Gasoline | Create an Abstract Style Poster Using Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator
In this class you will be using Photoshop to create a fun and enaging, slighty grungy style poster.
We shall look at layers, how images intereact with eachother and how gradients, shapes and patterns come into play to create a super abstract design.
Learn to draw Fantasy Maps in Adobe Photoshop with Daniel Hasenbos from Daniels Maps.
Do you want to improve your Fantasy Cartography skills, or not sure how to get started? In this 56 minute class we are going to explore how to use the basic tools of Adobe Photoshop to add colour and some finishing touches to your Fantasy Map! Make sure you've also watched Part I, Part II and Part III of this series!
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 1.5 hours | Size: 1.43 GB
Add a retro lo-fi print aesthetics to your work by imitating a photocopy look with our special technique for distressing all sorts of graphics & creating unique gritty textures in Adobe Photoshop.
If you are interested in composition, this video is a 1h45 talk about the underlying principles of composition as I understand them.
English | 2hr 46m | Video: 720p
In this class we're going to make a 2D Sideview Mockup in a Pixel Art style.
We're going to start with making a tileable parallax background, then we're going to start planning our level and making each tileset to be able to create an interesting and lively mockup.
We're also gonna learn how to make decorative tiles for our level, like trees, grass and chests. Finally we're going to make a tileset and use that tileset to fastly create new levels.
Removing the background from a picture can be one of the most challenging problems to solve in Photoshop. Whether you need to remove unwanted objects, remove the background, change the background color, or make the background transparent, we’ll show you all of the tools and tricks you’ll need to succeed!
Video of the process for this sweet and adorable but dangerous character, LILY SLASH, from slash sisters.
Sometimes you want to edit just a small section of an image. Targeted adjustments allow you to restrict your changes to a certain area of a photograph, based on its shape, opacity, color, focus, or brightness. In this course, photographer and educator Tim Grey show you how to use the tools in Photoshop CC to create and apply targeted adjustments. First, learn how to build precise selections, layer masks, alpha channels, and quick masks. Then find how to edit and refine your masks using the Invert and Feather commands, dodging and burning, and filters like Dust and Scratches. The workshop places a special emphasis on understanding the underlying concepts, and then mixing and matching different tools and techniques to unleash the full power of what Photoshop can do for you. By the end, you'll be able to use targeted adjustments to fix exposure, swap backgrounds, change the colors of products, and much more.
In this course I will teach you everything you need to know about getting started with Photoshop.
Hello and welcome! In this class, I’ll be sharing my perspective on what makes digital painting so great as well as showing you my full setup, process, and a beginner-friendly version of my workflow using BOTH Procreate and Photoshop. I'll answer lots of common questions I know beginners have, because I had those questions too!
Richard’s first online tutorial gives a full example of subject extraction in Photoshop – a key element in composite creation.
Start Designing Mobile Apps from Scratch by Using UI and UX Techniques and Android Material Design Guidelines
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Photoshop Tips & Tricks - 14 easy steps to work like a Pro
English | MP4 | 720p | 40m | 135 Mb
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 4 hour | Size: 2.58 GB
This course will help you get familiar with Photoshop by creating amazing projects you won't find on Youtube
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 5 hours | Size: 3.1 GB
Become Expert in Photoshop- City on Attack PhotoManipulation
ENglish | Mp4 | 720p | 4hrs | 798 Mb
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 4.5 hour | Size: 3.71 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 11 hour | Size: 13.4 GB
Sketch is one of the most popular UX design tools around. This course can help designers of all skill levels be productive with its focused, comprehensive workflow. Follow along with Chris Converse and learn the ins and outs of the Sketch interface, and how to design modern user experiences with Sketch, starting with project setup and working through to interactive prototyping. Chris shows how to create custom shared libraries, draw icons, work with imagery and typography, and share your designs across the web using the Sketch Cloud service. Finally, see how to export your work for developers or project teams for integration into their workflows. By the end of the course, you'll be able to use artboards, share libraries, draw icons, create prototypes, and export assets to high-definition PNGs, JPEGs, and PDFs.
Photoshop helps photographers and editors modify the images till it represents their vision the screen. Modifying the lighting, removing unflattering things and sometimes even modifying the images to the point where images are completely different from what they start with.
Photoshop for Designers shows how to leverage the best features in Photoshop for your design work. This installment focuses on Adobe Bridge, a versatile asset management tool that's tightly integrated into the Photoshop workflow. Bridge helps you organize your images, batch process photos, and nondestructively edit raw, TIF, and JPEG files via Adobe Camera Raw. Follow along with Nigel French as he guides you through the many useful features in this important tool. Find out how to organize, rate, and find your favorite images; create collections; build panoramas, HDR composites, and slideshows; and batch rename files. Nigel also shows how to edit images in Camera Raw and access custom Develop settings straight from Bridge.