10 Of The Best Photoshop Wallpaper Tutorials

As a designer, one of the things that you should always have is a great looking wallpaper. Being a designer, you will spend a lot of time on your computer and a great looking background or wallpaper for your PC or Mac will really help to lighten up your day. We have compiled a list of some of the best Photoshop Waller paper tutorials so you can create great wallpaper whilst also improving your Photoshop skills. Enjoy!

1. 2010 Typo

This is a great looking and modern wallpaper design and the tutorial is extremely easy to follow. Click here to view the tutorial.

2. Light Effect Tutorial

This tutorial will help you to create a great looking and light background in Photoshop and it can be applied where you like. Click here to view the tutorial.

3. Blackberry Style

This is a great tutorial that will help you to create a wallpaper that looks a lot like a Blackberry wallpaper. Click here to view the tutorial.

4. Abstract Colours

This great wallpaper will allow you to create something a little abstract for your wallpaper that looks great. Click here to view the tutorial.

5. Apple Grunge

This is a great wallpaper tutorial that will help you to create a stunning looking grungy Apple wallpaper. Click here to view the tutorial.

6. Graffiti

This is a great tutorial that will show you how to create a stunning looking graffiti wallpaper in Photoshop. Click here to view the tutorial.

7. Summery Wallpaper

This tutorial will show you how to create a great looking and summery wallpaper for your computer. Click here to view the tutorial.

8. Sparkling Text Tutorial

This is a great tutorial that will show you how to create a sparkling looking text wallpaper for your computer. Click here to view the tutorial.

9. Rainbow Island

This is a tutorial that will show you how to create a great looking rainbow island in Photoshop. Click here to view the tutorial.

10. Water Bottle

This might sound like an odd tutorial but it actually looks great. The tutorial is easy to follow. Click here to view the tutorial.

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