A few years ago, the faith clipart was my first exposure to digital art, but it wasn’t until recently that I was able to work on it.
I created a video about how I made the Faith clipart that went viral and earned me an interview with a video game maker.
In this article, I will share with you how to make the Faithclipart for yourself, how I learned to work with Photoshop, and how I plan to continue making videos with Faithcliparts.1.
Start with an Illustrator file that you have.
Most people start with an Adobe Illustrator, but if you don’t have an Illustrify, you can download the free Adobe Photoshop.2.
Open the file in Illustrator.3.
Open Illustrator’s “File > New” menu.4.
In the New File menu, select “File Type.”5.
In “New File,” select “Custom Illustrator.”6.
In Select the Path and Blend Modes, click “Custom.”7.
In Blend Mode, select one of the four Blend Modes: Normal, Light, Shadow, or Color.8.
In Color, click the “Color” button.9.
Select “Invert” from the “In” menu, and then “Inverse” from “Out.”10.
Click the “New” button, and the Faith clips will appear.11.
Click on the Faith in the Clipart and it will change to a new Faith clip.12.
Next, I wanted to create a little more variation.
I wanted a little bit of flair in the Faith.
In Photoshop, you have a lot of options for adding custom elements to your clipart.
For example, I can add a background color, and I can also change the font size and color.
But for Faith, I thought I could add a little sparkle with a sparkle effect.
I decided to go with a little purple and a little gold.
I used my own custom color.
The color is a bit of a wildcard, so I can change it up at any time.13.
Next was the most difficult part of creating the Faith: selecting the appropriate materials.
I love the idea of using gold, but I wanted something that would work for a clip that would be worn by a woman.
I was going to go for gold and silver, but the gold is much more practical.14.
After selecting the correct materials, I would select the “Clip” dropdown, and add the “Paint” drop down.15.
In Paint Mode, I chose the “Create a Clip” option.16.
In Create a Clip, select the black and white background.17.
Next is the key part of the Faithclips creation: the black background.
I chose a dark gray background.18.
To add more sparkle to the clip, I used the “Slight Glow” effect.19.
I also used the highlight effect in the “Brightness” effect, and added some gold.20.
The final step of creating a Faithclip is the gold and blue.
To get the gold effect, I selected the “Gold” drop-down.21.
Next to the “Gift Box” in the Background drop-downs menu, I added the “Faith” and “Love” color gradients.22.
Next I selected “Pair Color.”23.
I selected a black background with a blue tint.
I then selected the background color and the color of the gold.24.
Finally, I picked a dark green color, the “Light Green” gradient.25.
To create the gold, I started with the “Purple” color, selected the Gradient, and created the gold gradient.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.
If you want to see more Faith cliparts, be sure to check out my blog. __________