LinkedIn Learning (formerly lynda.com) has hundreds of Adobe and other graphic tutorials. These are nicely structured with read-along transcripts and downloadable practice files.
Members of the Mount Holyoke community can log in for free with their campus username and password.
Photographer Terry White has an extensive site with many tutorials from beginner to advanced.
For more detailed (but still intro-level) tutorials, look at his “Back to the Basics” series:
Do you have questions about which Adobe app to use when? Here’s a rapid-fire explanation of what they’re all for:
A very quick overview of Adobe Illustrator:
Basic procedure for creating animation in Photoshop and After Effects.
Thanks to Trinity Kendrick ’21 for creating and sharing this lesson with us!
This simple technique makes Photoshop coloring more natural-looking and easier to edit
A simple Photoshop trick to make your artwork wrap seamlessly in a tiled pattern. Great for animators, textile designers, and everyone else.
In this 4-part tutorial, you’ll learn how to create an open-top box in OnShape CAD
Learn: Transform and Align functions, Compound Paths, the Shape Builder tool.
A simple Illustrator tutorial to help you get familiar with some basic tools: direct selection tool, compound paths, shapebuilder, and blending modes