Your Favourite Photoshop Tutorials in One Place
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In this tutorial, it will show you how to create an Alpha Channel using the Calculations dialog and you will use it to get a really great abstract photo effect.This technique can also work for creating multiple versions of the same image in different colors.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to demonstrate a wall paper on your mobile phone as well as design the background to present it. Before you are finished with the design you need to work more on the details and add some more things to it.
In this tutorial, it is going to show you how to create a firey explosion scene. To complete this, a lot of blending mode functions will be applied. The user will get much familiar with this in order to make a nice scene. The users need to have experiment and keep trying to bring the life explosion scene.
In this tutorial, it shows you how to create the Spectrum that is a default style in Fireworks. After that change the Blend Mode to Overlay. This rectangle will be on top of the other elements. The result will be as the thumbnail.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create the light stream picture. The original picture is from NASA site. Take a smallish hard brush and just scribble in different colours. Basically just play around until you come up with something you like. Here is mine with a few more light streams added.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate you to create “Vista Lighting Effect”. You can really transform an ordinary wallpaper to something extraordinary. For add effect, you can add some extra color into it using Color Balance Layers.
In this tutorial, it will show a simple technique for creating brilliant light streaks which can be used in different ways to add motion and brightness to your designs. By using Wave, you can achieve some very nice looking irregular paths for your light.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate that the steps how you can do the entire illustration process in much the same way as was done before computers. In the non-digital world, you would start with an inked line drawing on illustration board.