Baugasm™ Series #10 - Design 3 Different Abstract Posters in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator | Vasjen Katro | Skillshare

Baugasm™ Series #10 - Design 3 Different Abstract Posters in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator

Vasjen Katro, Visual Artist

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8 Lessons (45m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:23
    • 2. Welcome

      4:06
    • 3. Design Poster 1

      6:01
    • 4. Additional elements

      7:54
    • 5. Finalizing Poster 1

      7:01
    • 6. Design of Poster 2

      11:25
    • 7. Design of Poster 3

      6:26
    • 8. Conclusion

      1:15
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About This Class

In this class, you will be able to learn different techniques and also a simple one which we are going to replicate to create 3 different posters. You will need to have installed Photoshop and Illustrator and we are going to switch between two different programs in order to create these artworks. You will learn the techniques and you will be able to create something new and with your own taste and style.

Transcripts

1. Introduction: Everybody, my name is Vasjen Katro. I'm the guy behind the Baugasm project on Instagram going and check it out. Today we're going to learn how to make this poster, this poster and this one. We're going to try to design all of these in Photoshop and some part on Illustrator, I'm pretty sure you're going to learn something and this is a really cool tutorial, and make sure you watch the other videos. 2. Welcome: Hey, welcome everybody, and thanks for enrolling on the class, I really appreciate it, you guys have been amazing. I got so many of you watching my classes, and I'm very sorry that it's been so long since I lastly uploaded a new class. I know I've been promising you for very long time, but it's been a bit difficult catching up with tutorials, and work, and freelance, and everything together, so thanks for coming back. This is going to be exciting, I promise. This is a really nice technique I'm going to show you today. It's something that I've been planning for quite a while, and as always, probably by now, you have seen the intro, you know what I'm going to end up doing, but this is completely experimental. I know nothing what the final artwork it's going to look like. I know the technique I'm going to show you. The benefits of these is just give you a background on how I start working on the posters, and what basically I use on a daily basis while designing the Baugasm posters. Let's get started, and let's see what are we going to end up doing? Here I have a white canvas, it is just normal poster layout. Before we going to jump and start designing stuff in here, I just want to make sure that you understand the first part of it, so basically we're going to use a distortion. How that works is that we take some abstract images, I have a new tab open here. The size of this could be the same size as the first artwork where you going to apply the design, but I have this one here and I have a few images. This is one of my posters, it has some abstract flow to it. Well, I have these images that I found on Google. Again, we're just going to use this one as a reference. These are going to deform any elements that we're going to design on this page, so we need this stuff. You can go and grab anything you want. You don't have to use these ones. I won't put these on part of the tutorial because, I highly encourage you to go, and find something nice as an image, and try different ones until you are happy with the result. I am not sure if these are even going to work for what I'm going to try to do, but I have four different options in here. Maybe I'm going to go later on and google something else or you use any of my posters but doesn't matter, I'm just going to show you as an example. I have four here, and what do you need to do is basically save this, so you have to save this as a PSD, not JPEG, not PNG, it has to be a PSD. Make sure you save that on separate folder, so I have 1, 2, 3, 4 here, and I'm going to use these ones in order to deform any shape I'm going to use on the poster. Make sure you do that. You can actually skip this part here, and do it later on for you to understand what I'm trying to do here, but if you are that person who wants to follow everything from the beginning, you better go and find some images that could be close, it could abstract textures. It could be anything that looks similar to this stuff. It has a lot of contrast, a lot of colors, shapes, and stuff like that depends what you're trying to achieve, but in order to understand well better how all of this is going to work out, you might want to watch the next step. In here, I have white canvas, and now I'm going to start designing on top of this. In order for you to understand the whole thing, I'm just going to quit the video here, and you can watch the other class if you want to follow all these instructions that I gave you in here. You go and grab some images, add them on a PSD, and then save them separately as PSD, and then come back to the next video where I'm going to show you how are we going to use those to make a poster. Thanks. 