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In today’s Design Tip of the Day, we’re creating DIY Watercolor Washes using a fun and easy method that results in completely one of a kind, abstract elements like some of the ones we just released in our Watercolors 3 Elements and Texture Pack. Want to see how we created them? Let’s go! Read More ›
In today’s design tip of the week, we’re going to play with making our exes disappear, as inspired by my viewing of External Sunshine of the Spotless Mind this past weekend. (Thank you Netflix!)
– Photo of you and your ex
STEP ONE: Give your phone to your best friend for the next few minutes (we’re tempting fate here, I know), then open your photo in Photoshop. Select the blur tool, and check the “Sample All Layers” box.
STEP TWO: Shift + Ctrl + N to add a new layer to your document.
STEP THREE: Making sure that this layer is selected, use the blur tool to wipe away years of resentment.
How to Organize Your Design Files
Design file names and folder structure are a key ingredient to your success as a graphic designer.
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Create an Abstract Background in PS in Five Steps
Today, we’ll be creating an abstract background texture using Photoshop. Let’s start by opening PS and creating a new document, sized 4235 x 2927. Read More ›
Join us each and every week here at the Arsenal blog, where we we’ll be sharing a design shortcut or mini-tutorial to make your life a little easier (and design a lot more fun). Read More ›
Today’s design tip will only take a minute or two out of your day. We’re going to show you how to quickly change layer opacity. Let’s go! Read More ›
My niece and nephew are obsessed with Jib Jab! They spend hours creating silly videos with our family playing the role of ice skating stars, hula dancers and Justin Bieber.
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