Your Favourite Photoshop Tutorials in One Place
In this tutorial, it is going to show how to create one smoking woman using a couple source pics, and just a few of the features associated with Phoenix. So follow along. With the magic of Phoenix, you’ve created the smoking woman of your dreams.
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 show you how to create a retro style design or vintage collage style. We will use images from old ads, handwritten texts, patterns, and other things to give to our design a vintage look. Hope you enjoyed this tutorial.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a water text effect. Even though it might look compex it’s a very simple effect. We will use Illustrator for the text, then Cinema 4D to make it a 3D text and Photoshop to mix the 3D with some real photos to create a nice and realistic result.
In this tutorial, it is going to show you how to create a “Magical Rainbow Color Flame” in Photoshop. It is simple and nice. As you just need to create few curves like the flame shape, then you can start to add up and work out the special colorful flame.
In this tutorial, it will display you how to design a colorful spectrum effect in Photoshop. It is always nice to design something like cartoon character with the colorful spectrum background. Using the photoshop brushes, you can design the spectrum in the way you want.
You can form an Abstract creation by grouping lots of different shapes and different sorts of image together. However, to form an awesome one, you need to spend some times to size, adjust the color or plus adding some effects.
Balance within an abstract piece of art is not a simple matter of ratios or obeying hard-and-fast rules. Instead, it has more to do with finding harmony among each of the elements competing for the viewer’s attention. By giving certain elements more prominence, you allow the viewer’s eye to move purposefully through the work without becoming lost or jaded.