July 10th, 2008

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male model tutorial with lots of effects.

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(In Photoshop CS3, but I think most of it is translatable.)

Effects Used:
Bird effect, rainbow effect, squares effect, flower effect, shiny effect, pink blob effect, sharpen effect, gorgeous blue effect, black effect, and lines effect. Learn all these at once and spare yourself the trouble of multiple tutorials!

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Simple tutorial: frame textures

The last of the requested tutorials. No more tutorial!spam after this, promise. ;)

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Tutorial For: Photoshop CS2
Made in: Photoshop CS2
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Image Heavy? No.
Translatable? On the coloring, no. Pasting textures onto your icon should translate, though. *G*
PSD? No.
Requested by: cartography


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PLEASE DIRECT ALL COMMENTS TO THIS POST. THANK YOU!
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- made in PS 7.0
- translatable (except for one optional step)

This is probably my first decent icon, and I'm, obviously, not very good yet. Criticism is lovely and appreciated.

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Also, a quick question. If I wanted to reuse the same coloring, is there a quick way to copy it onto an image instead of going to through all the steps again?

First post: Icon Color Recipe No. 1

First post! I've been playing around for a few days in spare moments here and there trying to find a coloring that would work with most bases, regardless of what their dominant color was. And so, I present to you:

Icon Color Recipe No. 1
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I'd love to see what you come up with.

PS Type Tool Problem

Hi, I have a problem with the type tool on Photoshop CS2. I'm new to Photoshop, so originally I thought it was just me being a bit slow, but I asked my friend who has been using Photoshop for a while and she said that it doesn't even look the same as hers. When I click the type tool and make a box on the image, no cursor is shown and what I type doesn't show up on the image. The text I type is always in a readable font, at size 12 or larger and in a clear colour. As soon as I deselect the layer, the layer is renamed to what I tried to type onto the image.

I have read online that a few people have been having similar problems, and someone suggested (to someone else, not me) to reset the preferences by holding control+shift+alt as PS started up, but I have done this and it is still not working. The only other thing I have seen is people suggesting reinstalling Photoshop, but I have read that this doesn't correct the problem either.

Sorry that I'm not very good at explaining things... please, someone help me if you can. Thanks.