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Jul
20
2013

Making Your Workspace Work For You

Productivity is made up of more than just action items, emails, and process improvement.  The environment around you can affect your mood and your results.  Things like noise and temperature are proven to affect your typing speed and accuracy.  Taking control of your workspace is an effective way to demonstrate productivity to yourself and others. For the best tutorials, Follow netglos @twitter and netglos.com If you’re unsure how to do that, start by asking yourself a few […]

May
11
2013

Ways of Bringing Back Creativity

As creative people, there are those days that our brain seems dead. No ideas coming in, run out of creative fuel while thinking of the deadliest deadlines of projects on going. Commonly known as creative block, many are faced with this kind of situation either caused by personal problems, mental block, emotional barrier, communication breakdown, etc. All people in the creative industry is experiencing it. A writer, designer, painter, sculptor or even an art director is once […]

Feb
5
2013

Various Forms of Visual Arts

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Art can be called a language or a medium through which you can channelise your feelings, thoughts and intellect. The vision and the internal moods of your mind are conveyed to the world through art. Art can be categorized into three forms namely: visual art which includes painting, sculpture, calligraphy, photography; applied art like fashion design, architecture, wood crafts, interior design and jewelry  design ; performing art includes dance, singing, films , theatre, music and […]

Dec
27
2012

The Top 75 “Photo of the Day” of 2012

Please note the photographs themselves were not necessarily taken in 2012, they just happened to be featured as a ‘Picture of the Day’ this year. The pictures are also listed in reverse chronological order. There is no ranking between the photos themselves Enjoy! And stay Sifty my friends     75. THE RED ZONE AT THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM   Photograph by Elia Locardi on Google+ | blamethemonkey.com       74. ONE TRIPPY PROFILE […]

Dec
19
2012

Realistic Makeup with Photoshop

It’s true. Women spend a lot of time getting ready. That is because the makeup application process is quite tedious and time-consuming. The physical process of applying makeup involves concealing blemishes and painting the face with rich colors. In many ways, the process mirrors that of digital retouching techniques. In this tutorial, we will explain how to apply makeup digitally using many of the same techniques that women use to apply physical makeup to their […]

Mar
29
2012

Photoshop CS6’s new features

Photoshop CS6 is now available for download in Beta. For the last several months, we have been speculating about what features we can expect to see in Photoshop CS6. This speculation was fueled by the Photoshop team’s release of several sneak peek videos that revealed some exciting new features. Now that the speculation is over and Photoshop CS6 Beta is available for us to download and try, we have been able to make a careful examination […]

Mar
28
2012

Createing One-Page Web Design Layout with Photoshop

In this tutorial we will explain how to create a one-page retro web design using Adobe Photoshop. While most of the design is created in Photoshop, we will also use Illustrator to create various shapes and elements. Let’s get started!   This tutorial was a collaboration with Ciursa Ionut. Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. Retro Icons Tileables Shapes Pack Tileables Lines Pack Muncie font Oswald font Open Sans […]

Jan
20
2012

Creating a Depressing War Surroundings using Photoshop

If you want to create a good scenery, a lot of photo combinations are unavoidable. Therefore, good planning for preparing your sources and background design are required. This tutorial will show you how to form a tank and arrange a soldier together.   Step 1 Preparing the source All you need to do is selecting good stock pictures, doing experiment on using Free Transform Tool and Adjustment layers to set the mood and lightning. Here […]

Jan
20
2012

Creating a Cherry in Ice Cube with Photoshop Tutorial

A nice ice cube is not easy to create, due to its condition and surface are difficult to be copied. However, applying Photoshop setting can allow you to form the ice cube. Then, you can arrange your object to be inside the cube, such as animal or any fruits. Create a new document in Photoshop – 800 * 600px, 72 px/inch. Unlock background layer and apply following layer style effects to it. Choose Rounded Rectangle […]

Jan
12
2012

Making 3D Portraits with Lots of Screws

“Most people are drawn to the portraits because they have something different about them (from a distance especially). Seeing them in person is a whole different feel than seeing the photograph. They have a sense of depth that the photo can’t capture.”- Andrew Myers Meet Andrew Myers, one of the most patient modern-day sculptors around. This Laguna Beach, California-based artist goes through a multi-step process to create incredible works of art you almost have to […]

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