Duration: 1h 23m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English
Where do brushes come from, and how do you make your own? How do illustrators use brushes in their illustrations? What's all this buzz online about Photoshop brushes?
In the second part of this Photoshop for Illustrators series, I'll take you through an in-depth look at the brush tool. We'll cover everything from modifying and creating your own brushes to sketching and inking a final illustration.
Learn how to produce illustrations that you can share online with your friends, add to your portfolio, or incorporate into your client projects.
What You'll Learn
*Brush Tool Settings. You'll walk through all the basic settings needed to truly start experimenting with brushes.
*Your Own Brushes. You'll learn different techniques for creating your own brushes.
*Brush Tools. You'll learn how to sketch and ink your illustration with the brush tool.
What You'll Do
*Project Deliverable. Illustrate an object of your choosing.
*Description. Share the illustration you made with your classmates. Explain the tools used to create it.
*Specs. Use the provided assets or create your own illustrations. (Be sure to check out brushes from Kyle T. Webster, which I recommend you purchase. You'll need CS5 or higher to use his brushes.) In this class, you'll also find links to other free brush packs.
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