Apr 07, 2011 — 7 comments
Today we will review a few tricks that allow you to quickly select multiple objects in the Layers panel. I must confess that I recently had no idea about the existence of such opportunities. So far for me Shift + click has served as the only way to select multiple sublayers or layers in the panel. But it takes a while, isn't it? So let's simplify our workflow...
In this tutorial we will cover a technique for creating a Long Shadow effect using the Stylism plug-in, which will allow us to control the parameters of the effect using the annotation system. Long Shadow is a popular trend today which is why I think this tutorial will be useful for you.
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In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a vibrant and surrealistic light and bubbles effect. We’ll learn about layer modes, the Liquify tool, and the brush tool. This effect is good for creating an eye-catching poster or flyer. Try to experiment with light and color as much as you can!
A beginners guide to 3ds Max. This is a very popular piece of software used for modeling 3D objects and scenes, and is a premier 3D software for animation in games and TV and movies. Read this to see if 3D design is your path to success!
Through this article, I'd like show you how to CSS3 icons of metro style. You can free download the CSS3 metro style icons created by me and then edit it for your own use.
In Photoshop the images are made of different layers and the appearance of those images mostly depend on how the layers are designed as well as stacked together. The following step by step tutorial can make it clear to all photo professionals.
Learn how to create a magical scene, where a girl’s reading book comes to life and explodes with a fantasy world.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create realistic vector fire, using the Gradient Mesh Tool and Screen Blending mode. Believe me, there’s nothing overly complicated. Let’s strike a match!
Photographer Gary Tyson tested out a cheap VTech watch-camera on the streets of Hong Kong—and the results are surprising
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