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video2brain - Creative Workshop with Photoshop: Icons

French | 2h 11m | AVC1 1280x720 15fps | AAC 64 Kbps 44.1 KHz | 602 MB

Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate



Your icons are finally volume!


Creating icons tempt you? Well follow Franck Petiteau that will show you how to do this training through two examples one e-mail icon and padlock. These icons are made ??so that they change color at any time. You'll also see how to merge the final layer dynamic object or to create a simple deformation of the object, or to test 3D effects for setting final volume. The use of shape layers, masks and layers of pixel gradient fill will make you an expert in these manipulations!


In this workshop you will learn step by step to develop yourself both icons commonly used on websites: the e-mail icon and padlock. You will learn to use the tools to create vector shape layers to create the base of your icons. The gradient fill layers associated pixel masks you will then create the volume of your belongings.


You then use the effects and brushes to create natural shadows on your objects. These objects will be optimized for the complete web, but can also be converted to dynamic objects to implement such a 3D effect or distortion of the envelope.


This course will also learn alignments layers, adding references manually or automatically, which will make you an expert in these manipulations!


Armin Böttigheimer original training: the concept and the images were created by the author and editor Armin Böttigheimer.

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