Create a 360º Illustration In Photoshop CC (2016) or other softwares | Taylor Ackerman | Skillshare

Create a 360º Illustration In Photoshop CC (2016) or other softwares

Taylor Ackerman, Studio Looong | Illustrator and Designer

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11 Videos (28m)
    • Introduction

      0:52
    • Project Overview

      0:37
    • Resources

      3:07
    • Perspective

      3:51
    • Cube Maps

      2:53
    • Planning Your Scene

      2:30
    • Rendering Your Scene

      4:34
    • Equirectangular Panoramas

      2:32
    • Editing Metadata

      2:20
    • Sharing Your Image

      3:58
    • Final Thoughts

      0:56

About This Class

In this course, students will use photoshop and illustrator to create a 360º panoramic illustration. This class will teach students about the basics of one-point and equirectangular perspective, planning and drawing a 360º illustration, and publishing 360º content.   Students will use their skills to create a panoramic 360º seascape. This class is geared toward students who already have a basic understanding of digital and tactile illustration techniques and are looking to take their skills to the next level.

This method will work for photoshop versions CC (2016) and older, If you are using Photoshop CC (2017) or newer, I'll have a new class coming out soon with some cool new techniques!

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Taylor Ackerman

Studio Looong | Illustrator and Designer

 

Hey, I'm Taylor, the illustrator and designer behind Studio Looong. I have been a full-time graphic designer since graduating from college in 2015, but my love for art  goes way back to when I was a kid and my dream job was to be a cartoonist and guinea pig breeder.

While I may not quite be a cartoonist and my love for rodents has wained immensely, I still think I'm living the dream. Today I work 9-5 as a Strategic Design Specialist at the University of Illin...

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