Follow this beginners level tutorial to create an inspirational background.
In part 2 of this tutorial series we build upon our planning and produce a design mockup in Pixelmator.
One of the most iconic pieces of art in skateboarding is the Ripper Graphic by V.C. Johnson created back in the 80′s. We’ll show you how to recreate its awesomeness in Pixelmator using the Brush tool by composing the shapes, tightening the sketch and finally coloring the details!
Showcase your graphics, videos, apps center stage with our free Stage Show template! This is a free resource that you can modify to fit your needs. Turn lights on or off, change colors, anything you want in this PXM file. Have fun!
In this tutorial series we will journey through the process of designing a blog powered by WordPress. Part 1 begins with Planning and Design Decisions.
Yep we brought these fun expandable gradient shapes back to work with Pixelmator 2.1! Check these out…
Try this creative Pixelmator tutorial were we put together awesome photo effects and vector elements to produce the ultimate sign-up “launch page” to create buzz for your next project!
A quick note to the community from the founders of PXM-Tuts.
We’ll show you how to easily add a neat, toy camera style to any photo in this beginner Pixelmator tutorial. We’ll work with selections, masks, and textures to achieve this throwback look in just minutes.
In this advanced Pixelmator tutorial contributed by a talented artist named Jackrow, we learn a simple but effective technique to using masking to keep your drawing clean and to help stay within the lines. We break the technique down step by step for you, so let’s get started!