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Learn How To Create Streetwear Style Designs In Adobe Photoshop

teacher avatar Aldin P., Designer & Developer

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Topics include illustration, design, photography, and more

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Lessons in This Class

9 Lessons (1h 51m)
    • 1. Introduction with class

      1:16
    • 2. Learn Photoshop Basics in 30 Minutes

      32:27
    • 3. Shortcuts

      10:32
    • 4. Prepare Document For Shirt

      2:56
    • 5. Streetwear Design 1

      19:13
    • 6. Streetwear Design 2

      15:46
    • 7. Streetwear Design 3

      9:17
    • 8. Streetwear Design 4

      12:54
    • 9. Adding designs on mockups

      6:16
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About This Class

Streetwear is more than a fashion statement, it’s a lifestyle that was born out of skate, surf, and hip hop in the United States between the 80s and 90s, and today it’s everywhere.

In this class, we are going to create 4 different streetwear designs, from zero to finished work.

We will cover Photoshop basics first, so students will be comfortable using Photoshop, once we achieve that we can focus on designs. 

All 4 designs are different so students will have a chance to see how to apply their knowledge to different situations and create cool designs. 

Can't wait to see what we can accomplish together!

See you inside this class!

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Aldin P.

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I have been in the design field for more than 7 years from now, and have been using Photoshop for many years. I graduated from IT Academy, department Graphic & Web Design.  My expertise includes graphic design and creating digital artwork. I'm here to share my knowledge with other people who are willing to learn! 

