Today’s essential question: How can I combine multiple images into one Photoshop file?
Today we will complete more Photoshop tutorials. We will learn how to combine multiple images into one Photoshop file by dressing up a kitten.
Kitten Dress Up Tutorial (teaches us how to combine multiple images into one Photoshop file, and how to use the transform tool to scale and rotate objects)
- Click here to view the step-by-step-instructions for the kitten dress up Photoshop tutorial. (If you do not have this file open and cannot tell me what step you need help with, I will not help you.)
- Click here to download the kitten dress up Photoshop file.
- Once you get comfortable with Photoshop, feel free to download extra accessories from Google images and customize your fashionable kitten! See if you can figure out how to add a background. Here are some examples of students who have gone above and beyond with the dress up kitten assignment:
Bonus Tutorial: Kitten in a Box (teaches us how to make an object look like it is inside a container)
Finish early? Complete this tutorial to learn how to Photoshop a kitten into a box.
- Click here to view the step-by-step instructions for the kitten in a box tutorial. (If you do not have this file open and cannot tell me what step you need help with, I will not help you.)
- Click here to download the kitten in a box tutorial starter file.
Today we will:
- Complete the kitten dress up tutorial. Save your file to your 890# AND your Foundations 1 Google Drive folder as both a photoshop (.psd) file and a .png file.
- Finish the veggie tutorial (if you did not complete it last class). Make sure you have posted a .png of your file to your blog, and placed both a Photoshop (.psd) and .png versions of the file in your Foundations 1 Google Drive folder.
- If you have time, complete the kitten in a box tutorial
- Create and publish a new blog post with the following:
- a png of your completed kitten dress up image
- a png of your completed kitten in a box image (if you got that far)
- a paragraph describing how you create each image. Include any challenges you faced, and how you worked through those challenges.