenting on these articles so we can find your awesome tutorials, if they are what our readers are looking for, then we will share your articles. If you are looking for a place to create killer tutorials, we are excepting guest writers and staff writers to submit articles for publications. There are over a 130 great tutorials for you to try out. 10 of the Best Photoshop Tutorials Created in January “The list that I gathered is mostly intermediate level tutorials but, if you are comfortable with Photoshop’s tools, then you should be able to complete the tutorials. 6 of the Best Photoshop Tutorials Created in February 10 of the Best Photoshop Tutorials Created in March
30 Poster Design Tutorials for Photoshop Photoshop allows designers to create amazing posters that can be used for a variety or purposes like movie promos, product promos, event promos, as well as just for fun and practice. There are a lot of quality tutorials out there that teach the process of designing a poster in Photoshop. In this post we’ll feature 30 poster tutorials from a variety of different designers. In this collection you should find at least a few tutorials that teach something that could be helpful in your own work. Looking for hosting?
efg's Chromaticity Diagrams Lab Report PurposeThe purpose of this project is to demonstrate how to display a 1931 CIE chromaticity chart, as well as the transformations introduced in 1960 and 1976. In addition, the charts can be displayed using either the 1931 2-degree standard observer, or the 1964 10-degree standard observer, and attempts to explain the difference between standard observers. BackgroundStandard Observer. The CIE 1931 "Standard Observer" is for a 2-degree field of observation based on tables of Guild and Wright. The CIE 1964 "Standard Observer" is for a 10-degree field from the work of Stiles and Burch, and Speranskaya. The experiments leading to the 1931 standard observer were performed using only the fovea, which covers about a 2-degree angle of vision. CIE standard observers are averages based on experiments with small numbers (~15-20) of people with normal color vision. For additional information about the CIE 1931 and 1964 observers see [Malacara2002, p. 36], [Judd75, p. 155] or [Billmeyer81, p. 42].