Making digital art is a ton of fun if you go about it the right way. It’s a very experimental process, so you have to give yourself the freedom to try new things and just play without any expectations.
The pieces are probably not going to fall into place immediately. It takes awhile before you get just the right combination of textures, blend modes, overlays and colour adjustments before your art is just right.
You might not even like what you are creating at first. But it is fun and a bit addictive, so if you stick with it and just play around you’ll get the hang of it.
In this video I demonstrate my general process for creating digital art including selections, textures, overlays and colour grading.
Plus, look below the video for information about how to get my new “Various Overlays” a free sample overlay collection that you see in the video. It includes maps, sheet music, frames and other goodies.
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Until March 16, 2020, you can pick up my 4 brand new texture collections and my new Photoshop Brushes at a huge discount.