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Ebay: Don’t Wig Out

It’s a good thing this “Fashion Sexy MS Black Short Hair Personality High Temperature Wire Wig” can withstand high temperatures, otherwise whatever melted her chin and fingers might do some real damage. On a side note, is anyone else suddenly … Continue reading ? The post Ebay: Don’t Wig Out appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .

Bad Judge: What Happened To Kate Walsh’s Legs?

Here’s a photo provided by NBC to promote their new show, “Bad Judge,” starring Kate Walsh.  The judge in question isn’t the only thing that’s bad here. WAT? H/T to The Washington Post for spotting this disaster.   The post Bad Judge: What Happened To Kate Walsh’s Legs? appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .

Marmitek: Stretch That Arm

This condition must be convenient when apple picking, reaching things off of the top shelf, or just giving big, tight hugs. Thanks for sending this in, Benjamin!  The original appeared on this website. The post Marmitek: Stretch That Arm appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .

Lindt Chocolate: Not So Smooth

Something tells me this image didn’t always have a red background. Thanks Ross!  This disaster was spotted on the Lindt Facebook page. The post Lindt Chocolate: Not So Smooth appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .


Regardless of your skills and experience, an attractive résumé is an important part of finding work.   Like my mother used to say, if you can’t be talented, you might as well look good. Of course, she would then take a … Continue reading ? The post [DEAL] 15 UNIQUE RÉSUMÉ AND COVER LETTER TEMPLATES – ONLY $19! appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .

Photoshop Round-Up: Links We Love

Here’s a look at what’s been happening in Photoshop and pop culture news this week.  How is this photo of Nicki Minaj’s allegedly fake butt NOT a Photoshop? [Deadspin] “Shouldn’t the Google be impressed with my website?” [Clients From Hell] … Continue reading ? The post Photoshop Round-Up: Links We Love appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .

Heartrate Monitor: No Nips For You

Sure, he’s in good shape… for a Ken doll. Unfortunately, we don’t have a source for this ad, but thanks to Chloe for scanning it and posting it on our Facebook page.   The post Heartrate Monitor: No Nips For You appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .

eBay: Australian Baby Carrier

Apparently this eBay seller decided that a different mother and child would sell more baby slings, but they didn’t count on our eagle eyes, did they?  tapping temple Can’t fool us.   If you look very closely, you’ll see that this has … Continue reading ? The post eBay: Australian Baby Carrier appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .

Community Project: Vector Wire Frames Showcase

Last month we kicked off the Wire Frames Community Project, in which readers from across the globe showed us a little insight into their vector process. Community Project: Vector Wire Frames Showcase Today we bring you the results of this project, with diverse entries ranging from the simple to the beautifully complicated. Show More Summary

Importing an Excel Table to Design a Schedule in Adobe InDesign

What You'll Be Creating Tutorial Assets We've used Adobe InDesign CC in this tutorial, but older versions would work as well to follow along. You will also need the following stock photo to complete this tutorial. Please download itShow More Summary

Awesome “This Weekend Only” Deal For My Readers From MPIX

Cool deal alert: (the seriously awesome photo lab I’ve been using for years now), is giving my readers a “This Weekend Only” deal of 20% on everything on their site (just on Oct 4th and 5th ONLY). When: Saturday and Sunday (tomorrow and the next day, Oct 4-5) Discount Code: kelbympix2014 Where: ThisContinue...

My Worldwide Photo Walk is Only One-Week Away!

I’m getting super psyched!!! Here’s a quick update one week out: (1) We now have more than 1,000 photo walks organized in cities around the world All the walks are now in place, as the deadline for creating new walks has passed, so now it’s just about finding a walk near you (and can you help us spreadContinue...

New Course: Drawing Fantasy Creatures Digitally

Our new course, Drawing Fantasy Creatures Digitally, will teach you how to draw two creatures of pure imagination: a centaur and a dragon. The element of fantasy presents some challenges, such as lack of photo references, but on the other hand we have the opportunity for more creative expression. Show More Summary

Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Additional Tips

What You'll Be Creating In this penultimate Human Anatomy lesson, we'll look at some things that didn't fit into the main lessons but are very useful to know. A Couple of Details Around the Shoulder Below you can see how the muscle lines joining the arm to the torso look when the arm is in different positions. Show More Summary

It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

The Business Side of Mike Kubeisy Join KelbyOne’s own Larry Becker as he sits down with entertainment photographer Mike Kubeisy to discuss the business side of Mike’s commercial photography career in Hollywood. Larry and Mike discuss topics ranging from how to get started in the business to how to keep yourself on the cutting edgeContinue...

To the Point: Interview With Anna Dittmann

What You'll Be Creating Anna Dittmann's paintings are a sight to behold: ethereal portraits inspired by nature that look like they're watercolor or ink, but are in fact digital masterpieces. Anna's no stranger to Tuts+, having created a tutorial for the site this past June. Show More Summary

NEWS: Photoshop Elements 13 Is Released!

Hey everyone. I’m a little late on this one, as i […]

Create Dimension With Gradients in This Abstract Poster Design

What You'll Be Creating Let's play with Linear Gradients in this abstract poster design. Fire up Adobe Illustrator (I'll be using Illustrator CC 2014) and get ready to doodle out some rainbows, curving arrows, and paisley-like splash designs. Show More Summary

It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Richard Bernabe!

It’s the Destination As a photographer, chances are you’ve thought about doing some traveling, if you haven’t traveled extensively already. The journey might start out as a simple weekend getaway after a few rough days at the office or as an expansive road trip through several states and time zones: car packed with a cameraContinue...

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