Learning a new software is always a big challenge. Sometimes the learning curve can be very steep but once you learn it everything becomes much clearer. I believe the only way to learn is to practice all the time. But for those that are starting with Photoshop and get a bit frustrated or upset with the learning process I recommend the Top 40 Photoshop Features by Lynda.com that will give you an idea of how Photoshop works.
Top 40 Photoshop Features
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I'm a Brazilian product designer based in Oakland, California currently working for Google as a Staff Designer. I am also the founder of Abduzeedo, an award-winning digital publication about design and a personal project that has become the source of inspiration for millions of designers and enthusiasts.
It's not usually our day to share a tutorial but why not. Thanks for our friends from Photoshop CC and Adobe Stock, we are sharing this cool tutorial about making a cinemagraph using those very same tools.
Last week we posted a tutorial showing how to create simple artwork in Illustrator and then in Photoshop we added a few effects to make it look old and with that vintage/hipster feel. Some people asked about some of the steps in Photoshop so I decided to make a simple walkthrough about how to use Photoshop to create this kind of effect. It's a simple technique but it can be very handy for this kind of artwork.
So in this tutorial I will show you how to create a simple vintage look stencil in Photoshop.
A creative mind will light up anyone's day, right? Of course! Even more when you're talking about amazingly cute animals in suits. It may sound funny, but from the feature image you get the picture already.
This project by Spanish designer Yago Partal truly reminds me of the movie Fantastic Mr. Fox, which featured animals in clothing, many such as these used by Yago. The only sad part about it is that many of these animals dress better I do (lol).