In this quick tutorial they’ll take you through taking a texture and turning it into a background image ready for seamless tiling. It’s a useful little technique that’s been around forever.
In this tutorial they will show you how to create a digital bokeh effect in Photoshop. The process is very easy and they will be using the super powerful Brush Engine, one of the coolest things in Photoshop.
This tutorial will show you how to create some flawless patterns, which we will use to create some amazing backgrounds that you can use for your desktop, websites, posters…whatever you want. The great thing about patterns is that once you get comfortable with them, they can be an important part of your Photoshop arsenal. Enjoy!
The use of textures in design are incredibly important in defining a surface. While we can not create actual tactile textures in digital design, we can create the visual illustion of 3D texture. This Tutorial aims to show you an easy way to do just that.
This tutorial will walk you through how they would go about it. This is a very common task and is extremely useful if you have a texture or pattern that you need to repeat across an image or a website. Using the offset filter and a little brushing up makes this task a breeze.
Graphics with 45-degree scanlines, diagonal scanlines, including repeating background textures, are quite popular right now, and the look can add eye-catching textures and visual interest to your Web pages. The tutorial below shows you an easy way to create two different pixel sharp 45-degree scanline patterns for use as Photoshop patterns. As shown in Example 1 and Example 2 to the right, the 3×3 grid diagonal scanline pattern is slightly narrower, smaller than the 4×4 grid diagonal pattern.
In this tutorial, they’ll be showing you a short but attractive way to create a graphic for backgrounds, wallpapers, greeting cards, designs, and all that other good stuff. You will learn a simple Photoshop trick that you can easily manipulate for your daily needs.
This tutorial is about making a “mac” style background. You can use these in all sorts of situations, including the obvious –your desktop– as well as part of your designs or for corporate work (Powerpoint presentations, Flash work, Website Background etc).
If you’re a Windows Vista user, you’re probably familiar the eye catching graphics shown off on the box, and in some of their wallpapers/screensavers. In this tutorial, he is going to show you how to create that effect yourself.