Source & Mix: Digital Collage from Vintage Encyclopaedia Illustrations
- 1x (Normal)
Sourcing Images: License and Quality Consideration2:49
Generating Visual Ideas2:57
Organising Project Files1:49
Photoshop Tools for Selection and Cutting8:25
Saving & Sharing2:13
About This Class
Creating collages is a great way of making something unexpected, mixing different things together and creating illustrations with original messages.
I am Evgeniya Righini-Brand, and for me as a graphic designer creating collages is a great and quick method of making complex visuals. In this class I am going to show you how to create visually appealing digital collages from sourced online, free to use vintage encyclopaedia illustrations. I am going to share with you where you can find this kind of images online and go through my own way of creating collages in Photoshop.
If you want to quickly generate some interesting ideas, or you cannot draw or cannot be bothered to spend long time perfecting your own drawings — digital collage from scientific and encyclopaedia illustrations is a great way of making some amazing visuals.
Enrol in this class and make cute or quirky collages for any personal use or take it a step further and sell them online as posters, prints on t-shirts or anything else along the lines!
I cannot wait to see what you can create!
In this class you will learn:
- where and how to source good quality vintage illustrations online free for personal and commercial use;
- how to approach ideas generation for creating collages;
- a number of alternative techniques of selecting and cutting images in Adobe Photoshop, including Magic Wand, Quick Selection, Magnetic Lasso, Select Colour Range, Polygonal Lasso and Pen Tool;
- what tools and adjustments to use to efficiently create visually appealing collages in Adobe Photoshop;
- what to consider when saving work for print and web.
This class is suitable for any skill level and covers all Adobe Photoshop techniques needed in this class.
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We are Dominic & Evgeniya Righini-Brand, a creative couple specialising in graphic design and photography. Our small studio Attitude Creative is run from a cute garden house hidden away in the middle of England.
We have 5 years of university teaching experience each, and we would love to share with you what we are passionate about and what we have learnt from teaching communication design and photography students over the years.
For more information about our graphic design side please visit attitudecreative.co.uk and to see what we are up to day to day check us out on Facebook and Instagram. You can also have a look at our photographic portolio at 1705photography.com.