Photoshop Tutorials May 2013. Here is the fifth of a new series of our Photoshop Tutorials May 2013 collections. Some of the best tutorials that surfaced in May 2013 have been included here. broad category of tutorials have been added, ranging from Drawing tutorial, 3D Models tutorials, Designing tutorials, Photo-effects tutorials and more. The tutorials, however, have been arranged in no particular order.
In this tutorial, we will explain how to combine Photoshop CS6′s 3D tools with Filter Forge to create a metallic 3D logo that is built “Forge” tough. Let’s get started!
Modern artists often use more than one application to create their work. This often means working outside of Photoshop much of the time. In this tutorial, João Oliveira will create a 3D typographic illustration using Cinema 4D to build the 3D and Photoshop for the post-production. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial we will explain how to create a car steering wheel and dashboard in Photoshop using vector shapes, layer styles, and a bit of painting. Let’s get started!
Leran how to create a retro-style wallpaper with this Photoshop tutorial! This tutorial will show you how to create a wallpaper with shiny textures, loads of lens flares, and bright colors. Have fun!
Leica is considered one of the most prestigious camera brands. In this tutorial, we will draw one of the most notable Leica cameras in Photoshop, the Leica M1. Let’s get started!
Because matte painting often involves combining several photos to achieve an end-result, matte paintings can be great practice for anyone who wants to learn how to create photo manipulations. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a fantasy city that is built on a rock structure, similar to Minas Tirith from “The Lord of the Rings.” In the process, you will learn several techniques to help you incorporate architectural photos into your artwork. Let’s get started!
In television and movies, artists are often asked to create short animated scenes that only appear on the screen for just a moment. In this Tuts+ Premium tutorial by Ed Lopez, we will show you how to create a sci-fi matte painting portraying a fleet of starships orbiting a planet using Photoshop. We will then show you how to animate that matte painting using an application called Nuke. This tutorial is available exclusively to Tuts+ Premium Members and includes both written and video content. If you are looking to take your matte painting and animation skills to the next level then Log in or Join Now to get started!
In this quick tip tutorial, we will show you how to use Photoshop’s automated features to combine several photos to create a seamless panoramic photo of a room. In the process, we will show you how to use several Photoshop tools including Auto-Align, Auto-Blend Layers, Geometric Distortion Correction, as well as Adaptive Wide Angle. Let’s get started!
Working non-destructively doesn’t restrict your workflow. In fact, working non-destructively can help you to be more creative. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use non-destructive photo editing techniques to create a basic advertisement. In the process, we will also explain a bit about color profiles. Let’s get started!
In the following tutorial your will learn how to create a simple switch button in Adobe Photoshop.
In this tutorial we will create a realistic rainbow and add it to our photo. This is an easy Photoshop tutorial, aimed at beginners with detailed explanations at each step.
Not every photo you take will be incredible, but that doesn’t mean you should simply throw it in the trash. Combining your image with stock images, you can get some pretty magical mystical results. Let me show you how to create a neat photo composition in Photoshop!
Learn how to create your own custom backgrounds in Photoshop! You’ll learn how to combine and blend multiple landscape photos, mask using channel data, and finish it up with a strong gradient color effect.
This tutorial is inspired by this technique, and will show you a super easy way to create a dazzling beautiful bokeh text effect, using a simple brush and a layer effect.
In this tutorial we will create a realistic water reflection effect. You should be able to replicate this effect on other pictures using the techniques presented here.
This Photoshop tutorial uses some fairly advanced techniques but the detailed explanations at each step should make it easy for beginners to catch on.