Workflow tips for adobe Photoshop and digital collage

I am happy to announce that I have finally published my last online class: “Collage: Oh! That’s how you do it. Workflow tips and tricks for digital collage illustrations.”

Have you ever sat next to someone and watched them work and think ohhhh! that’s how you do it! Ok, this class is all about that. It is not centered in the collage itself, I will be making one of course, but it’s about practicing, making Photoshop your friend, and learn ways of solving problems that can be quite useful.

This class is for intermediate Photoshop users as I will be skipping some of the very basic concepts, anyway don’t worry if you are a beginner, I will provide you with the files that I use so you can follow along.

I will be showing which shortcuts I use, my favorite Photoshop tools and some workflow tips white going through the process of making a digital collage.

These are the topics that the class covers:

  • Show transform controls
  • Content aware textures
  • Selecting subjects
  • Easy selections
  • Shaping images freely
  • Getting more brushes
  • Avoiding the eraser
  • Using smart objects
  • Getting rid of backgrounds in a second
  • Using canvas as a paper
  • Make versions, save yourself
  • Shortcuts
  • Reducing file size
  • and more!

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Marcos Morales is a graphic designer from Buenos Aires, Argentina currently living in Heidelberg, Germany. Around ten years ago he started to make digital collages as he knew that his drawings skills weren't strong enough. Nowadays, most of his work is based between a mix of collage and digital illustrations.

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