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Create a planet in Adobe Photoshop from a screenshot on your phone - Abstraction from image 3

teacher avatar Tom Appleton, Graphic Designer

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7 Lessons (42m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:10
    • 2. Making the planet Part 1

      5:22
    • 3. Making the planet Part 2

      6:47
    • 4. Adding colour

      6:11
    • 5. Creating a background

      2:10
    • 6. Composing the poster

      8:36
    • 7. Adding typgraphy

      12:05
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This class takes a further look into creating abstract designs from images. This time, we'll be looking at how we can turn the most simple of images, in this case a screenshot from an Instagram page, into a planet. 

I will be showing the process from the initial screenshot to forming a planet, with textures and shadows to bring it to life. I will discuss different compositional options and various typographic possibilities and briefly touch on different ways of colouring your design.

Below is a screenshot of my instagram @tomappletondesign which you are more than welcome to use for this tutorial! 

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Here is the poster from the video, as well as the initial poster I designed a couple of weeks ago that inspired this tutorial.

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1. Introduction: welcome to another episode off abstraction from image. In this absurd, we're gonna be looking at what we can make using a screenshot of your own instagram page. So we'll be looking at how we can turn this phone screen shots into a planet. I'm going to take you through the process, having filters and walking it on, modifying it can use clip your mats to create a shape using shadow toe a little three d they're gonna move into Illustrator. We're going to start thinking about time for composition. And how could use just a rough grid to help us lay out there and give us an idea of where screenshot was, just a way of quickly generating image again. It's starting to show. Just jump right in. If you don't have a phone on my back, you're more than welcome to mine. Put demons. I used in my post in the description for this video. So more than welcome to use that on your just away. There's one sign from the same point just jumping straight end on just making something so I hope you enjoy it. I hope it's ingesting on Let's get started 2. Making the planet Part 1: All right. So first thing, we're just gonna start in fairy shop. Andi, I just want in a three document. So that's under document type. Just what international paper size? Just a three on. I'm going to set my resolution to just 150 but feel free to put it all up. 300. So you get your a three document. Next thing we're gonna do is import our instagram screenshot if you don't have instagram. Um oh, you don't have much on your account. Don't worry too much. You can feel free to use mine. I'll put the link in the description and I'll put just a screenshot that I'm going to use in this video. So you're welcome to just use that. So I'm just gonna drag it in straight from my finder. When you drag it in, you'll probably find you've got these white bars. You may know if you have bigger phones. I'm not sure how it's really gonna work. I have a success and I have these little white balls. You just want to make sure that there's no white space, so just drag it and just stretch out. It doesn't really matter next thing you just want to come over to the layers palette. I'm just right click on restaurants that layer from there. I just want to make a copy of it on just to fall back on if something goes wrong. So I'm just gonna drag that down to the new layer icon on, then hides the previous one. So now we're gonna start add in some of these effects onto it, So first I'm gonna do is come up to filter on and filter gallery. So the filter gallery, it can be a little bit strange. There's someone here that I just totally bizarre that you probably never use. But the return really good stuff that we can use is like a stepping stone to, like, make something better. In this case, we're gonna be using the glowing edges, um, filter. And that's the only one in this stylized folder. So with the sessions, I want my edge width to be really small all the way down to one, so I could still read the tie. I want them to be really bright because as we go through, it is going to sort of lose clarity and brightness. The more. We walked the image, so keep it as bright as you can. I'm just gonna keep about 16. So it looks love it, but that on the smoothness, Um, I suppose it doesn't matter all too much. I'm going to keep it looking someone like that for on that I'm just going to press OK again . I'm gonna make a copy of this to fall back onto and then hide the original. The next death will start to make it look more of a texture unless of Justin inverted instagram page. So I'm just gonna with the lace, like Did just come up to filter on this time won't distort Onda wave. So I've covered the way filter quite a few times in these videos, so I'll just brush over it quickly. The number of generators is off. How many waves? That, uh so obviously the more you go, the crazier it gets. I just want sort of simple, small waves for this for my texture. So I'm gonna keep all the way down to a one. The wavelength amplitude in the scale. They just moved, um, around. Um, and you'll just saw Figure out for yourself just toe