Photoshop Tutorials Textures
In this video tutorial you will complete a composition from scanned images and textures. You will learn how to use the pen tool, experiment with blending Modes, expose yourself to Displace filter, short cuts and others. At completing the tutorial, experiment with your own scans and textures to come up with a creative composition.
This tutorial will show you how to create realistic effects of running water which you can apply to water taps, hoses, or even with some tweaking, a waterfall! You will learn how to use blend modes, the warp tool and how to create realistic textures using clouds, plastic wraps and apply some chrome effects.
Have you ever thought about adding textures to your high-resolution digital photographs to give them a worn or damaged look? Or how about adding scratches to make them less digital and more film like? I present several quick and easy ways to apply this effect using grungy textures that can be found virtually anywhere. I also explain how to create a library of textures that you can use anytime you wish. To help get you started, I have made several of my own textures available for free.
When making any type of image that looks a bit plain and boring, the best way to make these sorts of images look better is to simply apply a texture over the top of your background or specific part of the document (e.g. Text) and it is much easier than you may think...
This tutorial shows you how u could enhance a boring piece of wood into a impressive wooden texture that you use for many purposes