Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Use type, processing and compositing techniques to create an awesome B-Movie inspired title with this Photoshop Video Tutorial.
Learn how to create surreal street scene with the 3D models, water reflections, underwater textures, also learn how to create water line effect from scratch. - See more at: http://alfoart.com/crocodile_promenade_1.html#sthash.4uuwj7ji.dpuf
In this video tutorial you will see how to create an abstract wallpaper that looks like blooming flower.
In this tutorial we will create a poster using stock vectors, basic shapes and stock photos. Along with this, you will learn to use basic Blending properties and shading. Every step is well explained and you will learn a lot of things if you follow them accordingly.
This video tutorial will show you how to divide a circle into equal CURVED segments using Photoshop CC. Curved segments are drawn with the pen tool. These procedures will work for Photoshop CS5 and above. Some of the menus will vary depending on your Photoshop version.
Magnetic Lasso Tool in Photoshop: In this Photoshop tutorial, we are going to explain to you the use of another selection tool, that is, the Magnetic Lasso Tool. The Magnetic Lasso Tool is one of three Lasso Tools in Photoshop. Magnetic Lasso Tool is an edge sensing tool, which automatically finds and clings to the edges of your object once you click and move your cursor around it.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to add text into pictures using Photoshop.
In this Photoshop tutorial, I will show you how to create a giant sinkhole, a huge hole in the ground in the middle of a big city. We will then use color grading techniques to give our image a cinematic look.
Photoshop Tutorials January 2014: Here is a list of some fresh and helpful Photoshop tutorials that have been selected out of various websites. This is our first new collection of the year 2014. Some of the best tutorials that surfaced in January 2014 have been included here.
In this tutorial, you will create a custom name street sign design in Photoshop.
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