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Hi Gang: I’m just wrapping up a quick vacation trip with the fam, but I’ll be back in the saddle, and back here tomorrow, so I’ll hope you’ll stop back by then. Have a great Monday, and I’ll see ya tamarra! Best, -Scott The post Where’s Today’s Post? Well, It’s Drifting Somewhere In The Caribbean appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.
The key to great design is to know your way around different typefaces. And one of the quickest ways to elevate your designs is with a stylish, cursive font. Check out his collection of 30 incredible script fonts you'll want to incorporate...Show More Summary
What You'll Be Creating Fabrics are tricky to draw because of all the folds and complicated shading. In this tutorial I will show you how to go about drawing two different types of fabric: smooth and flowing, like silk, and rough and thick, like wool. Show More Summary
Hi gang, and happy Friday. My new Photoshop Elements 15 book just hit bookstores — if you’re an Elements user, check out the official trailer below. If you’re not, keep reading for some Lightroom news. Here’s the link to it on Amazon,...Show More Summary
Great little video from Julieanne about creating custom file naming templates. This is really helpful stuff. The post Creating Your Own Custom File Naming Templates appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.
What You'll Be Creating This tutorial will show you a very quick and easy way of creating a liquid metal text effect, using a couple of textures, patterns, and layer styles. Let's get started! This text effect was inspired by the many...Show More Summary
The new issue's here, and I've got a new Lightroom ebook that's free for KelbyOne members. yay! The post The New Issue of Lightroom Magazine is here (plus my new Lightroom Q&A eBook) appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.
What You'll Be Creating Do you struggle to create convincing shading in your artwork? If you take our new course, How to Shade Animals in Perspective, you'll learn some fantastic techniques for creating realistic-looking shading in all your future work. Show More Summary
What You'll Be Creating I know so many illustrators who practise their craft on their own face. Whilst I've tried in the past to vector myself, I can't stand to stare at my own face for a couple of hours. I started with my own face, vectoring it from a selfie I took at an "extreme" angle (think MySpace emo) but then pulling a face. Show More Summary
Perfecting Selections in Adobe Photoshop with Dave Cross Perfect your Photoshop selection powers! Join Dave Cross as he equips you with all the information you need to know to create accurate selections as efficiently as possible. Dave...Show More Summary
What You'll Be Creating In this tutorial I'll show you how to use Adobe Photoshop to create a mountainous landscape with flying dragons. First we'll build the misty background using three stock images. After that we'll import the rocks and clone over them using the rock texture. Show More Summary
What You'll Be Creating In today's tutorial I'll be demonstrating how you can design a vector isometric-style heart that looks as if it's made of pixels, using Inkscape. If you're looking for premade logo templates, you can purchase one over on GraphicRiver. Show More Summary
Can you apply more than one preset at a time? Well, sometimes.It just depends. :) The post Can You Apply More Than One Preset in Lightroom? appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.
First of all, I would like to thank Scott Kelby and his wonderful team for this amazing opportunity. Like many photographers I am self taught. The classes and learning resources Scott has made available through the years has served as a foundation from which I built a career doing what I love. Show More Summary
2017 is already underway! So kick off the new year with amazing tutorials featuring the latest trends in graphic design and illustration. Tackle some new and exciting projects by checking out the following tutorials from across the web!...Show More Summary
What You'll Be Creating Despite the fact that many people nowadays use their smartphones to check the time, the clock remains one of the most popular items of the interior. There is a huge variety of shapes and colors and types of clock around us: kitchen timers, alarm clocks, flip clocks, wall clocks, cabinet clocks, and many other kinds of clock. Show More Summary
What You'll Be Creating In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a wet glass effect on any photo. At the end of the tutorial, you'll have an action which will automate the entire process with a single click. This effect works with images of almost any size and resolution. Show More Summary
It’s another awesome 60-second (or less) tip from Benjamin Warde and it’s another really handy one, too! ???? Thanks Benjamin. Hope you all found that helpful! ???? Have an “at least it’s not Monday” kinda Tuesday! ???? Many thanks, -Scott P.S. Show More Summary
Yesterday we looked at my picks for the best Guest Blog posts from this past year, and today we’re continuing my “Best of 2016 on the Blog” with a look at some of the most popular posts overall. Here are the 10 most popular posts of 2016: 1. Show More Summary