26 Brand New Adobe Photoshop CS6 Tutorials




The newest release version of Photoshop CS6 comes with dozens of new interface changes. The software is amazing for web designers looking to create icons, illustrations, web layouts, and practically any type of digital artwork. But nobody can master these skills without practicing to some degree.

So I’ve collected 26 of the most recent Photoshop tutorials aimed at CS6 users. You can get up and running with these new tools and begin teaching yourself how to build PSD files properly. Designing can be a lot of work, but it’s also a powerful creative outlet for your extra energy. All Adobe Photoshop users should skim this collection and try out a few tuts which catch your eye.

Photoshop CS6: Create Interactive Tutorials Instantly

Quickly Change the Appearance of Photoshop CS6

How to Use the New Timeline Panel in Photoshop CS6

Introducing the New Crop Tool in Photoshop CS6

Background Save and Auto Recovery in Photoshop CS6

Use New Features in Photoshop CS6 to Create an Administrator Dashboard Interface

Using Paragraph and Character Styles in Photoshop CS6

New Liquify Performance and Usability Enhancements in Photoshop CS6

The Best New Features of Adobe Photoshop CS6

Iris Blur – Photoshop CS6 Tutorial

Photoshop CS6 Tutorials: Create Oil Painting Photo Effects

Photoshop CS6 Tutorials: Create Tilt-shift photography

Photoshop CS6 for Beginners: Color Lookup Effects in Detail

Create Photoshop CS6 Apps Icon Tutorial and Download PSD

Create a Dark Knight Rises Style Wallpaper in 3 Easy Steps

How to Create Dynamic Prototype Style Video Game Art

How To Make a Forum Signature

Creating Animation with Audio in Photoshop CS6 Tutorial

How to Create a Seamless Background Pattern

Photoshop CS6 Blur Gallery Tutorial

Type Styles in Photoshop CS6

Hipster Text Effect in Photoshop CS6

Video Tutorial Battleship Poster Artwork

Create a Portfolio Web Layout in Photoshop

Colorize a Black and White Photo

3D Pool Ball Composite in Photoshop CS6


Jake Rocheleau

About the author:

Jake is a creative designer, illustrator, and web developer. He frequently writes articles involving new-age design concepts and freelance management skills. You can find him in Google or follow his tweets @jakerocheleau

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