Simple Warping Effects in Illustrator

Learn how to use the warp tools in Illustrator to make stylish shapes in no time.

Exporting 3D Objects from Photoshop

Learn how to export a 3D object from Photoshop, including applied textures and specular mapping, and take it into a 3rd party program like Lightwave.

Movie Posters in Adobe Illustrator CS5

As you may know, I’m a big fan of movie posters and I realized that I always create them in Photoshop. Recently, I was asked if it’s possible to do them in Illustrator as well. The answer is a resounding yes, and there’s a real advantage of doing something like this in Illustrator.

Improve Your Photographic Workflow

Here we’re going to discuss how to improve your photographic workflow with some new timesaving features in Bridge and Photoshop CS5.

Photoshop: Step and Repeat

Dave Cross shows viewers how to create this design using a simple step-n-repeat function inside of Photoshop.

Creating an Interactive Portfolio with InDesign

While you can certainly still make interactive PDFs from InDesign, you can do so much more using the InDesign CS5 interactive features.

Creative Suite Advantages in Photoshop CS5

Needless to say, Photoshop is an extremely powerful tool. Add in the other Creative Suite programs and there’s even more amazing possibilities. Here we’ll look at how to combine Photoshop, Bridge, and InDesign to create easily updated contact sheets, and then show you six ways to use Photoshop and Illustrator together.

Editing a WordPress blog with Dreamweaver CS5

One of the most dramatic improvements to Dreamweaver CS5 is the ability edit WordPress themes, but before you can get WordPress (or Joomla! or Drupal) to work, you’ll need to set up your computer as a Web server.

More Fun with Photoshop 3D Tools

Continue exploring the possibilities with Photoshop’s new 3D tools.

Make the Most of Two Colors in Illustrator

After an article about 2-color printing from InDesign, Jeff decided to see what he could with Adobe Illustrator.

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