How to create an awesome logo (part 1)
Adobe Photoshop I will use Adobe Photoshop CS2 to design this logo. Many insist that only Illustrator is needed for this, but I believe that for the convenience of most…

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Create an amazing british style text effect (part 3)
5. Adding crumbs Step 1 Create a work path from the text, create a new layer below layer 1, name it Crumbs and circle the outline with the Crumbs brush:…

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How to draw a realistic airplane (part 2)
Next, duplicate the circle, paint over black and resize it so that the new circle fits into the outer ring of the gray circle. Then duplicate the black circle again.…

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Creating Advanced Animations in Photoshop: Learning New Techniques (part 2)

Step 2: Layer Styles Applied to the Image as a Whole
To fix this, I need to remove the white background. Earlier, I told you that we can modify a smart object to hide additional layers. In this example, I want to demonstrate a different way.

As long as there is an expressive contrast between tones, we can use the Overlay If option to remove the background. Double-click on the layer of the smart object to open the panel of layer styles, and move the slider for the Overlay if option, the background will not disappear:
Step 3: Configure the Overlay If If slider. (Larger version)
After that, right-click on a layer in the layers palette and select the option “Convert to Smart Object”. We will get a new smart object that will save the changes we made: Continue reading

Create Advanced Animations in Photoshop: Putting It All Together (part 1)

Using a template layer with animating smart objects
Since smart objects can contain several layers, we can create temporary layers, which helps us create more complex animations. For example, in the animation effect below, I created a red dot that moves in a circle. Usually this effect is not easy, and it requires a lot of key frames. With the help of smart objects we can use layers – templates and simplify the whole process.

Let’s look at how this is done:
The red dot moves in a circle
In the scene below, I created two layers: one with a red dot (“Dot”), and the second with a big gray circle (“Template Shape”). I added separator marks to the large gray circle to more clearly demonstrate the effect of the move: Continue reading

How to create bright, colorful, juicy 3D in a summer way - text (part 2)
5. Create materials: Add a convex texture Step 1 Choose for the first letter in the tabs “Material of the front bulge”, click on the icon of the folder “Relief”…

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Creating an Isometric Pixel Character (part 2)
Create a new layer. To make the eyes, we simply use two pixels, and one empty pixel between them. Step one pixel away from one eye, draw a vertical line:…

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Create Advanced Animations in Photoshop: Putting It All Together
How to create a watch with moving hands We use the template layer method to create a clock animation with rotating hands. And also apply layer styles to add depth…

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A complete guide to retouching photos and sharing frequencies in Photoshop (part 1)
1. Getting Started with a Raw File We start with a Raw file or high quality image. If you want to follow me and follow all the steps in parallel,…

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