Learn how to create a guide layout from selected shapes in Photoshop.
- This movie is a quick tip about how you can use…Shape Layers to create Guides.…Typically, if you're making a web mock-up,…then you will begin with a guide layout,…but you can also go in the other direction.…Let's say you have your shapes and you would…like to derive guides from them.…Well, you can come and select your shape, or shapes.…I have several within this folder,…I'm going to select that folder,…and the shape layer beneath it.…And then from the View menu,…I can choose New Guides From Shape.…
As useful as this is, I should point out…that it will not create irregular shape guides.…So for example, if you chose an elliptical shape,…it wouldn't create guides that were elliptical, but rather…would put a rectangle around that elliptical shape.…So it's not as flexible as Illustrator guides,…but still, this is a really convenient feature.…
- Creating basic shapes and lines
- Converting shapes to paths (and vice versa)
- Inverting paths and shapes
- Transforming shapes
- Designing with shape layers
- Creating web buttons, guides, and collages with shape layers
- Working with type and shape layers
- Creating custom shapes with Adobe Capture and Illustrator
Skill Level Intermediate
Photoshop for Designers: Type Effectswith Nigel French5h 28m Intermediate
Photoshop CC 2015 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost12h 27m Beginner
1. Creating Basic Shapes
2. Editing Shapes
3. Designing with Shape Layers: Part 1
4. Designing with Shape Layers: Part 2
5. Working with Custom Shapes
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