Learn helpful tips and tricks in photoshop while making an a ad inspired by football season.

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  1. Alex 22 August, 2009 at 11:09 Reply

    Corey… YOU DA MAN!! I do some advertising for youth sports at my local YMCA, and this gave me some great new ideas to try!

  2. LeDriver 22 August, 2009 at 15:43 Reply

    Great idea Corey, i make one with hockey

    Some problem with your webpage, two vidéo open at the same time. (google chrome) with internet explorer the vidéo dont work.

  3. Jacques 23 August, 2009 at 19:14 Reply

    Where is the video?

    I can only see the one sentence ‘Learn helpful…’ and then the ‘Spread the word’ text, but no video or anything looking like there is supposed to be a video.

    Can someone please tell me where the videos for these tips are?

    Thank you
    Jacques

  4. chris owen 24 August, 2009 at 07:39 Reply

    Theres a problem with the video playing at the same time as the vid in the toolbar on the right hand side.

  5. Beth 25 August, 2009 at 22:40 Reply

    I learned a lot from this tutorial and put together a similar composite with photos of my daughter playing volleyball. It turned out great! Thanks for teaching me how to do it. I can’t wait until she sees it in the morning

  6. Ted 4 September, 2009 at 15:16 Reply

    This is great! I saw a similiar layout in a College Football Program and was wonder how to make the grid pattern layout. The video and lesson where easy to follow and worked out perfectly, I’ll use this technique in our high school football program. Thanks so much.

  7. Karl Bush 9 September, 2009 at 11:22 Reply

    Hey, this isn’t related to this particular tutorial but how can I complete a new paint job on a car in photoshop? Using the eyedropper tool to acquire accurate colors from website with vehicles.

  8. Jerry 22 December, 2009 at 18:04 Reply

    I am just a little past being a CS3 Extended Photoshop virgin and am trying to duplicate your Great tutorial ( since it didn’t look too hard). For some reason I keep making a “shape layer” when I begin drawing the lines, instead of drawing them on the background like you did. I also get a “Could not use magic wand because target is a fill layer” when I attempt to continue with the shape layer. I am using a PC version of Photoshop. Could you tell me where I am going wrong?

    Jerry

    PS
    please don’t what is wrong is that your using a PC!

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