The Power of the Brush Tool in Photoshop – Phlearn Tutorial Review Part I

As noted in a previous post, I’ve come across a “hitch in the road” so-to-speak where I’ve had to stop working on a tutorial review. It’s annoying and frustrating when your creative process is stopped in its tracks.

But I have decided to use this as an opportunity to write and learn more about brushes and custom settings in Photoshop.

Please note that this tutorial is not free like the other tutorials I have featured on the site. I subscribe to Phlearn, and it’s honestly one of the best things I’ve ever done in terms of learning.

The tutorial I am doing now is very in-depth, and I have come to learn that Aaron Nace is an exceptional tutor. Not only are his lessons interesting and detailed, but he provides everything you want in a learning environment. There are no steps left out or uncovered. And therefore, there are no frustrations for the student to experience. This is what a great tutor should do for their students.

If you’re interested in the tutorial I am currently working through, here are the details:

The Amazing Power of the Brush Tool in Photoshop

From painting beautiful visual effects to making perfect cutouts of a subject, the Brush Tool can do it all. Learn how to create and load custom Photoshop brushes to add realistic rain, snow, and smoke effects to any photo. You’ll even learn how to paint in natural hair detail when placing a subject into a new background.

Best of all, our entire library of over 35 Photoshop brushes is included in this tutorial!

  • 26 Sample Images
  • 35 Photoshop Brushes

As there is so much to cover, it might take me a day or two to complete it, but I’ll be making my final review comments in part two of this tutorial.

For now, I hope everyone is continuing to practice social distancing and keeping safe!

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