For this little experiment I created a custom Photoshop brush and tweaked the settings of the brush until I had it like I wanted. After that it was merely a matter of painting away with a Wacom tablet until I had things as I liked them. Finally, I set a single type layer above the […]
Here is a texture I ran across on a plastic weather beaten mailbox. It is a nice consistency and would work well for distressed looks or grungy backgrounds. Enjoy and share it around (with proper credit please!) copyright Joseph Brewster 2012
Yes, I know this is the face you make when mean old hackers steal your blogging toys (passwords, logins, and such). This post comes as a reaction to many bloggers being attacked by a hack that creates a blog post names something like “Yaay! I’m Getting Money To Take Surveys” (or variations on that theme). […]
Thank you for checking out my new tutorial. I recorded some Photoshop tutorials a while back on THIS YOUTUBE CHANNEL, but it’s time for something fresh, so here we go! In this video tutorial I cover some basic uses for textures in creating a vintage retro look. I set up a small web sized poster […]
I’m often asked “what do you edit in?” and there was a time when that was an easy answer: Photoshop! That’s not the case across the board for every assignment, so I want to give a quick overview of what I use and why I use it.
So, instead of inundating my blog with needless post clutter, I am going to throw all these promo posters on the table in one lovely post. Enjoy! Share them around! Save breasts!
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