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1. Introduction with class: If you are looking away to start designing your own and unique designs, then this class is definitely right. For you. In this class, you're going to learn all things that you need to start working comfortably in Photoshop. First, we are going to cover some basics of Photoshop tools that are necessary. And trust me, it will be easy. You'll love Photoshop. After this class. After that, we are going to learn easy methods to create amazing work. We will create four different designs from scratch and you see an results. You will be able at the end of this class to do something like this. So after we learn tools and after we go over and apply what we learn on projects, later on, you will be on your own. But keep in mind that you can ask or discussed about your work with me anytime. So I will be here for you at any moment. So I really hope this class will be helpful to everyone out there. Good luck, and I hope to see you inside the disk class. Bye. 2. Learn Photoshop Basics in 30 Minutes: Hi guys. I hope you're doing well. In this video, I will introduce you read Photoshop. So basically in this video I will show you every tool that we are going to use during this course. So I'm not going to cover all tools that Photoshop God, but we will cover only the most important tools and the tools that we are going to use for our work. So let's start this. You guys can see this is the starting screen of Photoshop and I use version 2020. So when we go to File and we create new, this is the window that will open. So basically what's important up here to know is when you want to print something, for example, we want, our shirt will be printed. So we need to set from up here resolution to this is density pixels per inch. So I will go with 300. But if we want to create some image for a web, for our web-page and the similar stuff, our word, logo and stuff like that. The stuff that are not going to be printed. So there will only show up on, in a digital form. So if we want to print something physical form, set 300 pixels per inch. If we want to see it on a digital form, only, that set, only 72 pixels per inch. So basically that's it we will cover, I will discuss about this later and we will talk more about that in, on that topic. So basically, I will go with my shirts with this resolution. So from up here we can choose orientation. Do we want pixels, inches, centimeters, or some other points? Anyway, let's go just with this, hit Create, and that's it. We will have our document ready. So basically from up here guys are our tools and up here is our layer. So I can go just drag and set up whatever I like to. So basically this is the interface I like and I prepare. So if you have anything, you can arrange by your own or you can go from, or you can go from up here and choose some of those 3D, graphic, motion, painting, or photography. It doesn't matter, or you can create your own custom. So that's it. The most important is this, these layers and we were, and we will go over this area a lot during our work. And let's, let's start with our tools. So basically first tool is moved to and let me just go create a new layer and for my peer recreate new layers. So let's just go create something like this. I will fill it. It doesn't matter. You don't need to follow this step. Just wanted to show you how you can move your objects. So basically, what I'm doing currently is I'm only moving my layer one just like that. And we can go and duplicate that layer. You will see in a second. So there is couple of things you need to know about Move tool anyway. First thing is this. You see, this is outer select checked. But if I go and uncheck this one, you see this is layer 1. This is that layer from up here. We can go close it or open it. And now if I want to move layer one copy, that's this layer. I will go and motor just like that. And now if I want to go over this area, you see I still moving my layer one copy. But let's go try without a select. You see it's still this layer active, but when I go click once up here, I will drag this one. So this is important to know. I would suggest you, if you are a beginner and you don't really know what to do, make sure this auto select is checked. You see, this is the main difference. You see this is layer one copy to and with my auto select, it will automatically move to my layer that I'm currently over with. My mouse and FI go and unselect this one. Let's go back to layer one. Copy to this is this layer. And if I go over this area, it will still move my layer one copy two. So this is really important to know. It will help you alot. Next tool that we are going to use is rectangular marquee tool. It will basically create the selection. And now I can fill this selection with my brush or I can paint with my gradient or fill it with some. Color like from up here with Paint Bucket Tool, we can choose a color and this is the color that we are going to fill with. And you see, I just click once. And now what I did, I created. Let me go and select this. You see, those two are in one layer, so we don't want to work like this. We want to go in a separate layers. It will go couple of steps back. And now when I want to create something new, I will make sure I create a new layer. And now I can fill that with my paint bucket tool Control D to de-select. Now aching, go grab my move tool and arrange it however I like to. So this is a, this is how we do with Rectangular Marquee Tool. The same thing is with the Elliptical Marquee. I don't want to lose a lot of time here, guys, to showing you everything about Photoshop. Basically from up here we got options panel and we can create, you can get a lot of different options with each tool. So from up here, we'll, we got less suitable Polygonal Lasso Tool and magnetic to magnetic lasso tool anyway, is also selection tool we just create. This is with our free hand and it will create selection. And if I press Shift, it will bring more into our selection. Upon release on my mouse, it will expand that selection. But if I press Alt or Option key, if you're using Mac, it will reduce stuff from your selection. Just like this, we can do the same thing with elliptical or Rectangular Marquee Tool. Let's just say I want the rectangular marquee tool. And let's just say I want to remove this area from my selection just like that. And I want to add some elliptical from up here. I will hold shift all the time and I will expand my selection. I can go create a new layer, pick my brush tool, and from up here, I can go left or right bracket key to increase or decrease the size of my brush, just like that. And the color of my brush will be the scholar, this foreground color, and this is the background color. So basically, if I want to go with some green, I will go just like that up here, the color and I will see, you see guys, it only affect things that's inside my selection. And that's it. So Control D to de-select. And now this is also important to learn how to arrange layers in Photoshop. So this is layer three. It has priority because this is on the top. But now when I want, if I want to go and move my layer two, I want, let just say I want my red, red layer to be above this green thing. And you see I'm moving up here, but it's still behind it. And if I go from up here at the Layers panel and just with my just by holding, I will go when I see this blue stuff, I will just release. And you see now this is my layer on the top, the red one is on the top, so this will stay behind. Anyway, I don't like this green just go over it, right-click and you just go delete layer or simply press Delete on your keyboard. Anyway, let's continue. We don't need crop tool for our work here. We're also don't need Spot Healing Brush and healing brush. We will need Brush Tool and we will need Borussia a lot, I think. And from up here, we can choose a size of our brush. Just like that. We can go from up here to increase or decrease the size of our brush. And let me just go close to those layers. So you can see better what I'm doing. And let just say Guys, I want hardness to 100 and I want size 81. So I will create a new layer and I will just bring my brush a little bit larger. So this is what will I get if I go with my hand and with hardness 100? And let's go decrease hardness to 0 to see the difference here, see what effect we are getting when our hardness is to 0. Anyway. If I want smoother edges, you see this is really rough. I will go and increase this ledger, say around 50 percent. Now let's go bring back our hardness. And now you see how my edges are more clear. You see there is no rough edges like that because Photoshop. We'll use their algorithms and how to create more precise stuff. Anyway, let's close this one, create a new layer. And from up here, we can choose something like and from up here we choose Symmetry mode. Let's just say I want vertical and I want to increase that. Makes sure to hit okay there. And now let's bring back our brush split. Legislature. I want smaller brush and I want smoothing to around, let just say 70%. Now what I do, it will replace, it will create same