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Posted on August 31st, 2008 by 3dfun in Photoshop Tutorials

Here we will tell you how to make a Cool Photoshop drawing stylish girly wallpaper in photoshop.

[1] Take a new file of 600 pixels, 500 pixels, of resolution 72 dpi in the RGB mode.

[2] Now fill the background layer with #e26292.
Select the Brush Tool apply the following

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[3] Make a new layer layer using the brush tool.

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[4] Take the “Dodge Tool” apply the following settings.

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[5] Create the following Patchs with the help of Dodge Tool.

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[6] Take the “Pen Tool” create a new shape like this.

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[7] Take the “Brush Tool” now press Shift+F5 after that apply the following settings.

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[8] Now take the Pen Tool again, right click select Stroke Path apply the following settings.

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[9] You get the result something like this.

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[10] Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.

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[11] Repeat above step (create new layer, create a shape with Pen Tool, give the stroke path, give the same layer styles.
You get the result like this.

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[12] After that create a new shape with the help of “Pen Tool”.

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[13] Right click select make selection.
Make a new layer, fill the selection with White.

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[14] Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.

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[15] Duplicate this layer a few time and place it like me.

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[16] Create a new shape with the help of Elliptical Marquee.
Fill that layer with #d6b7bd.

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[17] Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.

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[18] Duplicate this layer a few time and place it like me.

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[19] Take the “Brush Tool” apply the following settings.

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[20] Make a new layer, now using a brush tool.

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[21] Create a new shape with the help of Elliptical Marquee Tool.
Fill that layer with white.

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[22] Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.

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[23] Now duplicate this layer minimize you shape like me.

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[24] Create another new shape with the help of Elliptical Marquee Tool.
Fill that layer with white.

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[25] Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.

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[26] You can add some other details you like.
Done!!!

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Today i have visited Alriyadh Book Fair , and i bought a story with the name  ( The Black Tulip ) written by Alexandre Dumas 

i didn’t read the book yet , but i like it because i like tulip flowers , and this book make me choose this lesson for u friends .

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Here I will teach you about How to Draw Photoshop Tulip Flower

Lets read & understand of the following steps

[1]-First of all open New Document of Custom size, Height & Width 500×450 pixels, Resolution 72 & Mode RGB Color

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[2]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of Elliptical Marquee Tool

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[3]-Now fill the selection with any color & then select Burn Tool Pun443-how-to-draw-photoshop-tulip-flower3 & create the following Shading with the help of
Burn Tool & Dodge Tool

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[4]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following Shape with the help of Pen Tool & then right click select Make selection

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[5]-Now fill the selection with any color & then make the Duplicate Layer with the help of Ctrl+J & after that press Ctrl+T
& click select ‘Flip Horizontal’ & then press ENETER. your image should look like as shown below

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[6]-Now select Burn Tool Pun443-how-to-draw-photoshop-tulip-flower7 & then create the following shading with the help of Burn Tool & your image should look
like as shown below

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[7]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of Polygonal Lasso Tool

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[8]-Now fill the selection with any color & then create the following shading with the help of Burn Tool

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[9]-Now select Brush Tool & use the following Brush & settings

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[10]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following Grasses with the help of Brush Tool

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[11]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with ‘000000′ color & then go to Filter>Render>Lighting Effects & use the
following settings

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[12]-Now Blende Mode of this Layer should ‘Linear Light’

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[13]-Now your image should look like as shown below

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[14]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of Elliptical Marquee Tool

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[15]-Now fill the selection with ‘ff0000′ color & then go to Select>Modify>Contract use the following settings

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[16]-Now your image should look like as shown below

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[17]-Now go to Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur & use the following settings

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[18]-Now Blende Mode Of this Layer should be “Color Dodge”

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[19]-Now your image should look like as shown below

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[20]-Now select Brush Tool & use the following Brush & settings

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[21]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following Stars with the help of Brush Tool
Thanks for read this Photoshop Tutorial.I hope U have enjoyed & the Final Output of this Tutorial is shown below

