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Saturday, December 28, 2013

#Photoshop: 5 Ways to Perfect Your Digital Paintings

Most artists will tell you that there is no such thing as a perfect painting. There are always parts of a painting that can be tweaked or improved. The best an artist can do is to bring the artwork...

#Photoshop: 5 Ways to Perfect Your Digital Paintings

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: Free expressions training

It's a little bit dated, and I do plan on an update. But still, the majority of expressions questions I see on forums are covered in this series.

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: Free expressions training

#Photoshop: Create a 3D Ice Text Effect With Modo and Photoshop

While Photoshop allows us to do many things, often, the final outcome we are looking for just can’t be accomplished using Photoshop alone. One of the best things about Photoshop, however, is that i...

#Photoshop: Create a 3D Ice Text Effect With Modo and Photoshop


#Writing: Can vs. May

Can and may belong to a category of verbs variously referred to as auxiliary, helping, modal, and defective. They are linguistic fossils, deriving from Old English conjugations that have dwindled t...

#Writing: Can vs. May

#Photoshop: Create a Fiery City War Scene

Learn how to create this amazing photo manipulation by Andrea García! This tutorial starts by compositing the city landscape using several stock photos then moves on to adding fire and flame. After that, you’ll learn how to add a gas mask to a model and finish up with a warm color effect and a few additional details.

#Photoshop: Create a Fiery City War Scene

#Photoshop: 7 Questions About Soft Light

In the studio there’s two types of light that photographers use to define their subject, hard light and soft light. Both have their place but usually in the studio I use soft light when shooting portraits. Getting the light from your studio flash or speedlite can be done in several ways. You can use one light or multiple lights, a softbox or umbrella and in this video I look at them all...

#Photoshop: 7 Questions About Soft Light

#Photography: Parallax Animation: Bringing Still Photographs to Life

A little technique called “parallax” can add a lot of life to your photographs. Joe Fellows, founder of a London-based animation and short film production company called Make Productions, describes...

#Photography: Parallax Animation: Bringing Still Photographs to Life


#Photography: Beginner's Guide to Waterfall Photography

There are few things more majestic than a flowing waterfall, whether it’s on the Niagara river or the little stream behind your house. There are many ways to photograph these natural wonders, and I...

#Photography: Beginner's Guide to Waterfall Photography

#Photoshop: Adding Texture and Transparency to 3D Objects in Photoshop CS6 Extended

3D graphics in the browser have been a hot topic ever since it was first introduced. But if you were to create your apps using plain WebGL, it would take ages. This is exactly why some really usefu...

#Photoshop: Adding Texture and Transparency to 3D Objects in Photoshop CS6 Extended

#Musicproduction: KX77FREE Kx-PolyM-CSE #free synth plugin updated to v1.1

Kx-PolyM-CSE is a vintage modular polyphonic synthesizer with CV/GATE sequencer and CS70M emulation.

#Musicproduction: KX77FREE Kx-PolyM-CSE #free synth plugin updated to v1.1

#Photoshop: Create a Fish Bowl Filling with Refractive Water

In this tutorial, we will be creating a fish bowl, refracting water, and an animated fish. We will first start by creating water with the help of CC Mercury and CC Sphere. We’ll then add all the re...

#Photoshop: Create a Fish Bowl Filling with Refractive Water


#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: #Free Sparkle Rays Background

After Effects background in HD using a shape layer combined with Turbulent Noise, Optical Flares, Particular and Starglow

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: #Free Sparkle Rays Background