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Special Spectrum Design for CD Cover
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a CD cover with special spectrum design. Some useful methods of enhancing workflow and efficiency are shown like using smart objects. The image we are creating will be in the style of some of the Ministry of Sound CD’s.
In this tutorial, it is going to show you how to create a very nice abstract combination scene. Lots of good designs scenes are based on different images. To create this, you need to pick a few of right images to make this combination. Hopefully, this tutorial can give you an idea to initiate your combination products.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate you how to adding some colorful abstract effect the image. It will be nice, if yo use the same idea to your personal image. This tutorial has been used many different nice scenes and techniques.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a very nice abstract image in photoshop. The designer creates images combining vectors and blend modes to create astonishing designs. You can use the same sort of idea to create same style with different color.
This tutorial explains you how to create a energetic, vibrant, colorful wallpaper, like the ones available at Color Charge. Then you will be able to know how to add some glowing and vibrating color effects, and finally polish your drawing.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will work through the steps to make of a digital photo manipulation called Color Combustion. You’ll use a few simple techniques, and combine a whole heap of images together to make a wonderful creative collage.
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 let you have a go one of the most effective and easily mastered techniques that is used for making striking, dynamic distortions of subjects, although the technique can be adapted to any objects that you wish to feature in your work, such as cars or trees.