The Class Project is pretty easy. All you have to do is create you Own Wreath on Adobe Photoshop and Upload a picture of it! You can add any pictures of your process alongside or your story, anything that you want to. Go ahead, experiment with the pen tool. Create your own leaves and flowers with different colour palettes. Hope to see your project here soon!
Starting from square one, veteran graphic designer Ash Thorp will show you how to create production-ready UI and data elements for Hollywood films. Learn alongside concept designer Maciej Kuciara as you journey from client brief, all the way to final render and professional presentation.
Photoshop for Lunch™ is a series of short video courses you can study in bite size pieces such as at lunchtime. In this course you'll learn ten awesome tips in 10 minutes or less. You learn type tips, how to make color swatches and how to work with shapes and paths. You will learn to use Layer Comps, how to save a list of everything you do to an image, how to center an object (not as easy as you think!) and more. This is an example of what we will do in creating a custom color swatch from an image:
To paint digitally, you need a digital brush. In Adobe Photoshop we use the Brush Tool for this purpose, but unsurprisingly, it's not a very faithful copy of a traditional brush. In traditional art, the paint on the canvas, if too wet, gets mixed with the pigment on the brush.
In this class, I will take you step by step on how to create your very own digital alphabet clipart in Adobe Photoshop.
This video describes the process and workflow I have elaborated to paint quickly and effectively a Fantasy environment in Photoshop. It outlines my tricks and shortcuts to successfully complete a painting under a relatively short amount of time. I also speak about composition, design, as well as my method to obtain fast and successful color themes.
Want to improve your portraits, but can't afford to spend hours obsessing over distractions and discoloration? In this course, Chris Orwig shares techniques that can help you use Photoshop to bring out the best in your portrait subjects in a pinch. He explains how to remove distractions from the background of an image, as well as unwanted logos, jewelry, and even lint. He also shows how to shape and sculpt your portrait subjects, improve skin, eyes, teeth, and hair, and use multiple frames. To wrap up, he offers bonus tips for retouching black-and-white portraits and applying creative effects, plus a few advanced challenges for testing your ability to clean up a background and improve skin.
Includes 8 hours of videos, my demo sketches(Photoshop files) and reference material for each course. ALL FOR ONLY $42! (why $42? As I promised, if you buy just one for the regular price of $7, you can get all the rest for only $5 each!)
Most Adobe Photoshop artists don't make use of Smart Objects, and thus miss out on a potentially very powerful tool. With Smart Objects you can create a complex transformation once and then swap out the contents for any artwork you choose. In this workshop, Photoshop artist and author Steve Caplin shows you how you can use Smart Objects to enhance almost all your Photoshop work. Learn to simplify and speed up repetitive tasks, and create templates that can be repurposed as many times as you wish.
This tutorial goes goes through Photoshop techniques I use in painting: using Clipping Masks, Channels selections and more. It also explains settings and functions of Photoshop brushes.
SVS Learn - Beathing Life into your Character Designs
Four teachers in one day explaining concepts and challenging each other on the topic of character design. This class is designed to help artists draw compelling characters which form the basis of any great story.
In this course I will teach you some hidden and amazing features and options inside Photoshop that may not everybody knows about it.
Reimagine your living room with Adobe Photoshop. William Everhart shows you how to take an image of your existing living room and get a rough idea of what it will look like with different wallpaper, flooring, window treatments, and even furniture and fixtures. Whether you are a professional designer or just a homeowner looking to update the look of your home, you'll find the techniques you'll need here to design your new space, from picking paint chips to lighting.