Introducing our newest Video Tutorial: Working with Photoshop’s Quick Mask Mode

Working with Photoshop's Quick Mask Mode
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  • Feb 6, 2018
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Working with Photoshop’s Quick Mask Mode

Go Media’s Arsenal proudly announces the release of a brand new video tutorial, “Digitizing Your Illustrations with the Quick Mask Mode in Photoshop.”

In this video tutorial, Go Media’s Lindsey Meisterheim will be using a kind line illustration to show you how to work with the quick mask mode in Photoshop.

This tutorial will show you how this versatile tool was a key element in ensuring her one of a kind illustration maintained a realistic, hand-drawn look (as if it was drawn right in Photoshop).

Lindsey will take you step-by-step through her process. This includes how she:

  • got the inspiration for her unique, almost child-like drawing
  • used the quick mask mode to achieve the look you see above (shapes built upon shapes without losing their integrity/color)
  • added the watercolor/wash effect
  • chose the color for her piece
  • and more!

Lindsey will show how she uses this versatile tool to refine her selection and maintain the integrity of the illustration she has created so that it appears as if it was drawn right in Photoshop.

Follow along with Lindsey as she moves through the tutorial. The 10 Indian Ink Washes we included will aid you in your journey.

Tutorial length: 35 minutes

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