With Halloween approaching, it’s fun to turn to creative projects with a spooky edge. If you’re a photographer, there are some great Adobe Photoshop actions that can help you achieve a really cool, eerie effect, quickly and easily.
Halloween is coming soon, and now is a great time to try some weird and wonderful effects with your photographs. From vampires and zombies, to distortion effects and creepy glitches, we’ll help you transport your images to another dimension!
In this tutorial we’ll go through a fun and simple process to create a set of flat Halloween icons, using simple geometric shapes, the Shape Builder Tool, and various Warp effects to modify and transform the elements.
It’s almost Halloween! In this tutorial I will show you how to create a brain text effect in Adobe Photoshop.
A spider web is one of the symbols of Halloween. It’s very simple to draw, but it takes a lot of time to do it well. However, you can treat it as a form of mandala drawing, to have fun and relax.
Trick or treat? One of the funniest and scariest holidays of the year is coming closer. In this tutorial we are going to play with the Halloween theme, imagining and creating the character of a kid in a ghost costume with a treat bag. As usual, we will use only the most basic tools and shapes of Adobe Illustrator.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Mesh Tool and Image Trace in Adobe Illustrator to create a spooky vector Halloween background!
Halloween will be here before you know it, and what better way to shock up your selfies or petrify your pictures (ahem) than to give them a zombie makeover.
Which vegetable do we associate with Halloween? Of course, it is a pumpkin with a scary carved face, also known as a jack-o’-lantern.
It’s almost Halloween! That special time of the year when stores pack their shelves with candy and we all dress up as our favorite ghouls.