I mentioned that I have been inspired lately by an artist to break out my nibs and I wanted to share some of the fruits of my labor with you. The lettering isn’t anything like hers (although I wish my hand could do such wondrous, effortless movements), her lettering got me inspired to break out the ink and paper, something that I haven’t done in a little bit. I created this little hand-lettered Photoshop brush set to use on your blog or site (for personal use only please and thank you), the set includes the words: Tweet, Pin it, Intsa, Contact and Email. I made them brushes so you can easily adjust the size and stamp them in any color your heart desires. I hope you enjoy them and let us know if you have any questions! You can download here.
P.S. Of course I cleaned up the lettering and created the Photoshop brushes using none other than our Vitamin L25 | Paper to Pixel Photoshop set. Yup, there’s even an action that will turn your lettering into a brush in one click! It’s how I got the ‘tweet’ on my post image!
Author / Miss Tristan B
Miss Tristan B. is the co-creator of the world’s best + easiest product photography editing tool-Foto Rx | Shopkeeper’s Helper and one of the writer’s of this delightful blog. Her lofty goal here is to make this a creative resource repository and to inspire you to fall truly, madly, deeply in love with your life.
We are super excited to share this next Photoshop tutorial with you. We are trying to create tutorials that are super easy to accomplish and accessible for even the most novice of Photoshop users. As you know we are super fans of the software and want you to feel the same way too. Being able to harness the power of Photoshop can unleash a flurry of creative projects that you can use for your business, blog, hobby the possibilities are endless! In this tutorial we will be showing you how to place your artwork (or photo) into a shape, in Photoshop this is called using a Clipping Mask. We have made the geometric shape in the image available for you to download for a limited time, so download while it’s available. This technique is so simple and the results super fast. We hope you enjoy! Please let us know in the comments if you have any questions. Video tutorial is after the jump!Read More
We decided last week that this would be a great week for some Photoshop tutorials! We do love us some Photoshop around here and we have been wanting to add a regular Photoshop series to the blog, we know the program can be daunting but the best way to learn is by doing (having little victories also helps). This first Photoshop tutorial was created and recorded three long years ago, it was in our ‘to-do’ archives, we’ve dusted it off and hope you enjoy. You’ll have to forgive my monotone voice, I was new to creating screencasts and just a wee bit nervous, but the information should be easy enough to follow and hopefully you’ll find it useful for your own projects. If you have any stumbling blocks or questions, please feel free to leave them in the comments so we can be sure to answer them for you! You’ll find the video below.Read More