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Hello ladies, gentleman and everyone inbetween.
I'm having some sort of school project in which I have to remake a box, in my case a cereal box, but I am stuck on 1 last detail which is the oval part, picture included with this topic, can anyone explain me how to do the colouring with the white bright flash?
Thanks in advance :)
At 12/16/12 01:15 PM, ReNaeNae wrote:At 12/16/12 01:07 PM, RedeFusion wrote: picture included with this topic...
Well... the picture is in his signature though.
At 12/16/12 01:20 PM, RedeFusion wrote: Nvm i got it uploaded somewhere <a> http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2d6l8jn&s=6 <a>
There should be an 'include image' upload button under the message area, but you can use you dumping grounds too.
Are you using photoshop? If so, you can change the opacity of your brush. Or make the shape and then blur it (filter).
I'm trying to do as much as possible in Illustrator, because we mostly work with vectors, i don't have much knowledge about Photoshop, might as well give it a try
At 12/16/12 01:22 PM, ReNaeNae wrote: Are you using photoshop? If so, you can change the opacity of your brush.
I think the dodge tool might also work well. :)
At 12/16/12 01:26 PM, RedeFusion wrote: I'm trying to do as much as possible in Illustrator, because we mostly work with vectors, i don't have much knowledge about Photoshop, might as well give it a try
Ah, ok... then use the star tool (in with the rectangle/circle tool) ...option-click/right-click to get the settings. Choose the number of points, etc. Then under the Effect menu, choose Blur > Gaussian... to your liking.
The one in the image looks like it was done 'by hand' but you can probably adjust or layer the shapes you make to get close.