In this Tips & Tricks tutorial I'm going to show you a neat little trick involving layer styles and the way they relate to layer masks.
I recently finished a brochure for a client where I had to take a vector piece of stock art and customize the look and feel to match that of the company identity as well as the brochure's monochromatic style. This tutorial is based on the process used to achieve the final result.
In this Photoshop tutorial I'll show you a quick and easy way to convert your signature into a vector Photoshop Custom Shape. This technique also works nicely for converting line drawings to vector as well.
In this Photoshop tutorial I'm going to show you a quick and effective way to create a cool photo edge effect using a single Photoshop grunge brush and a series of clipping masks.
Since I added the LittleLines.com website to my Featured Sites list, I've had a few of you ask for a lesson on creating a similar website navigation concept in Photoshop, so In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a clean navigation layout based on the LittleLines site.
I've had a few noobs ask about installing Brushes, Shapes in Photoshop, so in this tutorial I'll demonstrate how to install new Photoshop Brushes and also discuss a few techniques that will help you keep your additions organized and safe.
In this Photoshop tutorial I'll show you a cool technique for adding dimension to a background pattern as well as how to change and adjust the colors of an existing image to suit your needs all rolled inside a cool photo frame idea.
In this Photoshop tutorial we'll be creating a scrap of notepad paper like the ones you've probably seen used in popular websites and blogs. Throughout the lesson I'll also be discussing the things I take into consideration when preparing a graphic like this for the web.
This week's tutorial comes by way of request from Bostjan in Slovenia who asked for a lesson on creating the peeled back sticker effect from the OnWired website.
Being election season in the US, I've had quite a few requests for a tutorial on creating political style buttons in Photoshop. One loyal reader wanted to know if it was possible via a single set of Layer Styles, which is what we'll be doing in this lesson.