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1. Open a new document, any size - fill the background with (#004477) note i used (200x200 for the size)
2. Now click Filter > Sketch > Halftone Pattern and enter these values: (size:1; contrast:5; pattern type:dot).
1. Open a new document any size will do, make sure the colour pallet is set to default (black and white). Then we do a cloud filter.. Filter > Render > Clouds
2. Filter > Render > Difference Clouds - repeat this step 2 MORE times:
1. Create New Document 300x300px with White background and set the foreground to #3C3C3C and the background in white, now apply Filter>Render>Clouds
2. Apply Filter>Blur>Radial Blur
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, March 2007
This is a fun tutorial for adding a Spectacular Explosion to your graphics or website. The author works in Photoshop Special Effects to take you through his seven steps. The directions are easy to read with illustrations.
. Make a new image (File > New or Ctrl+N) with 770px in width and 400px in height:
2. Create a new layout (Layer > New > Layer or Shift+Ctrl+N). Set your foreground color to black and background color to white, then go to Filter > Render > Clouds.
1. Create a new image (File > New or Ctrl+N):
2. Create a new layer (Layer > New > Layer or Shift+Ctrl+N).
3. Press D on your keyboard to reset your colors.
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, March 2007
This tutorial in Photoshop Drawing Techniques will show you how to create the Rumpled Picture Effect in Photoshop. The author provides a very good example with a three step outline. each step has good graphics.
Open your favorite image. <br/>Duplicate layer and call the duplicate Layer 2. Set its blending mode to "Hard Light." <br/>Select Layer 1 and apply Stained Glass filter (Filter > Texture > Stained Glass). Here are the settings:
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, March 2007
This article written for Photoshop will show you how to recreate the World Cup Germany 2006 Logo. The same techniques can be used to make your own logos in this style as well. The article is easy to read and loaded with illustratio...
1. Make a new document, anysize doesn't matter. Now press "D" on your keyboard to reset the foreground and background colors to black and white. Make sure your background is black.
2. Make a Lens Flare right in the middle of your canvas: