Best Photoshop Tutorials 2014: 10 inspiring step-by-step guides to creating amazing art, illustrations and graphics in Photoshop The 10 most popular Photoshop tutorials from 2014 by leading illustrators, designers and photographers. Over the past year, we've had the pleasure of publshing some amazing Photoshop tutorials created by some of the most talented visual creatives in the world. While easy to follow step-by-step, these aren't the usual 'how to remove red-eye' and 'how to turn a photo into a terrible painted artwork' tutorials that you'll find all over the Internet. They're not for beginners and don't waste your time teaching you things you already know - but instead for talented people like you who know their way around Photoshop and want to learn how to make your art better. So here's our top 10 Photoshop tutorials of 2014. Photoshop tutorial: Create a low-poly portrait (picture above)
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