I was stumbling upon some sites this morning and came across a very useful website.
It’s called TutorialsGarden.com and they provide tutorials on PhotoShop, Flash, CSS, HTML and more.
I’ve dabbled in PhotoShop over the years, but never mastered it by any means.
I’ve always wanted to learn to do more with text for logos, headers, etc. but never found a site that was easy to follow.
What I like about TutorialsGarden.com, is they break down the steps for you and provide screenshots. All of their tutorials are organized nicely into sub categories so it’s easy to find the kind of information you’re looking for.
They have a very comprehensive section on PhotoShop Text Effects that I found quite useful. In fact, I created the graphic above using their easy-to-follow tutorial on creating “Animated Glitter Text.”
It took all of 5 minutes… literally.
So if you’re looking to improve your proficiency in PhotoShop, Flash, HTML, CSS, Adobe Illustrator and more, TutorialsGarden.com is a great place to spend some time.
And as you can see, StumbleUpon is not only useful for promoting your website. You may stumble upon sites that can help you out as well. 😉
I have heard this type of effects in Ms-word and also used few times but have heard first time of these effects in Photoshop.This is what I should give a try.
Eranda @ start forex trading says
That was a great find. Did few Google searches to find best ways to use divs and css in wordpress. This will make my posts lot more attractive.
John Mak says
That’s awesome Lisa!
I really like photography and photoshop. I am using it since high school and it is great to know some tricks to do things by your self without paying a professional designer tons of money for a single logo!
Thanks for sharing!
Kabiru Saleh says
Lisa you are great!
Eldora Stgermaine says
I have been checking out many of your stories and i can claim pretty good stuff. I will definitely bookmark your site.
thanks !! very helpful post!
Thank you for your site 😉
I made with photoshop backgrounds for myspace,youtube and more
all the best and thank you again!
Ty Brown says
Thanks for the link. Every time I need help on something I google my problem and it takes me forever sifting through sites with tutorials. This site seemed pretty comprehensive, though, its on my favorites now.