Photoshop Tutorials Basics
There’s a lot of question and debate over effectiveness of watermarking digital art or photography. Some people think you can use them legitimately as an anti-theft mechanism, making it harder for people to rip off your hard-worked art.
I am sure you have seen plenty of times these gradient-looking glosses on websites, banners and all sorts of buttons. They are there, they make objects shiny and don’t stand out too much. Then you and lied to yourself “Ha! I can do this myself in a snap, it’s easy as pie”.
Today’s tutorial, Part 26: The Preset Manager is a bonus tutorial in this series and will explain how to use Photoshop’s preset manager to help you manage your collection of Photoshop brushes, gradients, swatches, and more. Let’s get started!
We received a lot of e-mails about how you can open AI and EPS files with Photoshop and how to use them without losing the quality of the vector in the process. To answer your questions, this article will show you everything you need to know about it.
Hello everybody, welcome to another tutorial from photoshop plus. In todays tutorial we’ll be delving into a bit of PSD to HTML coding. Mainly aimed at beginners I’ll be showing you how to design and code your first vertical navigation.
This tutorial aims to solve some common problems associated with brushes as well as organisation tips to aid in a more efficient Digital Painting workflow in Adobe Photoshop.
I thought that today I’d try a video tutorial. I chose the topic of split screen editing, as I’ve been creating buttons this week and split screen editing is a real lifesaver. If you’re fed up with zooming in and out to appreciate your fine details edits, then fear no more…
In This tutorial we will will learn how to use the Transform tools in our Digital Painting projects, we will learn some Tips for Free Transform, Additional Options, Warp option and I will showcase some examples of how you can use these techniques in your work flow.