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Newest Tutorials

Photoshop » Photo Effects — over 10 years ago
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Learn to use a Photoshop layer mask to gradually fade images, and you have an impressive tool that can be applied to countless projects. Corrie shows us exactly how it's done in her step-by-step tutorial.
PHP » Templating — about 5 years ago
Have you ever seen a WordPress blog with certain pages that are styled differently to the rest and wondered how you could do it for your blog? Have you ever thought about doing more with your blog pages? If the answer to either of those questions is yes, then this is the tutorial for you. Here, I will teach you how to create a custom WordPress page in just 3 easy steps.
Photoshop » Drawing — over 11 years ago
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Learn the steps to create a dark, sensual painting from a simple reference photo-- from initial sketch to final digital painting.
Photoshop » Web Layouts — about 10 years ago
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Take a look at how to design a really graphical splash page design in Photoshop with this full video tutorial.
3ds Max » Modeling — almost 11 years ago
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This tutorial shows you how to make a Dragon or Bat wing that is easily animated and the skin between the wing bones streches.
Photoshop » Animation — over 12 years ago
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Create the animated effect of leaves falling from a tree.
Photoshop » Text Effects — almost 10 years ago
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This tutorial shows the path I took to create a Diablo III Inspired Grungy Text Effect.
Photoshop » Web Graphics — almost 14 years ago
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Ever want to make a good-looking 40x40 icon for submitting your tutorial to places like Good-Tutorials? In this tutorial you'll learn how to do just that.
Photoshop » Drawing — over 14 years ago
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Learn how to draw some realistic stones.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 6 years ago
To get the post type for the current post WordPress has a built in function that allows you to do this easily. If you are inside the loop of a single post then you can just use the function get_post_type().
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