In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to load multiple files as layers.
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In this subscriber only tutorial I will show you how to design a nightclub flyer in Photoshop.
This is the follow-up tutorial to the Game of Thrones poster tutorial. In this video, I’ll show you how to create a sword using shapes and layer styles. Then we’ll replace the “T” from the poster with the sword. If you haven’t seen the original Game of Thrones tutorial, you can watch it here. If […]
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create some fun Halloween effects. We’ll use the brush tool to create fangs and blood for the vampire image, and layer styles to create a very cool scar.
In this Subscriber Only Tutorial I will show you how to create a cool looking retro effect, similar to those see in Instagram. We’ll also record every step of the tutorial using actions so you can later apply this same effect to any image just with the click of a button! Don’t foget to download […]
In this Subscriber Only Tutorial I will show you how to create an amazing photo-realistic 3D illustration using a simple pencil sketch and a few paths.
As you will see in this tutorial, Photoshop’s 3D capabilities are very powerful, and simple to use.
In this Subscriber Only Tutorial I will show you how to use the powerful Puppet Warp tool to change a person’s facial features.
By adding points to the mesh in the Puppet Warp tool you can click and drag them to shape a nice smile, adjust the shape of the nose, eyebrows and ears.
In this tutorial we’ll use a Photoshop tool called “Photomerge” to “stitch”images together to make a panorama shot, and we’ll use the Adaptive Wide Angle filter to fix any distortions made by the merging process
In this Subscriber Only Tutorial I will show you how to create a line drawing from a photo. We’ll use a combination of filters and adjustment layers to achieve this effect. I’ve also included a Photoshop Action to make this a simple 1-click process!