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. Design an Interesting Cloud Text Effect in Photoshop CS6
In this tutorial, I will show you the steps I took to Design an Interesting Cloud Text Effect in 3 Easy Steps in Photoshop. We will mainly use custom brushsets and utilise brush options to achieve this text effect. This is a beginner level tutorial, have a try!
Note: The Photoshop tutorial is done in CS6 – therefore some screenshot may have slighting different layout as in the earlier version. Some brushes are exclusive to Photoshop CS6.
2. Create a Colorful Scene With Flowing Lights Effects in Photoshop
3. Create a Raw Horror Movie Poster Design in Photoshop
Each year Halloween gives us a great excuse to hack at our designs with the most grungy brushes and textures in our collection to create the most raw and gory artwork we can. Follow this step by step tutorial to create an old school style horror movie poster. We’ll create a low-fi print effect with red on black and use a range of splatter brushes to rough up the design and capture the horror theme.
The horror movie poster design we’ll be creating as part of this tutorial features a scary looking infected zombie fellow. For maximum impact the design is created with red on black and has a grainy quality to relate to the low-fi printing techniques used on old school B movie posters.
4. Quick and Effective Hair Extraction Techinque via Refine Mask in Photoshop (CS5+)
Hair selection used to be probably one of the most difficult aspect when it comes to selection technique in Photoshop – not anymore with the introduction of the Refine Mask feature since Photoshop CS5.
The Refine Mask Tool in Photoshop CS5 and CS6 has made hair selection extermetly easy for even the most frizzy hair styles. In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how you can use Refine Mask to make great hair selection with minimum amount of effort.
I think it’s important for beginner to learn to use the Refine Mask so that you don’t waste any time using any other time-consming methods.
This tutorial require Photoshop CS5 + to complete – However it doesn’t hurt to take a look even if you don’t have them yet 🙂
5. Manipulative Human Artwork with Particles and Flying Flower Petals in Photoshop CS6
In this tutorial, I will show you the steps I took to Create this Manipulative Human Artwork with Particles and Flying Flower Petals in Photoshop. We will go through several techniques such as hair drawing, particle rendering from a stock image, and making a custom flower petals brush.
This is an intermediate level Photoshop tutorial so some steps can be tricky.
Note: The Photoshop tutorial is done in CS6 – therefore some screenshot may have slighting different layout as in the earlier version.
6. Create an Emotional, Molten, Shattered Statue in Photoshop
Photo composites often require several Photoshop tools and techniques to achieve a desired effect. In this tutorial we will combine several photos to create a statue from a photo of a model. We will then explain how modify the statue to create cracks, and molten rock using layer masks, adjustments, and several blending and painting techniques. Let’s get started!
Program: Adobe Photoshop CS6
Estimated Completion Time: 3h +
7. Create a Horror Movie-Themed Photo Composition in Photoshop CS6
Apps Used: Adobe Photoshop CS6
Estimated Completion Time: 3 Hours
8. Create a Metallic Copper Text Effect Using Layer Styles in Photoshop CS4+
Program: Adobe Photoshop CS4+
Estimated Completion Time: 40 Minutes
9. Create a Baseball-Inspired Text Effect in Photoshop CS5
Program: Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended
Estimated Completion Time: 1.5 Hours
3 thoughts to “Top 10 Best Photoshop Tutorials This Week 014”
Tutorialul nr. 2) al lui Andrei Oprinca mi se pare cel mai interesant.
WoW !! those are soooooooo useful. Thanks for sharing those tutorials. Hopefully I’ll try some of them today.
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