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25 Excellent Photoshop Texture Tutorials

Adding texture to a design can create drastic changes and powerful results. Photoshop provides a number of different possibilities for working with textures, which allows designers to use their creativity. In this post we’ll features 25 tutorials that will help you to learn more about working with textures in Photoshop and how to create impressive results.

How to Use Texture and Lighting to Create Rounded Artwork

How to Use Texture and Lighting to Create Rounded Artwork

How to Create Eroded Metal Text with Photoshop

How to Create Eroded Metal Text with Photoshop

How to Create a Rusty Texture in Photoshop

How to Create a Rusty Texture in Photoshop

Create a Wood Background in Photoshop

Create a Wood Background in Photoshop

How to Create a Photo Manipulation with Your Own Photos and Textures

How to Create a Photo Manipulation with Your Own Photos and Textures

Create a Rusty Chain in Photoshop

Create a Rusty Chain in Photoshop

How to Create a 3D Leaf from a Texture Photograph

How to Create a 3D Leaf from a Texture Photograph

Create a Realistic Stone Texture in Photoshop

Create a Realistic Stone Texture in Photoshop

Design a Smooth and Fresh Text Effect with Leaves and Stone Texture in Photoshop

Design a Smooth and Fresh Text Effect with Leaves and Stone Texture in Photoshop

Create High-Impact Backgrounds Using Photoshop

Create High-Impact Backgrounds Using Photoshop

How to Design a Grunge-Styled Portrait in Photoshop

How to Design a Grunge-Styled Portrait in Photoshop

Design an Old-Style Safari Map

Design an Old-Style Safari Map

Design a Grunge Header Part I and Part II

Design a Grunge Header

Creating Chameleon Effect Fabric Texture

Creating Chameleon Effect Fabric Texture

An Old Texture from Ancient Times

An Old Texture from Ancient Times

Dirty Design: Create a Grungy Thriller Book Cover

Dirty Design: Create a Grungy Thriller Book Cover

Realistic View Wooden Applique

Realistic View Wooden Applique

Create Fantastic Stone Textures in Photoshop

Create Fantastic Stone Textures in Photoshop

Create Smoke Effect on Grungy Wallpaper

Create Smoke Effect on Grungy Wallpaper

How to Create a Vintage Radio Poster in Photoshop

How to Create a Vintage Radio Poster in Photoshop

Textured Text Effects in Photoshop

Textured Text Effects in Photoshop

Realistic Coffee Stain Design Using Illustrator and Photoshop

Realistic Coffee Stain Design Using Illustrator and Photoshop

How to Create a Texture-Based Poster in Photoshop

How to Create a Texture-Based Poster in Photoshop

3D Text Shatter Effect

3D Text Shatter Effect

Abstract Space Background

Abstract Space Background

For more Photoshop tutorials please see:

Human Photo Manipulation: 50 Amazing Artworks

Photo manipulation is an art where ordinary photos are transformed into something alluring, unexpected and totally out of the box. It is often done by designers to express their creativity or for experimental purposes. Photoshop and GIMP are amongst the common software used for these tasks.

human photo manipuation

Photo manipulations can be done in various ways. Each manipulated photo artwork is unique and they speak the personality and style of their designer. Today, we’d like to show you a series of manipulated human-photos, probably the best of what we’ve seen so far.

Here’s a showcase of 50 Human Photo Manipulation artworks. Full list after jump.

Colorful Nature Sounds | Cimoetz
colorful nature sounds

CD Cover 7 | Marcus Lorenzet
CD Cover 7

Gaia | ArchanN
Gaia

Livepaint | Kosmur
livepaint

My Little Pink | RICARDO FX
My Little Pink

Feel My Greatest Temptation | Fatkur Rokhim
feel my greatest temptation

Design Collage | Wilson Naraku
Design Collage

Break.IT | Espador
Break.IT

Digital Skin | Benjamin Delacour
Digital Skin

Crescendo | Jesar One
Crescendo

After 10 pm | Tariq yosef
after_10pm

Photomanipulation | Leagas Goob Lui
Photomanipulation

Beleza Pura | Roberto Gamito
Beleza Pura

F7 (166) | Qwerty254
F7 (166)

