Adobe Photoshop Tutorial: Make some confetti for your image.
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We’ll create the shape of our confetti, adjust color at the slide of a knob, and even control how much it scatters in a few quick and easy steps. Prepare to start confetti-tizing all of your digital celebration themed work from here on out...
Adobe Photoshop Tutorial: How to create a confetti decorated text effect.
In this tutorial we will create a scattered confetti effect. This effect could potentially be very time consuming to draw, resize, rotate and rearrange each shape manually, so we will use Scatter Brushes to simplify the whole process and make it much more fun!
This tutorial will explain how to use the Opacity texture map to create a ribbon-wrapped 3D text effect in Photoshop CS5 environment. Then, it will explain how to create the confetti brush and its layer styles.
If you are struggling while selecting a chart for a single data point, you can use a bullet chart. Or, if you don’t like using gauge chart, you can replace it will a bullet chart. So today, I’ll show you a step by step process to create a bullet chart in excel. Along with that, I’ll explain each step in detail. In the end of this post, you’ll be able to quickly create a bullet chart.
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Windows 10 offers a couple of ways to protect your account and data. You can set a password, create a PIN to sign in, use a picture password, use your face or iris as password, or you can use your fingerprint as password. Protecting your account and data with a strong password or using one of the above mentioned methods is a good idea.
The gcc compiler offers a seemingly never-ending list of command line options. Of course, no body uses or has expertise on all of them, but there are a select bunch that every gcc user should - if not must - know. While some of them are commonly used, others are a bit uncommon but no less useful. In this article series, we are focusing on some of those uncommon but useful gcc command line options, and have already covered a couple of them in the part 1.