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Newest Tutorials

Photoshop » Effects — about 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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Sometimes you might want to add a stroke to a stroke on the same layer in Photoshop. Thankfully with a simple technique you can.
Photography » Basics — about 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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If you have Photoshop CS3 you can automatically merge two different photographs to create a new one, with Photoshop doing all of the hard work for you.
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — about 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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Simple images sharpening using the High Pass Filter
Photoshop » Basics — about 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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How to sample colours from outside Photoshop for use in your Photoshop artwork
Photoshop » Basics — about 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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Photoshop doesn't come with the same one-click ability as Illustrator to make the fill of shapes or objects transparent. Here's a workaround.
Illustrator » Basics — over 10 years ago
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Opacity Masks are all over the web. Here's a short tutorial on how they work in Illustrator and how you can use them in your designs.
Illustrator » Basics — over 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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The twirl tool is a great tool that can make complex and eye-catching objects in no time. Here's one way to use it.
Illustrator » Basics — over 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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The star tool and opacity masks make it easy to make eye-catching glossy badges for websites and user interface designs. Here's an example of how to do it, including a downloadable Illustrator file to work with.
Illustrator » Basics — over 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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A simple tip for quickly repeating objects and paths that can lead to some great effects.
Illustrator » Basics — over 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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Making circular shapes and patterns in Illustrator is straightforward using a simple technique. Here's how to save yourself some time.
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