Lesson 19: Create a background with Photoshop CC

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In this lesson your students will use the Marquee Tool to create a background image and use the Warp Tool in Photoshop CC. The jist of the lesson is that they are using the Single Column and Single Row Marquee Tool to create a type of hash pattern that can then be used as a background. Once that is finished your students will bring the same picture back and warp it to give a stylized look to the image.

Your students will review the use of the Single Row Marquee Tool and the Single Column Marquee Tool, the transform command, blend modes, the warp tool and layers with this lesson. You are going to use an interesting picture to create a background. You get the universe image shown, a finished .PSD file and a PDF with 11 pages of instructions and a challenge activity so your students practice the skills individually.

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Lesson 19:  Create a background with Photoshop CC

In this lesson your students will use the Marquee Tool to create a background image and use the Warp Tool in Photoshop CC. The jist of the lesson is that they are using the Single Column and Single Row Marquee Tool to create a type of hash pattern that can then be used as a background. Once that is finished your students will bring the same picture back and warp it to give a stylized look to the image.

Your students will review the use of the Single Row Marquee Tool and the Single Column Marquee Tool, the transform command, blend modes, the warp tool and layers with this lesson. You are going to use an interesting picture to create a background. You get the universe image shown, a finished .PSD file and a PDF with 11 pages of instructions and a challenge activity so your students practice the skills individually.

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These lessons are all high-school/adult learner tested. I have used these lessons with over 100 students, some with thousands of students. Many of the online tutorials are meant for intermediate or more advanced users and will skip steps. I have added steps and images to make the lesson easier to follow, these are not 1 page lessons. They are between 6 (for the simple ones) and 19 pages each! If you let me know of a step you would like added I will add it in and send you the updated file. I try to create these so my students have the least amount of questions possible.