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Ambowife Designs 08-09-2011 10:00 PM

Tutorials
 
The tutorial section on our blog: http://www.digitalscrapbookingstudio...ory/tutorials/;
and my post on shadows: http://www.digitalscrapbookingstudio...ld-you-shadow/

Tell us where you find great tutorials
Here's some I stumbled across on Youtube today

Photoshop

Torn Paper by Stormrse

Creating paper Texture plates by Stormrse

using masks in photoshop by natator64


Photoshop Elements

Creating digital paper by Digital Scrapbooking

Creating your own brushes by Ceebee Digital Scrapbooking

Soft Filter Effect by icelinkdesign

Hand Tinting b&w images/elements etc by ceebee digital scrapbooking

Folded corner by Red leaf Designs

Rolled Corner by Red Leaf Designs
(do the folded corner tut first)

Custom Background papers using blend modes by Red Leaf Designs (blending a photo into a paper)

Making stitches out of stitch lines that are just shapes by red leaf designs

Gingham Paper by hummdingertub

Layer Masks cheat by natator64
Part 2 PSE

Custom Drop Shadows by Ceebee Digital Scrapbooking

Distressing paper by Scrappingguy


Toiny's fave Shadow Tutorials:

Toiny 08-27-2012 08:39 AM

Re: Tutorials
 
I moved this up from last years Next Designer Contest. Please post any additional links to tutorials that you think will help!

Don't forget the tutorial section on our blog: http://www.digitalscrapbookingstudio...ory/tutorials/; or my post on shadows: http://www.digitalscrapbookingstudio...ld-you-shadow/

Studio4 Designworks 08-27-2012 11:31 AM

Re: Tutorials
 
This is a fabulous set of tutorials on the blog. I just had a quick look and for any beginner who is interested in learning some great tricks for creating LOs in PS or PSE, this is a great resource and everyone should have it bookmarked! If you're a "Newbie" and have been a little intimidated, this will put you on the road to becoming a confident LO artist!

NancyP 08-28-2012 08:13 AM

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Photoshop Elements 10 Text on a Path
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RB4uaHsQmOY

kimberkatt 09-01-2012 07:13 AM

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There are also a few good tut's in the forum here

And, I like to hit PSDTuts+ - they have some really good tutorials over there ;)

DanielleS83 09-02-2012 11:36 AM

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I LOVE PSDTuts+!

jilbert 09-04-2012 10:41 PM

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Thank you SO much for that list of tutorials!!! I think I went through every one of them even if they were for something other that Photoshop CS ... I learned SO much and I'm actually considered a PS Pro (started using Photoshop at version 2.5)!!!! Goes to show you, you can never learn all that Photoshop or, for that matter, any graphics software can do ...

Now to share --

I have learned so much from Nathan Smith's abundance of tutorials and links (in fact, they're all over the place and, unfortunately, I've lost most of the links due to some hardware problems). I recommend that you start with his deviantART account (http://nmsmith.deviantart.com/) and go from there. I learned about making jewels and beads using his tutorials and have since turned many of the techniques into layer styles (note to self: get organized and post some of these styles).

Although not free, this resource is worth every penny ... especially since the monthly cost is no more than the cost of one GOOD graphics textbook. The site is Lynda.com (http://lynda.com). I've been a fan of "Lynda" and her crew back when she first started publishing books about creating graphics for use on the web and I still love her stuff. I am still a subscriber even though I've retired and must pay for it with my own penny's (~$25/month).

Again, thanks to all for taking the time to share your links/resources!!!

redplaid3 09-06-2012 08:24 AM

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Thanks for this thread! WOW!

starwarsfans 09-06-2012 08:26 AM

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I will be bookmarking this thread. Thanks!

browneyedsusan 09-06-2012 09:15 PM

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Awesome tuts, thanks for sharing them.

jimmyrose 09-29-2013 09:58 AM

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Would love to see tuts for PSP too.

jmdt1129 09-29-2013 05:52 PM

Re: Tutorials
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jilbert (Post 127775)
I have learned so much from Nathan Smith's abundance of tutorials and links (in fact, they're all over the place and, unfortunately, I've lost most of the links due to some hardware problems). I recommend that you start with his deviantART account (http://nmsmith.deviantart.com/) and go from there. I learned about making jewels and beads using his tutorials and have since turned many of the techniques into layer styles (note to self: get organized and post some of these styles).

Thanks for posting the info on Nathan Smith! Awesome stuff!!


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