You can take any photo or drawing and make it look like it belongs in the funny pages. Chris McVeigh walks you through the steps.
Here’s a round-up of some of the most compelling freeware plug-ins currently available for Photoshop CS3, CS4, and CS5, and Photoshop Elements 8.
There's no need to bust open Photoshop for shape-based Web graphics and images. You can easily use iWeb to create interesting and unusual art for your site.
Need a simple way to protect your hard work? Use Photoshop CS5 to add a text watermark to your artwork or photography before sending it off to prospective clients.
Ever want to make your photos or drawings more elegant-looking by having rounded corners? Here's how to do it in 12 easy steps.
Always wanted to use your own artwork for iTunes music, movies, and TV files? Chris McVeigh shows you a quick, way to create your own album covers.
Ever wondered how to place images inside letters like those old-fashioned postcards? Chris McVeigh shows you how to create cool typography with Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
Photoshop ships with lots of great brushes, but sometimes you need a different and specific one. Chris McVeigh shows you how to create Photoshop brushes from scratch.
Whether you're sending business correspondence or wedding invitations, a customized envelope can help your correspondence hit home. Chris McVeigh tells you how to spiff up your envelopes with OS X's Address Book.
If you want unique icons for your desktop or for social networking, you can create your own by hand, as we showed in part one of this series. Today, in part two, Chris McVeigh shows you some freeware and shareware apps you can use to help with the process.
There are many reasons why you'd want unique icons. Whatever the reason, Chris McVeigh walks you through some simple steps in this first of a two-part series on icon creation and customization.
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