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Make your own Stereogram First you will have to select a pattern. To do this, you can select from 2 choices: Select pattern from gallery. You can move through the pattern gallery using the "next" and "prev" buttons. Once you have found a pattern you like, you must click on it and afterwards click on "Apply Pattern". How To Learn Photoshop In 24 Hrs Quite a bold statement, Learn Photoshop in 24 hours. Its simple and you can. Stepping into Photoshop at first can be quite daunting, were do you start? With these 20 tutorials we have given you some direction, you will start of with some very basic techniques and build towards the more advanced. Rena Littleson Drawings The best Intervention episodes are always the really odd ones. Meth addictions are a dime a dozen, but M&M addictions are something to talk about! Artist Rena Littleson-Montenegro appears to be drawing the usual photorealistic, tortured souls, but by pairing her subjects with bottles of ginger ale and blood thirsty toy dinos she gives the concept a refreshing and playful spin. And the extreme foreshortening really lends these binges that the-first-step-is-admitting-you-have-a-problem sense of urgency.

Russel Brown - Tips Sorry, no technical support is available for my tips and techniques Please report any web-related problems by sending an email to the address listed below. Sorry for the inconvenience, but I will not have the chance to respond to questions relating to these tutorials. For immediate response to your issues and questions, check out the Adobe Forum: forums.adobe.com Combine Stock Photography to Create a Sleepy Japanese Village in Photoshop We often talk about what an incredible tool Photoshop is to create imaginary scenes from stock photography. In today’s tutorial, we will create a sleepy Japanese village in Photoshop by combining several stock photos. Let’s get started! Tutorial Assets The following resources were used during the production of this tutorial. To save time, give them a download before you begin.

Avatars Everywhere: 27 of the Best Avatar Makers Avatar creator Meez is back in the news this week, but there are dozens more avatar creation tools gunning for this market. Today we attempt an overview of that market: please add more suggestions in the comment section. Weblin- Create an avatar and use it as your virtual self within web pages in real-time, interacting with other Weblin users who share the same interests.

Software Download This page features a growing set of free Adobe Photoshop® filters / plugins coded by myself for 3D production, 2D design, and technical research. These filters are only compatible with Windows, NOT Macintosh. This is not a developer decision but rather a compiler limitation. 64bit versions will be coming soon. While these filters were created primarily for Adobe Photoshop®, they also work with many free applications such Gimp, Pixoid, IrfanView, Ultimatepaint, Photo-Editor, and QFX LE. For a complete compatibility list, please click here. James Charles – Pop Cultured Currency Repurposing existing objects for other uses is always cool. Repurposing them for pop culture references though is even better. James Charles has been doing just that with United States currency for the last year or so. Many more after the jump.

Designshard I’ve selected various Photoshop tutorials that I’m liking at the moment for light effects, some have quite cool techniques on how to achieve the end result that can be applied to a million different designs (try and experiment with them), check them out below. You might also enjoy: Design a Vista Styled Wallpaper Give Your Photos a Retro Comic Book Effect How about a fun effect for your incredibly boring photo albums? Creating a old comic book effect for your photos is easy and the results are visually appealing. More fun is achieved when adding captions to your photos using comic book fonts and design elements. This tutorial will show you how to give a comic book look to your photos using a couple of filters and some additional decorations. Click on the image below to see a larger and more clear image of the final results.

Slitscanner.js I created the above image using this Lazer Sword video (this is also the example Sha uses on his site). Sha says users can download the code and modify it. He’s publishing slitscans to: shahwang.tumblr.com 40 Really Cool Photo Manipulation Tutorials In the art of designing, knowledge on photo manipulation and its corresponding technique is a major edge among other designers… Why? Because it gives you the advantage of creating world-class designs from a simple photo or image. By the simple act of manipulating an image, numerous possibilities such as styles, images and designs are opened for you to explore and influence. In continuation of collecting amazing photo manipulation tutorials, here’s another list of fresh tutorials to enhance your knowledge on image manipulation. 40 Really Cool Photo Manipulation Tutorials is compiled in this next post that you are about to see.

Fernando Vicente - Vanitas Born in Madrid, Fernando Vicente begins his career in the ’80′s, mixing illustration with painting. His unique style embodies bold and slightly aggressive visual concepts, giving him the freedom of playing with the composition. Experimentation is his motto, shifting and mixing different environments in just one work. In his series “Vanitas”, Vicente depicts the transient beauty of a woman’s body, juxtaposing an aristocratic attitude in his Hepburn-like beauties, with the reds and yellows of the flesh, all framed in a nicely textured cyan background.

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