Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
In today’s tutorial you’ll learn how to create a dark, ominous scene featuring a fantasy devil woman. This is a fairly advanced tutorial with lots of details, but I’ve broken down the entire process for you so that you can follow along.
Photoshop CC tutorial showing how to quickly transform an ordinary color or black & white photo into a dramatically, compelling image. This works especially well with landscapes and seascapes.
Learn how to create a iOS 7 Style Blur Background from a photo or image using a few basic steps to upgrade and add a nice blurry feel on all your devices backgrounds.
Create fairy winter night photo manipulation with the crescent above the clouds, shiny icicles and glow effects.
In today’s Photoshop tutorial you’ll learn how to convert your regular photos into an authentic pop art outcome. The tutorial is accompanied by a fantastic halftone vectors pack courtesy of Go Media. You’ll use these halftone vectors as well as some great design theory to create a believable pop art outcome.
Photoshop CC tutorial showing how to transform your outdoor photos into the look of beautiful, impressionist paintings. You can also apply these techniques to your other photos, as well.
We’ll be looking at how to create an old worn looking horror movie poster. This tutorial uses both the “zombies” vector set, as well as the “blood drips” vector set, both taken from this week’s huge vector deal. We’ll be combining these vectors with some old rough paper textures and Halloween style typography to create a frightening movie poster.
Learn how to convert a personal photo into an authentic pop art outcome. This tutorial uses a range of great techniques that you can put to work on any of your photos.
Use Selective Color, Lighting and Compositing techniques to create a truly badass 80s style Slasher Poster in this Horror Tutorial.
With Halloween fast approaching it’s time take our design work to a dark, spooky place. That’s the whole beauty of design isn’t it? The ability to adapt our style of design based on the creative brief, the context or the client. Today we’re going to create a seriously creepy human puppet hybrid using a regular portrait photo of a beautiful model.
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