Adan. I'm just gonna be working in sign for this. The only important thing really is you want to keep the waves fairly big so that you don't lose all your detail. And you also want on this undefined areas options to put it on wraparound. It's important for the next step that there's no sort of transparent spaces you can see with these checkered areas. Here. It's important that they're filled. Not gonna worry too much about this because, again, we're gonna manipulate even further. I'm going to go with something like this, okay, and then that's it. So again, I'm just gonna drag this down, make a copy on okay and hired the previous one. So from here, we're going to start turning it into the sphere, all the circle. So it's another filter. So you just want to go filter distort Aunt Pearl Accord nous. So you probably find when you zoom out all the way that you've got a vertical line down the center here. Andi, also the's like some bust lines coming out. So if you like that, feel free to go with that. If you don't want that, I'm going to just choose the polar to rectangular option and leave it like that. So from here, you want to rotate it all the way around. So command t and then swirl around, and then okay. And then you want to go back into your public ordinance, see him out, and then go to the polar option. So as you can see now, although it's off No, a perfect circle anymore. We have lost that vertical line, okay? 3. Making the planet Part 2: So carrying on from where we left off in the last part, I'm just gonna come over here to the shape tool, Andi. I wouldn't choose their lips tool. Now, if you zoom in, you want to get its coast of the centers you can. It's not really the end of the world if it's not perfect. But you just want to click down hold, hold on, hold shift. And then, as you bring the curse out, you bring the circle out perfectly from the center. So I'm gonna try and keep his much in as I can. I'm going to keep it. I'm gonna put it to about there and then I can work around this circle. I know this is where the planet is going to bay. So next we're gonna do is clipping mask our shape inside the circle. The easiest way of doing that is just a place to circle where you want it. If you want it to make sure that it is perfectly in the center of the art board to make sure you've got it selected, the layers selected and then hold control or command on your background. Layer two and burst Selected and then appear where you were lying. Just click center and this center one as well. So that's this on this And now that's just moved mine a couple of pixels into the center and the way that the polar coordinates works. That means that this is also the death center off the page and said that should now all be bang on. So if you've got the circle way, you want it to make clipping mask now need to put it behind your image from they just click on the image layer. Hold Bolt on, then where you get this little arrow, It's the arrow cursor. Come up. Just click down onto the shape you want to clipping mask. Andi, click on they go. That's the clipping mask. So now if I with my move tool click on my image, I can move this around Andi. The Ellipse stays where it is, which gives us really good freedom for just playing around with how this looks. So I'm gonna start off by making a copy when you make a copy. That copy is also part of the clipping mask, so that's just sort of a cool thing to know so I'm gonna put another filter on it now to give it more of a texture. And so I'm going to go back into the filter gallery. It's gonna see him out on this. How much used articulation filter, which is sensibly just puts a noise filter over it. But it gives you really good control over it rather than and the actual noise filter. So depending on how gray or dark you want it, that's what this dense to level controls. So I'm gonna put it on about two. And then this is what I was saying before about how the more we sort of tweak we lose the brightness from el Iran when we put that first edges filter on it. Okay, so I'm so happy with that. That looks fine. Okay? And it starts to look more like, um, a possibility of, like, a planet or something more authentic than when it's perfectly crystal clear. The next thing we can do is duplicate this copy layer can use command t on again. We can rotate all the way around, okay. And then we can go on lighter color that will show both of them through at the same time. So although it looks a bit messy now, you could then use command t on and make one larger. Sir could maybe make it like that and then maybe even just turn the capacity down. And maybe there's something in that. Maybe if I put the other one down as well. Another thing that you could do at this point it on. Always making a copy. It's important that you don't lose the sort of the base version that you're working on. So have, um, show you have the original version. I have the grainy version on the version that we've just made now. So you gonna make another copy of this one? And nothing you can do with this layer slight said, is going to filter distort 12. And if you wanted to create more of, like, a vortex e type thing as opposed to a planet, uh, just turn this way up, and as you can see of it, it twelve's it. Really, Um, Sam's gonna put a real soul amount on. So again, starting to look even more like a planet now. Okay, So the last thing I'm just going to show you is in your adjustments panel here. And if you don't have that, you just want to goto window adjustments, and then that will come out. Ah, the