5 Free Halloween Photoshop Tutorials

In the spirit of the upcoming Halloween celebration we here at The Teachings of Master Den Zuko present this collection of free Halloween-themed Adobe Photoshop tutorials.



Zombie Photoshop Tutorial

Zombifying Mandy Moore in Photoshop

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Photoshop Texturing Basics

This tutorial will show you how to use textures to dramatically change the look of pictures in a few easy steps.

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Halloween Pumpkin Wallpaper in Photoshop

Create Halloween pumpkin wallpaper in Photoshop.

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Halloween Cartoon Hag in Photoshop

Drawing a halloween cartoon – The witch in Photoshop.

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Halloween Pumpkin Wallpaper in Photoshop

Halloween is near! So let’s take a pumpkin image, carve it up, and light it for this coming holiday.

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Web 2.0 News – Ma.gnolia.org is going the way of wordpress

Ma.gnoliaSocial Bookmarking service Ma.gnolia announce today at Gnomedex in Seattle, Wa about an upcoming product released due in September.

The guys at Ma.gnolia are kicking off development of Ma.gnolia 2, or M2 for short. What does that mean? Well, for one, M2 is a ground-up rewrite of Ma.gnolia, re-creating features we love today, taking a second run at what didn’t worked as well as planned, on a distributed, service-based architecture designed to handle the large volumes of data we’ve seen. But even more significant, M2 will be an open source project that can be downloaded to remix and run as your own.

With project goals like:

  • To promote the use and benefits of software features that encourage constructive social interaction.
  • To ensure that Ma.gnolia can survive and remain useful regardless of the status of Gnolia Systems.
  • To create and participate in public and private areas for sharing web-based resources
  • To enrich personal and/or organizational use of the web as a research, discovery, collaboration and publishing tool.

One can be sure that a whole wave of digg-like social bookmarking sites will flood the web. But that is not nessicarly a bad thing if people remember to do what the blogosphere has and diversify enough to it target community base.

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