Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Painting and color, part of Photoshop for the iPad First Look.
- [Instructor] We have seen the paint brush … at one other point at least in this course, … and what we're going to do is take a bit more … of a look at it just now, and look at color as well. … So of course, you can long-press on this … and you will get further options here. … We're going to use this splatter inside brush, … but before I paint, I'm going to tap the plus … on the opposite side of the screen … to add a new blank layer. … And I'll just paint across a bit like so. … Now what I've decided to do here is, … I'm going to blend this layer down with the background. … So I'm going go to go to the layer options here, … I'm going to change this one to soft light … because it suits my purpose just here, … and also drop down the opacity a little bit … that way I can build it up if I need to. … I'm then going to just erase the layer temporarily, … so I'll tap on the ellipses at the bottom … on the right there, choose select all … and then erase from there just to clean it out … so I've got a nice new starting ground, …
- Opening a document
- Exploring the interface
- Making selections
- Working on masks
- Creating layers and layer groups
- Adding adjustment layers
- Retouching images
- Using blending modes
- Exporting from Photoshop for the iPad
Skill Level Beginner
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Cloud documents2m 38s
1. Getting Started
2. Making Selections and Masks
3. Working with Layers
5. Retouching and Blending
6. Composite Projects
7. Publishing and Exporting
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