3. Design Poster 1: Hey, welcome back. So I hope you went and did this file. I have four images right here, so I'm going to use this. I went on the previous video before, what do you have to do? So now, we go here. As I said, I have a white canvas, it's blank, nothing. So usually, how I start with these is I don't have any idea what I'm doing here, but I'm going to go with a purple. It's like my starting point. What I'm going to do, I'm going to change the text colors to white just so we can see them. Now, let's say you want to play with typography, you'll want to play with different shapes. So what I'm going to do is I'm just going to grab a circle, as always, that really works. I'm going to create a new layer, and I'm going to grab the circle and just draw something in here. So you have a black circle. But now I want to add some gradients to this. So what I'm going to do, I like this dark. My flow for these, what I had in mind is, let's go with something dark, something black like where this is going actually. This layer actually has a gradient. It's gray. You can go and duplicate that if you want. But I like that because the light is coming from the right side and it's getting darker on the left side where the circle itself, its light on left side and darker on the right side. It gives this perspective 3D effect to it. I'm going to do this one and then I'm going to duplicate. It's Control J on keyboard or Command J on Mac. Now, as you can see here on the right side, I have two separate layers with a circle. For this one, I'm going to change actually the gradient of it. I'm going to go with the red one and on the right side something with purple. I might change these but let's see how that looks. That layer is on the back of this one. I'm just going to move it a little bit up. Until we get at this point. Now, I like this. So as I said, what I want to do here is add some topography on it and let's see how that's going to work. So let's write something cool. Let's maybe write, I don't know. Let's say Supreme. Just have a supreme t-shirt here. As always, this is completely experimental. I don't know what I'm going to end up doing in the end. So I might fail, I might regret some decisions. But this is a cool part about it. You're seeing the full picture, how I work and how I do the posters daily. Yeah. I have these texts here. I'm going to just right-click on it and do rasterize type so now its all pixelated. Usually what I do with this stuff is, I grab the selection tool. Maybe I want to go back now. You see, I'm just going to delete that and I want to make this full thing all caps. You can use any kind of font. I have Montserrat , I'm going to maybe go with Futura. It's always save. Here we are. I have the Futura. I'm going to right-click on it and go rasterize type. Now I'm just going to grab the selection tool and just going to grab just the tip of it. Select that part. Make sure the right side o, the layer is selected. Now press "Control J" on your keyboard. So basically it made a duplicate only of the selection that you did. Now you go and grab the layer below that, grab the moving tool and you just bring it below that. Now we're going to do that again. We're going to select this layer and we're going to grab a little bit more of that text. Control J again, and that's duplicated and stayed in place. I'm going to do that again. This time we're going to grab a little bit more of that. I'm just going to move it down. I'm going to just continue doing this thing. Let's see what we going to end up doing. Let's grab a little bit more of it. Move this down, let's grab a little bit more of it. Let's go up until here and move this down. Now let's grab almost all of it and move that down. Now we have everything together. So go ahead and select all of those layers and press "Command J" on your keyboard. Now all of them are grouped together. So in order, maybe I'm going to mess this up so I want to save that. I'm just going to press "Control J" on keyboard and sort of duplicate that, but I also can do right-click. Where's the duplicate? Yeah. Duplicate group. There. I'm going to right-click on these duplication and make merge group. So now, let's hide that group that has all the layers inside. Now we have this image. We have all these together. So before I showed you that we had all these images that we save them as PSDs, now what we going to do basically is use that as the reference to sort that. But I want to keep these videos short. So I hope you'll fall onto these plays and come on the next video to show you what we're going to do with those images we used before. See you on the next video. 4. Additional elements: Hey, welcome back. Previously we did these file. If you didn't see that video go and check it out, but basically we made this one and we also have a copy of that with all the layers in here, in case we mess it up, we have a backup. I have this one. Now, we're going to use the images we saved on the first video I showed to you in order to distort that. The whole secret here is you go to Filter, and you got Distort, and then Displays. Now, here you have a few options, like you have horizontal scale and vertical scale. You can play around with these until you are happy with it. But I'm going to start with 100, and see what that does. You click "Okay". Now, I'm going to select one of those layers, PSD files actually that I saved before. I'm going to go with the first one, open that and let's see what that does to the font. Voila. You see these looks pretty cool. But now the cool part about this is that you can add more distortion to it. What I'm going to do, I'm going to go again, Filter, Distort, and Displays. Now, I'm going to make it 150, and I'm going to select the