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Painting With Adobe Photoshop

Jack Davis

Painting With Adobe Photoshop

Jack Davis

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Lessons

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1 Introduction Duration:37:34
2 Why Do Expressive Painting Duration:21:39
4 Jack's Painting Presets Duration:15:19
5 Enhancing Source Images Duration:24:01
12 Creating Repeating Patterns Duration:17:15
16 Inverted Mask Trick & Q&A Duration:13:00
17 Q&A Duration:10:22
18 Mixer Brush & Parameters Duration:21:27
19 Jack's Brushes & Brush Strokes Duration:15:21
20 Secrets of the Mixer Brush Duration:20:06
22 Still Life Underpainting Duration:30:32
23 Final Blending of a Still Life Duration:25:18
24 Print Discussion with Q&A Duration:09:28
26 Painted Signature Stamps Duration:10:15
28 Pet Portrait Overview Duration:08:42
30 Painting a Pet Portrait Duration:1:17:41
31 Pet Portrait: Final Blending Duration:13:41
35 The Liquify Tool & Sketching Duration:39:12
37 Changing Image Aspect Ratio Duration:11:55
39 3rd Party Painting Filters Duration:23:56
40 Final Q & A Duration:15:54

Class Description


Learn how to reshape your photographs into expressive original art quickly and easily with Adobe® Photoshop® Hall-of-Famer Jack "Wow" Davis. Clients love artistic expressions of their family and pets, especially as large (profitable) gallery wraps or watercolor prints. Join Jack as he shows you simple step-by-step techniques for transforming your photos into gorgeous oils, pastels, watercolors and sketches – all by cloning and filtering your original photographs.


Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CC 14.0

Reviews

Shannon
 

Okay, I'll be first. Jack has an easy, approachable way of teaching. It was more like being in the room with him, watching over his shoulder as he created something utterly new and exciting. Even when he worked on images he had done many times, I never sensed boredom or a lack of enthusiasm. He was patient with questions and answered them completely. I hope Jack enjoyed this way of teaching as much as the world enjoyed watching. Maybe he'll find more to share. I know I'll sign up for his next one. This workshop inspired me to start creating art again. I'm slowly losing my sight and sad to say, I was starting to let it get to me. As I watched Jack, I tried just a few things and realized that I can do this. Digital art is much easier for me than pencil and paper because of the technology. I miss the pencil and paper drawing, of course, but this is so much FUN! The techniques that Jack shared are wonderful and the results rockin' ... or as Jack says, bitchin'. Thanks to Jack and creativeLIVE I'm back in my head in a good way.

Shannon
 

Okay, I'll be first. Jack has an easy, approachable way of teaching. It was more like being in the room with him, watching over his shoulder as he created something utterly new and exciting. Even when he worked on images he had done many times, I never sensed boredom or a lack of enthusiasm. He was patient with questions and answered them completely. I hope Jack enjoyed this way of teaching as much as the world enjoyed watching. Maybe he'll find more to share. I know I'll sign up for his next one. This workshop inspired me to start creating art again. I'm slowly losing my sight and sad to say, I was starting to let it get to me. As I watched Jack, I tried just a few things and realized that I can do this. Digital art is much easier for me than pencil and paper because of the technology. I miss the pencil and paper drawing, of course, but this is so much FUN! The techniques that Jack shared are wonderful and the results rockin' ... or as Jack says, bitchin'. Thanks to Jack and creativeLIVE I'm back in my head in a good way.

Anissa Long
 

I was so excited to see this class on sale last week, as I watched the orignal broadcast, and have watched bits and pieces here and there of the rebroadcast. Since I'm a photographer and not a painter, I was fascinated by Jack's easy teaching style and have been inspired to learn something new, since I'm not intimidated by a blank piece of paper. I really like the look of the finished product, already own the tools, and plenty of archived work to practice on, so I bought the course. I'm really happy I did, since I frequently need to "rewind-replay-rewind-replay" as I'm practicing on one monitor while class is on the other!