Design with Me – Photoshop Process Walkthrough & Tips

Tips and Advice
What goes through a graphic designer’s head when they create? What does the design process look like? How do you create surreal collage art in Photoshop? In this tutorial, Matthew Encina takes you through the process of how he creates the collage graphics for The Futur Youtube channel.

🔥 These are the 3 Tips Matthew has when creating your designs:
1. Define your concept and make your idea the anchor for all of your work.
2. Explore a lot of ways how to communicate your idea until you make a breakthrough.
3. Add contrast to make your frames dynamic, interesting, and impactful.

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