Join Timothy Sexton for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up your tablet to work on detail areas, part of Photoshop Retouching: Fashion Editorial.
Before we start retouching, you should always make sure that all of your settings are set…to where you like them and where it's comfortable for you.…The first thing that I have set is on my Wacom Tablet. Right here in System Preferences,…right down here at the bottom is the Wacom Tablet icon. I am just going to click on that…and open up the Preferences.…The first thing that I have set is the Mapping right here, Tablet Area, which I have set to Portion.…So let's go ahead and click on that, and I can show you what I'm talking about.…So you can see right here that you can adjust your portion, and that means basically that…you can control the area that your tablet is live.…
So instead of having to go edge to edge, top to bottom like this I have this area set right…here, so it minimizes the amount of movement that I need to make with my arm.…So essentially, I'm just really just lightly moving my hand right now, and you can see…that I can go edge to edge really quickly without moving too much.…So I am just going to make this a tiny bit smaller for myself, and it also makes the…
- Setting up your workspace
- Making hair manageable with the Clone Stamp tool
- Using Liquify to shape hair
- Smoothing wrinkles on fabric
- Elongating the model with layers