Crosshatching and brush size


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Crosshatching and brush size

I've done a little bit of work in the Background and I've called it Eyes nose lips & chin.psd found inside the 31_bristle_brushes folder. If you want to get a sense of what I've done, go ahead and turn off the Background layer and you can see that I've traced down the forehead, along the eyebrows, all around the eyes and into the eyes as well, down the bridge of the nose, around the nostril, down into the mouth and lips, around the chin as you can see here both on the inside of the chin and along the outside in Colleen's sweater and I also painted up the jaw line. Now, when I was painting the jaw line, I ended up painting in some pretty large brushstrokes.

I used a 15 pixel version of my bristle brush. Now, while big brushes can be very useful for basically roughing in broad areas of detail like that, you also have to watch out for streaking where the mixer brush is concerned. So just keep an eye on your brush work as you go along and it can be very helpful to turn o...

Crosshatching and brush size
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Crosshatching and brush size provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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