Cleaning up a client's bad art


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Cleaning up a client's bad art

All right, last I left this image Opposite effects.psd, I had set the wrestlers layer to Subtract and I don't want that. I ultimately want to work with Linear Burn, so I'll go and choose that mode right there. Now, let's say, you are doing this work for a client and they tell you that they want a light bulb right in the center of things there. So, that these two people are brainstorming, they are coming up with ideas. They don't want just any old light bulb; they want this specific light bulb here. So, they actually give you a file and this is not the least bit uncommon. You will, if you have not already experiences get some rotten artwork from clients and this could be a logo.

This could be like the best version of a company's logo that they have. But let's just say that somebody printed out a light bulb. They've found a picture, this comes from the Fotolia Image Library actually and they printed it out and then they drew using a sharpie some lines and that'...

Cleaning up a client's bad art
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Cleaning up a client's bad art provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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