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It’s one of the most essential skills for almost every designer to master. Basically, we make watercolor stroke brushes in Photoshop and use them for a palette, which is a brilliant element to decorate or complete you moodboard, for example.
Tenderness comes along with trends and we’ve been great fans of them both. So when our friend and a talented freelance illustrator Oxana Kuznetsova aka Milka has shared with us this handy and pretty simple technique, we knew for sure: this skill of transferring paper watercolors into Photoshop brushes must be valued and shared. And we, actually, did it!
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Once you try out the artistic power of watercolor strokes, there opens a great diversity of numerous combinations and variants for applying the newly acquired experience. Prepare your favorite watercolors, paper, scanner, good-old Photoshop and enjoy our tutorial!
Really useful tutorial!
Thanks, Joana! Happy to come in handy 🙂