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Ahhh I am dumb


#3
Oh dear! If on a computer use an illustration application. If using pens, pencils and paint....draw them and colour them in and then scan them.
 
#6
Sorry I didn't mean to take the mick, and everyone has to start somewhere, but it was a weird question.

Are you asking how to put that particular picture (assuming you have rights to do so) into your work, or just generally?

And again, which program are you using for you work?
 
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#7
Sorry I didn't mean to take the mick, and everyone has to start somewhere, but it was a weird question.

Are you asking how to put that particular picture (assuming you have rights to do so) into your work, or just generally?

And again, which program are you using for you work?
I'm using Photoshop. Have no Illustrator unfortunately. No it's a coke bottle which I have drawn myself, I'm going to scan it and use that but just want to know how to make it look like it's been squashed in someone's hand.

and no worries, it's cool, I am a bit of a pillock in Graphic Design at the moment.
 
#8
I'm using Photoshop. Have no Illustrator unfortunately. No it's a coke bottle which I have drawn myself, I'm going to scan it and use that but just want to know how to make it look like it's been squashed in someone's hand.

and no worries, it's cool, I am a bit of a pillock in Graphic Design at the moment.
Woah there. I really wouldn't go infringing ANY of Coca Cola's trademarks if I were you - and I'm pretty sure the classic coke bottle is one of those....
 
#10
I think whichever method you use, there will be some playing around. You could also try the liquify tool, and apply forward warping and puckering. Turbulence could also help you achieve the effect of somebody squeezing the can, but it's rather tricky without practice.