14 Weekly top quality Photoshop tutorials useful for WebDevelopers
You may be tired, you may not have slept in a while but you gotta have time for some Adobe Photoshop tutorials and not any of them, some good quality ones.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a nice looking layout.
Learn how to make this simple and clean menu bar
Today, I was browsing around some templates and came upon quite an interesting concept, which gave me the idea for this tutorial. Basically, it’s quite a simple technique to use with a pen tool, but it does create some really sweet results. Get ready to create a 3D Retro Strip in a series of simple steps.
Learn how to create your very own set of custom hard drive icons.
This tutorial is quite a long one, so I would go get a drink now if I were you, OK we are going to make a MacBook Pro in Photoshop using shapes and different blending options, combining these two simple things we get a realistic vector outcome which can be used in many different situations, so…let’s begin.
Let’s get our own share of typography with this dark and grungy poster. No, this is not your typical design, as we’ll be ‘breaking the grid’ in hope of creating a dynamic and exciting layout. So grab the usual tools of the trade, Photoshop and Illustrator, and follow these steps into creating your own solution.
When I first saw the Viget Inspire Blog, I was very impressed. The background just grabs and pulls the reader right in. After studying it for a while, I still couldn’t determine if it was made from an actual painting or if it was all created from scratch in Photoshop. Regardless of how it was created, it makes for a great looking design. In this tutorial, I will you show you my own technique for creating this type of background.
In this lesson I will describe the process of drawing a plant and drawing drops of water on its leaves.
Learn how to design a nice looking gaming layout with some nice gloss effects.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to draw a wooden frame. We’ll place a photo inside the frame, add some reflection and dirt to the glass, then place the frame on a wall. You can take your favorite picture and make it look like it’s hung in your home. Let’s get started!
Recently I had the opportunity to design the header for a friends blog, he wanted a Lettermans Jacket effect but wanted to be able to control the colors and text so we created the jacket from scratch in Photoshop.
Before we start, we need to have 5 different images. A nice sky as background, a cone-shaped mountain, patch of grasses, some roots and bushes.