Everyone loves a good how-to. We were mesmerized by Aaron Draplin's sick design skills a few months ago. And now video tutorial site Lynda presents another killer demo.
To celebrate Photoshop's 25th anniversary, the site has been rolling out some interesting vignettes of artists and designers using their platform to make cool stuff. In the video below, we watch James White create a rad '80s-inspired neon laser horse from scratch, and it's pretty cool. It's part of his "Overdrive" series and an impressive larger body of design and illustration work.
White explains his inspiration: "The reason I chose this—for Photoshop's 25th anniversary—is because I think this is the image that I wanted to create almost 20 years ago, in 1995, when I first started using Photoshop."
Check it out: