Drawing missing details with the Lasso tool


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Drawing missing details with the Lasso tool

So here I am looking at the rough pen mask so far and, in fact, I am working on a catch up document, that's called Rough pen mask.psd, that's found inside of the 16 Tough Stuff folder. I have done an interesting job at any rate, of selecting parts of this pen. If I were to turn off the RGB, so we are looking just at the pen mask. This is what it looks like, pretty garbagy, pretty weird looking at this point. So let's go ahead and trace in that missing bit of pen using the Lasso tool.

Now as I was telling you in a previous exercise, it sounds like this is going to be a pain in the neck, that we have to actually draw a selection using the Lasso tool, of all things. We are not automating the process at all using one of the automated tools, like the Magic Wand, or the Magnetic Lasso, or the Quick Selection tool, or one of those but actually, this is the best way to work. You could get all fancy and use the Pen tool but what we are about to do, works just fine and this is pretty...

Drawing missing details with the Lasso tool
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Drawing missing details with the Lasso tool provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Channels & Masks: Advanced Techniques

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Design Photography
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