httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6UstgSq_Ds Last Friday I created a layout and I mentioned the blending technique that I used. Well, here’s the video tutorial for it. Have fun and if you do try any of my tuts please post a comment and post your gallery link so that I can check it out. Thanks for looking!
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cu0rzi1aWH4 If you’ve visited my site. You’ve seen this layout that I made. Anyway, I had people asking how I did this. In particular they wanted to know how I did my text to flow to the shape of the arrow. It’s not hard, and it didn’t take very long. I actually use this method for all my text whether it’s in some special shape or not. It’s so much easier to edit than just typing it right in. For example when I’m just typing the text in, each time I add a word or just do a plain edit,
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-gjcUXxehM Maybe you bought an awesome kit and if you’re like me, you either want to use it with something else but the kit or you bought the alpha because you loved the shape but not really the pattern. In this tutorial I want to show you how you can alter the pattern on your elements/alphas. Keep in mind that there are many ways of doing this. What I’m sharing with you is my favorite way of doing it. Until I find a problem with it, it’ll always be my favorite way because I think it’s quick and easy and
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOVoRX_PovQ There are many ways to extract an image in Photoshop. Depending on what the background image is you can either use the magic wand, the lasso tool, the quick mask mode, the pen tool, and in CS2 and above, the extract method. In today’s tutorial I want to show you how to extract an image using the pen tool. I was going to create one using the extract method but there is already a great video tutorial in Revver using this option. The author went into great details and if you’re new to extracting, I really recommend this video.
Well, there are a few reasons I wanted to do this page. First, I got motivated to do a page and I didn’t want to loose it. Second, I am in the SCS 2008 scrapbook challenge. Third, CK had an after Christmas crop last night and extending it to this weekend, so thought I’d join in… or at least lurk, do my thing, and feel like I’m with a bunch of ladies scrapping. I did this layout on my Mac using Photoshop CS3. The kit is a freebie from Two Peas in a Bucket by Cherie Mask, font is Angelina
This video is in CS3 but the concept is the same. If you want to use the older version, the only obvious difference is where the “feather” option is. For the older version, you go up to Select –> Feather to get to this option. Why do you want to learn how to create a drop shadow? Unlike paper scrapbooking or card making digital work will give you a flat, just like a photo, image. You can’t feel or touch the texture of the different elements, photos, and paper. In order to give the digital image a 3D or just