Apr 14, 2015

How to Create and Place a Logo in Perspective


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    Hans Pedersen

    Hi Aaron
    Thanks for another great tutorial! I’m really learning so much from each episode.
    One thing I like is that you take the time to explain the choices you make, i.e. telling that you’ve used an hour before recording just trying to design a logo.
    Keep making these great tutorials and I’ll keep watching them. Who knows – one day I might even buy one of your Pro ones! 🙂
    All the best
    Hans Pedersen (from Denmark, Europe)

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      Thank you so much for the kind words! We really appreciate it here at Phlearn We love education!

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    guillermo giannini rodriguez

    Hi Phil.
    I am very happy that you’re already in your new study. No doubt you deserve all that you earned and much more.
    You’re a genius and every presentation your videos leave me perplexed.
    Congratulations on your work and that you keep harvesting your efficient work.
    Greetings from Chile.
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    Caros Read

    Really happy to read that “Plearn” is growing!

    I really enjoy every episode, keep up the good work!

    Whe you changed the blending mode of the logo layer to “Multiply”, all the red ligths of the truck became too dark. You still needed to select them and hit “delete” on the logo layer, to bring them back to red. Just me being a perfectionist, maybe?

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    Thom Keach

    Hi Aaron – I really love you tutorials. Have even paid for a few. The pictures you show at the beginning go by way too fast. Is there a link to them for normal viewing?

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    Hi Aaron, guys from Phlearn, and people from the comments area :o) ; Can you guys help me with a problem? When I try to “free transform” the image (to place the logo on the truck), holding Ctrl-T, the whole image moves, not only the point that I’m “grabbing”… i think i changed some option or something like that. anyone knows how to fix this?

    P.S: Thanks for the videos, they are really awesome and inspiring!

    All the best!

    Lucas D’aléccio (Rome, Italy)

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    hi Aaron, just a small observation, hope you don’t mind, since you want the distance between the 2 A’s equal to the distance between their top and the summit, i think you should have rotate the selection 90deg first before you stretched it. well, that is unless you made a perfect square selection, just a thought haha! piece. 🙂