stuff. This is like mirror. And it will create same thing on the other side of my of my workspace. So that's it also. That's cool thing to know sometimes. But let just say I want this to 0 and flow, flow and capacities. It's similar, but it's not the same. Anyway, let's go create something with our leg. Just say green. Excuse me, I need to create a new layer. And I go up here at the pads and I want to delete this path and go back to layers. Okay, Let's go back with our brush tool. I will make it larger. So let's go capacity 100. And now this is something that we got and let's create a new layer with capacity around 20 percent. And let's go bring the black color for our foreground color. And now just go with, this is with 20 percent opacity. And let me show you with 100%, it will go over that area. You would know this. So this is 100th and this is 20 percent. So this is difference between those. Anyway, I think you understand how Brush Tool works. Anyway, from up here you can create, you can download more brushes. I USE guys, I got from up here some more brushes. Like, let's try with something like this special effect brushes. So let me create a new layer. And you see this is some leaf brush, so this is really cool thing. And you can download from web, like there is, like million free brushes for Photoshop, or you can use stock ones, or you can create your own brush. But for this course we don't need that. Anyway. That's something that we can get for free. You see, let me go create a new layer. This is something that we could use for some of our shirts. And that's it. So we want to use clone stamp tool, barren tool, but we will use eraser tool. And the eraser tool is also, it also work light brush, but it will just your paint with the brush and you will do the same thing but only erase with our array circle. You can go create hardness 100 or decrease it to any percentage you will want. You got the same options, like with the brush tool, but only you will delete things when you using this classic eraser tool. Make sure your brush is large and just delete what you want from your work. So guys, it's also important to stay organized in Photoshop, but we are not currently. This is really messed up work. I just want to show you how you can work in Photoshop anyway. From up here, we got our paint bucket tool. And if I want to, let just say, let's go back to background and I want to paint it in red. Just one click, and there we have it. It will make the whole layer in one solid color. So, but if I want to go with Elliptical Marquee Tool, and let's just say I want some color like this. Again, go back to Paint Bucket Tool click once and control D to deselect. And there we have it. But what I did, I did something that I shouldn't do because I paint all of that in one layer. So if I want to go with my Move tool, I cannot do that because those two are in one layer. All I can do is move them together. This is working destructively in Photoshop. What would I suggest you go Control Z couple of steps back. And when we got our selection already, make sure to create a new layer. Go back to our bin bucket tool. Just fill that area control D to de-select. And now let's go back with our Move tool and we can move our, You'll see those purple things. This is smart guides showing us what's the best position and trying to fit that circle in some position. So this is really useful thing in Photoshop. You will find yourself using it a lot. Anyway. That's it about that. It's also important to know how to let just say I want to increase the size of this specific thing, this layer, layer that just hit Control T to gather and make sure you make it larger or you can get it smaller. This is free transform option. He Panther when you're satisfied and that's it. So that's about those. And the gradient tool, it's also really important. You will find yourself using it a lot if you want, if you're planning to create shirts in Photoshop. So from up here, as you guys can see, I got a lot of different things, but let's just say I want to use this gradient. And from up here, this gradient to use five different colors, five different colors and color in those areas are really different and it will go from this to this. But in the middle, we got some more. So I can move this. You'll see the effect I'm getting. Let just say I'm satisfied with this one hit, okay, and now how this tool works. So it also work like the previous one, like the paint bucket tool. If I don't select it, if I don't make selection like I did with the previous one, it will fill the whole area. Let's go back to our gradient tool, and this is the gradient that we are going to get. So if I go from this area upon release, it will create gradient inside my selection. And that's it. So let's go back, step back, control the, and now let's go to see what we are going to get up if I release. So it felt fit as I said, the whole area so we don't need that. Let's go back. And from up here we can change some radial gradient, angle gradient, reflected gradient, and diamond gradient. So let's go try this out. As you guys can see, this is the effect that we are going to get if we using that option. So we can also change the blend mode capacity and even reverse it and stuff like that. So you need the experiment with those. You'll see from up here. This is something new that came with new version of Photoshop. So this is really, really useful. I find myself using this a lot, so it says a lot of times. So in a previous version we didn't got something like this. So this really helps me out because sometimes I'm like, I don't know which color to pick for something for some gradient. And I came here and those scholars look amazing. So I'm satisfied how this looks and it really helps. So it's really up to you which one you like for your designs. So 18, we got this, right. This is it. So this is about gradient. And one more thing, if I go double-click up here, I can go and change any color I like. And you see automatically how that gradient change. And we can go and create a new gradient from up here. And we can call it whatever we like, just hit New and it will be up here. Let's just say this. And now we got our gradient. It will save this one for our later work. So let's try it out. This is really messed up. Anyway. That's how you can work with gradients. So that's it. We want to use these tools for our work. On shirts, parentals, mental, it's really useful, but it's only for advanced users. I want suggested for beginners in Photoshop. So I will try to stay away from the pen tool in Photoshop, It's tricky sometimes, but when you find the way how to work with this tool, it's really helpful. What we are going to use a lot is this dipole from up here. Let me close this one, create a new layer. And this is, this is the color of our font. And let's go with white color. So I will just type example. And control. Make sure to select your text and increase the size of it. You can go by just clicking up here and drag it up like this. And it will make your font larger or you can go and type up here any dimensions you want once you are satisfied with it, Okay, Bring your Move Tool and arrange it wherever you like. So I'll go up here at the characters. If you don't see this, this stack, you just go from window find character, and it will bring something like this. And you just go arrange it in your workspace. And that's it. So from ocher here, if we want to add it to this, we need to select it. So make sure if you have your moved to LA activated and you want to select this one, you, you can't, you need to go up here or press T on your keyboard and just click somewhere in between those two. You will see when you try it by your own control eye and make sure you've selected. And now I can go from up here and change the font to any font I have. So what I like to go and do, I, when I download some font or by some font, I like to make it my favorites. And from up here are my favorites fund the time currently using. And if I want to see all the fonts, I can go and just over those area. If I want to get this Bauhaus 93 inside my favorite ones, I will just press up here at this star and it will show up here. So it's up here. So this is how you can get something in your favorite fonts. So that's it. And we can arrange that from up here. We can go and add warp text. We can add some effect like this, increase the size or decrease or horizontal or vertical. So it really depends what your one reach your design. You can create cool effects in Photoshop. Let just say we want something like this, okay? K, and this is what we want. And now what's really important and what you will find yourself, Self using a lot when you're creating shirts in Photoshop is up here. These blending options. So just go on on a font, on a layer that you want to add it, right-click on it and go to Blending Options. And you will get this window m from up here. You will see when I go over some, when I go over something, it will, you will see automatically how my font change. For example, if I want to add, this, can increase the size. You see how we got this effect. And let's just increase the size a