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Adding Texture to your Artworks
Lots of designers would like to add texture to their designs rather than direct painting. There are many ways to carry out. Here is a nice example to show you to apply the texture using texture paper.
In this tutorial we are going to create a wood texture and apply some artwork on top of it that has an aged paint feel. To begin, make a new document as shown below. Noise always helps make artificial things look more organic.
This tutorial is going to demonstrate you how to apply texture to a uneven surface. Flatly applying a texture across a whole image (as a means to age it or degrade it) is simple stuff. Realistically applying a texture to an uneven surface is much more difficult as more photoshop techniques are required.
In this time, we will focus on the big picture steps taken to create this image. You’ll learn some incredible techniques in this tutorial, and get a view into how the designer creates beautiful photo-manipulation based images. You can also apply the techniques into your image.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create some line patterns. Sometimes, it will be nice to create your background with this kind of style. Easy, fast & simple! To create this, user has to be aware of contrast and brightness.
In this video tutorial you will learn how texture a 3D logo scene outside its native environment. Working with the pen tool select the appropriate surfaces, apply textures and use blend modes for stunning results.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate you how to create the awesome retro. Sometimes, it is better to apply the retro for your background rather than an image. As retro creation is relatively simpler. You can create your own retro easily by changing the color setting.
This is a video tutorial. It will show you how to create some realistic water drop in 5 mins. The basic idea of how to create water drops is that they are a bit complex, they have highlights, shadows, transparencies, inner shadows and inner highlights. The best thing is that we can create all of those effects using the Layer Styles in Photoshop.
This tutorial is about making a “mac” style background. You can use these in all sorts of situations, including the obvious – your desktop as well as part of your designs or for corporate work (powerpoint presentations, flash work etc). For the final touches a tinge of black is overlayed on bottom right and a bit more white is overlayed on the top left. But these are inconsequential changes.