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Take a 10-minute recess every week and join Bert Monroy for a fun, self-contained project in Photoshop or Illustrator.
Bert Monroy transforms a set of ordinary photographs into an extraordinary work of art featuring a labyrinth-like maze.
Learn how to use Photoshop to build 3D planets and spaceships and composite them into a dreamscape featuring a mysterious off-world mining colony.
Learn to use Photoshop to composite and blend images from many different sources into a dreamscape featuring a magic orb and an island guardian.
Turn boring beach photos into a dreamscape featuring a sacred cavern, using the transformative tools in Photoshop and these techniques from Photoshop master Bert Monroy.
Learn how to illustrate a mystical passage inspired by myth, with Photoshop and a collection of ordinary images.
Bring a science-fiction scene inspired by Star Wars to life with a few simple images and the tools in Photoshop.
Join Bert Monroy as he creates a brand-new work of art—a castle on a desert cliff—using just a few ordinary images and the tools in Photoshop.
Create a portal to a realm of the imagination with a 3D arch, a collection of ordinary images, and the tools in Photoshop.
Learn how to create a cozy mushroom house that looks like it's straight out of a fairy tale, with Photoshop and a collection of ordinary images.
The third installment of Bert Monroy's Dreamscapes series shows how to transport your photos into otherworldly territory, like an underwater coral reef, an enchanted forest, or even a menacing factory, all with Photoshop.
Join Bert Monroy in the second installment of his Dreamscapes series, and learn how to transform your photos into incredible scenes filled with imaginary creatures, ancient ruins, and more.
Take an unexciting photo and begin to transform it into an amazing dream sequence using compositing and painting techniques in Photoshop.
“What I'm learning will save me a lot of time and frustration on current and future projects.” —Linda J.
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