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Staff Online Now kevinf80 Malware Specialist Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Digital Photography & Imaging > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts And I still don't get it after this tutorial. Layer flipped C. However, now in the latest version of Photoshop, when I drag out a selection box using the Path Selection Tool or the Direct Selection Tool, I end up selecting all shapes his comment is here

Flag as inappropriate Add point Subtract point Brandon (1 Point) November 2, 2009 at 10:30 pm Wow, until now I couldn't figure out how to go from a really curved point The point here is that realistic image composition inherently has a depth of field; things go in front of and behind other elements. Thought updating it will fix it. I just want to run the tool over my work space and fill it in with the color I have below in the picker. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-help-with-shapes-photoshop-7-0.513579/

If you missed yesterday’s video, here is a quick list of changes that you’ll find in the Options bar when working with Shapes: • Before drawing with the Pen or Shape WTG Adobe. How to built such list Is there a field length that is too short to allow harmful SQL injection? But I'm looking for a tutorial that would walk me through creating shapes such as this image.

  • You explain clearly and have supporting videos to watch if you didn´t understand.
  • I've gon through the options and tried it many ways, and nothing works.
  • Photoshop Tutorials by PHLEARN 574,169 views 17:47 Photoshop Tutorial: How to Transform PHOTOS into Gorgeous, Pencil DRAWINGS - Duration: 3:01.
  • Thank you soooo much T9 people. :) Flag as inappropriate Add point Subtract point Steffie H (1 Point) November 12, 2008 at 8:34 am Brilliant Tutorial.
  • Any thoughts?
  • I appreciate this wonderful tutorial that clearly laid everything out and simply showed us how its done ;) Keep up the awesome work!

Here is another template that focuses on "S" shaped curves, as seen in frequency waves. "S" curves are used all the time in more complex shapes. Hope it helps! Example: Example Shapes Let's take what we've learned so far, and apply it in some basic design. Now the jobs are flowing like river.

You can see what I mean by looking at some of the default custom shapes (the "circle frame" or "blob 2 frame" for instance). It's a fundamental change to the way Photoshop CS6 now handle path segment (between two points) transformations, it is no longer viable to create simple shapes by using the drag option Loading... Flag as inappropriate Add point Subtract point David Leggett (1 Point) June 15, 2008 at 9:47 am Nothing to worry about mate.

There are transparent areas within the rest of the shape. Scale, rotate, skew, distort, apply perspective, or warp Select what you want to transform. Choose your language. Sign in 75 42 Don't like this video?

KingTutsPro 83,849 views 19:08 PhotoShop Select Inverse - Duration: 1:55. http://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/13595/photoshop-how-do-i-create-a-new-layer-from-a-shape-that-i-wish-to-draw jason // November 6, 2014 at 8:04 pm // apparently artistic filters don't work in CMYK mode. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? This image is 600 by 800 pixels, with a resolution of 72 pixels per inch; zoom in or out if necessary to see all the contents of the image window.

Press Ctrl()+] (right bracket) to move the chosen layer up by one layer. Published on 27 Dec 2012INVERSE selection Problem Solve in Photoshop1) First, select your path (use the direct selection tool)2) Then, all you have to do is go to the tool that To do this, right click the shape with the Pen Tool, and select Define Custom Shape. Currently you have it set on Raster Shapes.

Flag as inappropriate Add point Subtract point David Leggett (1 Point) January 17, 2008 at 9:30 pm Glad you guys learned something new! Zara Flag as inappropriate Add point Subtract point Big Bright (1 Point) September 24, 2008 at 12:32 pm I think this one of the best guide-line I've came across to This method will create a layer with a solid color, and place a vector mask over it. To Add Points, or Delete Points, use the Add Anchor Point and Delete Anchor Point Tool.

Anyway, I managed to create every of the shown shapes but I couldn't do the pen shape, something went wrong every time I tried. Blue Lightning TV Photoshop 3,232,892 views 3:01 How to Remove Anything from a Photo in Photoshop - Duration: 20:11. Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong?

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Thanks! Join the Community Share ideas. If you feel you have the memory (the carbon-based, organic kind), you can learn a keyboard method to change a selected layer's position in the stack of layers. There are eight things that you can do to a layer, without mixing a layer with an additional, modifying layer (covered later in this chapter).

You will need to make sure that the "fill path" checkbox is checked at the top of the screen, in the tool options there should be 3 boxes you can select. Typing two numbers, one right after the other—no pausing—will enter these two numbers in the number entry field. Overlay. The quickest way to put a layer into the Layer Mask state is to choose the layer, and then click the icon that is second from the left on the bottom

This will make sure our rounded rectangle sticks to the pixel grid. I hope this helps others, if they are as clueless as I am. :o) By fen - 10:52 AM on December 11, 2012 i'm really" don't understand, when i make Flag as inappropriate Add point Subtract point nyler (1 Point) April 13, 2009 at 12:48 am i want to thank you for these helpful tutorials! This was very frustrating and I couldn't find an answer anywhere.

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