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Video Tutorial: Texturing Tips in Photoshop

Texture Editing Tutorial

Textures!

When we’re looking to add some texture to our designs, we typically search for things like “grunge” or “paper”.

We can waste a lot of time searching for the perfect texture.

We find one, add it to our project, try some blending options, and if it wasn’t right, we keep looking.

In this quick tutorial, I show you how to create some really awesome textures from various images with just a few tweaks using adjustment layers. I hope it helps elevate your next design!

 

 

Alex WatsonAlex Watson is founder of PixelPreacher.net. Find more helpful tutorials at www.youtube.com/pixelpreacher and find your next sermon series at www.pixelpreacher.net

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