posterized, uh, tool you can use. That just sort of takes some detail out. Turn all the way up itself goes completely blackened way, But you can use it just to add some heavier grain to it. So I'm just gonna put a really small amount on, like, 10. And there we go. That's our planet that I'm gonna work with. It's still got some type in it, which I think is kind of cool. I have nothing against the type. Obviously, if you don't like the type, I mean, just move it out the way they will be areas of it that don't have time. I mean, that works may be better. Um, and I'll probably just export both of them. They felt I like that one back. Okay, so we're about and I'm just going to sort of move it around a bit and see where I'm out with that. Um, obviously, whether you want type and there are no are where you've still got some of the symbols left from your instagram page or anything left recognizable that you want to show through. Feel free to keep that. I think I'm gonna just have the Shea. I think I'm gonna sit this self swell here. I think that looks really cool. So that's how based planet in just black and white. And then we'll talk about color in the next part. 4. Adding colour: Okay, welcome back. So in this, partners were gonna very quickly go over a way that we could color our planet. So first thing you want to do is just go over to the layers. Andi, select the layer that you've used all the layers that you've used. Andi, the circular clipping mask. I'm just by using control of command to slight more than one layer. And then you just wants dragged into the new layer. Make a copy of those two. And then while it's just so button selected, you just want Teoh rank like Andi merged layers and then hide basically everything else. So now this is just one shape, Um, and we can start school, right? So I'm just gonna start by double clicking on the layer tab just in this gray area here and that around this layer styles menu. So the color overlay in the gradient overlay, it could be what we're gonna what we're going to be looking at. So the color overlay basically puts a color over your shape. So if I just quickly make a pink color, uh, it just feels it entirely. But you used these blending modes to, um adds the color to your image in different ways. Um, And again, these So in that I use all the time. And I always include them in these videos and a lot of them. They work by adding the color to like the highlights. Um, and then different. Basically different ones do different things. Um, on a lot of them are just really cool that I really like how that looks. So if you find something you like, just okay, Andi, make a copy of it, hides the previous phone and then opened that color overlay from the new copied version. And then you can change it. Andi, see what else you could do. So carried on. I could now make like a red one. Someone's working in difference for this one. So I mean, that looks kind of cool as well. So again, it's gonna okay, make a copy of it. Hide that one, and then go back into it this time. Gonna look, it agreed in over late. So I'm just gonna untech this to take that off and then take the grating overlay. So, I mean, the one that's come up is one I've just been playing with you basically, you need to go into this Grady Intell. But, uh, Andi choose the color at the star Andi the color at the end. The reason it's all crispy like this is if you use the pasteurized before, um, if I just okay this for the time being, if I just hide that it's totally smooth. So that's just something to keep in mind at this point. Um, so just to go back into that great and overlay so you choose the start color, the end color, and then any colors in between and you get like, a live feed here off it so being applied. So you can put horrible green and and you can see what that's going to dio so, just and to take them off, you let you just click and drag it down like that and I'll take it off. You can also copy a color exactly by holding old on, then clicking on it in dragging on doll. Copy it when you've chosen to cool is the reason also that mind sort of circulate. This is because I have my style on radio. If it's linear, it might look something like this. You can change your angle. Onda also is your angle. And also the scale is something that I like to use a lot Just a zoom way in to the Grady in It's all smooths out little bit. So I'm just gonna go with Rachel, I think just for now, Andi, I'm just going Teoh, test some of these blending modes again. And these blends all look different depending on how about planets turning out differently You could try. So reversing that and come back into a grade in. If you want more or less of one color, you just move the slider up. So when you're happy with all you said things, I've got this version. I've got red version have pink version on and I have my black and white version. The very less I'm going to do is just tone it up slightly. So I'm just going to come all the way up. So I'm just gonna work with my black and white one. Um, I'm not going to come back up to my adjustments and I'm going to use this brightness and contrast adjustment. I'm gonna turn them all up quite away simply because I want bright whites and I want dat docks. Um Ah. So I'm going to give us something like that in the very last thing, just to export it. Just using the crop. I want a one by one square on. I'm gonna cook. Just bring it in. Holding all down again to bring in on it will most likely snap to the edge of your shape anyway and then just click the tick, going to come down to the bottom of my layers, hide my background layer so that it's transparent like this. And then you won't save the out as either a PNG or a PSD, whichever you prefer just anything without a background, and then we're going to take this into illustrator. 