Digital art: photoshop projects

Dear Parents & Students
This page is the one-stop resource for everything we do in class!
You will be able to find links to lesson content, class inspiration and more resources below

- Please note that these resources are only available for the duration of the course -

USB REQUIRED

Teachers may work on a project that spans several lessons and it’s always the best way to save your work
You ‘can’ save on the student laptops, however your files may be deleted

CODING @ HOME INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Rotoscoping Examples:

Slide Links

Lesson 1: Photoshop Basics I

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Shortcuts


Lesson 2: Photoshop Basics II/Animating
Lesson 3: Animating the final piece

Inspiration/Examples

Link 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvRcLslw6TI

Link 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hc0gIXr0RhM

Link 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-ThZRvQq2Q&t=6s


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Here’s a link showing someone rotoscoping in Photoshop!

https://theblog.adobe.com/moving-art-how-to-create-a-rotoscope-animation-in-photoshop-cc/


Relinking Video files in Photoshop:

https://industrydev.com/how-to-relink-to-a-video-file-in-adobe-photoshop/

Downloads

Missed class? Lost your USB? Look here for files you can work from!


Tess:

Photoshop File, &Video File

Esmee:

Photoshop File, & Video File

Cameron:

Photoshop File, & Video File

Lily:

Photoshop File, & Video File

Beatrice:

Photoshop File, & Video File

Bridget:

Photoshop File, & Video File

Photoshop filter and title creation Class

In this Class students learned to modify the look their movie titles using filters,

we used the liquify effect filter applied it to our font and titles. Using masks, filters and layer composition.

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