An essential design tool or a smart hack to make things look better — choose any characteristic for the Photoshop actions, it will fit anyway. And since everyone is using them, we thought it would be handy for you to play a hand in your first hand-made action in your artistic sack.
A month ago we shared our selection of free Photoshop actions we’d use in our workflow — and which we equally recommend bringing to yours. Well, fine add-ons work like mockups or fonts here: you should have plenty of them, all different and unique, as no one will say what project you will set up tomorrow.
However, possessing a rich library of actions is not enough. You may already have experience of lacking resources for your design project. And since it doesn’t seem possible to find them anywhere, you may have to create a custom Photoshop action for your purpose. So knowing the basics may help you solve the problem — or at least give you some understanding on where to move for the solution.
That’s why I’ve recorded a brief yet so helpful video on how the actions work and how you can create an action yourself. And the very case study is quite representative, frankly.
With a set of similar objects, you must be unwilling to apply a number of identical operations to each of them manually. So to save time, effort and working enthusiasm (!) we’ll elaborate your first crafted Photoshop action together.