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Webmasters who look to create a professional looking Notebook or Journal themed website, often run into problems with a repeating background that is believable to the user. This tutorial will teach you how to create a notebook or journal background, and we will soon publish a tutorial on how to make...
1. First, I will explain what a Boolean does in brief. Booleans are modeling tools that let you add, subtract, and intersect space within 2 objects. They are very effective for modeling out space within objects, such as a glass of water.
1. Create a new document in photoshop (about 650x600 should be fine), and fill it with a dark background:
2. Now select your your rounded rectangle shape tool from the tool bar:
3. Drag a rectangle out leaving a little space around the edges of your document for the background:
1. If and Else statements are special pieces of code that tell your server to do something under a certain condition. If and Else statements therefore are conditional statements. An example of a likely piece of code that uses these statements is:
1. Create a primitive Cube object (Objects > Primitive > Cube):
2. In the attributes palette, set it up as follows:
We created 3 segments in each dimension for when we start editing the points. Creating 3 in each dimension will divide our cube like this:
1. Start off by creating a new document in photoshop, 322x296
Create the layout of your shoutbox, make sure you leave a space for, Name and Message fields, also a window for the shouts to be displayed in.
1. First select your Bezier Spline Tool:
2. If you have ever worked with the pen tool in photoshop, this is basically the same tool except with 3 dimensions. Switch to your 4 port view by clicking F5:
Create a particle emitter (Object > Particle > Emitter). An emitter is an object that will generate multiple versions of the same object and move them in the Z direction. We can use particle emitters for almost anything that has multiple of the same object.
In this tutorial I am going to teach you how to create your own relative date function.
1. Create a new document in Photoshop (mine is 500x500 and I used a black background). Now apply a color balance layer (Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance) with the following settings: