Are you a doodler? Is the back of your notepad filled with drawings of little creatures and pocket monsters? It could be fun to turn those drawings into fully realised characters for posters and postcards. One of our own in-house obsessive doodlers shows you how to turn those drawings into brightly coloured vector art in no time.
Our instructor and expert Adobe trainer, Sharon O’Neill has a famous line that she frequently tells her students in a class. “In photoshop, if you rule selections you rule the world because once you can accurately select something you can do anything with it, and that goes for all levels of user, beginner to advanced”. It seems that Adobe has finally listened to her and the Photoshop 2020 version has a new object selection tool, which will make your design live much easier.
The latest Photoshop version came with a new feature, which can be handy, the select and mask workspace. This dedicated new workspace helps you make precise selections and masks in your work. This feature is particularly helpful to mask hair, for example.
Starting a career is always difficult, it takes time to build up your knowledge and confidence. In a culture that is more digital than ever, graphic designers are always in high demand. In this article we talked with our instructor to collect from them the top tips for who is considering or starting a graphic designer career.
Make your own floating island in this Photoshop tutorial.
So we have put together some of our favourite keyboard short-cuts from Photoshop, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator and more.
Simply print out the cheat sheet, fold along the lines, stick the ends together and you have an Adobe quick reference card.
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