Music in Motion | GrohsART!g
Music in Motion

Manny Pacquiao | Olieng
Manny Pacquiao

Nebula | Moonshinedesign_sd
Nebula

Angel Smoke | Henr199
Angel Smoke

Woman Souvenir | Alberto Seveso
Woman Souvenir

Self Reflect | Peter Jaworowski
Self Reflect

Miss War | RICARDO FX
Miss War

Ultraviolet | DigitalArts Magazine
Ultraviolet

LET ME THINK ABOUT IT | Videa
LET ME THINK ABOUT IT

Nanopao | Thomas Kim and Benjamin Delacour
Nanopao

Guitar Splash | Gest0ert
Guitar Splash

10 20 40 | Vaporization
10 20 40

60562 Wallpaper | Kubicki
60562 Wallpaper

Will I Am | Lionel Deluy
Will I Am

Parrot Girl | GrohsART!g
Parrot Girl

Life Stories | Umbrell4
Life Stories

Samaritan | Ultradialectics
Samaritan

EVE | Aryaz
EVE

Come Alive | Pete Harrison and Craig Shields
come alive

Passement Rapid | Jesar One
Passement Rapid

Contra Band | Amy Neal
Contra Band

A Soul’s Silhouette | Zbush
A Soul's Silhouette

Breakdancer | Wael.Hamdan
Breakdancer

So You Think You Can Splash | Stefanos Michaelides
So You Think You Can Splash

Black Angel | Ultradialectics
Black Angel

Camera Con Vista | Alberto Seveso
Camera Con Vista

Fire | Eric Vasquez
Fire

What Color is Death | Garthim
What Color is Death

Lebron James | Wirestyle
Lebron James

Dragon Within | Inphi
Dragon Within

Cartoonoportation | Myaki-ru
cartoonoporation

Freedom | Roberto Gamito
Freedom

The Renaissance of Colors | Alberto Seveso
The Renaissance of Colors

Ecstasy | Om3r
Ecstasy

Michael Jackson | Tropfich
Michael Jackson

Creatio Ex Nihilo | Cristiano Siqueira
Creatio Ex Nihilo

How To Create a Rockin’ Website Layout In Photoshop

In this Photoshop tutorial we’re going to create a chocolate-looking website layout. As we go through the different steps, we’ll deal with many techniques, some big typography, wood texturing, and so on. I hope you like this tutorial!

Before we get started let’s have a look at what we’ll be creating:

Rockin Layout

Tutorial Details

  • Program: Adobe Photoshop CS4
  • Difficulty: Intermediate
  • Estimated Completion Time: About 2 hours

External Sources

Before you get started, make sure you have the following elements:

Images:

Fonts:

  • Arial: Available on all operating systems.
  • Rockwell: You can get it from Fonts.com. (or you can always substitute Rockwell for your favorite slab serif font)

Step 1

We’ll be using the 960s Grid System (download here) to keep everything aligned. Once you have it, open the included Photoshop document called: “960_grid_24_col.psd“. And then hide the group called “24 Col Grid“.

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We’ll be using guides quite a bit, so we need to view our rulers. To do so go to View → Rulers.

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Also we need to make sure that Guides are visible. Go to View → Extras.

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Our final design is a bit taller than the current height. So we need to adjust our canvas size. Go to Image → Canvas Size, Height: 1500px.

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Step 2

We need to set lower borders to our header area, by dragging a new horizontal guide after 100px. Go to View → New Guide. Orientation: Horizontal, Position: 100px.

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Using the Rectangular Marquee Tool (M) make a selection of 1020×100px. Click Shift+Backspace to fill it – with any color – then call this layer “header_bg”.

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Add a Gradient Overlay to your header background (“header_bg”) layer. Use the image below for reference.

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Step 3

Write your website title, with the following character settings:

  • Font Family: Rockwell
  • Font size: 35px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: Smooth
  • Color: Won’t matter, we’ll add a Gradient Overlay

Also make sure to align your text according to the following image.

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After you’ve written your website title, add a Drop Shadow to it:

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Then add a Gradient Overlay:

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In order to align our website title correctly, select its layer and the “header_bg” layer. Click on Align vertical centers while you have both layers selected.

