Use a “Spirograph” technique in Illustrator to create a dynamic tribal symbol. Then take the object into Photoshop to add a “Grunge” Effect. The techniques learned could be used for web or print applications.
Use Photoshop to carve out a portrait into a block of ice. You will use brush and masking tools to create this effect. I used a vector portrait but this could be completed using any photograph.
Use this tutorial to create a “leafy” text effect utilizing custom brushes and masking. The techniques that you will learn could be used in many different ways with a variety of objects.
Whether you create a Print Layout in InDesign or combination of other software programs, it’s important to understand where it’s going after your computer and how it needs to arrive. This tutorial will show you how to easily create a print-ready PDF from InDesign.
Create a 3D soda can in Illustrator using the “Revolve” Effect. This tutorial could be used to create any 3D object. You will also learn how to apply a label to your 3D object using the “Map Art” feature.
Use this Flash tutorial to add animated highlights to text, logos, buttons, and shapes. This tutorial guides you through a simple animated highlight on static text.
Add depth to your artwork by learning these simple layer masking tricks. Create those realistic reflections that can be used in any application.
Learn how to create dynamic images by turning your photos into custom brushes. Use to make decorative backgrounds, borders, or silkscreen effects. This tutorial could be used with any image.