Making a Card Game from Scratch in Adobe Photoshop
- Any version of Adobe Photoshop, or other imaging program
- A way to save PNG files from their editing software
- A Game Crafter or other game creation website account
- Adobe InDesign, if creating their rules booklet in InDesign
- Student should have a familiarity with Photoshop before starting this class
- Student should have a familiarity with InDesign before starting this class if they wil be making their rule book with it
Learn Photoshop by Making a Card Game from Scratch!
Have you ever wanted to make a card game to play with your friends and family? In this course, we're going to design the cards, rule book and box cover for a Crazy Eights-type card game, and upload them online and get them printed on-demand.
I will start by showing you a completed deck, then we will go into Adobe Photoshop and make the entire deck, the rule book, and the box from scratch. I will also show you how to make the same rule book in InDesign.
When all the parts are finished, we will upload it to a game manufacturer and get it printed.
If you've ever wanted to make your own card game, this is the course to watch!
Within a few hours, you should have a complete card game!
- For those who want to make a card game, but don't know where to start
- For those with a card game created, but need to know how to publish it
- For those who want passive income selling their games online
- For those who want to practice common skills in Photoshop
- Getting Started Creating Our Game
- Creating the Icons for All of the Cards in Our Deck
- Making All of the Cards in Our Deck and Saving Them as PNG Files
- Making the 108-Card Tuck Box
- Finishing the Tuck Box and Card Back
- Creating the Rules Booklet in Photoshop
- Creating the Rules Booklet in InDesign
- Uploading Our Card Deck to the Game Crafter Website
I've been teaching since 2004. I have a background in photography and graphic design, and also computer programming and repair. I currently work at several corporate training centers, teaching Adobe Creative Suite and the Microsoft Office Suite programs. I also teach computer programming on a one-on-one basis.