Join John Derry for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Customizing Brushes in Photoshop.
- [Voiceover] In this course we've focused on…customizing Photoshop brushes.…If you are interested in delving into other…aspects of Photoshop's brush capabilities,…you may want to check out my other brush related titles.…These include Natural-Media Painting in Photoshop,…Pastel Drawing with Photoshop,…Photoshop CS6 New Features: Brushes…and Photoshop CS5: Painting with the Mixer Brush.…Don't be fooled by the CS5 and 6 titles,…even though they are not current…with the present CC 2015 release,…not that much has changed…regarding Photoshop's brushes…so there is plenty of useful information available…in these courses.…
Well that's it.…We've finished this course.…I encourage you to try out the techniques we've looked at.…By creating your own brushes you are even one step closer…to fully expressing yourself creatively.…Until next time, happy painting!…
John begins by going over some important brush tips that many artists are unaware of: bristle, erodible, and airbrush tips. He talks about how to customize the brushes and use them to mimic natural bristle brushes, chalk, and spray paint. He also addresses some global issues such as paint flow and spacing, which can have a dramatic impact on any brush you create.
From there he jumps into some more advanced techniques, such as blending colors, loading brushes with multiple colors, and using Brush Projection. Use these tips together to extend the toolset and maximize your creative freedom in Photoshop.
- What brush do you want to create?
- Designing brush tips
- Painting with bristle tips and erodible tips
- Simulating spray paint with airbrush tips
- Saving brush presets
- Blending color
- Enhancing fidelity with dual brushes