Week 23: Create an Identity Using Engraved Effect on Images - Part 1

Use the images created in DEX 21 (or source other design elements) or images, and create a seamless wallpaper pattern to be used on branding elements.

Beginner

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With Photoshop Patterns and Actions transform one photographic image into a colour filled engraved illustration using the supplied Brushes and Patterns. Use the engraving as part of an identity design.

Intermediate

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With Photoshop Patterns and Actions transform two photographic images into colour filled engraved illustration using the supplied Brushes and Patterns. Then create a third image using Photoshop layers, select the shadows of the image and fill them with a solid colour. Use the engravings and solid filled image as part of an identity design.

Advanced

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With Photoshop Patterns and Actions transform three photographic images into colour filled engraved illustrations using the supplied Brushes and Patterns. Then create a fourth image using Photoshop Layers , select the shadows of the image and fill them with a solid colour. Use the engravings and solid filled image as part of an identity design.

Time Allocated

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60 Minutes for Beginner: Transform an image into an engraved illustration and use it as part of an identity design. 90 Minutes for intermediate: Transform two images into engraved illustrations and use it as part of an identity design. 120 Minutes for advanced: Create a basic 3-5 page website that can be shared as a working prototype. It must include a slider and a rollover or state change for a button or image.

Design Goals

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Create engraved images and use these as part of an identity design.

Constraints

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Use Photoshop Actions and Brushes to transform photographic images into colour filled engraved illustrations.

Software

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  • adobe-xd
    Adobe Xd

    Website Design

  • photoshop
    Adobe Photoshop

    Mockups

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