little bit. So we can add texture. This is cool and we can add a stroke. So if I want to change the color of my stroke, I can just go from up here. Let's just say I want some black one for my peer. We choose a size of our font and we can have, we can choose a capacity also, do we want 100 or we want something like this? Let's just say I want something like this. And from up here, we can add inner shadow to our layer. You see how those areas getting larger and we can increase that. So this looks nice. We can add inner glow, but we can go call color overlay and change something like two, some color like this or something like this. It's really what you find yourself. The light. We can go even from up here, choose Gradient Overlay. Let's go close this one. And from up here we can choose any gradient. This is some gradients that I use. A couple of my previous works. Let just say we want this or something like this. Okay? And this is how you work with this layer styles or, or blending options. So from up here we can add drop shadow and increase the distance or decrease it anyway, guys, I don't want go over those too much. And and let's just hit, Okay. What's also important? We can, from up here, close some of those effects. For example, I don't like my stroke right now. I can just go close it. And that's it. Or inner shadow. I can close that also. Or drop shadow. Just by clicking, once we can go and change, this red color is really hurting my eyes. So I want to change that, just give me a second. And that's it. So this is our work. And those are basic things that we need to know about Photoshop, about our work. We will discuss more about this later through the course, but this is some, some things that you need to know if you want to work in Photoshop, I just run over all the tools. So it's if you've never been using Photoshop, this is maybe too much information for you. But don't feel, but don't be scared. It's really easy to work in this program and I will make sure you understand that. And I will go through my tutorials really slow and I will give my best to show you the easiest way possible. And one more thing that I want to show you is from up here, Let's go to Edit and Preferences, and let's go to general. So from up here we can go and change couple of things. For example, color theme, I think default one is this one. Maybe some people will like to work with white or this gray color. I like to work with darker colors because I'm using my glasses and the when I got this blue, when I when I see this white color, there's too much light coming into my eyes and it's really painful for me. So I like to work with darker colors so those are relaxing. So a lot of designers will tell you that. Call our team or you will see a lot of tutorials, like 99 percent people using darker colors because it's easier for an EIS for our eyes. Just imagine you're working in Photoshop for 56 or even more hour spurt day and you've got this like all the time. This is really trustful. So make sure to go with darker theme, just giving, it's really up to you. So from up here, workspace, this is really some, some regular thing. And anyway, what I wanted to go and show you from up here, you can go if you want to let your Photoshop work a little bit faster, you need to go and do something like this. I think it's around 60 or even 50 percent Photoshop allow to use your memory, your RAM. So just going crazy for a couple of percentage and Photoshop will have much more space for, for DOS, data, things and stuff like that. And from up here, history states, I think in the fault was 40 or even 50. So I don't know anyone who want to go 50 steps to make a change. So this will basically only remembered the last 15 steps. So if you want to go and change something, if you want to use Control Z to go, undo some things at the lonely, remember the last 15 steps you made or you can increase this formula. I don't know. If you need 100, you can go with 100 steps, but that's not something that you need and your, and it will use a lot of more information and program can be laggy sometimes, so make sure around ten to 15, even 20 is enough. So that's what I wanted to show you in this video. Guys, that's everything for me in this video. If you have any questions, let me know. This is really like half an hour tutorial, but I needed to explain some basic things about Photoshop because we will need this through the course. You will need to know some basic things. Please, if you have any questions, if you need help alleviate some of your designs with anything in Photoshop, let me please know that and I will gladly help you out. So see you in the next video. Thank you for watching. 3. Shortcuts: In this video, I want to introduce you with the shortcuts that we are going to use for this class. So, so I won't bother you with complex things and the complex shortcuts or stuff like that, I will just go use coupled different ones. So, but if you want to follow me and know what I'm talking about, you need to know what to do. So for example, let me just go and grab. And he told, for example, I want to create something like this, okay? Now, for example, let's just go change color of this one into a rat. Now when I tell you, Let's go and duplicate this red circle. So what I need to do is I will just go from up here and make sure this is the red one and just hit Control J. It will automatically duplicate this layer. So I will do the same thing, and I will do the same thing for ellipse one, and I will go and create two copies of it now and I tell you, Let's move this layer, for example, this one. And now when I tell you what, Let's Move red layer up here, red circles. So you see my current layer, my current tool activated is move tool. So if you are using, for example, typed all annual one to change right into your Move Tool and you don't need to come every time to click on it. So you can go from tools to a Move tool in a split of second. Just hit between WE and T. T is a shortcut for title and we IS form of toll. So now let's go move this black one. So we learned two things for now. One is moved all by pressing V on our keyboard. Another thing is Control J to duplicate layer. So Control J will duplicate layers. Or if you find that heart for some reason, I don't know. You can just go right-click on your current layer and just go duplicate layer, name it, whatever you like it. Okay, and that's it. Rate. Another thing that I will use probably through this class is if I need to duplicate some layer, for example, like this layer. And I don't want to go from up here to find which layer is this. I would just want to go by hitting my Alt key or Option key on your, if you're using Mac, you see how double arrows shows up each time I impress and holding Alt key. So now what will this do? Fi just hold Alt key all the time. And now with my mouse cursor, if I go and move this one, it will create another copy of that layer. Let's go create, let's go move. Now, let's go and create a copy of this one. So I don't need to go from UCI. This is really messed up now. And I don't know current position of this one until I click up here. So I don't want to lose time each time going to first to activate that layer, then copy that layer. I just will go press Alt and hold and just drag it out and create a copy of that current layer or the, or think. So, I hope this is clear. Now, let's go and learn how to select layers in Photoshop. If I go, and for example, let's just go and move all the black layers into one group and all the red ones into another group. And how to select those layers. If I select and hold my Control key or Option key, if you're using Mac, you see when I select them, it will automatically highlight them. Now I will just go hit Control J to create a group. Now, all the layers that we selected, our inside our group. So I can go close that group and call them black. Great. Just double-click up here and we can go and rename this. And now do the same thing for the red ones and Control J and Control G to go and create them into group. Another useful shortcut that we are going to use also very often is Control Z to undo. So you see a sign pressing, it will automatically go, step backwards and our layers will go and the first place. So another way to select the layers is if I hold Shift, it will select from first layer to the last layer that I select. It will select Automatically everything in between. So it doesn't matter. You see, if I click from up here and the last thing that I select is here, and it will select Automatically everything in between. So this is another cool thing to know, Control G to group 1. Let's go select them. Control G, group to black and red. That's it. So those are things that you must know if you want to follow me without any trouble. Okay? And now another thing that we are going to use very often is Control T. So when I say hit Control T, and we can go now and increase or decrease the size of this layer and stuff like that. So this is the shortcut that we are going to use very often. And that's it. About shortcuts. We need to know about T. When I say press T, it will automatically bring your type tool and you