Pen Tool in Photoshop: How To Create Paths and Precise Selections Premium class

Dawid Tuminski, www.dawidtuminski.com

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19 Videos (55m)
    • Pen Tool in Photoshop :Promo video

      1:23
    • Pen Tool :Introduction to the course

      2:27
    • Pen Tool :Design chalenge

      0:56
    • 1. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Creating Paths and Shapes

      1:46
    • 2. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Common features with Illustrator

      4:41
    • 3. Pen Tool in Photoshop- Common features Continued

      4:43
    • 4. Pen Tool in Photoshop and Illustrator - Differences

      3:56
    • 5. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Freeform Pen Tool

      1:52
    • 6. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Add and remove anchor points

      1:48
    • 7. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Let's sum up what we've just learnt

      2:14
    • 8. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Creating shapes. Adding,removing and converting anchor points

      5:28
    • 9. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Adjusting Paths

      3:35
    • 10. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Quickly manipulate paths

      1:44
    • 11. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Make selections out of shapes

      2:04
    • 12. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Make selections with the Pen Tool

      3:39
    • 13. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Save and load selections

      2:19
    • 14. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Make selections with the Freeform Pen Tool

      6:35
    • 15. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Design challenge resolved

      3:06
    • Thanks for watching

      0:21

About This Class

I really enjoyed this course. I have always been intimidated in using the pen tool but now that Dawid has made it so easy to understand, I am happy to give it lots of tries! A great teacher. He explains things that a beginner can understand. Please keep the courses coming. I want to learn more!

Pen Tool in Photoshop can help you with creating shapes and, especially, making fast and precise selections.

But learning it can be a discouraging and dissapointing process if you don't know how to do it the right way.

If you are one of those students who wanted to learn the Pen Tool in Photoshop, but got discouraged or frustrated with it, take a look at this class.

Inside you will find:

  • all the tips and techniques that will allow you to use the Pen Tool effortlessly
  • the best techniques on how to make precise selections using the Pen Tool and the Freeform Pen Tool
  • most helpful shortcuts to start using the Pen Tool like a real pro designer

But you will get more than that: say goodbye to all your frustrations and disappointment you can often get when watching tutorials that get you nowhere.

So hop on board and join the happy community of students who have already experienced my teaching method: simple, straight to the point and with a smile.

See you inside!

Dawid

PS If you like the class, please submit your review and class project.  It will help other students, just like you interested in topic I teach, in finding my classes. Thanks!

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I really enjoyed this course. I have always been intimidated in using the pen tool but now that Dawid has made it so easy to understand, I am happy to give it lots of tries! A great teacher. He explains things that a beginner can understand. Please keep the courses coming. I want to learn more!

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Dawid Tuminski

www.dawidtuminski.com

I've been using graphical software for many years now and I've recently decided to share my knowledge with others and I always try to do it in a straight-to-the-point kind of way with a touch of entertainment.

To tell you the truth I never thought of taking up a career as a teacher of any kind. In fact, I was always reluctant to agree with people, who always encouraged me to teach, saying: You should be a teacher!

But here I am and I am really enjoying it!

At first I started learning Photoshop. Then it was Illustrator and logo design principles. I kind of stuck with these two programs for a few years to eventually start learning web development through Dreamweaver and Wordpress.

My decision to start teaching was based on the quality of trainings and tutorials I saw and participated in. I thought to myself: Man. I really could do this better!

So here I am now, online on Skillshare and offline, in my home city.