In this video, learn how to use vector masks.
- [Instructor] The mock up here is beginning to take shape.…The files from Photoshop Sketch have been brought in…and worked on just a little bit more here and there.…I have a few other things including…a cutout of the bride and groom…with a funky kind of drawing style…to make them more sympathetic with the background.…What I'm going to do now is place another image.…We're gonna get some wedding rings into the file here.…
I'm going to place that by going to the file menu,…come down to place linked, and from the exercise files,…I'm going to choose this wedding rings jpg file like so.…I'm gonna bring that in, that's gonna kind of sit…over on this side, over here.…But I think I'm actually going to right click on this…and flip it horizontally to start off with.…I think that might be a better arrangement for that here.…Of course I can always change that…because it will be a smart object.…
I'm going to resize that slightly downwards…like so I think and apply that.…I'm gonna use effect to mask here…because I want really good, hard edges on this.…
- Building templates
- Organizing your layers
- Managing presets
- Sharing assets
- Quick masking for mockups
- Making brushes
- Generating assets for web and UX
- Creating animation and video
- Saving files correctly
Skill Level Beginner
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