Tuts+ Community Challenge: Created by You, June Edition

Welcome to our monthly feature of fantastic tutorial results created by you, the Tuts+ community! Every day visitors like you take the time to not only read our tutorials but also try them out. This is an assortment of those comment submissions found throughout the Design & Illustration section

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Tuts+ Community Challenge: Created by You, June Edition

Create a Pride Rainbow Overlay in Adobe Photoshop

Yesterday we shared a tutorial on how to Create a Pride Rainbow Gradient Overlay in Adobe Illustrator . Today, we’ll keep the celebration going with a similar technique. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to apply a rainbow overlay with images in Adobe Photoshop

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Create a Pride Rainbow Overlay in Adobe Photoshop

The A to Z of CorelDRAW

CorelDRAW Graphics Suite’s toolbox and dockers are jam-packed with useful tools, options, and settings that may be new to you or as familiar as the back of your hand. This A to Z list breaks down most of the program’s tools, dockers, and functions with links to relevant tutorials showing you what fantastic things CorelDRAW can do. You can check out CorelDRAW X7 for a free 30 day trial to get you started with the program.

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The A to Z of CorelDRAW

How to Create a Flat, Minimalist Rock Card Using Adobe Illustrator

What You’ll Be Creating Today I’m going to show you how we can create a flat, minimalist rock card using some of Illustrator’s basic tools such as the Ellipse Tool and Rectangle Tool combined with the power of the Pen and Direct Selection Tools. Buckle up, and let’s get started! Truth be told, I was and probably still am deeply fond of rock music

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Adobe Photoshop for Kids: Multiple Me!

What You’ll Be Creating As a digital artist who tends to spend too many hours in front of my computer screen, I always enjoy finding a project where I can invite my kids to take part in a digital art adventure! In this project, I wanted to craft a tutorial that would be fun and interesting for kids to actually produce. So my daughter and I set out for the local town square early one morning with a handful of props and camera gear, and ended up with a laughter-filled project that she got to create! I’ve divided the instruction into two sections: parents and kids

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How to Create a Twisted Balloon Text Effect in Adobe Illustrator

What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a set of detailed balloon pattern brushes and how to use them to create a neat text effect in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to set up a simple grid, how to create the main shapes and how to add subtle shading and highlights. Once you have all these shapes, you will learn how to easily slice them and how to save a set of patterns

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Create a Glass Shard Reflection Double Exposure Effect in Adobe Photoshop

What You’ll Be Creating If you haven’t seen Taylor Swift’s video for her hit song, Style , then do yourself a favor and check it out! Not surprisingly it’s a “stylistic” video, and it contains some wonderfully inspiring effects using silhouettes and double exposures. In this series of tutorials I’m deconstructing some of those effects and showing you how to reproduce them in Adobe Photoshop

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New Course: Mastering Sports Illustration & Design

What You’ll Be Creating In Mastering Sports Illustration & Design , commercial illustrator and graphic artist Simeon Elson will show you how to create an eye-catching sports poster using a combination of Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and mixed media elements. The course is split into two sections: the first section covers sports illustration, and the second section covers sports design. At the end of this course, you’ll have learned how to create a detailed, realistic vector portrait of the central figure, and how to use Adobe Photoshop to arrange the final composition by adding some cool watercolor splatters and chalk marks.

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