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In this tutorial, you will learn how to create seamless textures. We will use the Clouds Filter to generate the texture, but you can use this technique with any image that you like to create tileable patterns. You will also learn a little-known trick that takes advantage of the Clouds Filter’s algorithm to quickly generate […]

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How to Create Seamless Textures in Photoshop – Repeatable Patterns





To automatically show or hide iconic panels when working in Photoshop CS6 or newer, press Ctrl K (Mac: Command K) to open the Preferences Panel. In the Interface Tab check the Auto-Collapse Iconic Panels checkbox to enable it (or right click on the panel tab and select this option). This option makes it so that panels […]

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Auto-Collapse Iconic Panels in Photoshop











A good way to zoom into (or out of) an image is to select the Zoom tool by pressing-and-holding Z on your keyboard, then left-click and drag to the right to zoom in, and drag to the left to zoom out. This works for Photoshop CS5 and newer. The post Scr...

Scrubby Zoom







When using the Lasso tool and you’re nearing the edge of the canvas and you need to scroll over to continue drawing your selection, press-and-hold the Spacebar without letting go of mouse button. This will temporarily activate the Hand tool so you can scroll. Let go of the Spacebar to continue drawing your selection.

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Scrolling While Using The Lasso Tool






The brush tool has all the same blend modes as layers, but the brush tool includes two additional blend modes.  “Behind” and “Clear.” The “Behind” blend mode will apply paint only on transparent pixels in a layer. The “Clear” blend mode turns the pixels you paint on transparent, much like the Eraser tool.

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Two Additional Brush Tool Blend Modes: Behind and Clear