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How’d They Do That? No. 16: Playing With Cardboard No. 02

How’d They Do That? No. 16: Playing With Cardboard No. 02
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This mini lesson focuses using multiple layers, blending modes, and opacities to combine a photograph and cardboard element.

You will learn how to:

  • cover cardboard with a photo
  • resize, reposition, and link layers
  • use shortcuts to apply various blending modes
  • load a brush to use as an eraser
This lesson includes:
A 13-page, full-color pdf with screen shots (in PS CS3) and step-by-step instructions for Photoshop and Photoshop Elements users
One patterned paper, one cardboard strip, one cardboard frame, and one grunged block brush, all designed by Katie Pertiet

You will need:
Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop Elements
Adobe Acrobat

While I do provide every step necessary to complete the techniques, it is helpful to have some experience with opening and closing files and a basic knowledge of the Photoshop or Photoshop Elements workspace.

This information was previously distributed in a “How’d They Do That?” Chat. If you participated in that chat, you already have this product. File Size: 24MB

LP288277 Designer: Cassie Jones

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Samantha Tucker - 12/13/2009 5 of 5 Stars!
This was really fun! To take it even further it would have been nice to have a suggested layout or something as I was a little unsure of what to do with it once I was done!! But it was easy to follow and the end result was great!
Anke Turco - 02/24/2009 5 of 5 Stars!
this is another great tutorial with really cool results. As always, it is very easy to follow and Cassie is so approachable if you should ever need help!
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