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Best of the Web: July

Our First Monthly Roundup!

Monthly roundups are something that a lot of sites have been doing, and to be honest, have been missing from PSDFAN for some time. I read a lot of design related blogs in my spare time, and feel that I should give some credit for the host of people/blogs that inspire me on a daily basis.

Therefore I give you the first on many monthly roundup posts to come! Please let me know if you like the idea of a monthly roundup at PSDFAN, and I recommend that you check out all of these great tutorials, articles and freebies!


Firefish Photoshop Tutorial

Pen Tool In Depth Web Design Tutorial

Creating an Abstract Watercolor Wallpaper

How to Create a Photo Manipulation of a Flooded City Scene


50 Examples of Vintage Typography

40 Inspiring Blog Designs

25 Elegant Workstations for Your Inspiration

50 New Beautiful Blog Designs


Creative By Nature – Free WordPress Theme

Free Texture Tuesday: Nebulae Grunge

Free Set of Social Media Icons

About the Author:

Tom is the founder of PSDFAN. He loves writing tutorials, learning more about design and interacting with the community. On a more interesting note he can also play guitar hero drunk with his teeth.

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  1. Steven Snell says:

    Thanks for the link to my post.

  2. DoktorThomas says:

    Nice work.
    Nice artists.
    Nice articles.
    Very nice collection.
    Three thumbs up!!

  3. Pro-Designer says:

    very nice tutorials and articles thx

  4. you always share amazing work. thanks

  5. Tom says:

    Thanks for commenting guys!

    Steven: No problem mate, I really enjoyed the article.

  6. Add says:

    Thanks! Seriously nice Jim Morrison watercolor tutorial, with a quote from my favourite Doors song too! :D Also led me to that awesome media militia pack. The link doesn’t work but you can use

  7. Adam says:

    I love the riveted icons, I’ve not seen them like that before. I’ll also be checking out that flooded city scene – I used to do disaster scene photo manips when I was learning Photoshop.

  8. Thanks Tom! I really like the tutorial by Steve Gardner -How to Create a Photo Manipulation of a Flooded City Scene.

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