can just click once, go type whatever you want, and now Control I to select everything in your current layer. When we typing Control I will select everything. So that's it. When I go and click once control, I will select everything. And now I can just go delete and start typing something new. Okay, Control, I select everything, delete. That's it. Another thing that we are going to use when I say, Let's go. For example, let's just say create a new layer and fill it with blue color. How to do that? And I create a new layer from up here, just click on the plus, and now just go hit G on your keyboard. And from up here we have gradient paint bucket tool and 3D material job toll. So we want use this one. We will stay with paint bucket tool or gradient dollars. So make sure your paint bucket tool is activated and this is the foreground and the background color. So when I go and so when I go and use this, for example, Paint Bucket tool, if I select this layer one, hit G, it will automatically fill this one with the black color. Black, because black is my foreground color. And I said, I need some low color. For example, I will go with this blue color. Now, I will just go one step back and just one-click. And that's it. If you asking why we don't see anything. That's because our layer one is at the top. So this is on the top. And let's go move it below this red group. Now you see we have red group on the top. And this layer one is below that. So priorities are red circles. And for example, if I move this layer one inside this red group, but you see ellipse one is below my low layer and we don't see a lip stone. A final this ellipse though, up here. We will see that again. Now, layer one is inside our red group FY21 to move it, just it, just click and move it until you see something like this. And now it's out of that group. And the same thing will go if I go below this black one, and that's it. So those are some basic things that you need to know to fall off me doing stuff like this. I hope this is nothing hard for you. If you have any questions, let me know. Those are the main shortcuts that we are going to use during this class. So thank you for watching and see you in the next video. 4. Prepare Document For Shirt : Hi guys and welcome. In this video, I will teach you how to prepare your document for print. So basically, our design is going to be printed and that's why we need to know the, I usually go with my designs like this, with this resolution. And from up here, we can change a name of our document. I can go with the shirt number 1. And later, my shirt will be saved as a T-shirt one. So orientation you can change that. It's really up to you. Resolution you pick. But what's the trick up here? This is the most important thing when you're creating your shirt, when you're preparing your document. So because we are going to print this, we need higher resolution pixels per inch. So basically the higher resolution is, the better our work will look like. Larger resolution, the larger files will be. So guys, usually, if we want to go for web, we go with resolution of 72 pixels per inch. But when it comes to print, we want to go around 300 because our result, we'll be much better. And for your background, it really depends which color of your shirt it's going to be. So I usually go with black color for my background because I usually design shirts that's going to be printed on a darker color shirt. So it really depends on the work that you are going to put out there and just hit create. And when you do that, your document will look something like this. And from up here, you can go Control R or to add your rulers or to remove them. So if you need something like this to put it on a middle of your design. And you can just go and bring them up. It's really up to you how you like to work. You can add as many of those. It really depends on which kind of designs you are going to create. So we'll move tool. You can just go up here and remove them or you can add as much as you want. So guys, that's it for me in this video. Just remember, when you're creating your files, go to File New, choose a resolution that you wish for. And the important thing is just here, 300, and that's it. And the choose color of your background that you want to work with. So that's it for me in this video. 5. Streetwear Design 1: All we have to work with in this video is this image. Everything else we are going to create. So let's get started. If you have any trouble with your background, if your background is white or something else, don't worry, just go pick your paint bucket tool, make sure your foreground color is black and just fill it. So that's it. Because we need black background because all our designs will go on a black t-shirt, hoodie or some other stuff that we are going to sell. And that's it. So let's go right-click on your image and go rasterized layer. Now, let's go to Filter and go Filter Gallery. So I will go with something like this. Let's go inside Sketch and five halftone pattern. So from up here we got circle and we got lines in. This is a really nice looking and we have dot. I will go with dot, and I will go up here. Let's go basically, all we do right now is blaming with those sliders. So until we find something that we are okay with, we can go and use that. For example, I will go something between 35 and 25. So let's see with 25 how it looks and let's go with 35. We need to go aggressive with this design. And I will go with 30 and size. Let's go see size with one. Not bad, but we want some dots up here. So we want bigger dots. So like six or seven. With seven will lose too much details around here. So I'll go back to 6. Much better hit, Okay, and that's it. If I zoom in, Yeah, this is the effect I needed. Great. Now let's go to Filter and go to news, add noise. And from up here we can also play with this slider, but I wouldn't go more than 10 to 15 percent. So let's go around here. He told k rate zoom out a little bit. Control Plus to zoom in, control minus to zoom out. So that's it. Make sure your model is selected Control T, and decrease the size of it and move it to our left side. Just like that Control Zero to fit the screen. And my next move will be Gu, right-click on it, go to Blending Options and add stroke. I will add size 10 outside blend mode, normal capacity to 100. It okay, great. Next move. Let's go to rectangle tool and make sure not filled with any color. Add a stroke ten pixels because thickness of this area and thickness of our squares need to be the same. So I'll go with something like this. Okay? And this is the trickiest part in this thing. So let's just align them. Great. Let me close this one. Go back to layers Control J to duplicate this square. Now with my Move Tool selected, all I need to do is make sure those two are aligned and moved. Great. I will go merge those shapes. If I do that before I rasterize, I lose this spacing between. So let's go rasterize layer first, then merge them. One more time, copy. And all, all this time I have my Move Tool selected and with my arrow keys, I will move this layer below or the up here. Great. Now, that's it. I will select those two again and merge layers. So I can go and do this faster. Again, Control J to duplicate this layer or you can go right up here. Duplicate layer results will be the same. Make sure your last layer is selected and your move tool activated and just with your arrow keys, move this below. Great. I think I need to do this one or twice more. Let's go Control J. Move it. And I need to do it one more time. So sorry about this. I think this is really not that heart rate. Now, make sure you selected all of those layers. Right-click on them. Merge layers. We have a problem. If you guys can see spacing is not really up here. I need to make this just a little bit larger. So I'll go Control T and I will bring it. Great. Move it. Okay, this is something that we need. Great. Now from up here, I will type injustice. So let's go type injustice. I need some aggressive red color, something like this. K maybe increase the size to around 500 pixels and type in justice. That's it. If you don't have this font, it's free for commercial use. Go on Google type and on fonts, free for commercial use and you can find it and download. Okay. Now when I type this and make sure your injustice layer is selected, Control T and rotate this one for 90 degrees. If you are not sure. When you are 90 degrees and just go up here and type 90. Now, I'm 100 percent sure it's 90 degrees up here. Rate. I'll select this one and make it just a little bit. And increase the size. Let's go try 600. This is too much. Let's go 550. This is much better. And I'll increase the size to fit it just like that. Great. Now, let's go continue. Our next move will be we need go on Google and find human rights definitions. So let's go to Google and find human right definition. Here it is, human right definition, Control. C to copy. And let's go back to Photoshop. Now when we pasted that definition, go to your horizontal type tool and just holding your mouse and stuff like this. Upon release, you will see what happens. So everything I type will be inside