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Design a Transparent Website Layout in Photoshop
Under Photoshop Tutorial, UI Design
Would you like a Transparent Website Layout? It can be very useful if you would like to have a different theme for your website, but do not want to change too much of the design. Simply changing the background image can also give you a whole different feeling sometimes.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create an Address Book replacement icon for Mac OSX. As our previous icon tutorial, you may already be familiar with the icon creation. And this time, this will involve a bit more steps than others.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate you to make a special wallpaper. First step is to create blurred grass in the background. Set foreground color to dark green, background color to black. Then switch to gradient tool, and finally set blend mode to overlay!
If you fed up to use a web design button, maybe you can think of a realistic hi-fi button as your design interface. Using this kind of button may lead you to be more unique, as old fashion is sometimes more interesting and special than new style.
Some months back before the latest iMacs were released I was musing as to what a black iMac might look like. Being a Photoshopper, I decided to try making one. In case you’re wondering the typeface is Myriad Pro Semibold which looks quite similar to the typeface that Apple use.
In this tutorial, it will show you ways to adjust and blend multiple stocks together to create a seamless kaleidoscopic base for an artwork. The tutorial also cover basic etching techniques, look at some new layer-masking methods and have a play with different kinds of blur effects.