This Never Stop Learning post is about Keyboard Shortcuts in Adobe Photoshop CS6 Staring a function that can ONLY be accessed through a keyboard shortcut.
This combination of keys “Ctrl + Shift + Alt + E” makes a merged Copy (Layer) of all your layers and places that layer above the layer you currently have selected. Continue reading
I’m always looking for better ways to make my text look super clean. The best way to do that is go back to the basics!!! I have improved on my workflow for creating text in a circle. I guess we NEVER STOP LEARNING!!! =D
I have this small notebook that I jot down “Never Stop Learning” ideas. Last week (wk.95) I needed a break from Adobe Illustrator so I skimmed through my book and found an old Adobe Photoshop tool I wanted to learn, Shadows/Highlights. While going through that list, I saw “Opacity Mask” for Illustrator. I knew I HAD to study up on it for this weeks project.
The way I approach what I study in my Never Stop Learning blog is to first think of “what is it that I don’t like about my design experience?” Early-on in my Adobe Illustrator career, my pieces suffered from LACK OF BACKGROUND =D Looking back I think it was SO hard for me to produce a Subject, that a background was an afterthought or NEVER thought of at all.
For Never Stop Learning 92 I created a video Creative Background with a Single Stroke which inspired this post. This background was done with a single stroke but there was some preparation done beforehand. Continue reading