We run a lot of deals on outstanding texture packs around here, like this week's 150+ Authentically Vintage Paper Textures. Sometimes the textures are just what you need right out of the box, but every once in a while, you need to dirty things up for the perfect look.
This tutorial will teach you how to quickly add some extra interest to plain looking textures using Photoshop filters and layer styles.
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Creating logos can be a chore, especially when the client is looking for something inexpensive, fast, AND high quality. The only way to provide all three is by using something like a logo creation kit.
This sample pack includes 3 vector designs, plus 3 vector shapes that you can mix and match to create completely custom logos. It's just a small part of everything included in LogoZilla: The Ultimate Logo Creation Kit.
There's vector artwork, and then there's raster artwork. They are completely different and there's no way to make them work together. Or is there?
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to add texture and depth to a vector shape in Photoshop using images, layer masks, and blend modes. This is a great way to mock up a design, or just make your work more tangible. Let's get started.
Last week I was part of launching a new website called The Creative Feed, which brings together all the best creative content from across the internet into one beautiful, easy-to-use place, including tutorials, articles, freebies, and more.