In this Photoshop tutorial we’ll be making a cool, glossy star logo, using the default Photoshop shapes, some layer styles, and simple effects. You can see what I made using this tutorial in the below image.
In this Photoshop tutorial I’m going to be teaching you how to design a somewhat realistic (sort of cartoon-themed) ribbon in Photoshop! I’m sure if you read this tutorial carefully, even the beginners will be able to understand and follow through until the end result. This is what we will be designing in this tutorial:
In this quick Photoshop tutorial we’ll be learning how to design a set of really cool, war-style game navigation buttons 🙂
In this tutorial I’m going to be showing you an easy way to make some pretty simple, but nice and glossy navigation buttons, just like the ones below!
In this simple Photoshop tutorial we’ll be looking at a simple technique that’s quite popular at the moment. The technique is using gradients/brushes to make soft highlights/glows on things, it’s particularly popular with some styles of forum skins. You can see the end result of this tutorial below.
In this simple Photoshop tutorial, I’ll be teaching you how to design a simple, attractive orb. Just like the one shown below.
You can see what we’ll be designing in this tutorial below, I call it a ‘cartoony cloud splash’, because I think it could be used effectively as a website splash page. This tutorial is really really easy, in case you’re new to Photoshop!
Well, in this Photoshop tutorial I’m going to be teaching you how to make a ‘tattered banner effect’ like the one shown in the above image, you like the look of it? Well then, let’s get started! 🙂
In this short and simple tutorial I’m going to teach you how to make a very stylish, sleek text effect, like the example I’ve shown in the below image.
In this very easy Photoshop tutorial we’ll be learning how to design a nice, sleek navigation bar that you can use on your website design. This is a beginner tutorial, so if you’re an intermediate or professional Photoshop user, I’m not sure you’ll be learning from this 😉