Category: Graphic Resources

Apple New iPad 3 Retina Display

The New Apple Multi-Touch Retina Display iPad 3 PSD Cover Action

So Apple has announced the New iPad 3 and now you need to render your 2D designs as glossy 3D PSD graphics for marketing and website materials or other iPad review process. Whether you’re a designer, developer or marketer our Cover Actions only require that you have 2 things…: (more…)


Photoshop PSD Cover Action Free Files For Download

Looking for PSD freebies? We have those. The following post is a summary of what this site offers to give new visitors to the site more compressed information on a single page.

What we do is convert our blank generic product photography shots into Photoshop Cover Actions. Period. That’s our niche. If you need a generic mug, soda can, book, iPad or even a blank cereal box then you found the right place. Our Actions will recreate the product shot using Photoshop’s built in actions and in the process will take your 2D design/artwork and render it onto the result. That means if you design milk cartons for a living you can now concentrate on your designs and let our PSD actions render the carton and designs for you automatically. (more…)


Top 20 Royalty Free Texture Sites

Textures are an important asset to any designer whether it’s physical or visual. Here at PSDCovers we tend to offer faux 3D rendered products that require a lot of up front 2D design and texture work prior to being rendered. Unfortunately creating 2D designs or textures can be a very exhaustive process when starting from scratch, especially if this is your main focus. (more…)

Water Rain Drop Condensation Beads

Top 20 Photoshop Water Drop Tutorials

Water drops, and pretty much any other form of contamination, can be a very time consuming process and requires a lot of patience. Just dealing with the placement of hundreds of drops all correctly pointing in the proper direction, with highlights and shadows would drive any designer nuts.

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Icons For Anything

Icons are a heavily sought out resource by many designers and developers. The usefulness of icons in design to convey meaning or communicate concepts and workflows has been known to interaction developers for decades. Cavemen used heuristics long before programmers for the exact same purpose — recognition of an event through an image is much more powerful than using recall alone (ie, having to read a word and going through all the possible meanings of that word and apply them to the specific task at hand).