MAKE IT ANYWHERE.

SCAD student Caleb Morris designs on the fly, using Adobe Brush to pick up inspiration wherever he goes. Watch the video ›

Make your own thing. Get started with this tutorial:
How to create custom brushes from your photos with Adobe Brush ›

See what students are making

MAKE IT QUICK.

ASU student Scott Biersack uses Adobe Shape to speed his process from sketchbook to skateboard.
 
Make your own thing. Get started with this tutorial:
Turn a picture on your phone into a vector graphic with Adobe Shape ›

MAKE IT 3D.

Pratt student Kai Lin gives caricature portraits a new twist by 3D printing them in Photoshop. Yes, Photoshop.
 
Make your own thing. Get started with this tutorial:
How to print a 3D object in Photoshop ›

MAKE IT MOVE.

School of Visual Arts student Vivienne Medrano brings her animated characters to life with Adobe Illustrator and Sketch.
 
Make your own thing. Get started with this tutorial:
How to use Live Corners in Illustrator CC to edit images ›

MAKE IT REAL.

University of South Wales student Dominik Urban uses Photoshop and After Effects to tell fascinating stop-motion stories.
 
Make your own thing. Get started with this tutorial:
How to insert 3D objects in After Effects CC ›

MAKE IT BIG.

 

Adobe and Girl Skateboards recently teamed up to give students an opportunity to design and market a limited-edition skateboard line. Five students were selected. Two of them were flown to Girl’s headquarters in LA, and three participated remotely via Creative Cloud. All of them were stoked.
 
Remember — we're always looking for great student work to showcase. So keep tagging your projects with #madethis in your Behance portfolio. You might be the next student we feature here on adobe.com.
Girl Skateboards: watch the video

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Be an Adobe Student Rep. Show your classmates how to make it with Creative Cloud.