In this tutorial I will be showing you how to create a furry text effect in Photoshop. This technique can be useful for creating interesting display titles or headlines, and can be used with any kind of furry texture that you like. We will be using some handy shortcuts involving both the Pen and Brush Tools to get the look we want, and also incorporating a few Adjustment Layers to change things like the contrast and color in a non-destructive way.
In this video I will be showing you how to gain more control over the shadows, highlights, and colors in your images by harnessing the power of luminosity masks. By using this technique you are able to make precise selections that would be very difficult otherwise. Anytime that you want to specifically target the black and white areas of an image, or even a specific color in an image, this technique can be extremely useful. Here I will show you how it works and give a few examples of how it can be used to enhance any image.
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In this video I will be combining a few very useful Photoshop techniques to create a fun and colorful flyer design. We will be covering some advanced masking techniques, non-destructive smart object text, and a bit of brush work using some free ink splatter brushes.
In this video tutorial I will be showing you how to create a glitch text effect in Illustrator. We will be using a few different settings from the Pathfinder tool with outlined text in order to create this cool and fun type treatment that can be applied to any of your titles, logos, and other shapes.
In this Illustrator Tutorial I will show you how to create an overlapping text effect. This is a great technique that can be applied to logos, title treatments, and more. I will show you how to use the Knife Tool along with Pathfinder and other helpful tips along the way.
In this video tutorial I will be giving you my Top 5 Tips for Using Clipping Masks in Adobe Photoshop. If you’ve never used Clipping Masks before don’t worry because I am going to walk you through and explain what they are and how they work. When I first learned how to use Clipping Masks it was a game changer, and I can almost guarantee you that once you watch the video it will change the way you use Photoshop.
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