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Newest Tutorials

Photoshop » Effects — about 15 years ago
Make a flowing river of liquid plastic.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — almost 4 years ago
Most of you probably noticed that the sample of the seamless pattern in the majority of cases disappears from the Swatches panel after you save your file in eps10 format. This is a minor problem but if you take care of your client and count on long term cooperation then you’ll need to think more about it. Moreover, some microstock websites demand saving the seamless patterns in the Swatches panel (I think Graphicriver for example).
Photoshop » Buttons — over 14 years ago
Make this silvery button.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 6 years ago
In this tutorial we are going to go over the steps on how theme developers can provide the user with alert messages to tell the user to download certain plugins to increase the functionality of their site.
Photoshop » Textures — almost 16 years ago
Learn how to create this seamless clover pattern.
Photoshop » Web Graphics — almost 13 years ago
Learn how to create a sunny vector header.
Ruby » File Management — almost 6 years ago
How to find data in the entire database using Navicat? (Windows & Linux)
3ds Max » Modeling — over 6 years ago
Sparks and electric surge in 3ds max This time we learn: - Animating materials transparency - Pflow to make sparks particles - Making a surge with a Spline and animate - Making glow post effect inside 3ds max - Compose particles inside AE
Photoshop » Buttons — almost 13 years ago
You can make some professional, glossy buttons for web-templates.
Illustrator » 3D Techniques — almost 5 years ago
Using 20 steps you will create a beautiful abstract background with 3D shapes and futuristic look.
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