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The Color Replacement tool is one of those new tools that doesn't receive a whole lot of attention in the vast array of new features introduced in Adobe Photoshop CS. It is, nevertheless, a handy little gizmo, one that consolidates several functions found in previous versions of Photoshop and allow...
In this tutorial I will teach you how to add some color to a black and white image. You can view the example and the changes we will be making to it below:
Color theory encompasses a multitude of definitions, concepts and design applications. All the information would fill several encyclopedias. As an introduction, here are a few basic concepts.
In this tutorial we will be creating a rock texture. This can be used for many things including stone walkways, grave stones, and even textures for 3d programs. It's a fairly easy effect to master and it produces very cool results. Let's get started.
Create a new file in Photoshop by clicking on File>Open. Click on
Set Foreground Color. Choose brown color or a shade of brick color. Click on OK. Select the Paint Bucket Tool. Click on your canvas. It will fill the background with brown color.
Create a New document any size you wish, I chose 800x600, this gives me enough room to work. Make the Background white and then create a new layer above it and using your Rectangle marquee tool draw you out a tall rectangle that is about the coordinates of a sheet of paper.
First of all, you will need Photoshop (which I am using here) or a similar piece of software. Secondly, you need a simple asphalt texture. To save your time, you can use one of those which come with 3ds max (if you have it, that is). I used Asphalt3.jpg which is located in the maps/concrete folder. ...
Have you ever seen those cool looking abstract desktop backgrounds people are making? Turns out they aren't so hard to make! Follow this tutorial to learn how to make some of the coolest designs possible in PhotoShop.
1. Start with your new doument.Create a New layer and rename it to "Background". Set your background color to #993300 and foreground color to #663300.
Now Select Linear Gradient Tool and Fill this layer with Linear Gradient from Upper Left to Lower Right.
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, March 2007
This interesting article in Photoshop will show you how to use Photo Editing to create a Matrix Effect. The author has an eight step outline with very good graphic examples of your progress, as well as screenshots.