Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In today's tutorial we will learn how to create a pattern brush in the shape of a rope. As you know, this brush cannot contain a gradient mesh, but we will violate this rule using the Mesh Tormentor plug-in.
In this Illustrator tutorial we will learn how to speed up the work of Adobe Illustrator using very simple manipulations, which will take you only a few seconds, but will save hours of hard work.
Create a curled ribbon text effect, then decorate it with thin stripes of glitter.
This tutorial teaches you how to digitally re-create a cross processed photo effect in Photoshop.
After reading our today's tutorial you'll learn how to create quickly a realistic vector image. Have fun learning our new Adobe illustrator tutorial!
This quick tutorial will show you how to design a postal themed gig poster in Photoshop, and then add some flair and texture using items from The Vintage Creation Collection by Le Paper Cafe.
If you want to join a series of photos into an electronic booklet or you need to prepare them for printing, sending via e-mail or web publishing you can convert them to the Portable Document Format (PDF) because PDF documents are universally accessible and they can be viewed and printed on any computer regardless of operating system or printing device. With the help of Soft4Boost Image Converter you can perform this task without any difficulties. Please follow the steps listed below.
In the following Adobe Illustrator tutorial you will learn to Create a semi-realistic Electric Extension Cord using some basic shapes like rectangles and ellipses. We will also learn how to use add multiple fills and strokes and also we’ll apply a 3D effect to create an On/Off button.
In this Photoshop tutorial, I will show you the process of creating this Artistic Photo Manipulation with Cracked Face Effect in Photoshop. We will practice a number of layer masking techniques and image adjustment tricks along the way, as well as applying some interesting filter effect to our image.
For most newbies, the concept of symbols in Flash can be pretty confusing. I’ve known enough designers who – even after working with Flash for years – are pretty clueless about the best way to use symbols in their work. Let’s take a closer look at symbols and text.
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