'Game of Thrones,' Retro Posters and More: New Photoshop Tutorials

November 25, 2013

Are you a Photoshop tutorial junkie?  If so, I’m guessing you have mad Photoshop skills.  Tutorials are among the best ways to earn a graphic design education, online, for free.  Add in a bit of design theory, and you’re well on your way to crafting amazing designs that command attention, earn appreciation, and can even put cold hard cash in your hands.  To help you on your quest to become a better graphic designer, here are 10 new Photoshop tutorials you should take today.

1.  Surreal “Game of Thrones” Photomanipulation Photoshop Tutorial

If you’re a fan of the hit HBO show “Game of Thrones,” you’ll love this tutorial by Andrea Garcia at PhotoshopTutorials.ws. Even if you don’t watch the show, you’ll still glean tips, tricks and inspiration you can use in your own artwork. Create a Surreal “Game of Thrones” Photo Manipulation Photoshop Tutorials - Go_2013-10-29_15-44-35-Optimized  

2.  Create a Caricature from a Photo Tutorial

This PSD Tuts Plus tutorial by Gabor Richter details how to turn any portrait photo into a fun caricature by using Photoshop’s retouching tools. Use Retouching Techniques to Create a Caricature From a Photo Psdtuts - Googl_2013-10-30_11-47-43-Optimized  

3.  Get Perfect Skies Photoshop Tutorial

Do you love taking landscape shots but hate having to wait for the perfect sky backdrop? With the techniques outlined in this tutorial featured on Digital Camera World, you can add a perfect sky to any photo background. Professional photo editing tricks how to get perfect skies in ALL your raw imag_2013-10-30_11-49-44-Optimized  

4.  Pay Phone iPhone Case Photoshop Tutorial

Give your iPhone case an old-school makeover with this Photoshop tutorial by Photoshop Café’s Dave Ellsworth. Dave Ellsworth (AKA Diewking) walks us through the creation of his amazing illus_2013-10-30_11-51-41-Optimized  

5.  Create a Retro Poster with Photoshop’s Shape Tools

Photoshop Creative’s Simon Skellon shows you how to design a retro poster using Photoshop shapes in this detailed, step-by-step tutorial. Photoshop Tutorial Retro graphics using the Shape tools Photoshop Creative - _2013-10-30_11-53-37-Optimized  

6.  Make a Still Propeller Spin in Photoshop

Composite Planet presents this free Photoshop tutorial that shows you how to add motion to a prop plane in a few simple steps. Make a still propeller spin in photoshop - The most creative photoshop tutorials_2013-10-30_11-55-16-Optimized  

7.  Add an Authentic Vintage Effect with Photoshop

This free Photoshop tutorial featured by Design Cuts details how to add an authentic effect to any photograph. 1 Year’s Membership at SpoonGraphics (950 Design Items) Design Cuts - Google _2013-10-30_11-56-40-Optimized  

8.  Design a Grim Reaper in Photoshop

Realistic digital painting is awesome, but it takes some serious skills. Photoshop Star’s Jenny Le shows you how to craft a realistic grim reaper with Photoshop. Create a Dark Grim Reaper Scene for Halloween in Photoshop - Google Chrome_2013-10-30_11-57-56-Optimized  

9.  Paint a Digital Portrait with Photoshop

Advanced Photoshop’s Anna-lisa Saywell shows you how to paint a digital portrait in this awesome Photoshop tutorial. Photoshop Tutorial Painting portraits, part 1 Official Advanced Photoshop Blo_2013-10-30_11-59-20-Optimized  

10.  Create a Beautiful Water Effect with Photoshop

Abduzeedo walks you through the surprisingly simple process of crafting an amazing and beautiful water effect with Photoshop CC in this free tutorial. Beautiful Water Effect in Photoshop CC Abduzeedo Design Inspiration - Google C_2013-10-30_12-00-45-Optimized

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