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Step 4

With the Line Tool (U) create a 1px wide vertical line – like the one below – and then add a Gradient Overlay to it. Use the image below for reference.

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Create another 1px wide vertical line. Also give it a Gradient Overlay according to the following image.

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And you should have a nice looking separating line!

Rockin Layout

Before we move on to the next step, just make sure you organize your layers. Mine looks like this:

Rockin Layout

Step 5

Write the navigation text, with these character settings:

  • Font Family: Rockwell
  • Font size: 40px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: Smooth
  • Color: #d9800e – #301d17

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Make sure you align your text this way. Check the image below:

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Duplicate the separating line you created in step four, make three copies of it (depends on how much pages you have in your navigation) and place them like the in following screenshot:

Rockin Layout

Step 6

Using the Line Tool (U) Create a 3px line like the one below:

Rockin Layout

Give it some layer styles according to the following image:

Rockin Layout

Before we start creating the featured designs area, make sure to keep your layers grouped and well-organized. Here’s how mine looks:

Rockin Layout

Step 7

We’ll start this step by dragging a new horizontal guide according to the following image:

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With the Rectangular Marquee Tool (M) create a selection of 1020×350px. Click Shift+Backspace to fill it (with any color) and call this layer “featured_bg”.

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Add some layer styles to it. Use the image below for reference.

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You should have something like this:

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Using the Single Row Marquee Tool, create a 1px selection and click Shift+Backspace to fill it with white: #ffffff.

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That makes a pixel perfect detail!

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Step 8

Big typography always look nice, so let’s work on that.

Using the Horizontal Type Tool (T) type some text (I personally wrote: “WE MAKE DESIGN THAT ROCKS!”) with these character settings:

  • Font Family: Rockwell
  • First Line: 55px
  • Second Line: 132px
  • Third Line: 132px
  • Font weight: Bold
  • Anti-aliasing setting: Sharp
  • Color: #e18611 – #e4e4e4

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Add a Drop Shadow to your text. Check the image below:

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You should have this nice big typography!

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Align your text horizontally according to the following image:

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In order to get right vertical alignment, Select the featured background (“featured_bg”) layer and the text layer, then click on Align vertical centers while having both layers selected.

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Step 9

Get this wood texture form iStockPhoto. (Note: You can skip this step by getting a large size version, otherwise save your money and stick with me! ;))

In order to place your texture in your document, go to File → Place → Locate to where you’ve downloaded it and click Place.

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Make sure that the wood texture layer is underneath “featured_bg” layer.

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Select the wood texture’s layer, right-click on it and choose Duplicate Layer. Make two copies of it, and put them all next to each other.

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Select the one in the middle, go to Edit → Free Transform and make your width negative. (in my case W: -277.7%).

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As you can see it’s fading smoothly now!

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In order to make the three copies one single piece, select the three layers of the three copies, Right-click → Convert to Smart Object.

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Step 10

Needs to be a bit darker, right? Let’s do that! We’ll start by making a selection of about 1020×55px over the wood texture.

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Now create a new layer and call it “overlay” then fill your selection with this color value: #2d1a14.

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Set your layer opacity to 40% and Blend Mode to Overlay.

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Step 11

Using the Ellipse Tool (U) create an ellipse of 20×20px and fill it with Black: #000000. It will work as a sliding button.

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Give it some layer styles according to the following image.

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You should have something like this:

Rockin Layout

Duplicate your ellipse, but this time fill it with white: #ffffff.

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Make three more copies of the ellipse and put them all in one group.

Rockin Layout

In order to leave equivalent spaces between our ellipses, select the five of them and click on Distribute left edges in the control bar.

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Step 12

We’ll start creating the content area by dragging a new horizontal guide according to the following image.

Rockin Layout

With the Rectangular Marquee Tool (M) create a selection of 1020×550px and fill it with any color.

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Add a Gradient Overlay to it. Use the image below for reference:

Rockin Layout

With the Single Row Marquee Tool create a 1px selection – like the one below – and fill it with white: #ffffff.

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Pixel perfection!

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Step 13

To be more accurate we’ll drag two new horizontal guides according to the following image.

