We're making an awesome
We're making an awesome Shoe Poster Design in just 5 minutes (roughly)!
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In 5 Minute Designs, I figure the design out as I go. I'll explain my thoughts and reasons behind the decisions I make from Concept to the Final Result.
Today's design involves coming up with a design concept that shows off the high friction aspect of a brand new running shoe. We will use Photoshop's Liquify Filter to make a unique shoe graphic. Then we'll create a layout for our poster. We'll go into Blender to make some custom 3D Letters, and we'll finish things off with a quick Logo Design and Photoshop Mockup!
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Found you through reddit, nice going.
Loving your videos man :)
Nice kontan bro ?.
As always, amazing job! ?
What tool did you use to lift the shoe up at 0:30? BTW i'm learning a lot from your amazing videos! ❤
#liquifytool #clipstudiopaint #tutorial
I bought a Clip Studio Paint brush pack from Cubebrush by JFrans. (link below) The pack included a very nice liquify brush. I made some small changes to the brush settings to suit my preference.
If you do not wish to pay a couple of dollars for the brush pack, you can probably make one your own by following the settings I showed you. I haven't tried it, but I think a hard round brush should be okay. However, if it doesn't, you should try using different brushes.
Though the brush is not a full fledge liquify tool as it is just a brush, it nevertheless is very useful when it comes to making small changes in your paintings. It is the closest thing that you can get as far as "liquifying" in Clip Studio Paint.
So enjoy liquifying while waiting for Clip Studio Paint to include the tool in their future updates.
Brush Pack - https://cubebrush.co/jfrandraws?product_id=rg7uw
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On mine, it only blurs the image?
Thanks for using my music!
Helped me a. Lot:)
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I dont have Opengl 3.3 supported pc..so i cant use blender 2.8 series..
should i stick with 2.79 series...?????
Where to get the photo of game engine
I’m confused, do you use unity on linux or do you use emacs on windows? Is there a way to use files between linux and windows?
My condolences on using vim and emacs.
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