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Free Textures from TextureKing 30 Fresh and Promising Design Blogs to Follow There’s a plethora of weblogs that cover the topic of design. We all know of the big names out there (such as the amazing people over at Smashing Magazine), but there are tons more in the vast realm of the web that you may not have heard of yet, and it’s high time that they’re given some love. This article presents 30 new and fresh design blogs that are worth checking out. Weblogs featured here discuss web, graphic, and print design. Hopefully you’ll find a link or two (or more) that piques your interests enough to prompt you to subscribe to them. 1. Line25 is a newly-founded blog by Chris Spooner of Blog.SpoonGraphics on the topic of web design. 2. UX Booth is a group of writers that delve into the subject of User Experience. 3. Build Internet! 4. Tripwire Magazine is an excellent web design blog that even has a forum. 5. Assault Blog is the design weblog of Assault T-shirts. 6. Designer Daily is an excellent blog by graphic designer, Mirko Humbert. 7. creative briefing 8. 9. 11. 12.
Texture and Reference Image Library Efeito Blueprint. Descrição: Como recriar o efeito Blueprint que é muito utilizado por arquitetos. 01. Pressione Ctrl+O e abra a foto para ser trabalhada, neste tutorial iremos utilizar a imagema abaixo. 02. 03. 04. defina os valores abaixo. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. site de origem: Participe deixando seu comentário, dúvida, sugestão, ideias, exemplos ou simplesmente dizendo um "Olá!" Caso não queira ficar de fora das atualizações diárias do blog você tem 3 opções bem práticas: Obrigado por ter votado no ::Tutoriais Photoshop:: para o iBest e Peixe Grande 2008 e 2009!
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Plain Textures Coloring Photos | Photoshop Tutorials Step 1 Open up your image and check Image » Mode to see that RGB is selected in the menu. Step 2 Now, go to QuickMask Mode by pressing Q—Make sure that “QuickMask Options” (see button on main toolbar) are set to Selected Areas. Use the Paintbrush to fill in the the first area you wish to colorize (should appear in red)… e.g. paint in the face, neck, arms, hands, etc. in preparation for coloring it with a flesh tone (see below example). Step 3 Go back to Standard Mode by pressing Q and a selection should now be around the area you filled in with the Paintbrush. Step 4 Next, click on the Adjustment layer icon at the bottom of the Layers Palette and choose “Color Balance” from the menu. Step 5 When you have the color you want for that area, repeat the whole process over again for the other spots of the photo that need colorizing. There you have it… from black-and-white or faded, to full color!
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