Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Share your work on Behance, part of Adobe Mobile Apps for Designers (2016).
- [Voiceover] Sharing your work…and getting feedback back from other designers…is an essential part of your workflow,…especially if you're a freelancer.…You have to rely on the community at large…to give you feedback on projects,…because you don't have an entire team around you.…Luckily, Adobe has sort of fixed this problem…by acquiring Behance a few years back,…and now it has become a very tightly integrated piece…of the Creative Cloud ecosystem.…In this movie I'll show you how to take your artwork…from Adobe Draw and send it out to Behance…as a work in progress.…I'll start with this little illustration…that I created here.…
I wanna take this and I wanna publish it…directly to Behance.…Well, since I'm signed on with the same Creative Cloud ID…I have on Behance and the Creative Cloud desktop app…this should publish to my profile with no problem.…So, what I'm gonna do here is I'm gonna go to…the top right corner again.…I'm going to find that square with the arrow, tap on that,…and it's going to take me to this little dropdown…
- Creating custom patterns, color themes, and brushes with Capture CC
- Vector drawing with Adobe Draw
- Image editing and compositing with Photoshop Mix
- Retouching with Photoshop Fix
- Drawing and painting with Photoshop Sketch
- Creating layouts with Comp CC
Skill Level Beginner
Drawing on the iPad with Adobe Sketchwith Tony Harmer1h 11m Beginner
Accelerated Design with Comp CC and InDesignwith Tony Harmer1h 37m Intermediate
1. Adobe Capture
2. Adobe Draw
3. Adobe Photoshop Fix
4. Adobe Photoshop Mix
5. Adobe Comp CC
Create a layout with Comp CC5m 47s
6. Adobe Sketch
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