In this tutorial, Stephen shows you the difference between scene position and camera position when animating 3D objects in Photoshop.
In this video, Stephen goes over some of the basic setup requirements for animating 3D objects in Photoshop CS6.
In this tutorial, Stephen Burns shows you how to make clean masks for difficult selections by using channels.
Working on a children’s book has given me the opportunity to deeply engage my imagination. Specifically, I’ve been dressing up animals with patterns. Doing so has allowed me to play around with custom shapes, layer styles, and blend modes. The process is incredibly fun! Today, I’d like to share some of the remarkable things I’ve learned using a toy rhinoceros as the subject.
With this Remove White Background action, it is easy and quick to extract your drawings and work on your sketches to achieve a completely new look. Take a look at the examples, find inspiration and bring your sketches alive easier without the background.
Lesa Snider shows some creative uses for the refine edge command.
Using Photoshop CS6 to create selective softening effects using the new on-screen Blur Filters. Mix and match among the three filters for a variety of depth-of-field and tilt-shift effects. Step One: Open Choice Image Open…
Lesa explores the new Content Aware Move tool in Photoshop CS6.