this selected area. So we need to go with smaller fonts. You will see it only fit one word for now, so Control I, and then let's decrease the size of our font. This is really small, so let's go around 80 pixels. We can go just a bit more. I think. Something like this is okay. Let's try 95 or 100 pixels. No, Let's go 85. I need this in a tree row. Great. And if you don't want this color or this font, Let's go make it white. Great. And I want some cause some font like this. I wanted just a little bit semi bolt. And that's it. I will increase the size for a bit. And that's it. Let me align this first. A, do all the things almost with my Move tool. So Control T, Let's increase the size to this area. So that's it. Great, We have our definition and we are almost done. So we need to go and let me close this one. Let's go to rectangle one copy 5 and make one more copy of it. And when the latest copy selected Control T and rotate for 90 degrees. And we can move that up here. Rate, we can go and do some different things with this one. For example, we can go and fill it with with white color. For now. I need to make new selection. Control the de-select, make sure your rectangle marquee tool is selected and don't bring anything outside this selection rate. Just I want the fill, create a new layer and fill it with white color. Control the D select, merge those two layers, and that's it. And next thing that I need to do is something like this. I'll fill those with black color, create a new layer, Control G, and fill this area control D to de-select. Now just bring this up here. So I'll go and stuff like this. And a fine holding Option or Alt key on your Windows. You will see it will automatically, when you see this double arrow, it will automatically duplicate the current layer that you have selected and I will just drag them out. Just like this. You see, it's nothing hard. Just give me a minute until I come to the end of this area. Great. Now you see we have a lot of layers up here. So I'll select them all and merge those layers. And we can go now and those something like this by holding your control, we can go and move this up here. Great, and we are almost done. One more thing I want to go and do is you will see in a second, let me just create the same size. That's it. Now, I want to expand it a little bit. Okay, this is my selection. Zoom out a little bit and create a new layer. Now when we have selection, I want to fill it with the same red color like this. So to do that, I'll go up here, click once and with my job. And with my color picker, I will just click once on this red color and hit Okay, Bring your paint bucket tool. Click once, Control D to de-select and more of it. And that's it. So let's go just increase the size of it. I want this. Let me just show you why I'm doing this. So I want spacing, UC spacing is right there that everything aligned. It's, it's really important you see that aligned. And now I want to do this thing up here. And that's it. You see guys, everything is aligned except this up here. So to do that, I need to increase this thing here. So I will go Control T, and now by holding Shift, it will only increase one size art. So let me zoom out, zoom in to see his OK. Now it's okay, Great. And I need to type one more thing. I need to type up here, a 100 percent human rights, and we are done with this design. I think it looks really nice. So let's go start whether it will go with some font like this. And I will type a 100 percent with white color. A 100 percent increase, a size to a 100 pixels, maybe a bit more, 300. Just a little bit more. 350. Maybe this is too much. No, it's not. And this looks nice. Rate. And below that, I will type Human Rights. Great. And to be really precise with this, I'll go, this is my layer and I'll go select human and right, and this layer and make sure everything is aligned up here. So human is, now let's go select only human and make it just a bit more down there. And we can go select this human thing. And from up here, Let's go make it bold. Something like this. Great to stand out, just a bit more like that. And that's it guys. So this is our design for street wear brand. I will add this in one group, so that's it. And if I want to increase the size of my whole group, it'll just go Control T and increase the size of my design. Just like that. So now we can go and move all those smart guides once when we are finished, the sea, how our design looks, to be really precise and to be sure that spacing between everything is okay, I will go select my group one and my background. So I will go and from up here, I will type, move it to the middle and also do it up here. So now I'm, when I upload this design, I'm 100 percent sure that this design will look amazing on Annie product. So guys, I hope you learn something from this video. It's really long and maybe complex video for beginners, but I hope it's not that much. If you have any questions or something, it's not okay for you in this video, let me know. I will explain you the best ICANN and that's it. See you in the next video. Thank you for watching. 6. Streetwear Design 2: In this video, we are going to create another cool design. So let's start. So we are going to start by using ellipsoidal. I will use fill with white color without any strokes for now. So, and I will go create some, some shape, something like this. It being this will go wow. Okay, upon release, there it is. I will apply it logos this properties and that's it. Simple is that ended? Now, we'll go and open this image. You will see this image in your files. Now let's go hold Alt or Option key if you're using Mac and up until you see something like this, some arrow that goes down. So once you see that, just click on that. And we just created a clipping mask. And now I can move this image inside this shape so that the effect I want it for now. And what I need to do, I need to go and duplicate two of those more, and I will do and move them just like this. Okay. And the last one, Let's go and move it right here. Okay? And I will move this image to our first one. So let me show you how to do that. So ellipse one needs to be priority, so I will place it right on the top. So the next one, middle one. And we'll just go duplicate this image. You can go buy two ways, Control J or right-click and then go duplicate layer. So it's easier to work with shortcuts. The more you spend time in Photoshop, the more shortcuts you will use. So do the same thing, or if you don't see the 0 or you having trouble doing that right-click and create clipping mask and you will get the same results. So don't worry about that. Ledger. Say this is the effect by need and one more time, Control J and move it to the bottom and do the same thing, create clipping mask. And we can go and move this image to something like that. Great. And now what I need to do is I need to go up here at the ellipse one copy and go to blending options and add a stroke. So I will add some stroke you see around. This is really small, so let's go increase this. Let's go by 15. That's 18 or 12. Let's go, let's go by 20. Okay, I'm satisfied with 20. And I can go right-click Copy Layer Style, paste layer style, and the same for the last one. So this will save you some time. Now we can go and maybe move this ellipse one just a little bit. Great. And the same thing for this one. And I think this looks really nice. And now we are going to use words determined. So let's tie that out. Great. Let me increase the size of that. Something by that is okay. Maybe bold. And that's it. Great. Now, a neat to add. Something like this. Okay, Let's just say I'm satisfied with this for now. Let's just decrease the spacing between those letters by 20, and that's it. So now what we need to do is let's go up here, this layer and right-click on it than go. Convert to Smart Object now Control T. And by holding Alt, I will get some facts like this, something like this. And I will increase on the other side. And don't forget to hold all the time the Control key. Okay, I think something like this is enough. Great. Now what we need to do is we need to go and duplicate those. So let's go move this copy. Control T. We need to rotate this one a little bit. Let me zoom in so it would be easier to work with. Okay. Let's go create a couple more and just rotate that until you get the same spacing between those two. K. That's something that I'm satisfied with. Let's go create two more and that's it. So this is really nothing hard to do. It. Just take a couple minutes to do the repeat those steps. And once you've done that, you are ready to go and designs will look really call and catchy. K. Let me zoom out a little bit more. And let's go one more. Or I think is, I think it's enough. Great. But now what we need to do is let me just find the top one. So this is my thought. I will call it top layer. Great. And with everything else, I need to go capacity to 0. And now let me show you one cool trick. So I will go to Blending Options. Let's go from up here, capacity opacity to 0 and add a stroke. And we will add a stroke outside so we can go and decrease a little bit. So let's go with 15 or something