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Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, May 2005
Free the imprisoned woodsprite of your fat forested soul with the help of Adobe Photoshop. This tutorial takes you through the process of simulating wood.
1. Begin with a new file, size and color doesn´t matter. Then take the Text Tool and type in your text.<br/>2. Then go the layers palette and right click the layer and chose Blending Options and apply this settings...
1. Begin with a new file, I chose 300x200 with white as background color.
2. Create a new layer, then take the Gradient Tool and set the Mode to Difference, begin to draw the gradient from top to bottom a few times then can you go crazy all over the canvas...
1. Begin with a new file, size and color doesn´t matter, Then take the Text Tool and type in your text.
2. Then right click in the layers palette and chose Blending Options and apply this settings. ..
1. Begin with a new file, I choose 300x150, but any size will work, with black as your background color. Then create a new layer in the layers palette.
2. Now set your foreground color to white, then take the Line Tool and apply this settings...
In the stars tutorial you learned how to design a Star. In this part you will learn how to animate the Star.
1. Begin with a new file, 300x200, with #660000 as your background color, then create a new layer in the layers palette.
2. Take the Line Tool and do the settings as the image below shows. And set your foreground color to white.
3. Now hold down Shift while drawing the Line Tool...
1. Begin with a new file, 800x600, with a white background, then create a new layer in the layers palette, now press D and X to set your foreground color to white and the background color to black.
2. Now go to Filter>Render>Clouds, now should it look something like this...
In this easy tutorial im gonna show you how to make rounded corners.
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, May 2005
Forget about measuring your content boxes. This tutorial shows you how to create expandable ones for coding your web pages, proving that size doesn’t always matter.