Join Timothy Sexton for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding how physical tools and digital tools complement each other, part of Photoshop Retouching Techniques: Fashion Editorial.
Okay, now we're going to take a look at how I like to set my brushes up.…So let's go right over here to our brushes, and you could see here I have Transfer clicked,…and let's click that.…And I have both of these settings set to Pen Pressure right there, the Opacity Jitter, and the Flow Jitter.…Let's go back out, and I have my Spacing set to 10%.…Photoshop sets the default of 25., I like 10 because I find that the edges are much more smoother.…Okay, so let's close out, and I'll give a nice example of this.…
Clicking over to Channels then it get myself an Alpha Channel right here, and you could…see how I'm just passing very, very lightly on my tablet, and now I'm pressing a little…bit harder, and you can see how the distribution changes.…We can see how the flow changes on this.…And this is another reason why I have the tablet set to a small portion area because…I just need to move my hand a little bit to make this move.…I'm not moving my arm around, I'm just moving my hand a little bit, and I can really, really,…
- 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