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Photoshop Tutorials — Textures

Photoshop » Textures — over 14 years ago
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Create a background-noise type of texture.
Photoshop » Textures — over 14 years ago
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An effective way of making a metallic design.
Photoshop » Textures — over 14 years ago
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Create a simple woodgrain texture quickly and easily.
Photoshop » Textures — over 14 years ago
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Take a normal picture and change someone's face to make it look like they're a leopard. Click on the US/GB flag for English.
Photoshop » Textures — over 14 years ago
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This tutorial will guide you though the steps of creating wood in Photoshop.
Photoshop » Textures — over 14 years ago
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This tutorial will help you create rust textures. Play around with different values to create different types of rust.
Photoshop » Textures — over 14 years ago
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Textures and the Lighting Effects filter can make an image jump right off the page or screen. Using a texture to create 3D, however, is a scary thing for most Photoshop users. Take some of the mystery out of the process.
Photoshop » Textures — over 14 years ago
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Arguments may persist over whether scanlines are trendwhore or not, but you can't argue that they are effective and look classy. The aim of this tutorial is to detail a method for creating quick scanlines, funky dots, and other simple overlays.
Photoshop » Textures — over 14 years ago
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Textures and the Lighting Effects filter can make an image jump right off the page or screen. Using a texture to create 3D, however, is a scary thing for most Photoshop users. Take some of the mystery out of the process.
Photoshop » Textures — over 14 years ago
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A couple short steps that tell you how to take a image and create a seamless tile of it for use in a web background.
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