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Whew! This was tough. These selection modifiers only fit very specific parts of my workflow. So I had to get kind of creative(and maybe redundant) to use them, but here’s what I managed
Used the shrink modifier to make the inner shield piece.
Grew and then moved to give my box a drop shadow.
Border select to give my monitor a border.
And then used various selection modifiers for an in-stone silhouette.
Not my favorite challenge, but I’m sure I’ll appreciate knowing how to use these in the Future. Now off to the next one!!
I used “shrink” twice to create different shading on my Praying Mantis.
I used “grow” to add an outline around the wings on my Bee.
I used “border” to add highlighting around my spider.
I used “border” to make a traditional looking border for my Ladybug.
Clearly, I’m in the lower half of the skills levels.
However, here are mine.
Not a very good ghost, but another time.
Pirates tombstone. Did border and resize, link layers.
It’s a chalice casting a shadow.
This is supposed to be a ring with a glowing jewel. Used border to make the ring and then made a second one off center to give it depth.
I went for a Key and a Treasure Chest Icon :
The rings were made by shrinking an elliptical selection and filling with a gradient.
Vertigo! Grew the selection starting from Pixely James Stewart.
Black bordered fireball
Remade the outline of my lantern placeholder using border selection and filling with a gradient.
Here we are did some work with different items:
- Shrinking the circular selection and moving it up/left in order to create a 3D-ish glow.
- Growing the selection to create an outline around the gun icon (that i had to shrink first, in order to make place for the outline in the image).
- Olympic rings! Which should not really be intersecting sideways, only diagonally, when I compared to an image.
- Created a tubular kind of shape by creating circular selections then using Border on them. Created larger and larger circles, and filled with lighter color for each circle.
I used the
Shrink Selection to make the background corners smaller
I was going for a glow effect on the gem in the middle with
Border selection was used to give the hammer the outline
You did a great job, i like it
Thought these skills would work well in making planets and space related stuff:
Used shrink to go from Earth, to Sun, to Moon
Used growth and border to help with making the rings
Shrink and border helped create the planetary cross-section
Growth helped with this line of planets
Used shrink to create cookie’s shadow
Used border to add chiseled in look to the axe
Used growth to add fire effect around the blade
Created ice wizard’s staff and used growth to create ice effect around the crystal
Eclipse - blacked out area by shrinking the sun
Glowing sword for some reason…? Done with multiple layers of grow selections
Gold trimmed helmed using border select
An energy shield, once again using grow
I think I used the shrink and border modifiers for the apple, and then I lost track for all the others, but I’m sure I used them all
Inspired by Achilles’s entry of food.
- Shrink selection
- Grow Selection.
- Border selection.
- Various Selection.