I typically use a brush already built into photoshop, mostly for when I’m finishing up and trying to get crisper edges and junk. So, like, lay down your colors and get a good blend going then go over it again with this brush which you can find byyy

going to side menu in brushes

selecting that

and choosing ‘append’ because then it’ll add the brushes to your presets without deleting the others or whatever just pressing ‘ok’ does

go to the bottom of your brush list and look for thata one

it’ll give you this kinda bullshit. I tend to set opacity at 70 or 80 because I’m impatient. Blending involves being best friends with the eye-drop tool. I hope this helps!

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1 year ago

5/19/13
4:14
#tutorial #photoshop brushes #yupp #ask stuff

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