I'm just curious as to how hard it is to get good at doing your own
photoshops. Like i wanna try getting one (probably downloaded) and learn
how do use it. At first i wont really worry about shadows or anything
really in the background, just how to change the picture (in my case it'd
be my truck). I I have an idea of what i'd wanna do to the picture(s) but
need to know how hard it is to learn. Any help would be appreciated,
Haha, theres only so much you can do with 'Paint' lol, and i'm not very good with doing things there and cant get what i want lol.
Go out and "buy or whatever" the latest version of PS and start playing. Notice the layers that unlike paint you can control. Notice the plethora of brushes. Play around and ask q's or something. It's alot of fun especially with cars.
It's pretty user-friendly unless you want to start doing some "real" photoshopping...
But for basics...its easy.
i made my sig all by myself in photoshop and imageready, ps 7 is the easiest.
Well i now have Abode Photoshop CS 8. I've been playing around trying to figure out what things do and that is helping a little. I do wanna try some 'real' photoshopping (like adding/replacing parts with a pic from somewhere else, etc) but i think i have a lot to learn about it first. Thanx :thumbs:
as far as finding and replaciing parts from another pic, its not that hard.
The only thing you really need to know how to do is manipulate layers. This
should help... http://www.photoshopcafe.com/tutorials/layers/intro.htm
I took an intro to photoshop class in HS and I loved it. It's really a lot of fun.
I have Adobe CS with photoshop 8. I've been using it a little bit for years, but I'm not a huge fan, especially for quick stuff. I much prefer the much cheaper Corel PhotoPaint, from the Corel Draw suite. Layers are there, but the concept of masks and objects is much simpler to deal with, and easier to manipulate than the PS layers and layer effects.
Alright, thanx guys. I might try to get that Corel Photopaint program also. I can be a fast learner when it comes to things i wanna know so hopefully this wont be hard for me. Thanx again :thumbs:
Photoshop is amazing but gives me a headache.
im happy with my photo impressions 5 ....does all the basics like layering, shadows blah blah blah and it came free with my camera
i love photoshop - I have 7.0 and CS on my machine... I really should use it more..
could someone with photoshop do me a favor?
what do you need oh spandex master? :orglaugh:
make me avator that fits i can supply the pic
fork er over
http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a25/hhswrestler92/stateteam_subsinglet.jpg thanx :thumbs:
ill get it done after work.
I took a class in 3d animation that had ps on the computers so when i was
done with the 3d work I would mess around and eventually got better and
then "bought" it. Heres one of my old works with and escalade and a rx-7
thats sweat :thumbs:
Does anybody know of any websites that has many different auto body parts ready for download to use in photoshop, I heard that they existed but didn't know what to search. Thanks
got a present for ya rastler :)
65x80 pixels, 17.9kb - 80x80 just looked odd...
No, i wish i did, it would help alot.
I have a question, if you want to put a different bumper from a different car onto your project car, do both car pictures have to be the exact same angle, or can you take the bumper from the car and make it 3-d and rotate it or something.
you could do it, its just a biatch, you dont use 3d, you use skew and perspectives...
i took a graphics class an we did a lil bit of photoshop but not enough to do anything real big but i really wanna get it an learn it
Yeah, it's called Google Image Search.. heheheheh. Seriously, that's all I use, plus a knowledge of what I'm looking for to get the right parts.
heheh...thats what I did when looking for a new background for a new siggy im working on :thumbs: "dodge ram + bull bar"
You have to have them close. Skew and distort is always visibly wrong. And
since the pixels you see on any 2D image are only from one angle, there is
no way of software knowing what non-visible parts look like to create them.
YOU have to know that, and have some artistic ability.
To illustrate this, print out a picture of a bumper from a front 3/4 view. Cut it out with scissors, and spin it around in front of you. You will never see any part that wasn't visible already, and the angles will never change. That's all any software package can do.
ok thanks, this is going to be time consuming.