Corey show you how to create a box layout using some simple masking techniques.

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  1. Robert 22 October, 2010 at 17:41 Reply

    Hello corey great tutorials i have learned loads using your tutorials and this website is a really handy resource.

    I haven’t been using photoshop for that long.. well i haven’t used it in detail and this may sound a silly question but how do you set your photoshop background, Like the abstract one you are using behind your document in this tutorial. Is it a plug in or is it just an image you have opened ? Would be great if any one could help.

    All the best. 🙂

  2. Jim 23 October, 2010 at 01:50 Reply

    Corey, I’ve come across the video tutorials of Stephanie Valentin on Youtube. I’ve found them fascinating and useful in my model texturing efforts. I thought you might be interested, maybe in adapting her techniques in a Planet Photoshop tutorial.

    Just search Youtube for Stephanie Valentin.

  3. Drew 23 October, 2010 at 02:27 Reply

    I am intrigued to know the fonts as well. As soon as they popped up it was the first thing I thought of. Great tut as usual

  4. vyper 23 October, 2010 at 07:00 Reply

    you should really present at the beginning of the video the end resault 😀 it’s very important for us to see where are we heading twords

  5. Nisse 23 October, 2010 at 12:40 Reply

    Hey! Whatäs the name of the font you use for the names? I think it’s really interesting fonts…Cool picture btw, and nice tutorial 😉

  6. Nisse 23 October, 2010 at 12:41 Reply

    Hey! What’s the name of the font you use for the names? I think it’s really interesting fonts…Cool picture btw, and nice tutorial 😉

  7. Lyle 31 October, 2010 at 20:30 Reply

    Thanks Corey,
    I always like your tuts whether its planet photoshop, the photoshop guys or layers(now extinct). It always givesm me great inspiration for my future projects.

  8. Bob Ghodsi 24 December, 2010 at 13:30 Reply

    Hi Corey:
    When I open up two images in photoshop cs4, I only see one image in layer pallette and scrren. I can access the other image by utilizing arrange document imenu icon. In some of your video lessons, when you open images on monitor, you can see both images at the samse time. Can you explain to me how you accomplish this?

    Thanks

  9. Trish 11 February, 2011 at 09:56 Reply

    Hi Corey,

    Great tutorial but being a beginner, you spoke and worked so fast I found it difficult to keep up with you…sorry. You also did things like colouring, triplicating etc and I was totally lost. As you do this all the time, it’s the tiny stuff that learners miss out on.
    Just needed to let you know that as much as I want to follow your instructions, you still lost me 🙁

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