other, let's say number 3. Let's see what that does. That's a bit too much. I'm going to go back and try that again. Displays. Let's say this time we do it 50 and 50, because we already had some displacement to it, and go with the fourth one. Here it is. I like this. I'm going to move this layer below that and maybe leave it somewhere here. Make it a little bit smaller. Edit. Let's go back to what I had. I'm going to keep it here. What I'm going to do now, I'm going to get the Lasso Tool, and then I'm going to select just one part of it here, and going to press again "Control J". I duplicated that. I have only this part. Now, only for these layer, I'm going to go to Distort, Displacement, and let's say 150, 150, and select number 2. Let's see what that does. It added this weird style. But now I don't want that to be wide, so I right click on that layer, I go color overlay and I change the color to somewhere here, let's say. Maybe just go wide. I don't know. As I said, I don't know what I'm doing here, I'm just playing around with stuff. Now, we also have these layer. I'm going to move these on the back. Maybe move it somewhere there. Make it a bit smaller. Editing here, or there. Maybe I'm going to move the stuff around. Now, what I want to do, I want to play a little bit with these gradient and maybe add some distortion to it as well. So I'm going to make a copy of that and you go Control J. Now, we have different one. Now, I'm going to right-click "Restylize Layer" or maybe "Restylize Layer Style". All of them are folded together. Now, I'm going to go again to Filter, Distort, Displays, 150 is okay, and go with a fourth one and then see what that does. Messed it up, added this stuff. I'm going to remove the layer on the back, I'm just going to keep this one. What it did actually it added these weird shapes. You remember this image, it had these diagonals layers clothing effect. I applied that one to this, and this is what it did. I'm going to leave this here for the moment and come back to these texts I have over here. Maybe I don't like that's wide, maybe, let me try some dark color and see how that's going to look if I bring it on top, if it here. Now, what you can do basically is I'm going to create a new layer and let's play around a bit with this. I'm going to grab a similar color to the red one we are using here. Just with a Brush tool, you can get these brush and just do something like that. Now, I'm going to go to the layer that is along this one. I'm going to right-click on it and go Copy Layer Style and apply it to this one. Sorry for the noise. Now, I have this one. I'm going to Restylize Layer Style and got to Filter, Distort, Displays, a 150. I'm going to go with the second one. Again, it added some distortion to it. I liked that, so I'm just going to leave it here for the moment. One thing I'm liking is this text. Maybe I'm just going to copy just one more part of it, like here. Duplicate that, remove the other part and make it wide. We have this somewhere on the back. We have it here. We have this one. Now, I don't want to over complicate this, but like other stuff that basically you can do is start painting on top of it. What I'm going to do is, I'm just going to paint something with dark, let's say, and do some weird stuff like this. I've never done this before. I don't know how this is going to look like but I'm just experimenting, as I said. Let's see what we can do with this one. I have this on separate layer. Now, I'm going to do another distortion. Distort, Displays, a 150. I'm going to choose again the four. Any distinct to it? I don't like this. I'm going to go back to it. This time, I'm going to Distort, Displays, and I'm going to go crazy like 600 with 600. I'm going to choose the fourth one and open. It added some weird stuff. I'm just going to move that on the background and leave it here. Now, I'm just going to change the color of it. It was this color and maybe just make it a little bit darker. Looks like an army camouflaged texture or something like that. But I liked that. One thing I didn't like about this black circle here, I want to add some shadow to it. I'm going to go with the new layer just below that circle. I'm going to grab the Brush tool. I'm going to get this soft round one, and I'm going to make it bigger. We have it on black and I'm just going to start painting behind that brush till it gets this stuff. But I don't want it to be all like that, so I'm going to delete this selected part. We have it only in one place. You can move this, you can play around with this stuff as much as you want. But one thing that I have in mind that would go very well with this design is doing something else. An illustrator, I have a full class about that, how to do the repetition objects. On next video I'm going to move to illustrator, quickly do that design and come back in Photoshop and show you how you can add some more elements and distortion to this poster. Thanks for following along. See on the next video. 