Rockin Layout

Write some heading with the following character settings:

  • Font Family: Rockwell
  • Font size: 30px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: Smooth
  • Color: #e18610

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Write a sub-title with these character settings:

  • Font Family: Arial
  • Font size: 15px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: Smooth
  • Color: #2d1a14

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Drag two new horizontal guides according to the following image.

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Write a text paragraph with these character settings:

  • Font Family: Arial
  • Font size: 15px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: None
  • Color: #2d1a14

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Step 14

Drag two more horizontal guides according to the following image.

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Make a selection of about 480×100px – like the one below – and fill it with this color value: #f2f2f2. Call this layer “bg”.

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While selecting the same layer (“bg”) click on Add layer mask (look at the bottom of the layers panel, can you find a rectangle with a circle inside of it? Yep, that one!)

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Make a Black, White, Black gradient; and with the Gradient Tool (G) (linear gradient) start dragging from right side and end dragging at the left side.

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With the Line Tool (U) create a 1px line, fill it with this color value: #ababab and place it like the following image:

Use the same instructions and add a layer mask to it, and drag with the gradient tool. You should have something like the image below!

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Make another copy of your line and place it like the following.

Rockin Layout

Step 15

Write a heading (i.e. a featured service or something like that) with the following character settings:

  • Font Family: Rockwell
  • Font size: 25px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: Smooth
  • Color: #e18610

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Then write some text with these character settings:

  • Font Family: Arial
  • Font size: 15px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: None
  • Color: #2d1a14

Rockin Layout

Download this icon set: Function Free Icon Set from WeFunction and place the icons like on the following image.

To make sure it’s vertically aligned, select its layer and “bg” layer, then click on Align vertical centers in the control bar.

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Make sure to keep your layers organized. Like this:

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Make two copies of what we’ve created in the previous two steps, and you should have this:

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Finally, your content area layers should look like this:

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Step 16

Again create another heading, just like the one on the left.

Rockin Layout

Write some text with these character settings:

  • Font Family: Arial
  • Font size: 15px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: Smooth
  • Color: #e18610

Rockin Layout

Using the Line Tool (U) create a 3px line, about 440px width and fill it with this color value: #2d1a14.

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With the Polygonal Lasso Tool (L) create a selection like the one below and fill it with this color value: #2d1a14.

Rockin Layout

Have you organized you layers?

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Using the Rectangular Marquee Tool (M) create a selection of about 205×55px – place it like the following – and fill it with any color. Call this layer “image_holder”.

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Give it a stroke – use the image below for reference.

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Place an image of a featured design. Make sure it’s above the “image_holder” layer, right-click on the image layer and choose Create Clipping Mask.

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Make three copies and place them like in the following image:

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Make four layer groups and put each of the images in an individual group.

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Step 17

Drag a new horizontal guide after 30px. Then write a heading with the following character settings:

  • Font Family: Rockwell
  • Font size: 25px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: Smooth
  • Color: #e18610

Rockin Layout

Write some text with these settings:

  • Font Family: Arial
  • Font size: 15px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: None
  • Color: #2d1a14

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Using the Rounded Rectangle Tool (U), create a rectangle of 170×45px – 5px radius, fill it with any color and align it like in the following image:

Rockin Layout

Give some layer styles according to the following image:

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Write a word on the button (I put “HIRE US” just so it’s related to the heading above) with these character settings:

  • Font Family: Rockwell
  • Font size: 30px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: Sharp
  • Color: #6b3d0c

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Give it a drop shadow. Use the image below for reference:

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Make another copy of what we’ve created in this step!

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Step 18

With the Rectangular Marquee Tool (M) create a selection of 1020×450px and fill it with this color value: #2f1c16.

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With the Single Row Marquee Tool create a 1px selection (*to have the right effect don’t make the selection right over the upper edge of the footer area, but nudge it down just a little bit – about 1-2px).

Now fill your selection with this color value: #6d5c57.

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Step 19

Drag two new horizontal guides according to the following image.

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Using the Rounded Rectangle Tool (U) create a rectangle of 250×25px – 5px radius, fill it with any color, and place it like in the following image.

