Create Advanced Animations in Photoshop: Timeline Panel Overview (part 1)
Timeline Panel Overview By opening the timeline panel (Window> Timeline), you can choose one of two types of timeline: video and frame animation. The latter is intended for frame-by-frame animation.…

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Create a beautiful abstract portrait (part 1)
1. Preparation of the portrait Step 1 Create a new document with a size of 2000 by 2850 pixels, a resolution of 300 pixels, with a transparent background, and then…

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Create a roughness logo in Photoshop
Stage 1: Logo Let's start by creating a logo in Photoshop. Here is its vector version made in Illustrator. You can copy it: Create a new Photoshop document. The background…

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Create a shiny shield (part 5)

Step 56
While holding down the CTRL key, click on the “ribbon front” layer to select it. Then create two layers named “ribbon front left refl” and “ribbon front right refl” on top of the “PREMIUM QUALITY” text layer.

Applying the same technique that we used earlier, subtract the necessary areas of selection with the Oval Tool, as shown in the figure. Then fill the selection with white:
Reduce the “Opacity” of both layers to 20%:

Step 57
While holding down the CTRL key, click on the “shield outer” layer to select it. Create a new layer under it called “shield shadow”, and fill the selection with black. Then, using the command Edit> Transform Path> Zoom, squeeze the black shape down: Continue reading

Creating an Isometric Pixel Character (part 1)

1. Lines in pixel graphics
These lines are the basis for the most common isometric style in pixel art. The style that we will use:
This style is created by placing two pixels on the same horizontal level and indenting the next level one pixel down. Such lines look relatively smooth and are used to create rhombuses:

Most lines with a similar structure look pretty good. But the more the slope becomes, the more uneven they look:

For contrast, here are examples of lines with a disproportionate structure:

They are angular and not very beautiful. Try not to use them. Continue reading

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:
Now add a new layer and draw a horizontal line under the eyes in two pixels – this will be the mouth. Move it down with the arrow keys. Then merge the top two layers. Similarly, you can create a chin, it will also be a horizontal line, only a little longer:

Repeat the same process to create the hair and upper part of the head, and then round the corners. You should get something like this:

Now leave one clear pixel to the right of the right eye, and after it add a whisker (which will also outline the ear) and a few more pixels that outline the hairline. After that, through another empty pixel from the whisker, draw a line that will mark the back of the head. And at the end, close the head line with one pixel: Continue reading

How to create bright, colorful, juicy 3D in a summer way - text (part 4)
14. Add more sand and shadow. Step 1 Duplicate the original sand layer, place it on top of all layers with “beach” elements, add a layer mask and fill it…

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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 create a clipping mask in Photoshop
Using clipping mask for fonts Step 1: Create a new document in Photoshop. If the document will be used on the Internet, I recommend setting the resolution to 72. Next,…

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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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