Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Photoshop tutorial aimed at those who are beginner-mid skill level, though this should not be your first time using Photoshop and shows that putting together collages of different images can give you a dramatic effect, useful when making a movie poster.
This a Photoshop tutorial is aimed at those who are beginner-mid skill level, though this should not be your first time using Photoshop and shows that with the right elements, you are able to make something that is easily recognisable.
In this tutorial we’ll learn how to Design a Poster for the awesome show Dexter!
In part one of this website build project we’ll go through the process of creating a detailed concept for an outdoors site. The design is based on a range of textures and a mix of blue and greys to create a stylish and sophisticated website for ‘Pinewood Forest’.
In this tutorial you'll learn how to make a colorful Christmas gift name tag in Photoshop that looks just like the ones you see in real life under the tree.
In this tutorial, I will walk you through the process of making a yummy sweet text in Photoshop. We will use the basic tools and effects along to achieve the final outcome in short time. So let's begin! Final Image What you will be creating Tutorial Details Program: Adobe Photoshop CS6 Estimated Completion Time: 45 ...
Photoshop CC 2014 tutorial showing how to create “low poly” portraits from photos. The techniques shown can be applied to any image.
Learn how to create 3D octopus text effect. This Adobe Photoshop tutorial teaches how to apply octopus skin texture and light reflections to the letters.
scratch effect are used almost in every project. They give reality to our designs and arts. It connects the CG world to Real World. Learn to Build your own
Photoshop CC 2014 tutorial showing how to transform a photo of a person into a powerful, “high key” portrait and add text to it to create a dynamic, elegant poster.
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