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Homework December Week 1

 

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This week's tutorial: 
 

Quick and Easy Plates with Cutouts
Created by: Doro Sensen

 

Class assignment:
 

Doro has shown us one great design idea for creating a plate. Your assignment is to design your own dinner service.
 

For different kinds of plates, try different edge widths (i.e. contract your circle selection a bit more or less in the beginning.

Try different cut-out settings to give the plate a bit more or less depth
 


Using what was learned from class, include the plate example from class plus 2 more designs.










For the first assignment plate I used Jascbrush no. 9, as it is freezing here today, and I felt like making an icicle type of decoration on the plate.
 

 

 


A bit of Christmas Spirit is still here, it's inevitable...

So my plates are decorated in that spirit.



          
For the second set of plates I used Star 3 from the Preset Shapes. I created it as a vector and played with the nodes until I had the shape I liked. Instead of deleting the black line, I selected it and expanded the selection with 1 pixel. Then I floodfilled it with white and applied a Blade Pro preset to give it a golden rim.
I have flood filled it with a light gradient.

For the decoration on the plates I used some tubes that I had.
 


 

*if you look really well, you can see that I used the ornaments I made last week for the border decorations on this plate :-)*

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Then I felt these plates needed an extra touch.

 

 

I made the plate stand from the tutorial link I put below, as I felt these plates are too good to use as dishes *s*

http://www.wgbcreations.com/Tutorials/PlateStand/index.shtml

 



 


 

Wish I had some of these on my cabinet!
Love this tutorial - it is so very inspiring!

Happy Holidays!



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