Photoshop Creative magazine– October 2018 DRAW ANYTHING WITH BRUSHES So you have Photoshop, you’ve downloaded some brushes, and you’ve checked out some tutorials on how to create digital artwork. But what if you’re not very good at drawing? Well, we’re here to help! Drawing is one of the simplest hobbies you can practise: all you need is a pencil and some paper. But some of us don’t have the natural artistic talent of being able to put down on a page what we visualise in our minds. Getting better at drawing is first and foremost a matter of practise – as with most skills – but to help you start off on the right foot, we asked our favourite digital artists for their top drawing tips. Inside, we’re going to be looking at some simple ways you can to improve your Photoshop drawing abilities. From sketching animals or embellishing portraits, to adding light and shade to your images and getting the best out of different brushes. Think of this as your crash course to become a better artist. Even if you’re a pretty good artist already, you’re bound to pick up a few handy tips along the way.
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