So, I wanted to share with you a little experiment of mine I have been playing with this week. You can see how I sketch the letters out first instead of using a font.
This technique largely grew out of frustration because, a while back, I was doing a project and needed a really realistic branding effect on a wood grain. Every tutorial I found just fell short of…
So many of you of course have heard about the big release of Lightroom CC yesterday and we were of all over it. Our very own Scott Kelby along with RC Concepcion did a total…
See how you can search and add specialized brushes from GraphicStick.com designed specifically for Photoshop.
Learn how to utilize stock textures to dress you 3D creations in Photoshop CC with graphic elements from Graphicstock.com.
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This is a cool grid effect I did back in my first book, Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks for Designers, and I thought it lent itself nicely to a wedding-themed design. With a few updated tricks for this technique, you can definitely have some fun with your wedding images.
Several years ago, Adobe had an interesting little application called Adobe Dimensions. This standalone program was limited yet powerful, as it could create 3D PostScript vector art, which could be imported into Illustrator or Photoshop to create interesting 3D effects.