Quick Mask: A Sample Class from Photoshop for Painters

Quick Mask

A Sample Class from Photoshop for Painters

Thank you for joining us! As a little teaser for Megan's and my course, we're sharing some content from our upcoming class.

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Color Space

Do you want to print your artwork in a children’s book? Or perhaps you want to make your own greeting cards? 

Understanding color space will help you better control the colors you get when you are ready to print your artwork. It will also help you keep the colors you like when you are sharing your images on the internet. 

Taught by Brooke Glaser

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Quick Mask

As implied by the name, masks can hide parts of an image you don't want shown.  Want to get rid of some leaves, or switch out your characters' hat? You an mask things invisible, or add another new element in its place!

If you take advantage of Quick Mask (just press Q!), you'll see how quickly removing parts of an image can go!

Taught by Megan Dunagan

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Learn More about Photoshop for Painters


This mini-course was created as part of a larger comprehensive course, called Photoshop for Painters which is now available for pre-order.

The course covers in much greater detail how to  bring your art into the computer, editing it, and sharing it with the world.

Photoshop for Painters will be available for a limited time, this November 24.