This Week Winner Tutorials
How To Create A Print Ready Brochure Design In Photoshop
This will be a tutorial with a running club theme. We are going to use brushes, clipping masks and other effects. The brochure will be a 8.5 x 11 size back and front. You’ll see that by combining the right color scheme can deliver great results with the artwork still being simple. Feel free to try new layouts and arrange some elements as you like.
Learn how to create a Grungy Print Ready Invitation in Photoshop!
If you are beginner when it comes to print out things you can forget the headache while preparing document to print and leave behind all that weird-vector-things. With this tutorial you will be able to create a print-ready tri-fold brochure in nothing but Photoshop. The techniques shown here could be applied to any other printing documents as well, like flyers, business cards etc.
Business cards represent who you are in the business world. Weeks after you’ve had your face-to-face meeting, all the other person will have is the card. Will they remember who you are? Will they keep your card or toss it in the trash? Imprint your personality on your business card by showing your love of retro design on your card. Recently – Retro Business Cards became very popular, it looks like it is hard to create them, but in this tutorial you will learn the techniques and you will see the process. You are also going to learn how to create a print-ready business card in Photoshop. Designs made for printing have to be prepared in a special manner. Before sending to the printer, its best to make sure that your file is ready so you can avoid all the hassle of redesigning.
Learn how to create a print ready Cafe Menu, along with a Vector Badge/Emblem Logo in Illustrator & Photoshop!
Learn how to design a cool business card that’s print ready in Illustrator & Photoshop!
Making a lenticular print requires two source pictures; one for the left eye and one for the right eye. This tutorial teaches you how to come up with these pictures even if you just have a 2D picture.
on 10 Oct 2010 483 views
Would you like to learn how to create 3D lenticular prints using your Photoshop which doesn’t have built-in 3D features supported in CS4 or CS5?
If the answer is “yes” then this tutorial is for you. It will teach you how to create a real 3D picture that can be used on a lenticular sheet with your non-3D version of Photoshop.
This tutorial also gives an explanation on the algorithmic side of interlacing images.
on 14 Sep 2010 369 views