Photoshop How To: Set Up Photoshop Layers Panel And History Panel
This is a short video tutorials excerpt from one of my online Photoshop courses. Learn how to set up your Photoshop layers panel and your Photoshop history panel. Everything in Photoshop makes a lot of sense and is very straight forward once you have been shown what to do. See my courses by clicking on the boxes to the right. And thanks for stopping by. If you do take one of my courses I would love to see your artwork. Just leave me a comment here and I’ll upload it to show it off to my readers. This except is from my course Learn Photoshop: Create Gorgeous Art in 2 Days. (Click on the link for discount coupon.)
How I Find High Resolution Photoshop Brushes Free Online
If you haven’t used free online brushes before you’re going to be really amazed at how many – and how amazing and gorgeous – free Photoshop brushes are available on the internet. And so many of them are high quality and free. Learn how I find free and high resolution Photoshop brushes online very quickly. This quick Photoshop tip will save you tons of time and help you add lots of amazing PS brushes to your Photoshop arsenal of very cool brushes.
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Create 4 Photoshop Textures from 2 textures in Photoshop
Its very easy to create lots of new textures from other textures in Photoshop. Here is a video that shows two textures that I mixed together to create 4 new textures in Photoshop. These are the types of textures that I like to use in the background of my artwork. I look for textures that have textures, various smugs and scratches, and lines or circles or other shapes. I stick to using textures that are copy-right free and for use in commercial projects. That way, if part of the texture is still identifiable, I won’t have the create claiming copyright infringement. As you can see, part of the flowers are still visible in the new textures that I created. This is not a step-by-step tutorial, rather it’s just to show you four different textures that I created from 2 textures. Watch the vidoee and then scroll beneath to download the 2 textures I used, plus the four that I created. Have fun!
All you have to do to create your own textures is to:
Play with the opacity on the top layer texture
Try out different Blend Modes in the Layers pallet
Use the Color Balance to change the colors
Test out different filters in the Art Filter Gallery (found under Filter/Filter Gallery)
Photoshop Textures Used and Created in This Photoshop Texture Video