Top 10 Best Photoshop Tutorials This Week 017

Top 10 Best Photoshop Tutorials This Week 017

It’s time to present you a Top 10 selection of Best Photoshop Tutorials. If you want to share with us your photoshop or illustrator tutorial, your work, design or photography send us a mail or via Twitter using #tutorialstorage in the end of the tweet.

1. Create a Surreal Photo Manipulation by Mixing Ice and Fire Textures in Photoshop CS6

In this Photoshop tutorial, I will show you the steps I took to Create a Unique Photo Manipulation via Mixture of Ice and Fire Textures. Along the way, I will show some interesting ways to manipulate texture via image adjustment tool and free transform tool. This is an intermediate level tutorial, have a try!

Top 10 Best Photoshop Tutorials This Week 017

2. Create a Surreal “Parting of the Sea” Photo Manipulation in Photoshop CS6

Water, by its very nature is difficult to convincingly incorporate into a composition. In this tutorial, you will discover how to combine advanced masking techniques, blending modes, adjustment layers and clever use of filters to part the sea and create a surreal photo manipulation. Let’s get started!

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3. Photoshop tutorial: Add lighting effects to hand-drawn art

People often associate Photoshop lighting effects with images of speeding cars and the cosmos. But these effects work well in many types of art, as we’ll see in this tutorial.

Here the aim is to take a hand-drawn artwork – Craig has chosen a piece provided by his friend, illustrator Zoe Veness (available in the project files) – and give it an extra dimension using various lighting techniques. You will learn how to seamlessly incorporate glows, flairs and sparkles; the methods covered work equally well with pencil or pen drawings.

As always, do experiment – happy accidents are to be welcomed.

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4. How to Create an Awesome Splashing Sneaker in Photoshop

In this tutorial we will use some simple techniques to create a splashing sneakers effect. Lots of copy and paste commands along with some well chosen stock images will be our ingredients for this scene.

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5. Create a Magical Four Piece Stardust Composition in Photoshop CS3

For whatever reason it is always fun to create composite images that use star fields as a backdrop. Star fields have a unique ability to make a composition look mysterious and even magical. In today’s tutorial we will demonstrate how to create a 4-piece stardust composition using textures and masks. Let’s get started!

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6. 3D Pop Up Effect In Photoshop CS6

In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll learn how to create a fun 3D pop-up effect, similar a children’s pop-up book, where the main subject of your photo appears to be standing up and popping right out of an otherwise flat image.
To add even more of a 3D look to it, we’ll be curling the edges of the photo using Photoshop’s Warp command and adding a custom shadow underneath. There’s quite a few steps involved in creating the effect but they’re all very simple and easy. I’ll be using Photoshop CS6 here but any recent version of Photoshop will work.

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7. Changing Your Background in Photoshop CS6

One of the most common tasks in Photoshop is to remove some one or some thing from a background and place it on top of another. In this tutorial, Martin Perhiniak will explain how to do this in a completely non-destructive way. Let’s get started!

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8. 3D Explosion in Photoshop

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9. Create This Stylistic Mixed-Media Artwork in Photoshop

In this tutorial you will learn to create a beautiful composition stock images and custom build shapes in Illustrator. It demonstrates effective usage of Photoshop’s shape layers, smart objects, and masks. By the end of the tutorial you will know more about these techniques. Parts of this tutorial require Adobe Illustrator.

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10. Tutorial Adding Color With Gradient Maps

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Hey, my name is Valeriu Bosneaga alias Valeron. I am a graphic designer/web developer since 2009. I have created Tutorialstorage on 15th of October 2010 in order to help designers and developers to find the good inspiration before creating their works. You can follow Tutorialstorage on Facebook , Twitter, Google + or RSS Feeds.