5. Finalizing Poster 1: I'm back everybody. As I said on the previous video, we have this design. I'm going to add some more shapes to these. I'm going to add some more distorted parts, but to do that, we need to go and work on Illustrator. I'm opening Illustrator here and I have just a black Canvas. What I want to do is just grab the rectangular tool. I'm just going to draw something like this. Now I'm going to make these all black and the stroke of it, I'm going to make it white. I'm going to put it here so you can see it. I'm going make a duplicate of it, hold Alt on your keyboard and just drag it somewhere here. Now, there is this tool that I have a complete full video on this, watch the last video actually I published. I have full tutorial on how to work with this thing. Now I'm just going to grab this, double-click on it, and I'm going to go to specified steps. I'm going to go and maybe with a 150 and click Okay. I'm just going to click on this layer and then go and click on the other one. So we get all this weird repeating stuff, but if you grab, as you can see, there is a path connecting all of these two together. I'm going to go with P on keyboard, which is the Pen tool. I'm just going to add a few points in here. I'm going to add one here and one over here. Now I'm just going to press A on keyboard, I can select those anchor points, and I'm just going to move them around like this. Now the cool part about this is that you can just do this like make it rounded if you want, but if you want just this one, just click on it. You select only that one and you add the stuff. I'm going to do it for this one as well. Now I'm just going to move this somewhere there, also this somewhere there. Maybe I can add this here. The cool part about this is that you can go, where is it? Is it here? And you have the warp tool. So with warp tool, you can deform the path and give these wrinkles to it. So it looks a bit more weird. Now I'm going to grab all of these, copy, Control C whatever, go back to Photoshop and paste it in here. I'm pasting it as JPEG, and as you can see, I was in a different color model, and the black doesn't look completely black. I'm just going to go and make it more black. Now, what if we add some distortion to this, how's going to look like? I'm going to go Filter, Distort, Displace, let's say 600, and go with the third one and open and let's see. Crazy, right? It made it like this texture. I like it, but I'm going to just get the lasso tool and select only this part of it and then duplicate it and move it somewhere here. Now there, I'm just going to go brightness and make it a little bit more darker. It didn't work? There's a lot of pixels there. It's not working properly. I'm just going to leave it here. I'm going to paste that again since I still have it on my clipboard and move it this way. Let's add another distortion to it, but this time don't go crazy with 600, but may be 150. Select number 1. You see, you added some more stuff to it, but again you can go crazy with this stuff, you can come up with a lot of stuff. What I'm going to do now is I'm just going to add some text and I'm going to copy, I'm going to write supreme again. Make it all white, and just make it a bit bigger. Now I'm just going to copy this, paste. Let's align this on the left and move it here. Now I'm just going to paste supreme, select all of it, copy, enter and then, just do this now. Probably there is a better way to do this, but this is the cool part. This is how I learned stuff. I refuse to go back and learn the proper way of doing this. I think everybody has its own style and its own way of doing stuff. This is mine. I'm just pasting this stuff here, entering new line and pasting them. Now what I want to do is keep all of this like it is, right-click on it and go to Restorize type and go Filter, Distort, Displace 150, select number 2. It went crazy. I don't know if I like this, but just going to leave it here for the moment. Maybe just make it a bit thinner and leave it here. What if we make this all black? It didn't work. Let's save it white. Just going to grab one part of it like this one in here, duplicate that, and move it somewhere here. As you can see, this is completely a mess. I don't know if you like this. I like it. I'm going to add one line to it like this as always, clean, simple. I'm going to make the line white, and let's bring that on top of that white thing, so add some minimalistic style to it. Let's add some extra elements to the poster. I'm just going to make a squaring here and make that a bit lighter. I'm going to leave it somewhere there. Make another one. This time let's make this white and maybe a bit more gray and move it there. Let's make this smaller. This is one way you can use it and this is one poster that I did here today. I might go and try something else and record this, but I hope you learned something with the distortion tool and I hope you enjoy that. I'm really curious to see what you guys are going to end up doing with this technique. See you on the next video, I'm going to try to do another poster following that style, and let's see what we can do. Bye. 6. Design of Poster 2: Come back. I'm here on Illustrator and decided to try something else and let's see how it's going to work out. I have this shape that we did on the previous video. What I'm going to do now, I'm just going to add a circle. The circle basically has the same width, stroke, and color. I'm going to hold Alt on keyboard and just going to drag it as many times as possible. You know you can just go crazy like this. Oops, I like that. Let's keep that. I'm just going to make a lot of this stuff. I'm going to make a smaller one of these and then just move it here. Oops, let's put that on top, move it here, and then do Alt and just drag it so you can duplicate this. I'm going to do the same somewhere here and duplicate this. Again, sorry for the noise on the background. Here the studio is not the best way to record, but this