Painting On Clipping Masks

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Painting on Clipping Masks
by Syndee Rogers

 

Take your brushes and elements from grayscale to great using the Brush Tool and clipping masks to add multiple colors.

 

For this tutorial you will need:
  • Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop
  • Paper, element, or overlay (download mine below)

Download the Manual and Layered Quick Page Used In This Video (38MB)

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Credits:
Flowers, word art, background, and frame by Syndee Rogers

 

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32 Responses

  1. Sharron Lamb
    | Reply

    Thanks Syndee! Love your tuts, and this one is no exception.

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      Thank you so much Sharr!

  2. Deborah
    | Reply

    Fun tutorial. Thanks! Just a tip for Photoshop CC users: if you’re experiencing a delay using the brush, turn off the smoothing entirely. I did that with mine, and I don’t notice much difference without the smoothing and the brush is much faster.

  3. Jo Campbell
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    How neat! Thank you so much.

  4. Joanne M Snow
    | Reply

    Syndee for the Life is Beautiful what font is that?

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      Hi Joanne, it’s word art from one of my embellishment template sets called: Stories We Tell Clusters at Scrap Girls.

  5. zita B
    | Reply

    Thanks Syndee for this fun tutorial!

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      So glad you liked it!

  6. Maggie
    | Reply

    Awesome tutorial, thanks Syndee 🙂

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      Glad you enjoyed it Magge! 🙂

  7. Kay Morrison
    | Reply

    Syndee,
    Thank you for the cute tutorial!

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      You so welcome Kay!

  8. Jessica Trotter
    | Reply

    Loved this! Thanks so much!

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      So glad you like it Jessica!

  9. Julie
    | Reply

    Love this! Thanks so much for the painting instructions – easy and fun! 🙂

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      That’s what I love about it – it’s so easy!

  10. Jane
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    Pssst! This method works with Syndee’s new ScrapSimple kit, Altered Art, available over at ScrapGirls.

    Thanks for this freebie, Syndee!

    Jane

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      So glad you like it Jane! And you are right it works great for templates!

  11. doris edgar
    | Reply

    Thank you so much for this lesson

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      So happy you liked it Doris!

  12. Nina
    | Reply

    Always SO much to learn!! THANK you!!!

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      I’m so glad you found it helpful!

  13. Olga Litvin
    | Reply

    This is great! Thanks so much!

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      You are welcome!

  14. Sharon Calhoun
    | Reply

    Great tutorial. I am always amazed at the different ways to accomplish things in this software. Thanks so much.

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      So glad you liked it Sharon!

  15. Monica
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    Beautiful effect with not much work! Thanks so much.

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      That’s one of the reasons I love it so much – it’s so easy!

  16. Christine
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    Thank you, Syndee, for this great video and download!
    Christine

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      Glad you liked it Christine!

  17. Diane Gass
    | Reply

    Really enjoyed learning this. Thanks so much!

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      I am so glad you enjoyed it Diane!

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