How to Blend On Photoshop – Tips and Techniques
One of the simplest ways to learn how to blend on Photoshop with brushes is with an easy, straightforward, pencil tool. The first step to learning how to blend on Photoshop with brushes is to find the special brush options available on the toolbar at the top of your screen. Double-click the special brush option to open the special drawing palette, then click the desired brush option to begin drawing. If you need to change tools, just select the tool you want from the palette and change to it.
How to blend on Photoshop with brushes by using an analogous color: After you have drawn your basic picture, choose the Paint Bucket option from the drawing menu. Choose either a black or white paint bucket. Now choose a tool such as the Feather Blender from the painting options. Choose the Aqueous Filter from the analogous colors option.
How to blend on Photoshop with brushes by using an analogous color: For this example, assume you’re working on a drawing of a cat. Open a new document, and copy over the image of a grayish brown cat from your own computer onto a new tab. Open a new blank document, and copy over the same image but this time, paste the copied image onto a blank tab. You’ll find that the two documents are identical, so you may forget about the clipping mask option previously discussed.
How to blend on Photoshop with brushes by using an Aqueous Blending Brush: Using an aqueous blending brush will give similar results as the feather blenders, but these brushes are faster and easier to use. To use the aqueous brushes, select the tool from the paint menu, and click on the “Aqueous” drop down menu. Now, click on the “Blend Color” option to bring up the color palette. Select “UV Black” as the primary color, and “Clipping Mask” as the secondary color.
How to blend on Photoshop by using the Alpha Lock mode: With the blending technique described earlier in this article, it is easy to create subtle gradations of color. When working on images, especially images captured in a photo, it’s very easy to make mistakes when applying the blending techniques. One mistake that many beginners make is selecting the wrong color or shade for the background. If the clipping mask layer becomes transparent, then the area you’ve selected is not blended properly, and the result is often an unclear photograph. To solve this problem, you can use the Alpha Channel Masking mode.
How to blend in Procreate by using the Smudge Tool and the Paintbrush Tool: After completing the last step in the previous step of how to blend in Procreate, you should be ready to use the Smudge Tool and the Paintbrush Tool to blend in your image. Select the “Smudge” tool, or the rectangular shape in the toolbar, and choose ” Alzur Medium Blending”. The command buttons prompt you to pick the size from a grid of ten, to enter the width and height of the effect, and finally to begin the blending process. The “Aqua,” “olorize,” Blend” buttons prompt you to perform these operations.