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[26 Sep 2012 | No Comment | ]

Stop Motion Animation is often regarded as one of the easiest and simplest type of animation that we can ever create. Since it makes use of home environment, digital cameras and easy to use locomotive objects, Stop Motion Animation (SMA) can be probably created by anyone.
A Stop Motion Animation is based on the principle that serial frames of pictures and photographs will give the viewer an illusion of motion. In simple words, Stop Motion Animation is nothing but a series of individual photographs of a movable object. And, today we …

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[1 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
How to make the Pepsi logo without drawing a line? [Photoshop Tutorial]

Pepsi Cola is popular with people all around the world and its logo design is also famous! And would you like to make a copy of Pepsi logo all by yourself without drawing lines and circles? Now you can realize it using Logo Maker in a very simple way! Let’s get started at once.
Step one
Choose two semicircles from Shape-Geometry category of Resource panel onto canvas. Select one of them and click on Mirror button to choose Vertical Mirror on tool bar. Then move semicircle to make …

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[12 Sep 2011 | One Comment | ]
Recreating The Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes Poster [Photoshop Tutorial]

A great thing I love to do whenever I have a bit of spare time is to open Photoshop and try to re-create the latest big movies post. There’s tonnes of great movie posters out there so you will never run out of subjects to re-create and doing so is great for practicing any new techniques!
So lets have a go at the new Planet of the Apes movie: Rise of the Planet of the Apes (what a mouthful that is!). First you’ll want to gather resources. We need the movie …

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[12 Oct 2009 | 4 Comments | ]
Inspiration For Designers – The 30 Stunning Patterns In Nature

Creativity always rules, but for thinking beyond the general people there is need of food of inspiration. Photoshop users can save themselves a great deal of time and end up with better results by taking inspiration from nature.

Here we have listed the 30 patterns seen in flowers, plants and animals. These are the patterns created by the supreme power. Click on the images for original and larger view.
Arctic Char

Back Lit Leaf

Boa Scales

Bright Feathers

Calla Lily Detail

Castor Bean Leaf

Claret Cup Cactus

Coleus CloseUp

Elephant Skin

Fern Pattern

Flower Spores

Giraffe Spots

Green Leaf

Hair Cap Moss

Hairpin Banksia

Hibiscus Petals

Jaguar …