Unique Photoshop Tutorials – Free PDFs

Here are some really stunning photoshop tutorials with Free PDF download which you never seen before, all tutorials are really creative and unique and very rarely seen before, all tutorials are from coputerarts.co.uk which is great resource site for designers. The design possibilities are endless, be sure to get creative with your business cards. Reading this post should provide a guide for you so you can print your own business card.

Design Japanese-style graffiti


Tokyo graff writer Imaone demonstrates how to create clean vector lines from hand-drawn graffiti, which can be used to decorate a skateboard deck


Design your business cards


A well-crafted card could be key to freelance success. Kate Evans discovers what makes a memorable design


Create a logo identity


If you’re setting up on your own, you’re going to need a logo. Follow Alan Wardle’s advice on how to create a unique design


Magazine layout 101


Arena designer Simon Helyar walks you through the page layout of one of the UK’s most successful men’s magazines


Japanese kamon and hanko stamp workshop


Juan-Carlos Cambon of Nipponaisuki shows you how to create an authentic-looking Japanese kamon in a contemporary illustration


Creating organic illustration


Doug Alves reveals the thinking and methods behind his incredible artwork


Creative retouching


It doesn’t matter how powerful Photoshop is – great results still depend on the skills of the user. Per Gustafson shares his expert advice for making mediocre photos magical


Boost your images with Lab colour


Working in Lab enables you to add punch without affecting detail, luminance or contrast. Sam Hampton-Smith shows you how.


Give new life to stock imagery


Tom Lane explains how to transform the dullest stock image into great-looking artwork


Dressing up fashion photography


Combine fashion photography with vector graphics to create a multilayered illustration in Photoshop…


Combine textures with vectors


Sometimes vector art, although infinitely flexible, appears too crisp and unnatural. A little wear and tear is the perfect remedy, says Derek Lea


Design 3D characters


Studio AKA’s ‘Big Win’ spot for the National Lottery captured the hearts and minds of millions. Marc Craste takes Julia Sagar through the character design process for his favourite projects


Create anaglyphic artwork


Illustrator and comic artist Nathan Fox demystifies the art of anaglyphic illustration


Creative vinyl installation


A large-scale vinyl image is the perfect way to liven up that empty wall or dull space, says Melvin Galapon


Graffiti stamp art in Photoshop


Adding urban flavour to your artwork is easy. Derek Lea defies convention with the Brush tool, and explains how presets work…


Create a wall mural


Anna Wray of Lo-fi Creative explains how to design a mural then turn it into paint on a wall


Figure drawing techniques


Figuring it out: Ron Lemen explains the basics of figure drawing and explores the Reilly method of working


Digitising a bespoke font


Typography plays an essential role in branding and communicating a tone of voice. Neutura demonstrates how to convert a font design into a functional typeface


Combine photos to create surrealist landscapes


The hyper-real look is back in style. Mike Harrison adds a touch of the surreal in his compositions


Virtual murals


Creating a piece of graffiti art can be a demanding task, especially when you’re working against the clock. Justin Maller shows you how to ease the pain by planning and designing a digital mural in Photoshop


Design and screen print a T-shirt


Multiple shows you how to create a piece of digital artwork in Illustrator and transfer it to a T-shirt using screen-printing techniques


Taming a spot UV


Travel with McFaul on a journey of self-discovery via the finer points of designing and preparing artwork for one-colour spot UV printing…

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