Do you want to paint fluidly, on a short layer stack, without giving up the precision of layers? This series arms you with the tools to do exactly that. We’ll explore frequently overlooked Photoshop features that give you the best of both worlds. See the video preview here.
Photoshop’s long history has generally centered on photography, not digital painting. As such, certain tools were designed with the designer or photographer in mind - and are ignored by most digital painters. In this hour long series, I’ll make strong case for using these tools in your painting workflow. Additionally, the .ZIP included worksheets and a sample illustration to practice your new techniques. If you’ve ever wanted to ditch the layer stack, but not give up tight edge control, these videos are for you.
Runtime: 64 Minutes (Digital Download) + Worksheets & Illustration PSD
2. Creating Paths
3. Selection Building
4. Alpha Channels
6. Putting it All Together