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This website provide lot of adobe tutorials spatially adobe photoshop , its fantastic , 

below is a list of some thing that it provide 

 

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3D Effects       Animation
Buttons       Color Management
Designing       Drawing Techniques
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Special Effects       Text Effects
Textures & Patteren

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In This website you will find a great photoshop shape witch help u in ur design 

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Businessman Silhouettes

Herald Animals

RSS Icons

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Photoshop® Top Secret

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Just released by Mark Monciardini, Photoshop® Top Secret™ is an Extreme Training Course that teaches you, step by step, how to create cutting-edge graphics and special effects with Adobe® Photoshop®. This student-friendly home study course includes four DVD-ROMs with over 16 gigabytes of video tutorials and project files. It also comes with a full-color gallery book (printed, not pdf) that shows the end result of each project in the course. You can look, learn, practice, and master these advanced techniques wherever you may be, without the need for expensive classes or tutors.

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Vector Lady

Posted: January 10, 2009 in Illustrator
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Vectorlady  

    is a wonderful website concentrate on adobe Illustrator and every things related to it , it gave a free component which u can use in your designs , if you are Illustrator user  you will find many things here . 


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Stupid Name. Cool Brushes!
Welcome to Brusheezy.com! A place for artists to download and vote for the best custom Photoshop Brushes and photoshop patterns on the internet! This site is updated every day with new Brushes for Photoshop so check back often and Submit your own! We only accept the best photoshop brushes so be sure to read the terms of use for the official rules before submitting your Photoshop Brushes and photoshop patterns. Add to Technorati Favorites

 

Love’s Philosophy

Posted: December 23, 2008 in My Designs
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Percy Bysshe Shelley 

 

Love’s Philosophy

The fountains mingle with the river
And the rivers with the ocean, 
The winds of heaven mix for ever
With a sweet emotion;
Nothing in the world is single,
All things by a law divine
In one another’s being mingle—
Why not I with thine?

See the mountains kiss high heaven,
And the waves clasp one another;
No sister-flower would be forgiven
If it disdain’d its brother;
And the sunlight clasps the earth,
And the moonbeams kiss the sea—
What are all these kissings worth,
If thou kiss not me?

Photoshop User TV

Posted: December 21, 2008 in Photoshop tutorials

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Kevin AmesKevin Ames creates evocative photographs for clients such as Westin Hotels, AT&T, and Coca-Cola. His fourth book, recently published by Peachpit Press, is The Digital Photographer’s Notebook: A Pro’s Guide to Photoshop CS3, Lightroom and Bridge. He teaches the digital arts worldwide.

Daniel EastDaniel East is an author, free lance writer, presenter/trainer, and consultant with more than 20 years’ experience in professional photography, pro-audio, and marketing. Daniel is also founder and president of The Apple Groups Team support network for user groups.

Bert MonroyBert Monroy is considered one of the pioneers of digital art. His work has been seen in countless magazines and scores of books. He has served on the faculty of many well-known institutions, written dozens of books, and appeared on hundreds of TV shows around the world.

Steve BaczewskiSteve Baczewski is a freelance writer, professional photographer, graphic designer, and consultant. He also teaches classes in traditional and digital fine arts photography. His company, Sore Tooth Productions, is based in Albany, California. Steve can be reached at foxhole510@sbcglobal.net.

Katrin EismannKatrin Eismann, author of Photoshop Restoration & Retouching and Photoshop Masking & Compositing, is an internationally recognized artist, author, and educator. She was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame in 2005. Check out her websites at www.katrineismann.com.

Chris OrwigChris Orwig, a photographer and author, is on the faculty at the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara. His publications include Photoshop CS3 for Photographers, Photoshop Lighroom Essentials, and more. Check out his website at www.chrisorwig.com.

Peter BauerPeter Bauer is the Director of the NAPP Help Desk and a featured columnist at Planet Photoshop. As an Adobe Certified Expert, Pete does computer graphics consulting for a select group of corporate clients. His latest book is Photoshop CS3 for Dummies.

