Corel Painter vs Photoshop: Digital Painting Comparison (part 1)
You can draw digital painting in both Corel Painter and Photoshop, depending on how you want to work, how much time you are willing to spend on additional study of…

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How to create an animated GIF using Photoshop
How to create and save GIFs in Photoshop If you spend a lot of time on the Internet, you have seen animated GIFs (gifs). This is a cross between a…

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How to create a surreal scene in Adobe Photoshop
Manual details Program: Photoshop CS3 +. Lead time: 120 minutes. Difficulty: Intermediate. Sources Field. Sky. Crashed plane. Tree. Model. Fish. Step 1 Create a new 1800 x 1000 px document…

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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Create a shop theme for handmade products in Photoshop (part 3)

Step 6
Now we’ll create another section of the site’s layout, in which more products will be presented, and call it “Popular”. People are always looking for popular products that others have used.

Duplicate the layer (CTRL + J) and change the title, description and products of the “Trending” section. Create additional copies of the product layers and make a 3 by 2 lattice from popular products:
Lead capture
After creating most of the elements of visual impact, it’s time to gather information about visitors in case they are not ready to buy something right now. So that you can offer them something later. Continue reading

Create a shop theme for handmade products in Photoshop (part 2)

Step 6
It’s time to create a catchy title for your website layout design. Use the large and bold font Source Sans Pro and write a short title. I used Source Sans Pro (black color), size – 70, tracking – 160:
Step 7
You have attracted the attention of the user, now you need to add a second message and a call to action. To keep the design consistent, I used Source Serif Pro (regular) font size 28 for the subtitle and second search button.

Pay attention to the indentation that I used. Always leave enough space around the elements so that they are better perceived and look more organized. If you look closely, you can see that the text layers are closer to each other. This is due to the law of distribution of Gestalt.

“In accordance with the law of distribution, the psd elements of the site layout that are next to each other seem to be grouped” Continue reading

16 best examples of website homepage design (part 3)
14) Basecamp For a long time, Basecamp pages have been amazing and here you can understand why. They always have spectacular headlines and clever animations; The call to action is…

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How to change eye color using Photoshop
How to change eye color in Photoshop Step 1: Zoom In Select the Scale tool in the toolbar: Select the Zoom tool Press the area between the eyes several times…

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How to choose the right color scheme for the site? (part 3)
Step 2. In the upper left side you will see a rectangle with the following color schemes: Sequential; Monochrome Triangular; Complementary; Compound Shades. Choose a color scheme Experiment with different…

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16 best examples of website homepage design (part 1)
1) The design of the home page clearly answers the question “Who am I?”, “What am I offering?” And / or “What can the user do here?” If you represent…

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