Paint Like An Artist Part 2 - Celia Henderson
Fancy converting your image into a watercolour. Artists use brushes, colour washes, fine brushes, sketch tools and sponges to dab, stipple, splatter, dry brush their canvas and each technique creates a completely different effect. Photoshop is not just for photographers, but for those who wish to create a digital image in our own style or in the style of famous painters. In this workshop I will show you how to use brushes, filters and blend modes in a variety of combinations. Work with a variety of Photoshop brushes that create watercolour effects. Apply filters, combined filters to also create watercolour effects. And make sure to include artist papers in your work – to build in textures and parchments.