5. Creating a background: I guess it's just one quick thing to add in before we do take that planet into illustrator . Just go make a quick background put its story onto, and we're gonna make dying very shop as well. So gonna make the document exactly the same. Just a three. So, international paper on Day three gonna put my background on 150 again on just Okay, So first I'm gonna dio is come just to my background layer Here, drag that down, make a copy of it. Okay. So soon, double click on it again. Umbrellas, layer, styles, menu go to color overlay. Uh, because I'm gonna be working with the black and white version. I'm gonna keep my background black, but obviously feel free to use grading and color anything. But the main thing that I would just be showing you in this part about the background is adding this noise to it. So I'm just going to right click on this background layer. Andi, rest, rest arise. The latest style. And that would get rid of that color overlay. Ah, bit beneath it. It's gonna come back up to filter filter gallery on. We're going to use the articulation filter again, Andi, for the same purpose to add a layer of grain to the top of it. So use density to decide how dark you want it to bay. Um, we can make it darker in a second, so just you need to get about 20 amount of grain that you'd like. I was going to go with something like that. Onda again. I'm going to use this pasta rise. It just meant, um, to sort of bring some of the grain down. Andi, I'd like it to be something like that about six. I'm just going to save that out as Jay Peg. And that's just gonna be the very first layer on our space poster. 6. Composing the poster: because the next part, it's just gonna be putting our poster together. He's now a planet and out background. So just want Start with a three document as before. I have one in my recent If you don't, you just want to come across the print. Andi, be a three down here or if you have an older various niv illustrate, I think it will be more like Photoshopped version under international paper. I can't quite remember on Craig coming So the first thing going to do is just drank my background in I did have slightly more grain from the last part Eso it looks but more like this. But I mean, you can just be working between the two If you import this as a PSD, any changes you make in very shop, you can update it live in your illustrator, which is soft, really handy thing today. The next thing just want to take your planet on. Just bring that in. Should have no background like mine's got no background here. There's no white Andi. It fits well on a three document because obviously we made it on on a three document. So this is where we're at so far and already that looks pretty cool. Um, feel free just to try rotating as well as that. You might find that just rotating it makes some difference. So the first thing is, composition. Onda at this point is a couple of things that we can do. And I'm just gonna solve display, Display them in a row. Um, using your art bought tool here, just a bottom could just come over to outboard hold downs, click down whole old and shift and jack out like that to make a copy. Andi, I'm stomach. Couple. So the 1st 1 on the very sort The simplest thing and some and I did on opposed to just recently It's just having it in the very center. I'm just small and this gives all this room for nice type, and it just gives it a cool atmosphere to solve. Looks like it's floating in space, which is cool. That's what we wanted. Another idea would be to clip your musk again. So if I click on my planet on hold all and shift on drug it all the way out. So that's really big. I could then use the rectangle the great. 10. Give the tool. Ah, and draw a rectangle. The same size is about document the simplest, both your image. Why it has to be different. I don't know. I slipped your shape. Select the image on do control or command seven. And then that puts that inside your clipping mask this time to move it around. If you just click and move, it moves the whole thing to move it, move the shape around inside. You just need to double click on. Everything will go grey like best you want to click on your image, and this is what's called ice light in the image On on. That's the only thing that's gonna move. So if I was to move it, say like this when I then I can either use this arrow Arkan to solve click off it a few times seven was kind of cool as well. And then you just quickly you just click into it like that on see what it looks like elsewhere. So a couple of cool things that you could try with clipping mask on the final thing is just doing the exact same thing again. But just making it completely false, full soft bleed to the edge of the poster on. Then again, that looks pretty good. So that's just all three compositions that we could sort of play with. I'm going to be focusing on probably just maybe, maybe just the 1st 1 So I want to do now is I'm going to use the out bottle again, make a copy of this one that I like. I want to make it look more like it's just off floating in space and give a bit more life less flat. So I'm gonna take the paint brush tool, and I'm gonna come up here to the stroke, like bar, clicking this drop down and come down to new brush. So we're gonna make a brush to use