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Create a Vector Style Illustration in Photoshop – Day 2

In this tutorial you will learn how to create an illustration model using photoshop smudge tool and burn tool..You will be able to add some dimensionality to the Illustration. By the end you will lear enough information with best practice on how to create your own following those instructions. Get your Coffee, set tight and […]

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Create a Vector Style Illustration in Photoshop – Day 1

In this tutorial you will learn how to create an illustration model using photoshop smudge tool and burn tool..You will be able to add some dimensionality to the Illustration. By the end you will lear enough information with best practice on how to create your own following those instructions. Get your Coffee, set tight and […]

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Create a Realistic iMac icon in Photoshop [Keyboard ] – Part 3

Today’s session, we will create a workshop by demonstrating a creation of a realistic iMac icon 3D using Photoshop application, including Keyboard and a mouse. In this Tutorial you will Observe how to create 3D designs.Let’s get started!

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Create a Realistic iMac icon in Photoshop [ Mouse ] – Part 2

Today’s session, we will create a workshop by demonstrating a creation of a realistic iMac icon 3D using Photoshop application, including Keyboard and a mouse. In this Tutorial you will Observe how to create 3D designs.Let’s get started!

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Create a Realistic iMac icon in Photoshop [ Screen ] – Part 1

Today’s session, we will create a workshop by demonstrating a creation of a realistic iMac icon 3D using Photoshop application, including Keyboard and a mouse. In this Tutorial you will Observe how to create 3D designs.Let’s get started!

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Adobe Photoshop CS5 shortcut keys

Keyboard Shortcuts are keystrokes used to quickly invoke a command. As well, shortcuts usually (but not always) involve a modifier key such as Ctrl/Cmd, Alt/Opt, or Shift. For example, instead of choosing Select » Deselect from the menus, you could simply press Ctrl/Cmd+D.

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