Photopea an online photoshop | Photoshop Alternative | Photopea complete Tutorial | Designing Tutorial | 3d Logo Design

What you will learn

Product Designing

Image Designing

Social Media Designing

Logo Designing

Printing Designing

Slider Designing for website and projects

website product designing

Photopea is an alternative of Photoshop

3d Logo Designing

Photopea template re designing

Description

Introduction

Photopea is an advanced image editor, which can work with both raster and vector graphics. You can use it for simple tasks, such as resizing images, as well as complex tasks, such as designing webpages, creating illustrations, processing photographs and more.

This Course will teach you how to use Photopea step by step. We will start with basic tasks and gradually progress to more complex features. The chapters (on the left) have been organized, such that each chapter uses only the knowledge from previous chapters, so you can learn effectively and efficiently.

in this course, we are going to learn 3 different things,

1: How to design products images for your website, projects and web projects


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2: How to design and use a 3d Text

3: How to design a 3d Logo

Colors

Right now, Photopea works with the sRGB color space (the basic color space for the web), with the 8-bit color depth. All exported files use sRGB, too

Starting and using Photopea

Photopea editor works in a web browser. It can be started by going to Photopea, Photopea can run on any device (desktop, laptop, tablet, phone or any other computer), but for the best comfort, we recommend having a big screen, a precise pointing device (a mouse or a stylus) and a keyboard.

Photopea runs completely in your device, just like Sketch or Photoshop do. It does not upload any of your files to the internet. You can load Photopea, disconnect from the internet and keep using it completely offline. None of your files ever leaves your computer.

English

Language

Content

Introduction

Introduction

Complete Course Session

Lecture 3

Lecture 4

Lecture 5