Download these Edvard Munch Brushes on Adobe.com
Click on the .tpl files that appear on this page. Then click on the download button at the top right corner of the page. Now save the .TPL files to your computer.
You may be asking: How do you Install .tpl files in Photoshop? These are different then BRUSH presets. These are TOOL PRESETS. So you will not be able to load them from the standard LOAD BRUSH command. You will need to go to the LOAD TOOL PRESET command, which is found here:
Select the LOAD TOOL PRESETS, and then locate your .TPLfile on your computer and click LOAD. This should add them to your presets list. Found Here:
Learn how to remove haze from a photo in 4 easy steps.
Ever wanted to get rid of that fog? Or shall we call it the haze?Photoshop has an amazing tool for that which many people do not know about. It’s called Dehaze. With about 3-4 clicks you can take the haze out of almost any picture. It’s also great for removing light glares…sometimes.
Check out this simple 4 Step tutorial on Dehaze
Here is the photo before Dehaze:
1. Go to Filter > Camera Raw Filter
2. Select the fx icon
3. Drag the dehaze slider up to about 64 or 65. But this will depend on the photo that you are trying to clear up. The number may be different. Use your own judgement
Hey, if you’re a web designer or graphic designer and haven’t started using Adobe XD, then you definitely should. It’s currently in BETA and it’s FREE, but who knows when Adobe will start charging. My guess is, that as soon as it becomes an industry standard, it’s going to start costing money. Hey, and then we’ll have to buy it! From my experience with it, there are still some essential needed functions that can not be done yet, but from the feel of it, this program is only gonna get better.
That said, UX designer XO Pixel (Marisa Blair) kicks off a tutorial series on designing a destination website with Adobe XD. Great place to get started. Check it out here
A new site that I just discovered, looks pretty cool. PixelSquid, is a new plugin for Photoshop that was developed by TurboSquid www.pixelsquid.com. PixelSquid offers stock 3D content in a 2D format. You can choose the angle that you want, and download it. As you can imagine, this can save you tons of time. Thought it might be of interest to you all. I just received a Free Trial, I’ll try to let you all know how it goes – Thanks PixelSquid! Check Out PixelSquid Here.
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