I'm back, much refreshed from my week off, with a new Photoshop tutorial. This time, it's all about the Line Tool.
A friend of mine thought that there was no way to make simple straight lines in Photoshop.
So I did this tut, to show her that there's a tool that not only makes straight lines in any thickness you could possibly want, using any unit of measure you're likely to need, but it can put arrowheads on the lines, and you can edit the arrowheads to give them a bit of character.
With a little work, you can even make the arrows curved!
Since the Line Tool is one of the Shape Tools, and I show you how to curve it by editing the path in the Vector Mask of a Shape Layer, this really fits in very well with the series just completed, too.
Hope you enjoy it!