Photoshop Tutorials Roundup – October 2012

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It’s that time of the month again – that awesome time when I roam the Internet looking for the coolest, most useful Photoshop tutorials to show you. I’ve tried to broaden the search a bit, meaning I also prepared a very appreciated PSD to HTML tutorial.

Only nine tuts made the cut this month, so here’s what we’re going to learn together today: how to code a Photoshop file to a working website, how to create a rainy lake scene, how to paint the caricature of Audrey Tautou, how to create a Man of Steel poster, a photo composite with Filter Forge and Photoshop, how to create a headset icon, how to create a “Two-Faced” digital painting, how to draw a retro Gameboy from scratch and last but not least a raw horror movie poster design. Enjoy!

PSD to HTML Tutorial: Code a Photoshop File to a Working Website

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How to Create a Rainy Lake Scene in Photoshop

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Create a “Two-Faced” Digital Painting in Photoshop

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Draw a Retro Gameboy from Scratch in Photoshop

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Painting the Caricature of Audrey Tautou

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Create a Headset Icon in Photoshop

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Man of Steel Movie Poster Tutorial

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Create a Photo Composite with Filter Forge and Photoshop

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Create a Raw Horror Movie Poster Design in Photoshop

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Which of these great tutorials do you like best?

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