Adobe Photoshop tutorials are amongst the best ways to learn how to apply the latest effects, techniques, tools and textures. When creating walk throughs for software programs or other tutorials, adding arrows to the screenshots can help readers follow along with each step. Recently, a reader asked me in a comment how to create these arrow marks. Here is a simple psd tutorial to help you create and add arrows in your own Photoshop images:
1. Before you begin, you need to download a layer style to give a beautiful look to arrow marks. My friend made a good post compiling these styles, and you click here to download these layer styles.
2. Now open Adobe Photoshop and load your selected layer styles. Here’s a screenshot:
6. To rotate the arrow, first select Move Tool and then click on Show Transform Controls.
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