Watch me design a quick interface element while using mostly vector tools with a little help from patterns and custom painted textures.
Watch the Time-Lapse!
Grab the PSD
Let me know what you think...and of course follow the Collective Ray team!
12 months ago
tu tu tuuu, tududududuuuu
" Oh hey, there's a properties panel... Whaat the heck you can feather shape layers?!? "
Always nice to have those smack-forehead moments from watching others work.
Truly incredible details.
You're a freakin' genius @Jeff Broderick, love it. Can't help being distractred by your brilliant Rdio playlist.. Sweat.. Ah la la la la long long long ...
Pretty sure that whistling will be stuck in my head for the rest of the day. Cool video, anyway. It's always interesting to see how others work.
Awesome work, Jeff.
@Jeff Broderick man where did you learn your skills??? This is awesome!
Wow, Jeff, you’re killing it!
I all the time like to see workflow of otherdesigners thanks for this :)
I see you applied the Broderick filter at 0:31.
I'm going to be whistling that all day.
@Chase Giunta Feathered shapes are AWESOME. Just make sure that you keep in mind that they're not scaled with the document. There's some scripts that can help with scaling mask feathering though.
Thanks for sharing, Jeff! Guys like you make us better designers.
Really great details and an even better song choice.
Nice result Jeff!
I now feel like I only know about 20% of Photoshop thanks to this video ;)
@Marc Edwards ✎ Bjango Thanks! I remember reading an article of yours on it before, but could never really think of where I would apply it... Seeing Jeff use it on Shadows has opened my eyes a little bit. Prefer this over smart objects & filters!
Thanks for sharing both the PSD and the process video!
love the music! Always nice to see there are millions of different ways to design in photoshop. Lovely work!
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