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Making Cool 3D Graphics With Photoshop brushes

Gang, as you know, Photoshop brushes can be used in a huge variety of ways. They are mostly used by But, I don’t think I ever demonstrated how Photoshop brushes can be used to make cool 3D graphics. And I don’t need to. Simply because Graphic.Fabulog made a great tutorial on how to make col […]

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Decorating A Wedding Photography With PS Brushes

Gang! Since I know many of you are, one way or another, involved into weddings whether it be as a friends, family or wedding photographers it is always nice to have some cool photos from the occasion. So, I thought I’d show you how to decorate a wedding photo with Photoshop brushes. In this particular […]


How to Convert Photoshop Brushes to Paint Shop Pro Brushes, Fast and Easy Way

Guys, I know many of you use Paint Shop Pro. To be honest, back in the ’90 or ’91 at the times when I was just starting to discover the magic of graphics on PC, my first bitmap editing program was Corel… Photo Paint I think was the name.Only later on I moved over to […]


Tutorial: How to draw a banner (scroll) in Illustrator

Wrapping scrolls around illustrations or images are quite popular designers little trick these days. I’ll show you how to draw a scroll “easy way”. Step 1Assuming that you know how the scroll (banner) looks like, draw just one half of it (start left or right from the center). I am using the Wacom tablet and […]


Tutorial: How to create a shiny Web 2.0 button in Illustrator

Easy πŸ™‚ A few days back I was playing with Photoshop creating crumpled paper with torn edges and today it’s Illustrator time! First, draw a circle (using Shift tab) and fill it with radial gradient like this: Now, copy that circle, paste it on the top of the first one and make it smaller. Rotate […]


Tutorial: Simple web shop icon

Let me show you how I created a simple web shop icon (shop trolley). In Illustrator (or similar vector software) make a simplified shop trolley “L” shape (the handle + basis). Now, we will select the basis line and copy it two more times to get something similar to E shape where the left vertical […]

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