just for this my job. So I want a collie a Cali graphic brush, and I just click. Ok, um, the angle it's not gonna matter too much, because what we're doing is we're gonna make a shadow, took sort of cover a portion of this planet to give it soft, some depth. So all that really matters is the size because none of the default illustrate brushes. Go a big enough. We want it around 100 50 Um, between 152 100 again. It's not gonna matter too much if you use it, just use the paintbrush to use it and just click and draw like you would If you decide that's too small because we want to cover a big portion like this. You just want to double click in it in the brush menu and then just boost it up a bit. So I'm just going to go to about 200 just okay, so, Teoh, use it. You need to make sure that the only thing that is on is to stroke. Andi, I'm gonna turn that black. Excellent. A black shudder. I'm just gonna start to pain if you choose a just a corner on just sort of fill that corner just so that there's no sof areas where there isn't a shadow. If you sort of started to shadow, uh, next thing we're gonna blur it. So you just want to select it and just want to goto effect on Blur and Gaussian blur. If you just bring the preview up back, click on this preview. Okay, so where I've got the Blur all the way off a 250 the way they illustrate. It does sort of blur. Um, it's off clips at the edge forever. Reason, um, you don't worry too much about that. As long as the Clippers, where is I Off the art board? Um, it's like this area here that you would be most concerned about just because you don't want any hard lines coming off your blood. Um, but I mean, I wouldn't worry about that too much. We're going to be solved, um, blending this in any way. So some of that that'll be fine. Just make sure there's no hard lines in the actual area immediately. Art board. So I'm pretty happy with that. So just okay, And then now, as you can see, we've got our grainy background. A grainy planet obviously know a grainy shadow. So to do that, I'm just going to select our grainy background. I'm going to use command shift or control shift on square bracket on the right to bring that to the very top. Or you can go object, arrange Onda, bring to the front on. Do you just want to put that on screen? Ondas you can see where it was black. It's sort of it's it's completely covered it. But it's also used our shadow, too. Hide the bit that we wanted hiding. But when you zoom out, it still works as a shadow. So it's the further you zoom still really looks like shadow. I'm just comparing it to the one above it. You can really see that it does are somewhat like 1/3 dimension to it. So that's sort of the basis of what we're gonna be working with and in the next part will add some type on start to think about finishing up. 7. Adding typgraphy: Okay, so this last part is just gonna be about adding some type on any extra little details and just finishing off composition just to make it a poster. So the first thing to do because this shaped like if you got it, like I I have There's lots of just empty space. Andi, it can often be sort of daunting as to where you're going to put any type. If you just gonna sort of lay around randomly. So we're gonna start off by making a grid. Andi, to do that, you just want to come across this line tour here on hold down to click and hold and come down to the rectangular grid tool. So you use that like you would any of the shape and you just draw out the grid. So just using this is a basic sort of rough, rough idea of what to put, um, To put your type. Ah, you know, using a grid is very specific. There's books and books about grids. This for May is just sort of ah giving me ideas of type placement as opposed to just really strict as a really strict thing to stick to Andi Also, I'll show that as we go along. So to use this to still holding it down you just used your arrow keys to add and remove columns on Droz. I'm just opened down left and right, so I won't loom to be, um square perfectly square. Um And again, I'm not gonna worry too much about the grid. I know I won't. Around 10. Ah, Rose, Uh, 11 on day eight columns. But that feels pretty good to May. Again, this isn't like anything to particularly go by. This isn't necessarily how grades is supposed to be used. This is just a quick way just to help you. Ah, with some ideas of West. Pretty type. So if you just let go, um, it may not have any appearance yet. You just add stroke to it as you would anything else. So I'm just gonna make her stroke. I'm gonna make it like bright pink. Andi Just going to select it and use a line appear just to put it on Alliance Art board on day two. Pretty over. Okay, so we'll always to get rid of it at the end. But just for now, I'm gonna show you how I would use this. So I'm gonna start off by just clicking it and lock in it, and then we're going to start by making some text. I'm just gonna committee are type tool or press t on. Just click. Andi, just type. Um Andi. I mean, if you have a concept, that's fantastic. I'm just do it for the sake of self teaching. You guys so much gonna type of anything can think over, um, design space it's forward doing I don't make that really big so I can see what I'm working with. Um, the only reason this is pink is cause for some reason, I don't have this fun. But anyway, I'm going to change it to we're going to go with, like, a retro space off theme. So I'm going to go with have a kobold. I've got all caps, I'm gonna bring my leading in. Just so it's nice and sort of Titan