An easy way to create a realistic burning effect on human skin by
using textures and masks, and finish off with flames and fire in the
Learn how to blend different textures and photos to create a dark and sinister looking sky using Photoshop's layer blending and filters.
Learn how to make your brochure design look professional on your portfolio page, using the perspective tool in Photoshop.
A very basic tutorial that shows you how to sharpen, smooth and color your photographs in Photoshop.
Learn how to change a normal photograph into something dark and nasty with the help of Photoshop's curve and level tools.
Learn this extreamly useful method to smooth out skin and highlight your digital photographs by using various Photoshop filters.
Learn how to create the popular pixel border content box, and then code it with Dreamweaver as an Iframe. From Photoshop to Dreamweaver.
Watch and learn how to stretch certain parts of an image by defining and applying a pattern. It also teaches you how to define a pattern in Photoshop.
A very detailed and useful methood used to smooth out corners and get rid of those jagged edges by using Photoshop's Alpha masks.
Learn how to create a 45 degree scan line pattern using the define pattern feature in Photoshop. A timeless effect.
Learn how to create animated buttons and graphics by using Photoshop little brother, Adobe ImageReady's animation features.
Learn how you can save your renders from 3D Max and import them to Photoshop with an Alpha channel to get rid of unwanted backgrounds.
Dreamweaver & CSS Tutorials
Please keep in mind that these tutorials are old and somewhat out-dated.
Learn how to create and use templates for you website using Dreamweaver's define site function. This is a "must know" for all webdesigners.
Want to center your layout in a browser? A quick and easy way to center you layout in the browser window by using tables.
A simple method of applying background images to your tables and making it work in Explorer as well as Netscape.
Learn how to make multible rollover images and menus, using Dreamweaver's "swap image" behaviors.
Learn how to create these popular thin 1 pixel borders by using tables in Macromedia Dreamweaver.
Want flashy scrollbars? Re-color and style your scrollbars to fit your design by using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets).
Make any text link change color, size and font when you "mouseover" them by using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets).