Creating masks

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An old video I found in my archives. Just thought I’d upload it.

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7 Responses to Creating masks

  1. Melvin says:

    awesome! is this how you usually get your grunge on your shapes? it is possible to turn that shape into a brush right? that would be even more awesome


  2. Lyuhala says:

    That we like!!! And all other tutorial like videos you make are highly appreciated.. :D
    And it is very important to pimp your video with a cool track ;)

  3. Jokke-svin says:

    Melvin –> I’ve never really used custom brushes. That’s something I have to look into in the near future. Do you have any experience with brushes yourself?

    Lyuhala –> Then I shall make more ;)

  4. Melvin says:

    i don’t use them that much either, have downloaded a couple brush sets but mainly use them to grunge up some edges and they are great for creating moodboards but its just a cool idea to actually use your brush as a digital brush! + you don’t have to duplicate your layer over and over again so it reduces some file size aswell:)

    here is a great photoshop tutorial site

  5. Jokke-svin says:

    Melvin –> Cool thanks. I’ll check out that site :)

  6. Kristian says:

    Great Video!

    What scanner are you using? It certainly appeared to give you great scans.

    Also what did you with photoshop to make everything but the text turn to a Peach / Pink colour?

    Thanks, great site!

  7. Jokke-svin says:

    Kristian –> Thanks man. Hmm I honestly can’t remember the brand of the scanner. It’s on the school that I graduated from this summer. It’s an A3 scanner though, running the awesome SilverFast software.

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