Your Favourite Photoshop Tutorials in One Place
Textures to Images for extra ‘Oomph’
In this little Photoshop tutorial we’ll be designing a quick art piece, then we’ll be adding some texture to it, this is to demonstrate the use of texture in artwork,you can finish off by adding a few layers with solid colors in them, then mess with the layer modes and opacities.
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 we’re going to create a metallic effect using layer styles and gradients that you can apply to different objects. We’ll put it on a nice background and create a style for lettering that makes it look like it’s embedded into the metal. And there you have it, the finished product!
In this tutorial we are going to create a textured tag that you can use in your website designs. Adding textured elements to modern web designs is a current trend. Creating texture is a lot of fun. It makes design elements that you create unique. Let me know if you find a cool use for your own tag design.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a very awesome poster in just 10 steps. This tutorial will be done by Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, but you can use other tools instead if you find something nicer.
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.
Have you wished to design a floral pattern to do your DIY sewing or home decoration projects, by your own hand? Or to sew a dress from fabric with an absolutely unique pattern? This tutorial will show you how to make a beautiful, flowing, fantasy floral pattern 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.