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Create your own Paint Palette icon in Adobe Photoshop
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: | 1371 clicks
In this tutorial we will show you how you can create your own Paint Palette Icon. This is perfect for your cover designs and other graphical aid elements when booklet printing, brochure printing and designing for posters and magazines.
How To Add a Stone Texture Using Photoshop
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: | 4349 clicks
Using a stone texture for the background of a business card or to enhance text on a brochure printing design is actually very simple with Photoshop.
Make a Butterfly with Overlapping Wings in Illustrator
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: | 3473 clicks
Butterfly illustrations can be used to create wallpapers, logo designs, or even to incorporate nature into a brochure printing design. The following tutorial will show you how to create a unique butterfly with folded wings.
Lighting Effect Tutorial
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: | 3769 clicks
Weíve all had to add lighting effects to a photo, whether itís creating a new light source or tweaking shadows. With lots of options, sometimes we just need a stylized, off-the-chart effect that grabs attention for a brochure printing or poster printing ad.
Create a Glowing Tree in Photoshop
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: | 4364 clicks
The problem with a brush or pre-existing image is that youíre stuck with whatíve got and canít typically get the exact look or shape you want for your flyer or brochure printing project.
Adding Streaks of Light to Images Using Photoshop
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: | 1298 clicks
A stunning photo combined with light streaks can make for a very appealing ad for poster printing, brochures, and more. And the good news is that anyone can add streaks of light to images with Photoshop. The steps are fairly simple and do not require much time.
Creating an extruded glass text effect using Adobe Photoshop
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: | 3631 clicks
Many are aiming for glossy type glass effects with a 3D extruded style for their titles, logos and headlines. If you want to match those professionals when it comes to that style particularly when brochure printing or flyer printing, you can do it by just following this guide here.
Warping Text to Fit into Shapes with Illustrator
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: | 3438 clicks
In this guide, we will teach you how you can do this kind of text warping into shapes in Illustrator. You can use this to create a more impressive graphic or title effect on your print booklet designs or brochure printing template, or in various printed materials.


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