is the setup I have right now. I have this stuff. I'm going to grab this one, duplicate it, make a bigger one, and just do it somewhere here. I'm going to grab all of these, group them together, bring them on the back. You can go on layers and just move them. I'm just going to add them in here. We have this crazy thing. I'm going to grab all of these. I'm going to go back here. We have the old design here, so I'm going to select all the stuff until here, and I'm going to group them and just remove them so we have this design first. I'm going to paste that in here. We didn't end up using RGB. I'm going to go and make this darker. We have this. I don't like that background. It is that color. I'm going to go with something else. Maybe let's go with purple. Like this. We have this part like it. I'm just going to select this duplicate it, Command G and move that over here. We have the one on the background just going to rotate it. Move it somewhere here. Now I'm going to get the lasso tool and select one part of it like over here, and duplicate that part. Then you press Ctrl I on your keyboard or Command I on your Mac, and you invert that, and it becomes all white only on that part. I'm going to replicate that somewhere here. I'm going to replicate that somewhere here as well, Command or Ctrl I and somewhere here and go and select that layer and do that. We got these crazy weird repeating objects. I'm going to create a new layer. I have the black selected and I have the brush, but now I'm going to go on mode and go dissolve so we can get this weird, noisy, dissolved shadow. Now I'm just going to duplicate the background and I'm going to add a gradient to the background. Let's leave it like this and see how it's going to look like if we just add it somewhere here. Let's leave it here and change the color of the gradient to something like dark and maybe yellow, orange. Let's make this purple more bright. I'm going to move this on top here and move it somewhere there. Now I'm going to rasterize this layer, rasterize layer style. I'm going to get the lasso tool and I'm just going to grab this part, duplicate it, and maybe move that part somewhere. Let's rotate that and add it somewhere here, and add it on top of this element. Now I'm going to add some distortion to that part, 150 is enough. Go with third one and let's see what it does. This doesn't look bad. I like this. Now what we can do is, what if we start painting on top of this with a brush and let's see what we can do? I'm going to go back to normal, not dissolve, and I'm going to get the purple. I'm just going to paint somewhere here. Then over that, this layer, I'm going to create a new layer and I'm going to make that layer a mask on top of that. I'm going to paint on this layer now, but I'm going to get this orange and add it there. I'm going to get some turquoise, add it somewhere here, and then let's get some yellow maybe and paint over here, here, or here. I don't know. Maybe we don't do that. Now I have all these two layers. I have this. I'm going to select all of them and I'm going to merge the layers. Now I'm going to get the lasso tool and I'm just going to grab some part of it. Command G will duplicate only the selection and we have this weird shape. Easy. Now I'm going to go back there, I'm going to get some more of it and command G, delete that, and we have this part. I'm going to get a bit of the eraser tool it's more smooth. I'm just going to leave it here for now. Now what you can do basically is just add some texts like supreme. As we started with that. Supreme there, supreme here. I'm just duplicating stuff. Supreme over here, supreme over here, supreme let's say there. Now what I want to do is add some more stuff to this like shapes. I'm going to make this line. I'm going to duplicate that. Move it here, duplicate that again, move it a bit down. I like this. I always use this as an element on my posters, duplicate that and move it down here. I have all these layers together. I'm going to merge shapes and then change the color to white. Now what I'm going to do is just select all of them and make them smaller and add this somewhere here. I'm going to create a new layer and get the brush tool be on keyboard. Make it small. I'm just going to choose a white color and just going to add some dots. As always, they add a little bit of texture and elements to the whole poster. As you can see, this technique of doing the posters is very easy and also adds a lot of stuff to the design itself. I'm going to go on the back layer and create a new layer there, get the brush tool, make it bigger. I'm going to get some same purple, this one here, but just make it a bit darker. Get the brush tool and I'm going to add some shadows. This one pops up a little bit more in there. Now what I want to do is select this layer and select only one part of it. Let's say this part over here and duplicate that. I'm going to add some distortion to it. I'm going to go with the fourth one. It did this thing. I'm just going to move it somewhere that looks good. Somewhere here. Now let's write or let's grab one of the supreme, duplicate one and let's see which one was okay. It was this one, and make it all way bigger and move it like this. We're going to add it here. I'm going to rasterize that type and go to filter, distort, display 150 and let's go with the second one. There you go. It added this element to it. I'm going to move it on the back, so it's here and it's part of the design. As I