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How’d They Do That? No. 14: Mask Making

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How’d They Do That? No. 14: Mask Making
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This mini lesson focuses using various tools and selections to create five different custom masks as templates for photos or papers.

You will learn how to:

  • create five unique masks
  • load and resize brushes
  • fill a selection with color
This lesson includes:
A 12-page, full-color pdf with screen shots (in PS CS3) and step-by-step instructions for Photoshop and Photoshop Elements users
One patterned paper and five brushes, all designed by Katie Pertiet

You will need:
Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop Elements
Adobe Acrobat

Difficulty:
While I do provide every step necessary to complete the techniques, it is helpful to have some experience with opening and closing files and a basic knowledge of the Photoshop or Photoshop Elements workspace.

Note:
This information was previously distributed in a “How’d They Do That?” Chat. If you participated in that chat, you already have this product.

File Size: 10MB


LP683998 Designer: Cassie Jones

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Samantha Tucker - 12/13/2009 4 of 5 Stars!
I appreciated this tutorial as a begginer to PSE, however it left me hanging as there was not any direction for closure or how to complete the project. I would have appreciated a bit more direction. Otherwise it was great and I hope to put it to future use!
Carol Griffin - 03/14/2009 5 of 5 Stars!
I had already experimented with making my own masks but this lesson helped me smooth the rough edges off my techniques. Again, the steps are easy to follow. This is harder to do than it sounds because when you are really good at something you tend to leave out steps that are second nature to you. That has never been a problem in any of the lessons I have bought.
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