September 17, 2019 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 17, Issue 38
It’s hard to believe that here in my neck of the woods, it’s time to say goodbye to summer and hello to fall. And while summer is my favorite season weather-wise, fall wins for the most stunning array of colors and textures. And I am all about lots of color, whether it’s the cool hues of the ocean or the rich and varied colors of falling leaves.
One thing all seasons have in common is a wonderfully varied color palette. So how does one add those wide-ranging colors to, say, a digital brush or single layer element quickly?
Well, good news! This week, I’m sharing my favorite method of adding multiple colors to a brush or element using the Brush Tool and Clipping masks. And if you didn’t already think that Brushes are super amazing and useful, you won’t believe how fun and easy this technique is.
Scroll down to find a quick video tutorial below featuring my brush method as well as a FREE layered quick page to play with. I’ll see you there.
P.S. The randomly-chosen winner from our Dog Week drawing for a free class was Kellie Linn. Congrats, Kellie!
New FREE Quick Video by Syndee Rogers
Take your brushes and elements from grayscale to great using the Brush Tool and clipping masks to add multiple colors.
⇒ Includes a FREE layered quick page!