with itself. Andi, my Karen in Just keep that nice and time you notice that feels quite nice. So obviously can change as I go. Um, next things to think about are just unlock. That's great for now so that you can see it. I also I said it gray squares instead of clipping masking the shadow just because it was over spilling it was just a little bit quicker, but And I just got the color by using the color dropper, you know? So just a quick little thing asking a crew found Look, that So the first thing to think about when we're building this composition is that so far we have three different layers. We have our background, which is technically the foreground. There's just so blended on our planet, and we have our shadow at the fact that they're all separate means that we can then intertwine our type between the layers. So if I hold all down MK copy of this, I can then use command and use thes square brackets, um, to place it behind and in front of various things so I can place it for resize this I could put it inside the shadow if I come in to unlock the background. You know, that makes a really nice effect over over our planet. If I bring this, it could be something to think about. That could look really good. Um, it was say smaller on It was like future bold. And it was like 500 expanded, You know, you start to get, like, an in Stella type thing going on. Um, on the other thing is obviously the planet as well. So is also obviously the planet is also separate as well. So if I take this big type again to bring it in, it's behind the shadow. But I can continue. Continue to put it backwards. Andi put it behind the planet as well, so I could then move this text. The only thing to be aware of at this point is that clip in line that I mentioned earlier is really visible over white. So it may just be advised just to keep any text inside that because you can't see it, uh, at all. So that's a couple of things. Just to maybe play with you could even maybe move on planet down whole. Don't drag out. Maybe swivel it round to make it look like another one. Maybe, like, make it smaller. And then you go, you know, you start a game. It may be more planets, but for me, I'm just going to have some really soul text in a just a Swiss style and just keep it really sort of subtle. And that's where the grid comes in. So I'm just going to click on my grid, going to use my line options at the top is going to set that to land to outboard Andi horizontally line it vertical, line it to the middle. I'm just gonna command Teoh and lock that. So I'm just gonna put some soul type down here in a Swiss style on see how that feels. So I'm just gonna drag this in to the idea the grid is to sort of fit it these corners within the squares. So if I bring this in to show you, I'm just consult fit in here like this on command shift on Dsquared bracket on the right to bring a above the shadow. I'm just gonna bring all the way in holding shift. So if I was to put the sand, fill it all nicely into the square here. So it's click on Gosper a skill share rial by tongue Appleton and white So I can see where that put that in there. Just like I keep everything neat and then because I want the next text to be in the same style. Just gonna hold all on shift, drag it across to here October 2017 to serve a little tweak. So, you know, So that's feeling pretty good. It's gonna make these regular and love it smaller, maybe fit them all inside like that. Uh, another thing's gonna copy this text out with all If you want some vertical texts as well. It just used to move tool on your time, swivel around and then just have it facing going down like that fit in this corner of the grid and that line up nicely there. That stunt feel pretty nice. Okay. And there Yeah, that's me finished. So I sort of went off by myself. Little bit. I always come into these knowing what I'm gonna be making. But a lot of times, like with the text element at the end of the tutorial, just to sort of do it naturally. So you see my sort of process I go through it is this wealth come off with have gone super simple. There's loads more exciting things that you could do with this. You know, there's a lot you could do with putting, you know, you type behind like I mean, that looks really cool. And I may experiment with that in the future, but for now, just show the basics of this sort of technique on the basics of the grid. Uh, this is the final product. So hopefully that was interesting. It's kind of crazy to think that we made that from, um, an instagram screen show. And it just sort of goes to show on how you can just make something from anything if you just know how, um, and the scrum screen shop was just an idea of what is the quickest way that we can generate some image and some type on That was just a really quick way of using your own or using my artwork. So I thought that was just something really interesting to explore. Andi, I hope you learned something from this. So take this further add color, add big, exciting type behind the shadow. I think I will in the future, and you'll probably see that you'll probably see me post it later on and then share everything that you make. And I'm really excited to see everything. Um, feel free to share the original screen shot if you like. Or No, that's fine. And again, if you've not got on instagram or you don't want to drone, you're welcome to use mine And all that will be in the description for this video. So I hope you enjoyed it. I hope it was interesting. Andi. Other forward senior work. So thank you for watching.