Laurie ExcellLaurie Excell has 28 years of photography and photographic equipment sales experience. Her images have been showcased in galleries, Audubon calendars, Camping Life Magazine, Amtrak publications, and BT Journal. Check out her website at www.excellnaturephotography.com.

Colin SmithColin Smith, an award-winning designer, lecturer, and writer, has authored or co-authored 12 books on Photoshop and has created a series of Photoshop training videos available from PhotoshopCD.com. Colin is also the founder of the online resource PhotoshopCAFE.com.

John Paul CaponigroJohn Paul Caponigro an inductee to the Photoshop Hall of Fame and author of Adobe Photoshop Master Class, is an internationally renowned fine artist and authority on digital printing. Visit www.johnpaulcaponigro.com and receive a free subscription to his enews Insights.

Dave HussDave Huss, with more than 25 years’ experience as a photographer, has authored more than 18 books on digital photography and photo editing. His latest book is Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.1 for the Professional Photographer. Dave is a popular conference speaker in the U.S. and Europe.

Glen StephensGlen Stephens, developer of the Tools for Television, Photoshop Toolbox (www.toolsfortelevision.com), has more than 10 years’ experience in the broadcast video industry. His company, Pixel Post Studios, provides training and design services for the broadcast video industry.

Linnea DaytonLinnea Dayton has authored, co-authored, and edited many books, magazines, and newsletters for graphic designers, illustrators, and others who use computers in their art. Her most recent book with Cristen Gillespie is The Photoshop CS/CS2 Wow! Book, published by Peachpit Press.

Jan KabiliJan Kabili is a popular Photoshop author and educator. You can see her Photoshop video podcast at http://www.photoshoponline.tv or subscribe to Photoshop Online at www.itunes.com. View her online training videos, including Photoshop CS3 Essentials for the Web, at www.lynda.com.

Rob SylvanRob Sylvan is a trainer, instructional designer, writer, Web developer, and photographer. In addition to being a NAPP Help Desk Specialist, he’s a Senior Image Inspector for iStockphoto.com. Check out his Lightroom tips, tutorials, and presets at www.sylvanworks.com.

Jim DiVitaleJim DiVitale is an Atlanta-based photographer and instructor specializing in digital photography. His clients include IBM, Carter’s, Mizuno USA, Genuine Parts Company, Scientific Atlanta, TEC America, and Coca-Cola. Check out his website at www.divitalephotography.com.

Sherry LondonSherry London is author of Photoshop CS2 Gone Wild and has written a number of other books on Photoshop, Illustrator, and Painter. Sherry also writes tips and product reviews for Photoshop User and Layers magazine, as well as tutorials for Planet Photoshop.

Ben WillmoreBen Willmore is the author of Adobe Photoshop CS3 Studio Techniques and Up to Speed: Photoshop CS3, as well as co-author of How to Wow: Photoshop for Photography. Currently, Ben is on tour with his hit seminar “Photoshop for Photographers.” Check out the free tips and tutorials at his website, www.digitalmastery.com.

Angela DruryAngela Drury is an award-winning photographer with 18 years’ experience shooting film and digital. She has received numerous awards and has been featured in several group and solo shows. Angela lives in San Francisco and works at Adobe Systems Inc. To see her photography, visitwww.angeladrury.com.

Deke McClellandDeke McClelland is recipient of the Videographer Award for Excellence, the Omni Award (both 2007), and author of the full-color Adobe Photoshop CS3 One-on-One (Deke Press/O’Reilly Media). He also hosts the online series, Photoshop Channels & Masks and Photoshop CS3 One-on-One (www.lynda.com/deke).

 

ٍٍٍSchool Of Photoshop

Posted: December 20, 2008 in Photoshop tutorials

it’s i great and awesome website for photoshop learner , if u are intersting in learning photoshop u will find what u need there . 

