Hello everyone (or, well, those of you that signed up for my skillshare course)
Just sending you this reminder that the Intro To Photoshop Class is now live and ready for you to start learning! There are few notes to be had about the class, including:
a) this is a course done on your time. Take as much time as you need to review the material and work on your project. Even if it takes you a year. It's up to you.
b) This is not a live course. You can, however, get in touch with my through the Q&A section, or through your project uploads. Please be sure to abuse this system; ask anything you might need help with and get your money's worth. I will be attempting to reply as much as I can to any and all inquiries.
c) HAVE FUN, DAMN IT, and thank you for signing up!
I hope everyone had a great holiday and I'm looking forward to putting together some more material, but possibly of my own (without the use of skillshare). So please, if you have any feedback about the course and what you think of it, send it my way (comment or note) so that I know what I can do to make it even better!
Thanks everyone, have a great new year!
I've been pondering these sorts of classes in an attempt to want to draw again but I'm living in the digital stone age still and using CS 1. When I was in school we had CS3/4 and I didn't notice too much of a difference besides some new functions, layout, some dummied out things, and just better processing. I managed through just fine then but with five generations between them at this point I wonder if it would be pretty important to have the newer version to do the course or if it's still doable with an outdated version. I see it recommends at least CS3 so I thought I'd ask.
To be honest with you, it's possible to do the course with even CS1, as the core mechanics that I address are pretty much the same universally throughout the CS line of Photoshop. I'm fairly certain you'll get at least something out of it; masks, layer options, all that stuff is still in CS1 I believe (though rotation of the canvas is not, and I'm not sure if there is such an extensive brush creator in CS1 as it is "now", but I'd have to go back and look into that). For the most part, CS is CS is CS. I hope that helps
yea it has all those mechanics to it (had to learn them in school though didn't entirely understand it). the brush creator is a mystery to me but I've looked through it and it looks like it has the basics and more so I guess it would work just fine! thank you