This week Corey shows you how to use shape sand brush effects in Photoshop to create a cool Sci Fi effect.

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  1. SteveFromUK 5 November, 2010 at 17:27 Reply

    Many thanks for the tutorial Corey, I always look forward to watching them and getting some interesting and creative ideas.
    is it true that the first post always gets a free copy of Photoshop and wacom tablet ? 🙂

  2. Robin Kanters 6 November, 2010 at 07:21 Reply

    Wow Corey, cool tutorial!
    However, there are some things that I’d do more in a Dave Cross-kinda way, like making a Pattern adjustment layer for the grid, and using a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to change the grid’s color…
    Robin

  3. mostafa 7 November, 2010 at 15:34 Reply

    hey iam so glad about these tutorial
    but the problem that i cant see it when i i download it i download the magazine promo

  4. Zak 8 November, 2010 at 13:56 Reply

    I am using PS CS3 why when i use the rectangle tool does it create a layer mask instead of how it works in the video?

  5. SteveFromUK 9 November, 2010 at 17:18 Reply

    Zak, when using this tool you have 3 options which are available you on the top menu
    1 shape
    2 path
    3 pixel filled

    Corey chose the the path mode and then stroked it with a brush

    Hope this helps

  6. kartik 2 December, 2010 at 11:14 Reply

    really great tutorial….do you have 1 for getting the prince of persia(video game) effect on any other character?

  7. Mystro Designs 10 December, 2010 at 20:55 Reply

    hey guys, where are you getting the “T” from, i have goggled around and all the TRON font packs i have seen are not real, and have fake t’s

    did you edit it in.. or make it yourself?

  8. julian 21 January, 2011 at 13:37 Reply

    ok… so when i started, what exactly are you doing to prevent the first rectangle to show up without being a shape layer?

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