Photoshop‘s natural-media capabilities are somewhat overshadowed by its photocentric tools. But the chalk and pastel brushes in Photoshop are capable of realistically emulating their traditional counterparts, with the added benefit of a forgiving digital medium. This course aims to expose the chalk and pastel features of Photoshop and provide a clear understanding of how to access and use them to their best advantage. Author John Derry is a master of digital painting; by following along with his expert, friendly instruction, you’ll be able to utilize these tools to create your own convincing dry media artwork.
Customizing brush performance, tilt, and pressure response
Using surface texture
Roughing out the sketch
Creating tonality with blending
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