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Liquify Editable Text in Photoshop

July 1, 2013

In this video I take a look at how recent updates to Photoshop allow us to fun the Liquify Filter on text. Because this is a Smart Object it means the text remains completely editable, but there’s more! Let me explain…. [More]

Blur Gallery and Liquify Smart Objects

December 13, 2012

I thought today would be a good time to post an update on Photoshop CS6, and the new Photoshop features Creative Cloud members received this week. Chief among them is Smart Object layer support for the Blur Gallery, and the Liquify Filter. This tutorial provides a quick overview of how the features in Blur Gallery and Liquify can be combined for an interesting creative effect. Sure, it's fall colors but I bet some of you are already tired of the barren winter trees [More]

Photoshop’s Enhanced Filters in CS6 Beta

April 3, 2012

With Photoshop CS6, Adobe really integrated GPU acceleration into many of the filters, adding some great new ones along the way. The GPU, or Graphics Processing Unit, is a powerhouse that lives on our graphics cards and allows Photoshop to perform amazing feats of pixel manipulation. [More]

Make a Mesh with Liquify to Speed Your Photoshop Workflow

November 1, 2011

If you’re like me, you’ve been working on larger and larger files, and sometimes the Liquify command in Photoshop just can’t keep up with all those pixels. Fear not! Here’s a tip that allows you to Liquify smaller files, and transfer the changes you’ve made to a much larger resolution original. [More]

Halloween Photoshop Brushes and Tutorials

October 27, 2011

Its that time of year again, so here’s a little rundown of some of the goodies we’ve posted here on TipSquirrel in previous years; Halloween Brushes from Janine Smith In this post Janine [More]

Create a Power Line Background Using Photoshop

July 1, 2011

A few days ago Gavin Hoey posted a great tutorial on his YouTube Channel showing how to create a Fractured Image Effect. A lot of people asked how Gavin created his background for the tutorial so he’s very kindly recorded a new tutorial for TipSquirrel.com showing just that. [More]