like that. Or we can go from center. Let's go from center and increase. Let's just say 20. Great. And now I can go and do copy layer style and just a layer style with the other ones. So, but this doesn't look nice. Spacing between those two is not okay. Something that I'm okay with. So I will go and do that and let me go fix this in a second. So we will go with insight, or we can go outside. Let's go inside and decrease the 10 pixels rate. This is not something also. So let's go from the center. This looks much better. Okay, this is it. Now. Copy layer style and now base layer style, paste layer style. Great. And last one, I want to keep that in that way. So let's go select those two and Control G to create a group. Let's call this group taxed rate and move this text right Bill on the top of the background, so below everything else. So everything else is up here. It has priorities. So this will go below those layers. You will see in a second what I mean by that. And we'll go Control T and increase a little bit. So you see what I'm talking about? We can go something like this. Great. This is really nice. And now let me just go from up here and type. Great. Now I want to select this and my background, bring my move tool and align that on a middle so we can do the same thing with text. Select background and text, and go right here on the middle. So now I'm 100 percent sure this is right in the center. And below that, we can go and add some definition about Thurman. So let's go check that out. This is this is that ignition will decrease the size of it By can go auto. Let me decrease the size. Let's go with 75. This is really small. So I need to get this spacing, something like that. Great. Now I can increase the size. And that's it. So I remove the spacing between those letters and I need to make them closer because this is too much for me. Something like this will look better. Okay. And that's it. This is right in the middle and we can go buy something like we can go grab some some of the handwriting font. For example, we can go with this one and we can add some signature about our brand. So let's just say I will type our brand. This is now the font that I wanted for the handwriting. Let me type that again. Our brand. Great. With some color like this. Hey, now when we have that, can go move it. Something like that. Or we can go try. And the top of that to see how it looks. It's really nice and that's it. So later on we can add a couple more things. Maybe change the color of this one because there is no combination for it. Let's go with some red, yellow, red looks much better, and that's it. So our red color looks much better. And I'm satisfied how this turned out. So maybe we can go and change this also to this red color. So let's see how it will look. I want to stay white for now, and that's it. And this is another way to create cool design in Photoshop for our street wear brand. So I hope you'll like it and that you will learn something new. Thank you for watching and see you in the next video. Bye. 7. Streetwear Design 3: In this video, we are going to create another cool design using simple techniques in Photoshop. So let's get started. As you guys can see from up here, we have two images to work with in this, for this design. So let's start. Make sure you're enrolled in. Layer is selected. And I need to make sure this color is white. Or I can go with something like something similar because this bluish or greenish color is not something that time. Okay. With. Because of those areas, you will see in a second, we need to remove all those white areas. So let's start. All we need to do is go to Select then color range. Now, you see from up here how much fuzziness I will, I can allow to this design. So let's go with something like this. If you don't see your design and just make sure to take a sample of the color that you want to be selected. Then hit Okay, now we have our selection. We need to go and create a new layer. Make sure your new layer is selected and go. Pick white color for our foreground color. So once I'm sure my foreground color is white, I will pick being bucket tool. Make sure your layer one is selected. And now I'll just click once and it will automatically fill this selected area with white color. So Control D to deselect. We don't see results yet. So let me close this rolled ink. So still nothing. But now, let me go and pick my paint bucket tool and now fill my background with black color. So that's it. Now we have our layer one selected. Great. And now I'll bring my George Washington Bridge image up here. One more thing before I continue, I need to go Control T and rotate these 14 90 degrees. So I will just go rotate this one and make sure it fit this area that we have to work with. Okay, upon release, that's it. Now all I need to do is hold my alt key to create clipping mask. So one-click and that's it. Now let me just place this image up here. Great. I need to increase the size of it just a little bit. And that's it. We can go, for example, grab our Hue saturation and play with colors, for example, can go desaturated to get this effect. I think this looks even better. So I think this looks nice. Let's see, before and after. This is nice for me. And now all I need to do is for example, from up here I need to type something like New York City or something similar. So let's go with New York City. So grab your type tool and I will go with some with some yellow color, something like this. Okay. And let's just type below that sitting. And now let's find some cool fonts for this Great New York City. I need to change a font of this one to something like this rate. We can go increase the size of it. For example, let's go with something like this. And poor city even larger. This is nice. And now I can go right-click on it, go to blending options. And let's add the stroke width. Black color. Okay. I will go position outside and I will increase to around something like 25 or let's go with 30. Okay, this is nice and let's go bring this city a bit more up here. Great. Maybe increase the size of New York just a little bit. For example, 750 pixels. Now makes sure to select New York City. And let's select our background to make sure let's go grab our move tool and align them on a metal. Great. Great. Now we can go and add duck tape for example. Let's go bring this image up and how we can go and remove those areas. For example, I will just go from up here. Quick Selection tool, make sure to select this control J. And we have this without background in a new layer. So I will Control T, make it smaller, maybe even rotate to get something like this. Okay. I need to make sure this is smaller for just a little bit, so my duct tape looks more natural to stand there. I need to get a smaller. Okay, and now let's go create a copy of this one, Control J and just bring it up here. Control T, Rotate, Flip Horizontal, Flip Vertical. To get something like this. Maybe rotate it just a bit. So that's it. And now we can go and play with this New York, maybe even more. For example, we can go convert this to a smart object and go play with filters. For example, we can go to filter gallery and use some random filter. We can go with this one with dots. Let's go check out how lines will work out. Let's try this one. Hit. Okay? And now this is our new effect. We can go to Blending Options and add a stroke, for example, this is how it will look with black one. Or we can go and add yellow. I think it looks much better with black stroke, Okay. And hit Okay one more time, and that's it. So now all I need to do is make sure to select everything, control J, add it into a group, and now select that group and our background and make sure it's aligned on a metal. And this is our designs. So I think this is really nice-looking design with simple techniques. Or if you don't like this dot debut can just go close those two layers. And this is our design. So I hope you'll learn something new from this video. If you have any questions, let me know and see you in the next video. Thank you for watching. 