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Photoshoplr

Photoshoplr
A premium Photoshop plugin, that generates random relevant titles, leads, texts, dates and usernames. Currently supports English, Ukrainian and Russian text generation for three thematic categories: Technology, Economics and Politics. Relevant text generation Select one or multiple text layers and click Generate. All texts are randomly selected from a huge database on our secure server, so all your generated content will always be relevant to your design. No more lorem ipsum. Different length Title: one-liner, good for captions; lead: one or two sentences for small content blocks; text: few paragraphs of content. Category selection Designing a news website? Multiple languages All content can be generated in one of currently available languages: English, Russian, Ukrainian. Username generation The plugin picks from some of the most common names and surnames in every language. Dates generation Titlemizer can also generate dates! Automagical pasting Credits: Dominik Levitsky Related:  [Tutoriales, recursos y plug-ins]Photoshopwebdesign

Custom Color-Palettes from Images Creating Custom Color-Palettes From ImagesA Tutorial on How-To Convert Colors from Images to Custom Photoshop Swatches ConceptsOne of the first things I want to go over is nomenclature: Photoshop has a series of floating UIs, with different tools and attributes - Layers, Brushes, and yes, Swatches. In Photoshop they are called... you guest it, “Palettes,” so let’s not get confused. I will refer to a collection of color-swatches - those small squares of color as in the image above, as a color-Palette. Single color = color-swatch... Many color-swatches (forming a “range of colors”) = color-Palette... To avoid confusion, I will refer to Photoshop’s UI-Palettes as Palettes. left’s get started! Example #1: Sampling From an Entire ImageWe will first breakdown and create a color-Palette from an entire image and on the second example we will narrow a color-Palette from a specific section of an image. The ProcessAs you know, in Photoshop there are many ways of doing one simple thing. And voila!

Render.ly Ionicons: The premium icon font for Ionic Framework The 12 Best Free Photoshop Plugins for Designers While Adobe Photoshop is a powerful, creative platform, using plugins can help to extend its capabilities and use it to its full potential. Using an add-on can help you perform tedious or difficult tasks in a more efficient manner, enabling you to spend more time on design. There are thousands of plugins to choose from, but many are outdated and no longer work with updated versions of Photoshop. We've collected the best free plugins you can download, install and start using right away. We focus on a variety of free plugins best suited to web and graphic design, to help you work faster and more productively. Show As Gallery Have something to add to this story?

KIWI JUICE Fonts.com Web fonts Extension for Adobe Photoshop Using Web fonts for your creative prototypes in Adobe Photoshop has never been easier! Quickly preview & try thousands of Web fonts directly within all of your Adobe Photoshop projects. “The Fonts.com Web fonts extension beta for Adobe Photoshop makes it possible to have all our projects and Web fonts right at the fingertips of our designers. We are able to achieve more than 30% time savings with the Fonts.com Web fonts extension managing the fonts we use for our mobile rich media ad development.” – Xavier Facon, CTO Crisp Media What is the Fonts.com Web Fonts Extension for Adobe Photoshop? The fonts.com Web fonts extension for Adobe Photoshop enables users to easily design and preview their creative prototypes and proofs using the best selection of Web fonts. The extension automatically syncs with your projects on fonts.com and enables you to create new projects directly within the extension, or on the portal. Using the Fonts.com Web Fonts Extension for Adobe Photoshop Have feedback? Yes.

Clean Up Your Mess - A Guide to Visual Design for Everyone Moockup.me ⋆ #1 IN GRAPHIC RESOURCES FOR DESIGNERS, BY DESIGNERSMoockup.me | #1 IN GRAPHIC RESOURCES FOR DESIGNERS, BY DESIGNERS Step to Painting a Girl by Johannes Helgeson – ARTBREW ARTBREW Johannes is occasionally asked how he paint from imagination, and he has sometimes given demos to friends. He figure he had indulge and try to explain for everyone. Beware, text and pictures ahead! This process is designed for a reasonably fast and predictable result. It’s aimed at beginners who are familiar with photoshop primarily, but might be beneficial for more advanced users as well. He is taking the liberty of giving you the PSD-file (reduced in size to 50%). Download Here 1. 2. For the shadows he fill a layer with a solid black, which he then lock into the positive shapes. 3. 4, Ambient Occlusion Using the lasso-tool (not a single stroke without a selection, otherwise all the edges get too soft) and a big smooth airbrush he apply a dark shade to areas which receive little or no light. 5. 6. 8. 9. Flatten all, and adjust colors with adjustment-layers according to taste. he is also letting the original lineart remain in some places, totally intuitively. 10.

Ditto: Use variables in Photoshop - Casual Notebook Optimise your Photoshop workflow | Culttt For a long time, Adobe’s Photoshop has been one of the most popular design applications for creating websites, mobile applications and just about everything in between. Whilst this is a little bit strange seeing as through it is predominately a photo editor, I think you will be pushed to find a young professional graphic designer that did not learn her craft in a cracked version of Photoshop. These days there are also many new competitors to Photoshop in the form of vector based design applications like Sketch or responsive focused applications like Webflow. However I think Photoshop is still by far the most used application for designing websites and web applications today. In this tutorial I’m not going to teach you any specific Photoshop techniques as there is already an abundance of these types of guides online. To be honest, I think getting a good workflow down is much more important than any specific technique. Setting the canvas Using a grid Organising your layers Exporting assets

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