Archive for March, 2006

Eyedropper Tool - Tip

Wednesday, March 29th, 2006

CreativeGuy has posted a really useful tip about how you can use the eyedropper tool more efficiently. It’s something simple but something that a lot of people that are using Photoshop aren’t aware of. Basically he explains how instead of sampling the color of a single pixel (the default setting) you can choose to […]

Black and White Photos - Photoshop Video Tutorial

Saturday, March 25th, 2006

Watch and Learn Photoshop has released another one of their free Photoshop video tutorials. This tutorial describes some nice techniques that you can use to turn your photos to black and white using adjustment layers. These techniques work much better than just desaturating or turning your image to Grayscale mode and the final outcome is […]

Free Photoshop Brushes - Ningengirai

Monday, March 20th, 2006 offers a small but really nice collection of Photoshop brushes. In total there are 8 large brushes sets available for download plus 3 sets of 100*100 pixels brushes that are mainly for icon creation. My favorite of all the brushes sets that Ningengirai offers is by far the Decadent Boxes brush set. It’s really […]

Web Layout

Wednesday, March 15th, 2006

With this tutorial I am going to show you how to design a simple web layout using Photoshop like the one bellow.

1. Let’s start by creating a new document. I created a document with a size of 1024*768.

2. Now fill the background with a dull color. I used #545964
3. The next step is to select […]

Free Photoshop Plugin - PixelSampler

Monday, March 13th, 2006

Twisting Pixels are offering a new free Photoshop plugin called PixelSampler. This new plugin has 7 seperate filters which are:
Developer descriptions:
DuoTone: create precise tones composing of two color choices. Use brushes to paint away parts you don’t want on your image.
MonoTone: a wonderful way to make a monochromatic print out of a single color.
Black and […]