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Texturing of Old Paper
In this tutorial, you will be able to learn the techniques to create a texturing old paper. It is preferably creating an old paper using photoshop to consume your time looking for it from archieves.
In this tutorial, it is going to explore you how to create a header in grungy style. Sometimes, it is nice to present your site in this grungy way. The substantial elements for this tutorial are the background texture and the cloth swatch effect. Here you can create your own style effect for the combination.
To some common Photoshop users, they may not be familiar to create a smudge signature. The procedure for this creation is not as complicate as you thought. You can generate your signature in few steps using blending mode’s function.
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, it will show you how to create an abstract background image using Photoshop. The design has a cool wavy pattern with interesting lighting effects. This is a combination of design effects. You will find it very useful to create another design pattern.
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 are going to create a wood texture and apply some artwork on top of it that has an aged paint feel. To begin, make a new document as shown below. Noise always helps make artificial things look more organic.
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.