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Pre-School Level Tutorials

Getting Started in Photoshop

Photoshop’s interface can be a confusing place to first time users. This lesson will show you what’s what, and how to navigate through the behemoth which is Photoshop.

Getting Started in Adobe Photoshop

School of Photoshop - Kindergarten Level Tutorials

Using Palettes in Photoshop

In Photoshop, palettes are used to help modify and monitor your documents. An understanding of how to use, organize, and adjust palettes is essential in learning how to use Photoshop.

Using Palettes in Photoshop

School of Photoshop - 1st Grade Level Tutorials

Photoshop’s Toolbox

In this lesson, you’ll be introduced to Adobe Photoshop Toolbox, and a lot of the tools it has to offer. A solid understanding of the tools showcased in this tutorial will lead to better comprehension of Photoshop in general.

Basic Tools in Adobe Photoshop

School of Photoshop - 2nd Grade Level Tutorials

Working with Layers in Photoshop

In Photoshop, layers are used to work on individual parts of an image while not affecting other parts. You might say layers are like transparency papers stacked on top of each other which can be repositioned and separately drawn on.

Layers in Photoshop

School of Photoshop - 3rd Grade Level Tutorials

The Selection Tools

The selection tools are used to facilitate the process of making selections of shapes, colors, and objects inside of Photoshop, and positioning them in the working image area. With tools like the magnetic lasso and magic wand, Photoshop packs a powerful array of selection gadgets!

Photoshop Selection Tools

School of Photoshop - 4th Level Grade Tutorials

Retouch and Healing Tools

Photoshop offers a large selection of tools and features for retouching photographs and images. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use the common touch-up tools.

Retouch and Healing Tools Tutorial

School of Photoshop - 5th Level Grade Tutorials

Photoshop’s Painting Tools

In Photoshop, the painting tools are used to paint strokes, and fill areas with color or with colors that blend together. Knowing how to use the paint tools is a must for any artist who wishes to use Photoshop.

Photoshop Painting Tools

School of Photoshop - 6th Level Grade Tutorials

Drawing and Type Tools

The Drawing and Type tools are used to create vector graphics, as well as set type inside of documents. While Photoshop is not really considered a vector graphic editor, it is possible to create vector based shapes and elements that can be resized without losing quality!

Drawing and Type Tools in Photoshop Tutorial

School of Photoshop - 7th Level Grade Tutorials

Using Transform in Photoshop

In Photoshop, Transform is used to scale, rotate, skew, and just distort the perspective of any graphic you’re working with in general. This tutorial will teach you how to use Transform to adjust your images.

Use Transform to Scale and Rotate in Photoshop

School of Photoshop 8th Grade Level Tutorials

Test: Create a Simple Flyer

Before continuing on to grades 9-12 or School of Photoshop, test your skills with this assigned tutorial. We’ll review basic skills covered in Pre-School through the 8th grade! Do not complete the 8th grade until you’ve completed this successfully!

Create a Simple Flyer using Adobe Photoshop

High School of Photoshop

So you’ve completed Pre-School through 8th Grade of the School of Photoshop, and are ready to move on to some intermediate leveled stuff? Congratulations! Remember, if you still haven’t completed your 8th Grade Test, you might not be ready for this area yet!

School of Photoshop - 9th Grade Level Tutorials

Saving Images for the Web

Learn the different forms of image compression, and about saving images for distribution through the web. It’s essential that you understand the importance of file compression and quality when working with images on the web, making this an invaluable lesson!

Saving Images for the Web in Adobe Photoshop

Using Filters in Photoshop

Filters allow you to quickly add effects to your layers and selections in Photoshop. In this lesson, we’ll explore the use of filters, and go over some of the more common types used in graphic design.

Using Filters in Photoshop

Layer Styles and Effects

In this lesson, you’ll learn how to create your own Layer Styles with special effects. Layer styles allow you to quickly edit contents of individual layers with the ability to easily edit or remove added effects.

Layer Styles in Photoshop

Grade 10 Coming Soon!

 

  

 

 

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