Apr 07, 2011 — 0 comments
Creating an Action Movie Poster in Photoshop. In this Photoshop tutorial, we are going to create a simple action movie poster using pre-existing images. We will be working with Filters, blend modes and adjustment layers.
Add a doll cam effect to any photo using Photoshop
Learn how to design an ominous poster using a range of professional techniques. You’ll master complex extraction, texturing, blending, 3D font creation and much more in this expert tutorial!
If the apply image tool in Photoshop is something that has confused you, then this is the tutorial for you! We walk you through a range of possibilities for the tool in a series of in depth casestudies.
In this new tutorial we will learn how to create a realistic (and delicious!) looking cookie with some great frosting details in Photoshop. By following this fun tutorial you will be able to learn some bevel, emboss and bump textures effects that you can apply in any design.
In this tutorial we will create a realistic rainbow and add it to our photo. This is an easy Photoshop tutorial, aimed at beginners with detailed explanations at each step.
Consider yourself a fan of fashion and fiction? This month’s visually stunning Photoshop tutorial will encourage you to take a walk on the wild side when it comes to artistic endeavours.
First, you need to download Filter Forge from the Plugin website. Once you download it, run the installation file, and that’s it! It will be added inside Photoshop under the Filter menu. Easy to install.
Today, I’m going to show you how use shapes and Layer styles in Photoshop CS5 to design a cool Apple WWDC logo. You will learn an idea to make a nice logo by following this and you will find not many technical skills will be involved. Layered PSD file included.
In this lesson, Bill Kladis is going to cover how to make correct alpha channels for translucent materials. A must know for all artists, so check it out!
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