Sorry I haven’t posted anything new for you guys the last few days. However, I have a good excuse! I’ve been busy learning video screen capture software and setting up a Youtube channel for you guys! Yay! There are a few techniques I want to share forward and I felt a video platform was going to be the most effective.
For this post I did a very short video tutorial showing you all a technique I have developed for creating or swapping out clothing in Photoshop! This is the same technique I used to create the fur costume my model was wearing in my Magic of Literacy: The Caveman image. This technique can be used on any object you need to place into a scene and you want to make the shadows and highlights on the image match (without having to hand draw them). This technique allows you to use a blending mode, by creating a solid tonal layer under the blending mode layer. I use the ALL the time. Not just for clothing.
Bonus: You get to hear my Tennessee accent…
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