Pixel art graphics are often very small in size. When you try to scale an image up, it often comes out blurry and unusable. This tutorial will show you how to properly resize pixel art files to any size you want, without losing the quality of the file.
By default, Illustrator always displays a thumbnail for each layer to help the user manage the layers more effectively. However, the thumbnail size of the layer may be too small to see. This tutorial will help you increase the size of the thumbnail to your desired size.
The drop shadow is a simple way to create very noticeable depth on objects in your project. This tutorial will show you how to apply it effectively. Your elements will stand out whether you are working with image layers or blocks of text.
Tweaking how the eyes look is one of the most commonly requested Photoshop manipulations. A gentle color nudge is frequently required to reproduce the natural beauty that is lost from the photography process. Alternatively, you may wish to radically change the eye color for effect.
This Photoshop tech-recipes tutorial will cover the easiest way of creating a denim background and then “stitching” your text over it.
If you need to perform repetitive tasks, you can save yourself a lot time by saving these actions. By recording and reusing these actions, you can reproduce previous results with one simple click.
Rough, beat-up appearing text is a frequently used style in design. Through these Photoshop steps, you will be able to create grunge appearing text without difficulty.
Imagine creating text that appears to be cut out of blocks of sod. With Photoshop anything is possible.
Creating unique and creative typography styles is great for a number of projects. By human nature, our eyes are drawn to something that looks fancy or different. Through these directions, you will be introduced to the creation of letters that appear to be clouds.
Eye-catching text is important for any project. Flaming text often provides an overdose of eye candy. This tech-recipes tutorial will cover the creation of the proper layer styles to build text which will appear to be en fuego. I am using Photoshop CS6 but similar steps will work on prior versions.