In this video tutorial I show you how to make a clipping mask, by creating clipping masks you can create unique shapes and designs. In this video you will learn the different techniques that can be used when creating clipping masks.
If you have any questions feel free to put them in the comment box below.
In this video tutorial you will learn basic animation in Adobe After effects. By learning how to animate objects/text in After Effects you will be able to make your projects stand out from everyone else.
If you have any questions on this video put them in the comments and I will get to them as soon as I can.
How to use the refine Edge Tool in Photoshop – Photoshop Tutorial
In this video tutorial I show you how to use the Refine Edge tool. The refine edge tool allows you to easily select fine parts of a photo so you can delete the background of the image OR do other things such as create layer masks.
The refine edge tool is great when trying to select hair in an image as well as any other fine/small part of an image.
In this video tutorial I show you how to create Rollover Buttons in Adobe Dreamweaver.
When you are building a website you want your site to look its best and have the most up to date design techniques available to you. If you are using Adobe Dreamweaver there is an easy way to create rollover buttons.
What is a “Rollover Button” anyway?
A rollover button is a clickable button on your webpage that changes the way it looks when the user hovers their mouse over it. It allows the website user to know that this is a clickable link.
Watch this video to learn how to easily create rollover buttons in Adobe Dreamweaver.
In this video tutorial we are taking a look at the application Pixelmator. Pixelmator is a great application that is similar to photoshop in many ways.
Pixelmator is photo editing software at its best, and in this video we talk about all of the different design tools and options you will be using in your first few weeks and months of using Pixelmator.
Tools discussed in this video:
Marquee Selection Tool
Elipse Selection Tool
Rectangular Selection Tool
Freeform Pen Tool
Clone Stamp Tool
Red Eye Tool
These are just the basics of what you will be learning in this beginner Pixelmator tutorial.
In this weeks “Tip Of The Week“, we are in Adobe Photoshop CS6 and we are learning how to create custom shortcut keys.
A shortcut key is a key on your keyboard that is designated to a certain action in Photoshop. For Example: V is the shortcut key for the Direct Selection tool, and when you press the V key the direct selection tool is now selected.
1.) The first thing that you need to do is open up photoshop and then go to Edit — Keyboard Shortcuts. 2.) Once the keyboard shortcuts option box is open you need to duplicate the “Photoshop Default Set” by clicking on the duplicate option. 3.) After you have duplicated the set you can now select which shortcut keys you want to change, add, or delete.
This also works for all of Adobe’s other software. (Indesign, Illustrator, etc).