Adobe Photoshop is, simply put, the most popular photo editing software around. Virtually everyone uses (or has used) Adobe Photoshop to edit images, either for work, artistic or recreational purposes. The reason why Photoshop is so popular is the fact that it has such a huge number of features that can be used to manipulate images. It’s so versatile, that you can use several images to create an entirely new one. But no one said it was easy.
Today’s freebie vector is a vector monster. Feel free to use it in commercial and non-commercial projects, personal websites and printed work, as long as it’s a part of a larger design. Please do not sell it, redistribute it yourself, claim it as your own or give it as a bonus item to boost sales for your own products.
Each month, we go take a look at what tutorials have popped up over the previous four weeks and collect the ones we thought were the best, and showcase them in tutorial roundups. Today, I will be taking a look at some cool tutorials from this year’s first month.
By extension, as a graphic designer, you need to know how to use Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. Each month, we do a roundup of the best tutorials we have found in the past 30 days, and post it on our website.
To help you out in your quest for proficiency, each month we compile a list of some of the best Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator tutorials we find on the internet.
Illustrator and Photoshop tutorials roundup for July. If you want to see more of our roundups, you can check them out here, where we also have separate, stand-alone tutorials.
Illustrator and Photoshop tutorial roundup for June. We hope the tutorials we gathered for you here will help you create fantastic designs of your own, and make you a more proficient Adobe user.