talk about creating a cinematic poster look. And I know Lisa Kony's in the building. She does this kind of work actually every day. So big fan of her stuff. But I want to say a handful of tricks that I use, um t to achieve a lot of really cool special effects. That's kind of my background. My background is actually I went to art school. An illustration I didn't discover photo shop until my fourth year. And then I realized I much rather prefer to illustrate with light than with paint, because it affords you a lot of different types of effects. The most important part, you can undo a stroke. You do something. I have been doing it for so long that even when I'm at home, if I move a piece of furniture across the room, my first inkling, my first instinct is to hit Command Z to undo that. That's how long that's how that's how you know you've been doing it too long. But I'm really excited about it. So I want to show you guys a we're gonna kind of go through a poster project, and what I will b...
e doing is showing you a lot of really cool tricks. The poster itself is pretty cool, but along the way there's a lot of really cool things that you can pick up and use may be going through a little bit of a three D thing in here. At some point, you get heavy into three D tomorrow, but I really want is gonna get kind of go through the workflow. A lot of people ask me, where do you start? You know, how do you achieve certain effects England got and I always go into a project with kind of a plan. I mean, from doing client work. Obviously there's a plan. They have very specific needs. But things like things like this I go into it with kind of an idea and let things that kind of evolved naturally. If I see an effect or something, an idea hits me, and it just kind of evolved into something else, and it always becomes something I can take to the next project.
Have you ever looked at the advertising images for a movie and been inspired by the design alone. What if you knew how to pick and choose the various elements you like and use them in your own designs? In this class, Corey Barker will explore various techniques to get that "cinematic look" as he shows how to build a movie poster concept and get that Hollywood feeling to your images.
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Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CC 2017