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Coloring / Shading a Drawing in Photoshop – Tutorial

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  1. Hey, just wanted to say a big thanks for the time and effort you put into creating these great learning videos, and your fab artwork. but my main question to you is this:- Why can't you use Procreate to do the same job as Photoshop and then you don't need to export to another device? I thought Procreate was supposed to do the same job as PS? Anyways great job!

  2. In some of your other videos I see you are using an 'iPad & pen', where as in this video you're using the 'XP Pen Artist 16 Pro'.
    Here's my question. Which tablet do you prefer using & why? I know this video is over 2 1/2 years old, and with new 'tech' coming out all the time, one's preferences can change.

  3. I used this tutorial step by step to make my first digital drawing. Wish I could attach it to this comment to share with you but I'm STOKED on the result!! Thanks so much for this!!!

  4. So cool wish I could learn to color in photoshop just can't figure it out. Even when I watch videos probably how I pick my colors idk or maybe I'm not made out to color like this sad face

  5. Did you know that if you choose the freehand lasso tool and hold Option (Mac) you can switch back and forth between freehand and polygon lasso as you're drawing your selection? That's the coolest thing I've learned about doing selections. 🙂

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