Recreating a design by breaking down its elements is a great way to learn and expand your skills. See this design’s elements broken down into grunge, art, and vintage brushes.
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How to use a digital photo mask and add embellishments using Photoshop brushes of vintage script, postcards, etc.
Using a flattened file vs a cut out allows you to keep the shading and background colors of the original illustration, but how do you integrate that into your background? It takes a little bit of work, but the results are more integrated and with more depth.
Using grunge brushes in the Photoshop layer mask is a great way to add aging and distressing to elements of a digital collage. My favorite brush happens to be Free!
When using Vintage French Script Overlays and Photoshop Brushes, use the free grunge brushes in the layer mask to edit the overlay/brush to better suit your image.
This week, I’ll be showing you examples of using vintage French script brushes and overlays. This macro of hydrangea petals is made with an overlay and textures from the Artiste collection.
I thought I’d write a quick note to say that while all seems quiet on the front here, I’m madly busy behind the scenes getting things in place before I officially announce the site. So, here’s a bit about what I’m up to—and what’s coming. Textures, brushes, actions, frames, and more!