Photoshop Mini Lessons: Day 2

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)

Completed kitten dress up tutorial

Completed kitten dress up tutorial

  • 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.

cat_in_box_starter

Kitten in box tutorial starter file

Completed cat in box tutorial

Completed kitten in box tutorial

  • 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.
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