How to make a Painterly Watercolour Effect using Photoshop
Hey Hey all you Photoshoppers out there.
I had an idea for a project for one of my Photoshop Classes on giving an image a painterly watercolour feel.
After I finished it I thought it worthy of a video as well.
To make it easy to repeat with different creative settings I created an action to automate the process. Also I have included a copy of the printed tutorial sheets. These are available to download from my Free Downloads page.
If you find it useful please give me a thumbs up or even better leave me a comment in the area below the video on Youtube.
Thank you Ken very much for this Great Tutorial. I Love the Effect and Love How You Teach. You are so calm and very easy to understand which makes it great to Learn your techniques.
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