In this video lesson, you'll learn my step-by-step process to digitize my watercolor:
- How to properly scan your artwork so it doesn't look low-res
- Understand the proper tools in Photoshop® to speed up the editing process
- How to remove the grey paper texture from your watercolor paper without sacrificing any quality in your art
- How to properly save your art files (color mode, dpi, etc) so they look best for print and web
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I'm so glad you're here. By you showing up, that tells me that you're eager...
Eager to learn and eager to grow.
I used to take SO much time editing my work in Photoshop—using the eraser tool for hours trying to get rid of that pesky paper background so I could turn my own artwork into phone cases, pillows, prints... you name it!
Honing this process and learning these skills have opened up so many door for me and I'm stoked to be able to help you with it.
Take your time, rewatch the video as many times as you need, and keep practicing! You've got this.