5 Steps to Creating a Dreamlike Gown in Photoshop Today, I’m going to show you how to create a dress from scratch out of something that was not a dress… at all. Here are five steps to creating a gown using Photoshop. #1: It Can Be Almost Anything Seriously, people – I’m having a hard time coming up with a single thing that I don’t believe could be manipulated into a dress. In fact if you can think of anything that wouldn’t work, I’m all ears.
65 Beautiful Fonts You Can Download For Free Freebie 65 Beautiful Fonts You Can Download For Free by Alex on Aug 9, 2012 • 9:43 am 11 Comments There are so many free fonts all around the web these days and sometimes it makes me think is their any really point purchasing fonts. I’ve decide to collect 65 fonts which are suitable for web, print, etc just overall high fonts which can be used in design projects. Neuton Font Family The Ultimate Photoshop Patterns Collection: 2000+ Patterns Patterns are a slightly overlooked resource when working with Photoshop, we have a tendency to look for a texture or background rather than searching .pat files. Repeating, tileable patterns are invaluable resources for all types of Photoshop projects and they take little room on your hard drive! So today we bring you a huge collection of more than 2000 patterns contained within 75+ files so that you can add to your library and have a wealth of patterns, backgrounds and textures at your fingertips.
50 Awesome Opencourseware Links to Effectively Get Your Photography Degree for Free Whether you are a first time digital camera owner, or someone looking to start a professional photography business, knowledge is key. Utilize these 50 courses, guides, and more to bring out the best in your photos. For Beginners These courses are a must for the first time photographer, or those looking to brush up on their camera skills. 1.
Photoshop Effects: recreate the look of a medium format portrait When I first got in to photography, which wasn't quite 100 years ago, there were three reasonably clear groups of camera user. The happy snappers used compacts, the enthusiasts used SLRs and the professionals used medium, or large, format. If you were a really 'serious' amateur, and every club had at least one of these Yodas, you might have got yourself a medium format system, using 6x4.5cm, 6x6cm or even 6x7cm frames of 120 roll film. If you were a professional wedding or landscape photographer you wouldn't have dreamt of using a 35mm SLR, for credibility reasons as much as for quality, and a happy snapper wouldn't have known which end of a 35mm SLR or medium format camera to look through. Not much of that has meant a great deal in the last eight or so years, and the lines between what is professional equipment and what is amateur are exceedingly blurred. Old format, old hat
How To Create a Realistic Money Effect in Photoshop The classic illustration style used on money is something I’ve always wanted to figure out how to replicate in Photoshop. There’s plenty of Photoshop tutorials that show how to create a basic halftone line effect, but they never quite capture that authentic engraved look with plenty of shading and tone. After lots of trial and error I finally managed to figure it out, so here’s an in depth tutorial on how to create a realistic money illustration effect in Photoshop (with some help from Illustrator!). The effect we’ll be creating in today’s tutorial is this vintage engraved or etched illustration style that builds up the tonal areas of an image with lots of tiny lines.
68 Striking Photoshop Text Effects Tutorials You can find thousands of Photoshop Text Effects Tutorials around, but it’s really difficult to find the good collection of top Photoshop Text Effects Tutorials When it comes to Typography then there is no limitation of creativity in terms of presentation, instructions and most importantly final results. Now days Typography took very seriously by modern time designers as it shows your skills in font selection and latter placement. In this selection we’re glad to present you various Typography Related Photoshop Tutorials which might help you to get inspire and learn some tips.
Money Style Illustration in Photoshop Last Saturday I went to the movies to watch Wall Street Money Never Sleeps. It was a nice movie, even though I was expecting something much better in terms of story and special effects, there were some cheesy ones, however in the end during the credits the design they created a really nice animation with money illustration, I don't know the name of the effect in english, but I loved it, so I came back and decided to try to do that in Photoshop. So in this tutorial I will show you a nice technique to create a simple money style illustration using a regular photo, it's not as perfect as the money illustrations we see in the dollar bill for example, but it's a quick tip. There might be different ways so if you know another one share with us, this was the one I came up with and it's very easy. Step 1 Open Photoshop and use a photo that you have or want to apply the effect, in this case I will use of myself, the one I use on Twitter.