Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin, Soviet pilot and cosmonaut, was the first human being to journey into outer space, when his Vostok spacecraft completed an orbit of the Earth on April 12, 1961. In this step-by-step Photoshop tutorial, I will show you how to create a striking vintage-style poster design inspired by Yuri’s journey into space. We will combine stock photos, textures and brushes with blend mode techniques and filters on our way to achive the final design. If you are ready to get started then let’s get to it!
Space is vast. Similarly, the range of stunning images of space is vast. I could sit and look through images of nebulae and galaxies for hours and never get bored. But what if we try to make our own space image? Read on to find out how we can fuse a number of techniques to create this beautiful image.
In this tutorial I will lead you through the process of creating vintage coupon in Photoshop. We combine basic shapes, textures, filters and stock images to achieve the final design. Read on to see how to make this vintage coupon from scratch.
Making a nice little website for yourself or your freelancing company is not as hard as it may seem. This tutorial is aimed at everyone that needs a fairly simple (doesn’t mean dull and boring) yet stylish solution for their own small corner of the web, without having to go the extra mile. Besides, the example website created in this tutorial does not have a specific theme so it can be used by mostly anyone, no matter what niche they are in. It is also very easy to customize, and tweaking it to match your brand style won’t take but a few minutes.
If you own any iOS devices, you’ll be all too familiar with the dock connector. It sits there, on your desk, only letting Apple products use it. But have you ever stopped and looked at its beauty? Despite being a simply cable, Apple has added some nice curves and a design which makes it ideal for a bit of Photoshop illustration.
In this tutorial I will share my process for what I call Freestyle Expressive Painting in Photoshop. My goal is not too teach any new mind blowing techniques here, but to explore my process for creating a piece of art through a rough idea or loose concept. The process is very open, and involves a bit of trial and error, but what makes it a lot of fun is the experimentation involved.
In this tutorial I will give you some tips on how to make a surreal photo manipulation. The most challenging of doing manipulation is usually finding the right balance between your imported elements. Also the color of your elements and dynamic lightning are important things to make the scene more “believable” (not too realistic in this case).
WeGraphics provided a method on how to compose a broken glass effect in Photoshop, so I bring forward how to bring it to life using After Effects. Even a beginner user with little knowledge will be able to follow this tutorial and achieve the same outcome. And if anyone hits a snag, id be more than happy to help.
In this brief tutorial I will explain how to apply a realistic broken glass effect to a background image using Photoshop brushes. After publishing our last PS brush set I received a couple of tutorial requests via email about how to create the preview image. Let’s discover it together!
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