Bite Size Design: Fun Flowers using Photoshop's Liquify Filter
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All Dressed Up3:33
Don't Leaf Me Alone2:55
You're a Star!2:58
About This Class
Welcome to the first class in my new series: Bite Size Design!
In this series we will be focusing on:
1- Creating design elements for use on Logos, stationery, cards, digital backgrounds, digital scrapbook kits, websites, blogs and more!
2- Learning fun techniques that will bring your designs and design skills to the next level. Plus, time-saving tips and more!
3- Different avenues to market your designs. Where and what types of products and/or services to offer.
In this class, we will use Photoshop's fabulous Liquify Filter to create fun flowers and stars that have a whimsical look. You won't believe how fun and easy this tool is!
What we will cover in this class:
- Creating a basic color swatch
- Introduction to the Liquify Filter
- Using shapes to accent our flower designs
- Creating leaf shapes
- Adding an optional sticker effect
- Creating a whimsical star
- Adding a pattern
Basic knowledge of Photoshop or Photoshop Elements is required.
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Fun little lesson. I learned some new things and everything was very easy to follow. Thank you!
With over 20 years experience creating and teaching art, as well as collaborations with arts and crafts companies, Syndee Rogers-Nuckles is a multi-media artist who specializes in digital art, watercolor, and graphic design.
Find some of Syndee's work here: Portfolio