• Custom resources in Photoshop

    This tutorial will teach you how to install custom resources to Photoshop. Custom resources are resources that are not by default in Photoshop. When you install them, you will have them in Photoshop, they will stay linked even when you exit the application. Resources differ by type – styles, shapes, patterns, gradients, swatches, actions. The […]

  • From design to prepress

    Follow this tutorial and learn new things. Learn how to design a poster, differences between RGB and CMYK, how to find the middle of an image and the most rewarding how to prepare an image for printing. Outcome: Girl in this poster is Kate Upton. Resources: If you wish to follow this tutorial completely you […]

  • Create a Beautiful Dark Texture in Photoshop

    Learn how to create a detailed stone texture that can be used in user interface design in Photoshop. You will be able to complete this tutorial in about 10 to 15 minutes. We will create a reusable pattern that easily can be accessed later on in Photoshop, when you need something more interesting than a pitch-black fill!

  • The Very Best of Adobe MAX 2010 for Designers and Developers

    MAX is the annual Adobe keynote event. At this event designers and developers meet up to discuss what is going on in the industry. Moreover, MIX is a great spotlight to showcase cool features of the latest Adobe applications and methods. We have collected some of the keynotes that we found worth watching, maybe you will like them too!

  • Create Flowing Harmonic Fibers in Photoshop

    Detailed tutorial that teaches you how to create high-quality ready to be printed flowing harmonic fibers in Photoshop. This effect is suitable for creating backgrounds for all kinds of digital art.

  • Efficient Expert Tips to Make Anti-Aliasing Your Bitch in Photoshop

    Photoshop’s anti-aliasing works in the most cases very well. There are however, some occasions when you want to get more crisp edges. This article addresses this issue and introduces efficient ways of controlling the anti-aliasing in Adobe Photoshop.

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