said, you can go crazy with stuff. You can come up with a lot of elements, a lot of shapes, and a lot of designs, by just playing with the distortion effect. For this tutorial, we basically did, let's say, how many? Two designs. Let's get this part here and move this as part of that design. It's this one. Now we have this one, but for this one we had a dark color. We had to gradient actually. Let's change a bit that gradient. I think it was lighter there and darker here. But now we have this shadow. This doesn't belong there. I think it belongs somewhere here. We have this design and we have this design using basically the same techniques going back on Illustrator, mixing up stuff and coming up with these sorts of designs. These are endless possibilities and endless things that you can do. For the next video, I'm going to show you something else, grabbing an image and adding some more distortion to it. Let's see what design we can come up with. See you on the next video. 7. Design of Poster 3: Back everybody, so let's see what are we going to do with this white background. This is a bonus voucher as well, this is a complete experimental one. I don't know what I'm doing here, so let's start and create a new layer. Grab the brush tool. I'm just going to start painting stuff. I'm going to add some blue, purple, some lighter one in here. Let's get some red, get some more yellow, get some turkeys. All of these is on a separate layer, so it's this part. Now let's try to add some distortion to it. Displacement. We're going to go with the fourth one, and it basically mimic that shape, and we came up with that, but I don't like this. I'm going to go back again to displace under 15, let's say this one. It mimic that and created this sort of shape, like this one. It's going to move it here. Now, I'm just going to duplicate this co filter blur, Gaussian blur. Now I'm going to try to add screen and let's see what that does to it. Now I'm just going to select rectangle here, duplicate that part, and we have these shape. I like and dislike these, I don't know. I'm going to change the color of the text, maybe to purple. On this one, what I don't like is that it's all squares, so I'm going to just delete this part, keep this shape in here. Now I'm just going to add the circle. To this circle, I'm just going to make it dark. Let's make it dark purple. Yeah. What if we duplicate this, we add it. Crazy. Now I'm just going to get back to this. I like this. Let's make it wide, let's make it dark. I'm just going to remove it. I think I'm just going to keep these clean, but I wanted to show you what you can do. I'm going to make these same purple list that, add it here, duplicate that and the duplication one, it's going to make it small and make it white. We have these two layers, I'm just going to add them somewhere here. Then I'm just going to add line. Let's create a new layer and add these lines. I'm just drawing some lines here, I'm going to apply some displacement to them. All of them are in one layer, I'm going to resize if they're filter, start displace the 15. I'm going to select the fourth one. Now we're going to change the color of that to white. What I want to do now is just make that big. Leave it here. Again, I'm going to go on this layer. Let's say I'm going to add some more distortion to it. We've got this weird. Now what I want to do when we have our own play with some colors, I'm going to go to "Window", "Adjustment" so you see these parts here. What I'm going to do is go to "Color Balance", and let's say if we can play a little bit with these colors and see until what color we can get. I like this part here. I'm going to go on the background and I'm going to make the background a little bit more like that color, let's see. Yeah. I'm going to leave it here. I'm liking this. It's clean, and simple, and make sense, but what I want to do is just duplicate, get the lasso tool, get some of these part, duplicate it, and move it somewhere there. I don't like this sharp edge. Oops. I want it to fade there. What if I just grab this part, duplicate that, and remove the other part? I'm going to remove this top part too. We have this. All right. I hope you really like this. Yeah. This was cool. I hope you learned something. See you next video. 8. Conclusion: Hey, welcome back everybody and thanks for watching the class. I hope you learned something. This was pretty cool, was completely experimental. Probably you knew what I was going to end up doing. I didn't know and here is the moment that I actually know what I did. So it's this one, and then is this one, and then is these posters. So we made three posters using almost the same techniques and we meet some of the techniques. I have some, if you want it done, how I do this brushing tools and how I do these sort of gradients. I have full tutorials, you should go and check the other videos, and if you want to get some more inspiration, you can see some of my posters on my bug awesome Instagram account and let me know what do you think. Hope you enjoyed these. I'm promise I'm going to make more tutorials as I go. As I said, it's a bit difficult, keeping work and other stuff together, but let me know what do you think. Send me some questions if you have any, and I'm really looking forward to see what you guys going to do. Make sure you submit your artworks as projects here on Skillshare, so I can look at them and give you some feedback. Thanks very much, everybody, and see you on the next tutorial.