Free Photoshop Stuff

Free Photoshop Stuff

Free Photoshop Stuff To celebrate the launch of our brand-new Adobe Photoshop training courses we’ve got a whole load of free Photoshop resources for you to download. Photoshop is the natural home for digital artists nowadays, it’s even become the next step photographer’s use before publishing their images. The idea of uploading or printing pictures that are SOOC (straight out of camera) is becoming quite unknown, therefore, check out all our free Photoshop goodies for you to enhance your artwork with. In addition to all the free downloads please check out our 3 newly designed Photoshop courses covered in our iPhotography PS training suite. The beauty with Photoshop is that you can never stop learning new tricks. Whether you’re a complete beginner, a casual editor or a more advanced artist then we have the perfect add-ons to your Photoshop education.  Watch the Course Preview Here But you want your free stuff first, of course, who wouldn’t?! Well, here it is… 5 Super Shapes Custom shapes are brilliant (and scalable) 2D presets that can quickly add flourishes to your designs without having to manually draw them or edit them from photography. Here are 5 free Photoshop custom shapes for you to embellish your editing with. Simply download the (.CSH) file below and install via EDIT > PRESET > PRESET MANAGER in Photoshop – it’s the same for custom brushes too! 5 Brilliant Brushes Think of a Photoshop brush just like a normal paintbrush to draw lines and shapes in any colour on your picture but the stroke pattern can be totally customised. Moreover, you can resize it, change the rigidity,...
Create a 2D Landscape in Photoshop

Create a 2D Landscape in Photoshop

How to Create a 2D Landscape Scene 2D Landscape – The simplest technique in the Photoshop handbook!  This is the ideal tutorial for those of you who just love creating something from nothing. For this brand-new, step-by-step guide you will require nothing but Photoshop (ideally the CC version but we’ll give you a few pointers for earlier editions) and your imagination to create a 2-dimensional landscape. You won’t need any photographs or resource images for this one, it’s all made in the software. Once you’ve mastered this lesson, you’ll be able to transfer these newly learned skills into all manners of designs, so don’t think it’s just a landscape that you can create – the possibilities are endless with 2D designs. So, let’s get started… 2D Landscape: Step 1 Open a new horizontal (landscape) document and fill the background with a fairly pale-orange colour. This is going to be the sky in our version, but you can choose a blue or yellow if you want to set your landscape in a different time of day. 2D Landscape: Step 2 To start your 2D landscape, create a new layer by choosing Layer> New > Layer from the top menu bar. Pick out your Lasso tool and draw a jagged outline around the bottom of your document, this is going to be our foreground. Make sure you draw a complete line conjoining both ends by drawing along the bottom of the document too (see the video further down). 2D Landscape: Step 3 Pick a dark colour and fill it into the area you’ve just made, something like a dark purple could be nice but...