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How to Create a Japanese Tea Packaging Design
In this tutorial, Eric will be showing you how to create a Japanese tea packaging design and mockup in Photoshop. To do this we will be using a few of the elements from The Spectacular Textures and Patterns Collection including authentic paper textures from Alien Valley and Japanese patterns from YouandiGraphics. We will build out a scene using elements from one of the mockups from the Design Cuts Marketplace to add an extra level of authenticity to our design. If you are all ready to begin then join us and let the ceremonies begin!
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Here’s a look at what we’ll be creating:
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This freebie pack is just a small sample of what you can expect to find in The Spectacular Textures and Patterns Collection BUNDLE EXPIRED for just $29 (that’s 99% off). With this new design bundle you can bring new life to your design projects with this stunning collection of textures and patterns!
I hope you enjoy the tutorial, and that the bundle has enough great images to intrigue you (I'm hooked already.) I'll give you a little hint about how I handle bundles. Many of the artists offer a dozen or more images (often way more) in their collection, so if there are say 3 companies whose work I like a lot and maybe only 1 or 2 I'm iffy about, I'm really saving a ton of money to buy the bundle because most of the collections individually sell for $8-15 a collection (and sometimes more.)
And here's a secret, as I build my library, I realize that even the ones I wasn't in love with right away, I've eventually used in a project. That's the beauty of building a library of design elements.