Explained Photoshop Tutorials

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    Photoshop Interface Explained

    In this tutorial I will guide you through the interface so at the end of this article you will have a pretty good understanding of the Photoshop interface.

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    Papercraft Text Effect

    Wired Magazine introduced on the September 2008 issue a new headline design created by Mario Hugo. This cool headline design struck me with its beauty and simplicity. So I decided to turn this effect into a Photoshop tutorial. Although the effect is a bit different, all credit should be given to Mario Hugo. Since he designed a custom typeface for these head ... Read More

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    Blue glow dreamy portrait

    Make a dreamy portrait by playing with glow and colours. Made with PS CS2 and explained with detailed steps for beginners. ... Read More

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    Tutorial: Create A Retro Cosmic Design in Photoshop

    This tutorial will teach you how to recreate the Retro Cosmic designs made popular by James White of Signalnoise. All you need is a copy of Photoshop and some time on your hands. In this particular example were going to create a retro cosmic rainbow but the techniques explained can be used in combination with any shape and colour. ... Read More

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    How to Create a Realistic Fountain Pen

    In this tutorial, you'll learn to design a realistic calligraphy pen from scratch. The tutorial involves a simple use of the Pen Tool and a few flexible Layer Styles. Lighting and reflection techniques are explained throughout the tutorial. This might be a quite useful for icon enthusiasts. Let's dive in... ... Read More

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    Achieve Brilliant Lighting Effects in Photoshop

    Lighting effects can make or break any digital artwork. When done properly, lighting can add visual impact, draw the viewer's eye, convey depth and emotion, and tie together all the elements of the piece for a quality finished result. However, achieving brilliant lighting is not always an easy task, particularly for newer digital artists. Perfecting ... Read More