Posts Tagged ‘Tutorials’

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Photoshop Tutorials To Improve Your Modeling and Design Skills

You have to use Adobe Photoshop for a really long time to understand its potential completely. There are many things you can do using its endless features. You need to discover them and decide how to use them in new and innovative ways to create the creative, beautiful and realistic digital art. In this article, we look at Photoshop in a different way: as a tool for designers to create realistic objects and 3D models.

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Below you'll find over 50 Photoshop tutorials that teach you how to create beautiful realistic objects and 3D models. Let's see what it takes to turn Photoshop into a design workspace.

We also have plenty of tutorials on using Photoshop to improve the quality of your images:

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40 Beautiful Grunge Photoshop Tutorials

Grunge is a popular trend that attempts to give designs a more organic and realistic look. It also provides a stark contrast to the simplistic, polished, and rigid "web 2.0" trend, opting instead for a less uniform and more elaborate form of design.

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We've discussed grunge style in modern web design before, as well as the tips and tricks to achieving the grunge look. Now, it's time to put theory into practice by finding ways to infuse grunge thems into your artwork using Photoshop. In this collection, we present to you 40 excellent, high-quality grunge Photoshop tutorials. So fire up Photoshop and get ready to get your hands… dirty!

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Beautiful Halloween Wallpapers And Halloween DIY-Tutorials

The Halloween is around the corner and the atmosphere is filled with pumpkins, skeletons, bonfires, horror movies and other scary things spread across the houses, stores and, of course, web sites. Just the right time to spice up your desktop and your designs with an appropriate Halloween spirit. And for this purpose you may use Halloween Photoshop Vectors or Halloween Icons (even more Halloween icons). Alternatively, you can change your desktop wallpaper and prepare some traditional pumpkin carvings.

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In this post we present some beautiful Halloween wallpapers, art works, recipes and tutorials for your scary Halloween party. All these screenshots are linked to their source.

You may also want to take a look at our Halloween Special from last year to get some more ideas for Halloween costumes, recipes and DIY-tutorials:

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35 Beautiful Vintage and Retro Photoshop Tutorials

With the recent post on retro and vintage in modern web design, it's time to put the theory into practice. We've scoured the Web to find some impressive Photoshop tutorials that can help you achieve an "old-fashioned" look-and-feel in your designs.

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In this post, we go back to the 1900's all theway to the 1980's to showcase a variety of vintage- and retro-inspired designs that involve poster art, collages and graphical elements. Whether you're into print design or web design, you'll find something you can use or build upon.

Without further ado, we present 35 high-quality vintage and retro Adobe Photoshop tutorials that may help your design... well, travel back in time.

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Adobe Illustrator Tutorials – Best Of: Part 2

It's been about 7 months since the original Illustrator Tutorials - Best Of was published, and in that time there have been many more noteworthy tutorials released. With all of that new content , it's only appropriate to put out a second edition of the best Illustrator tutorials. In this post you'll find some basic tutorials on getting started with certain aspects of Illustrator and some of its specific tools. You'll also find more advanced tutorials that deal with all of the potential that Illustrator brings to graphic design.

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Many of these tutorials have been developed by some of the best in the business, so you're sure to find plenty of new techniques and tricks to take your graphic design skills to a new level.

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40 Photoshop Tutorials On Rain Showers and Water Drops

With fall just around the corner, designers are looking for ways to complement their work with Fall imagery like water droplets, rain on leaves and fall rain showers. Including rain or water drops in a scene can be a nice effect because water is a very compelling element. As you’ll see in the tutorials below, water drops and rain can completely change the dynamic of a design or photo.

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Adding the illusion of water and rain to photographs using Photoshop can be a bit tricky. Many times the effect feels forced and cheesy, as if you’re looking at a grainy picture instead of an authentic rain shower. The tutorials below will give any designer inspiration for incorporating water scenes in fall designs and showcase some amazing water work by excellent designers. You’ll learn how to create realistic photos.

Here are some other tutorials and Photoshop tutorials from Smashing Magazine:

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WordPress Developer’s Toolbox

Web designers and developers are getting an increasing number of requests from clients for custom theme development, and a growing number of designers are also building their own themes to distribute for free or to sell as premium themes.

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With all of the WordPress development that is going on, there is a need for an organized collection of resources to educate, inspire and equip developers to improve the quality and efficiency of their work. This post provides all kinds of WordPress-related resources to do just that.

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Top 10 Killer Photoshop Combo Moves

Is time kickin' your ass? Well, learn to defend yourself! Master these killer Photoshop keyboard combos and you'll find yourself with more time for the important things (e.g. Facebook trivia questions). These combos assume you're using Photoshop CS3 on Windows platform with default keyboard shortcuts.

Top 10 Killer Photoshop Combos

10. Cloak of Invisibility
Remove everything from the screen except for your file.

  • F, F, F | Cycle through Screen Modes
  • Tab | Remove Tools and Palettes
  • Ctrl+H | Hide Extras (Grid, Guides, Slices, etc.)
  • Ctrl+R | Hide Rulers
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