FreePSDFiles has a great 3D map of the USA. The 300 dpi PSD file is fully editable, with each state having its own layer—allowing you to highlight individual states as well as add a popover (as seen in the screenshot above).
It’s easy to find flat flag artwork online. But it’s not so easy to find images of rippling flags, especially shot against the background you want. Fortunately, you can use Photoshop to create a multi-purpose rippling flag, and then replace the design with the flag of your choice. Pretty cool, right? So let’s see how it’s done.
Check out this simple Photoshop tutorial by Steve Caplin at CreativePro that’ll help you turn your flat artwork into a rippling flag.
Well isn’t this special… gee, thanks Twitter. I’m so happy you’re
monetizing adding context to my Tweets.
A set of Photoshop actions for exporting graphics that are iOS or Retina-display -ready.
There are two actions in the package: one for slicing selected layer/group only, the second for slicing selected layer/group + it’s scaled by 200%.
You can grab the free Retinize It Photoshop Action here.
The clipboard is one of the most basic and essential pieces of every operating system. You no doubt understand the basics: cut, copy and paste, but have you ever explored further? Do you know about kill and yank? Can you access multiple items in the clipboard history or paste with special formatting? If not, Mac Tuts shows you how to take control of your Mac’s clipboard.
Some great shortcuts and a list of apps that can further customize the basic clipboard.