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 unlock an “index” layer in Photoshop
When you start learning Photoshop, you may encounter some problems that are just crazy. Especially when you open an image, but find in the palette of layers that it is…

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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 choose the right color scheme for the site? (part 4)

If so, then you have some experience, and you know that the selection of color schemes is not easy.
The color should be calm enough so that you can stay in the room for hours and the color does not put pressure on you. At the same time, you do not want the color to be boring, and the room looks like a hospital room.

Choosing a background color for your site is not much different than choosing a paint for your room!

How to choose the background color

If you choose paint for a modern clothing store and for a country house, would you choose the same color?
Obviously not. These two rooms serve for different purposes. Continue reading

Create a double stroke effect in Photoshop

In today’s guide, I would like to tell how to stroke the text in Photoshop.

Photoshop layer styles let you easily add shadows, glows, outlines, color overlays, and more. Combining these effects, you can design texts, shapes and other elements in the image. In older versions of Photoshop, you could add only one shadow, only one stroke effect, and this created certain limitations. Today in Photoshop CC, you can apply the same style an infinite number of times, and that is what we will do today.

We will add a double outline to the same text. Let’s find out how to do it. Continue reading

RGB and CMYK color models: an affordable guide

Additive model
Additive colors are created using a method that combines many different shades. Red, green and blue are the main colors that are used in the additive model. Combinations of two of these colors create an additional color: cyan, magenta, or yellow.
You often see RGB images on TVs and computer monitors. This mode can only be used by devices that generate light. An image made in RGB is only suitable for printing on a digital printer.

If you want the layout to be professionally printed, you will have to change the color mode to CMYK.

CMYK:
CMYK stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. This is a subtractive model, the opposite of RGB. In it, colors are subtracted from natural white light into pigments, which are then printed on paper with tiny dots. For example, subtracting magenta from yellow will give red. Continue reading

31 freeware graphics software (part 2)
12. Sumo Paint - a browser-based application for creating graphic design If you want to start working with images in a browser, Sumo Paint will help with this. It can…

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How to create a Candy Stars text effect in Adobe Photoshop
Sources 8 patterns of wood. Grungy Cracked Wall. Sweet Stars. Step 1 Open the hetedeik.png image from a set of 8 tree patterns. Then go to Edit> Define Pattern. After…

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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 place two images side by side in Photoshop
Learn how to combine two photos into one image using Photoshop. Walkthrough for Photoshop CC and CS6. In the example, we use photographs in portrait (vertical) orientation so that the…

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