Call this layer “wood_bg”.

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Get this wood texture from iStockPhoto. Import it, and put its layer above the “wood_bg” layer, right-click on it and choose Create Clipping Mask.

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Using the Elliptical Marquee Tool (M) create a selection like the one below, and fill it with black: #000000.

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Go to Filter → Blur → Gaussian Blur → radius: 2.5px.

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Make a selection over the lower part of the blurry black shadow, and hit delete.

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Using the Rounded Rectangle Tool (U) create a rectangle of 223×223px – 5px radius, fill it with this color value: #6b3d0c, and align it like in the following image. Call this layer: “box_bg”.

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Select “box_bg” layer, click on Add layer mask. Make a selection over the lower part of the rounded rectangle and click Shift+Backspace to fill it with Black: #000000.

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With the Elliptical Marquee Tool (M) create a selection like the one below.

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Click Shift+Backspace and fill it with Black: #000000.

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Go to Filter → Blur → Gaussian Blur → Radius: 4px.

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Step 20

Write a heading with these character settings:

  • Font Family: Rockwell
  • Font size: 30px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: Smooth
  • Color: #fcf6c4

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Add a Drop Shadow to it. Use the image below for reference:

Rockin Layout

Write a sub-title with these the following character settings:

  • Font Family: Arial
  • Font size: 15px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: None
  • Color: #fcf6c4

Rockin Layout

Write some text with the following character settings:

  • Font Family: Arial
  • Font size: 15px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: None
  • Color: #c27819

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Step 21

With whatever tool you like, create a rectangle of about 210×30px, fill it with this color value: #c27819 and place it like the following image. Call this layer: “band”.

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Select the “band” layer and click on Add layer mask at the bottom of the layers panel.

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Set your gradient editor to a Black/White gradient.

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Using the Gradient Tool (G) and with a linear gradient, drag from left to right.

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Step 22

With the Ellipse Tool (U) create an ellipse of 40×40px and fill it with this color: #fcf6c4.

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Give it a stroke. Use the image below for reference:

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With the Custom Shape Tool (U) create an arrow, fill it with #c27819 and align it visually.

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Add some layer styles to it. Use the image below for reference:

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Write the word “READ MORE” with the following character settings:

  • Font Family: Arial
  • Font size: 15px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: Smooth
  • Color: #2f1c16

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Step 23

Make a copy of what we’ve created in the previous four steps. and align to the right.

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Use the same techniques shown here to create something like the following.

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Continue creating the middle box, finally you should have something like this!

Rockin Layout

Make sure to keep your layers well-organized. Here’s how the box layers look:

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And here’s how the footer layers look.

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Step 24

We’re almost there! Drag a new horizontal guide after 50px.

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Using the Rectangular Marquee Tool (M), create a selection of about 1020×115px and fill it with any color.

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Give it a Gradient Overlay – use the image below for reference:

Rockin Layout

With the Single Row Marquee Tool create a 1px selection and fill it with this color value: #482e27.

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Write your sub-navigation text with the following character settings:

  • Font Family: Arial
  • Font size: 15px
  • Font weight: Regular
  • Anti-aliasing setting: None
  • Color: #c27819 – #2f1c16

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With the same character settings, write your copyright text and align it to the right.

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Don’t forget to organize your small footer layers. Here’s how mine look:

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Conclusion

There we have it! Hopefully you should have something like this:
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Download The PSD file

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Your Turn To Talk

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Please feel free to chime in and leave a comment below :)

20 jQuery Cheatsheets, Docs and References for Every Occasion

A few months back jQuery was updated to version 1.4, with loads of new features and improvements. Yep, jQuery is now even more indispensable, and with more functions, methods and arguments to try and learn and remember.
It doesn’t matter how experienced you are, or how much you may use jQuery, trying to remember all of the jQuery functions is impossible.We all need a handy and reliable reference to refresh the memory and guide us.

Below you will not only find complete jQuery API cheatsheets for 1.4 (there are also links to previous jQuery releases), you will also find more specialized sheets for jQuery UI and Effects, jQuery CSS, jQuery Selectors, jQuery mobile development and even Validator cheatsheets. And on top of all that, you will also find the official jQuery references, docs and browsers as well as third party alternatives.

