Draw On Photo Effect Photoshop CC Tutorial

CREATE THIS EFFECT QUICKLY AND EFFECTIVELY IN PHOTOSHOP CC! | We’ll cover how to customize the Brush tool in Photoshop to quickly and easily create this highly customizable effect!

In this Photoshop CC tutorial, we’ll learn to use the brush tool over a colorful photograph to create a really cool looking effect that can be very easy to customize and change exactly as you may want it to look. This effect was inspired by the very cool campaign that I saw on Behance: https://www.behance.net/gallery/50172833/Encore-Campaign-2016

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Tutorial Recording Notes:

Disclaimer: these are the actual notes I used to record this video and are written in a language you may or may not understand. Hopefully, you find them useful or cool.

  1. Open the image
  2. Create a selection around the model and save this selection
  3. Grab the brush and set foreground color to white
  4. Open the Brush Settings panel and tick on Shape Dynamics and set the Control of Size jitter to Pen Pressure
  5. Go to Brush Tip shape and set the brush size to 30px, make sure the brush is hard-edged, and reduce spacing to 0%
  6. Now use a tablet with pen pressure to create the white swaths of artwork and cool designs swirling around the photo we’re using.
  7. If you don’t have a tablet to draw with, set the Control drop down menu to Fade and set that to anything between 350 and 1500 depending on how long you want your line to be as it tails off to nothing
  8. Go over the useful hotkeys like brush size and eraser tool
  9. Use your tablet or mouse to draw lines and art elements around this model. Doodle on the image
  10. Use the fade feature when needed and buildout piece of the artwork and then bring them into the image. Not everything needs to be a perfect one-time drawing.
  11. Mask these doodles into the model using the selection that we created before.