If you’re a keen photographer—as either a hobbyist or a professional—this new bundle from Design Cuts will be right up your street! Inside you’ll discover light leaks, presets, gradients, overlays, actions, and more. Whether you’re looking to clean up your wedding or portrait photography, add visual effects to your images, or add the finishing touches to make your work look better than ever, this collection has you covered! It contains 21 best-selling products with a regular price of over $1639, discounted by 98% for a limited time to just $29.
A few weeks ago I shared a video tutorial showing how to create a fun ripped paper collage effect in Adobe Photoshop, where an image appeared to be torn away to reveal a different image underneath. Since making that tutorial I have been working on creating my own set of torn paper graphics that can be used to produce such effects. Download this free collection of 17 torn paper graphics to create realistic collage effects of your own. You’ll find 17 real paper scans that have been carefully processed into useful PNG images with a transparent background to make it easy to copy & paste them into your artwork.
A free online Typography event kicked off yesterday at Design Cuts featuring live lessons with top designers and discounts of up 50% off various popular font-families. This is your chance to stock up on a variety of type styles at a huge discount, including serif, script, sans-serif, and display fonts. There are also several FREE Live Sessions with some of the biggest names in the community sharing their useful typography tips and techniques.
In today’s Photoshop video tutorial I’m going to share some useful tips for creating visually interesting panoramic posts on Instagram that seamlessly pan back and forth to show a larger image within the regular viewport area. These kinds of posts are perfect for wide images that you just can’t seem to crop into a square ratio, or to add a little creativity to your social media profile. There are all kinds of apps available that can achieve this kind of effect directly on your mobile device, but as professional designers and photographers it’s nice to create our images manually to have full control over the outcome. I’ll show you how to use Photoshop to crop your images into the correct ratio, showing 3 different size options so you can keep in mind for when you’re processing your own images.
Creating stunning designs with gruesome skulls has never been easier with The Bare Bone Skull Creator. This brilliant toolkit is an interactive collection of 139+ professionally drawn elements that can be organised and composed in infinite ways. Combine dozens of different skulls graphics with hundreds of accessories, horns, weapons, and more to easily create the coolest logos, T-shirt designs, product labels, and posters. I’ve teamed up with my friends at Heritage Type to offer the entire collection for half-price at $49, but hurry, this price only applies to the first 250 sets!
We all love having a vast library of quality fonts to work with, but they can often be far too expensive for the average designer to afford. While the high price tags do justify the quality and craftsmanship that goes into premium typefaces, the total soon adds up when you’re trying to establish a varied collection. This brand new Design Cuts bundle brings you a range of the best-selling fonts from a select group of hugely respected type foundries. The massive 99% discount brings the $3422 cost down to just $29 for a limited time, making it an ideal opportunity to upgrade your font library while saving a fortune!