Bite Size Design: Fun Flowers using Photoshop's Liquify Filter

Syndee Rogers-Nuckles, Graphic Artist & Illustrator

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9 Videos (27m)
    • Introduction

    • Color Swatch

    • Hello Liquify!

    • All Dressed Up

    • Don't Leaf Me Alone

    • Sticker Effect

    • You're a Star!

    • BONUS video

    • Finale


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.

24 of 24 students recommendSee All

What a fun class! The flowers and stars are just so cute! Syndee gives very clear instructions, and I ended up learning a lot of extremely useful techniques.
Fun little lesson. I learned some new things and everything was very easy to follow. Thank you!
Excellent class! Such a cute a fun way to create flowers!
Misti Hammers

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Syndee Rogers-Nuckles

Graphic Artist & Illustrator

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