To Paris with Love: Create a Romantic, French-Inspired Digital Tag
What you'll learn
In this class, Traci Vanover will create a French-inspired digital tag measuring 2.5” wide x 3.0” high. The tag design will incorporate multiple layers and Photoshop techniques, and features vintage imagery, as well as watercolor and texture effects. Once you have mastered the techniques covered, they can easily be translated into stationery, greeting cards, art prints and much more!
Materials and tools used in this class
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Thank you for sharing these instructions. Even though I am self taught, this was encouraging to know that I can add a few more things on my tags/papers to give it more flair. I use a different software but I was still able to follow and take notes. The one thing I wasn't aware of was turning a photo into a watercolor. That was so eye opening! Thank you again for sharing your talent!
This was so cute! I have always loved the style of old romantic French letters and knowing how to make your own is just what I needed, I enjoyed so much! thank you
Thank you for the class. Although it was basic for my level, I refreshed some of the shortcuts I haven't used in a while.
Yes, I saw the label as beginner level. I just meant that it was good to back to basics ;)
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This class has 7 sessions (32m)
An introduction into Tracy's class and the content she intends to cover!
In this video, Tracy will download the materials and get them installed.Included
Tracy will go through the digital papers used in the class and start putting the tag together.
Tracy will import the Eiffel Tower image into the tag and place it.
Tracy will explain how to add the watercolor effects.
Next, Tracy will add the Tour Eiffel text and import the vintage rose illustration into our design.
Tracy will explain how the concepts used in this small design can easily be adapted and expanded into items such as stationery, greeting cards, digital collage sheets, and even art prints.