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TV interlaced scan lines in Photoshop Photoshop Tutorial

This is a very requested photoshop tutorial that simulates the interlaced lines of a TV screen, this effect is used all over the graphics world and very popular on movie posters.

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New Features in Photoshop CC 2014.2 (October release)

This tutorial touches on the best new features in the October 2014 release of Photoshop CC Learn about Libraries, Guide layers, scripted patterns and much more. Watch the video of Colin’s 5 favorite new features that are mainly for designers. Adobe has made large strides to help designers recently.

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Realistic rope in Photoshop Photoshop Tutorial

This tutorial came out of a request from the forum. I was asked if I could make a realistic rope..

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Realistic Microphone in Photoshop Photoshop Tutorial

You asked for it and you got it. More Intermediate/Advanced Tutorials Step up to the Microphone please. We are going to create a microphone in Photoshop. This is a two part tutorial, but you don’t have to wait for part two because I am putting up both parts today. So without any further babble, let’s jump in…

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Photorealistic brick wall Photoshop Tutorial

In this Photoshop Tutorial we are going to create a photorealistic brick wall. First we will make the brick pattern, then we add the texture and then tweak it a bit to create a realistic brick wall.

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Golf Ball Photoshop Tutorial

Phil has provided an excellent tutorial on making a realistic Golfball in Photoshop.

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Wavey Grids in Photoshop Photoshop Tutorial

Making waves: I have been asked many times how I made the wavey Grid in my Sig. So here it is, the official tutorial.

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Texturing your way to 3D Photoshop Tutorial

Let’s talk some more about texturing, this time working with an interface style image over several layers. Photoshop 6 layer styles allow us to do some fantastic effects with patterns, and I want to address some of those effects here. What better way to do that than to show you first hand?

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