Today as I entered the final stages of my home projects (2nd coats of paint), I proceeded to enjoy some Sunday football as the paint dried. Not being one to sit around much lately, I kept the TV on in the background and looked around for something else to do on the project list. Since I was waiting on the last coat of paint to dry, I was left to either watch football, watch paint dry, or create a new tutorial. Creativity won out, so here’s the latest installment for the video tutorial series…creating globes via special effects in the program we all know and love – Photoshop! Enjoy, and I’ll post back later this week with the series of home improvement projects I’ve been working on so much lately.

Special Effects Globes

2 thoughts on “Watching paint dry…creating worlds

  1. Thanks for the feedback Paul. As for ImageReady tutorials on how to slice an image prepped for a web template, I know exactly what you are talking about, but I would be hesitant at explaining it as I don’t use IR a lot…I primarily use Photoshop as an accessory to my photography, and I’ve been showing a few tidbits about using that application as a tool for that means. I would suggest googling the term “website layout ImageReady tutorials” and you will find many sites that can probably assist. The one I use to promote and share my vids is I’ve seen a few there that are very helpful in that regard. Give them a look and see if they could help you.

  2. These are useful tutorials. Your explanations through your workflow are clear. Thought I’d let you know.

    I would love to know something about using image ready to chop up graphics in to many pieces for display in a web page format. Does this make sense? Basically, I’d like to be able to cut up a whole visual representation of my web page that’s created as an image in Photoshop.

    Thanks for the info. I bookmarked your page. 🙂

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