Official jQuery Docs and References

Version 1.4 – jQuery API Changes Documentation

Version 1.4 – jQuery API Changes Documentation »
Many of the most popular and commonly used jQuery methods have seen a significant rewrite in jQuery 1.4, this documentation gives a detailed and comprehensive overview of these changes.

jQuery API – Official Documentation »
This a complete redesign of the previous API site and a complete rewrite. Every single method has been rewritten from the bottom-up to provide the best possible information about how jQuery works.
jQuery Core API Official Browser »
Visual jQuery 1.3 Browser »

Alternative jQuery Docs and Browsers

jQAPI – Alternative jQuery Documentation (HTML, AIR and ZIP)

jQAPI - Alternative jQuery Documentation (HTML, AIR and ZIP)
The content of this browser is the exact same as in the official documentation, only with a fixed interface, better navigation and a lot easier when searching for a function. It ahs been completely inspired by the Rails API and desperate for a better navigation

jQuery API – Alternative Browser (HTML)

jQuery API - Alternative Browser (HTML)
This jQuery API browser, updated for 1.4, is a complete rebuild of the official API browser (see above). Entirely driven by JavaScript, this resource has been designed to make it easier to quickly jump to any method either by searching or just to check the params.

jQuery Cheat-Sheets

jQuery 1.4 Cheat Sheet – Impulse Studios Labs (PDF)

jQuery 1.4 Cheat Sheet - Impulse Studios Labs (PDF)
This cheetsheet attempts to better align with the new documentation structure that jQuery is now using and clearly marks all new and updated functions for jQuery 1.4.

jQuery 1.4 API Cheat Sheet – Future Colors (PDF, HTML and PNG)

jQuery 1.4 API Cheat Sheet - Future Colors (PDF, HTML and PNG)

jQuery CSS Cheat Sheet (PDF)

jQuery CSS Cheat Sheet (PDF)

jQuery – Select Element Cheat Sheet (PDF)

jQuery – Select Element Cheat Sheet (PDF)

jQuery Selectors – Refcardz (PDF)

jQuery Selectors - Refcardz (PDF)

jQuery Selectors Cheatsheet (HTML)

jQuery Selectors Cheatsheet (HTML)

jTouch Cheatsheet – Color Charge (HTML)

jTouch Cheatsheet - Color Charge (HTML)

jQuery Validator Cheatsheet – Elegant Code (PDF)

jQuery Validator Cheatsheet - Elegant Code (PDF)

jQuery UI 1.7 Cheatsheet (HTML)

jQuery UI 1.7 Cheatsheet (HTML)

jQuery UI – Effects Cheatsheet (HTML)

jQuery UI - Effects Cheatsheet (HTML)

jQuery – YUI3 Rosetta Stone (HTML)

jQuery - YUI3 Rosetta Stone

Previous jQuery Versions

jQuery 1.1. Cheat Sheet (PDF, PNG and XLS)

jQuery 1.1. Cheat Sheet

jQuery 1.2 Cheatsheet Wallpaper (1280×960)

jQuery 1.2 Cheatsheet Wallpaper (1280x960)

jQuery 1.2 Cheat Sheet – gscottolson.com (PDF)

jQuery 1.2 Cheat Sheet - gscottolson.com (PDF)

jQuery 1.3 Visual Cheat Sheet – Woorkup (PDF and JPEG)

jQuery 1.3 Visual Cheat Sheet - Woorkup (PDF and JPEG)

jQuery 1.3 Cheatsheet – A Coding Fool (PDF)

jQuery 1.3 Cheatsheet - A Coding Fool (PDF)

jQuery 1.3 Cheatsheet Wallpaper (1920×1200, 1680×1050 and 1440×900)

jQuery 1.3 Cheatsheet Wallpaper (1920×1200, 1680×1050 and 1440×900)

jQuery 1.3 Cheatsheet (HTML)

jQuery 1.3 Cheatsheet (HTML)

jQuery 1.3.2 Cheat Sheet (PDF, PNG and Microsoft XLS)

jQuery 1.3.2 Cheat Sheet (PDF, PNG and Microsoft XLS)

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