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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

three masking tape brushes for PS

Directions for uploading these brushes:
Right-click on the image and choose copy image. Paste image into a new document in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. Then choose Edit > Define Brush Preset and give the brush a name.

Then, when you want to add a piece of 'masking tape' to an image, choose that brush, resize it to fit, and use it almost like a stamp--"click" and there you are. You can click several times or copy the layer and use "multipy" mode to make it darker, and you can choose any color you want before you stamp/brush it.

Any questions, let me know!


Maybelline Jones said...

I'm amazed at the skill needed to use Photoshop. I'm surrounded by people here at work that can make amazing images out of seemingly nothing. I wish I was a little more versed with the software.

Anonymous said...

Hi. Great tip.
I am curious as to what color you used for the tape.

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