8. Streetwear Design 4: Here we are in a new video. So let's create another cool design for our brands. So as you guys can see from up here, we've got two people and one of them holding cigar. So we are going to create design that says bad habits or something like that. And we are going to add some extra touches to, to make sure that our design will be noticeable on a black t-shirt or hoodie or stuff like that. So let's start. As you guys can see from up here, I got my image, I will make it smaller just a little bit. Okay, Now, let's go to filter, filter gallery. And from up here we got, are this thick, we got brush strokes, we got Distort and we have sketch. So I want go, I wanna go with sketch, and I want to go with halftone pattern. We pattern type lines, so I go to get this smaller. So this is the preview of my design. Let me go maybe increase a bit or decrease. Let's go around 28 is fine. And size maybe I'll increase just a little bit more. We can go with seven. So this is my choice. If you like some other thing, you can go from up here and type line, dot or circle and choose whatever you think looks the best. So right now I'll hit Okay, and that's it. So this is my design for now. Let's go add some more thing. Right-click, then go to Blending Options. And from up here, Let's have fun. I want to add the stroke with some color like this, and I want to copy this color so because I'll use this color later on. Okay. You guys can see it's 20 pixels size. Position outside blend mode is normal opacity 100 K. And now what I want to add, I want to add Inner Glow. So with the color that I just use with some yellow color. So let me move this a bit so we can see how it looks. Maybe I want to decrease the size to around 15 percent. So this is much better for now. And okay, I think that's it for now. Let's go hit, Okay, from up here I want to type bad habits and we'll see how results will look. For this one, I need some font like this. I will type bad habits. And I want to select this one to make sure this is the same yellow color that I used for my previous moves. Okay? Control T. Make sure it's aligned rate. Now I want to select those two and align this on a middle, something like this. It'll move it up here. And now just select my bad habits. I want to place it something like this. Okay? And now let's go duplicate this layer Control J duplicate. And I want to move it something like this. It doesn't even matter for now. Let's go back to this one, okay, Now let's go right-click on it, go to Blending Options and add a stroke width 12 pixels size, outside. Hit, Okay, and that's it. So now let's go up here at the Fill, bring this to a 0. And this is the effect we got. So maybe I need to increase a size of it of my stroke just a little bit. For example, I can go from the center and increase around 20 and hit, Okay. So this looks much better now. Great. And now I want to bring this up here around something like this. So I'll just select those to make sure they are aligned. And that's it. Great. Now let's go select all of them and move them below. Something like this. I will make sure it's on a medal. I will select the background, make sure it's an a medal, and that's it. Ok. And now I'll need my rectangle tool and I will hold Shift until I get this perfect square. Upon release, we will get this color, Let's see, Is the right colors. So I will make sure this is the yellow that I used previously. And now let me zoom in. What I want to do with this. You will see in a second, hold Alt or duplicate your layer. And now one more time, hold Alt or duplicate and move this. Great. Now let me go back. Select those three rectangles and merge them. Merge Shapes. Great, zoom out a little bit. And now I want to go and Rasterize Layer. And again, just drag it up. Make sure it's aligned at and just flip vertical. Okay, Now let's go create a couple more copies for now. Okay, Now let's go create a copy of this one just by holding Alt. I'm dragging this one. I need to do the same thing right here, simple as that. And one more time, I will need to do something like this. Okay? Now I want to merge all of them. Right-click on it, merge layers. And the now guys hit Control T to align this perfectly from up here and up here. Okay? Maybe I'll bring it something like this and that's it from up here. I think I want this one to stand on a white color, for example, to stand out a bit more. This is much better. And couple more things. For example, we can go from up here and type on a Google with Chinese version of bad habits. So let's go on Google and you will see in a second what I'm talking about. So when we go and type Chinese to English, I will type up here bad habits and this is, this is the results, so I will just go copy this one. Let's go back to Photoshop. And now I want to create a new. And let's go at the bottom, find something like this. K Control V. And this is our Chinese version of bad habits. So let's go decrease the size to around 750. For now. Let me control 0 and I0, I1 to move all of this a bit more to the top. So I select everything and with my Move tool, I will move it up here at the top. Just like this. Great. Now I think I need to reduce the spacing between my image and this area to around something like this. Great. And maybe just a bit more up here. Great. And now I want to decrease the size of this one. So Control Zero, control T, excuse me. And let's just say, I want to align it here. And let's add the spacing around 100. And that's it. And the last thing that we can add up here is, for example, your brand name. I will just type your brand name because currently I don't have any. Decrease the size. I want to use other font and spacing between 20, something like this. Great. And what we can go and change about this. We can go add a stroke. For example, we yellow color, the stroke with yellow color. Okay, and from up here at the fill, just reduce fill to 0. That's it may be we can go decrease the size of our stroke, for example 15, and that's it. So this is our third design. Make sure it's everything align and in right way. And that's it. So let me show you. And with my smart guides, everything is perfect. And let me go to the other side. Great. Let's go up here. Excuse me. You see I can move this a bit more at the top. And let me bring another one. I'll move it. Great. And now we can go Control T with our your brand name and hold Shift. It will only move this area at the bottom so it won't go the other way. So he took K Control 0, and now that's it. Now I'm sure this is aligned perfectly. So this is our end result. I hope you'll like it and if you have any questions, let me know. See you in the next video. Bye. 9. Adding designs on mockups: Hi guys. In this video we are going to place our design on a T-shirt mock ups. So I will show you how to do that. And later on, we are going to use those images that we create. Now, we are going to use them for our website, for our shop. So let's start with our work. So as you know from the previous videos, those are designs that we created earlier. So those are some of the designs and how we can apply this on a shirt. So let me show you how to do that. First of all, for example, let's go with this injustice. You see everything we did in some of the previous videos are inside this group. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to Control J, create a copy of this whole group and right-click on it. All I need to do is go and click Merge Group. So now I'll have all of this inside my layers. So I'm going to go Control C to copy, and let's go Control V to paste. And now all we need to do is get this smaller. Something like this. Okay? Let me zoom in a little bit. So C is everything in a place. And basically we can go with something like this. It's up to you do want to increase or get this image a bit smaller, move it to the middle and that's it. So this is first one. So I can go and create a copy of this one, select those two, add them into a group and call it in. Just great. Now we can go close this one. And let's go bring some other design. And now let's go select everything. Control G to create a new group, Control J to create a copy of that group. And now all I need to do is I'm gonna go and hit Merge Group. Great. Now I'm going to go Control C to copy, and let's go find the same control we based. Now, Control T got this designed smaller. Something like this. I will make it larger just in case. So something like this is nice and that's it. They can go create a copy of this one, select those two, add them into a group, call it bad habits. So this is it. Later on we can go and improve the colors of this image. But let's just say we are satisfied with the colors. Let's do the same thing with other design. For example, I want to go and this one into our new model. So I'm gonna go select everything, control G to create a group, control G to create a copy or right-click on your group 1, create duplicate group. And the now again, right-click and hit Merge Group. Okay? Now I can go and do something like this with my move tool. I can just go make sure my copy is selected. Then I can go and drag and drop this designed just like that. So I'm gonna make it smaller. And that's it. So this is, this is our design number three. So we can go and create one more or find one more. Let me just see. Yeah, I think we didn't find this one, so that's it. I will just create a copy of my group, right-click on it and merge group. So now just again the same thing, just drag and drop. I will close this one. And that's it. We can go and do the same thing with the last model. But let's just say I'm satisfied with those two. So here are our designs on a MOOC apps. This is just me placing our designs on a random images. If you want to have professional mock-ups, you, you'll probably need to pay for them. But you will have PSD file already just to place image right on, just to place image, and that's it. So but let's just say we only have to work with those photos and I think the results will look really nice so we can show those designs on our store. So in this video, we placed our designs and images, and later on we can use those images for our shop. So that's it for me in this video. Thank you for watching and see you in the exon, my