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This lesson will have your students use brushes and layer styles to write their name in jelly beans. My students love this lesson, I recommend it comes after my Super Hero Palette Colors lesson as it reviews the use of color selection with the jelly beans.
You will download a zip file with the following items:
*A 25 page step-by-step guide to achieving the jelly bean effect and 2 challenge activities for your early finishers that can extend the skills learned in the lesson.
*A completed PSD file so you can view the layers and layer styles used in the lesson (scary file)
*4 sample images using the effect (same as files you see in the cover image)
*An image with the colors used in the lesson
*Of course, the jelly bean image to create the brush with!
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We all get used to using the erasers to remove parts of an image we don’t want; the magic eraser is especially fun to use. But, the erasers can only be used in certain situations. Using the eraser is a destructive process with Photoshop which means we are getting rid of the pixels in our image we are erasing.
In this tutorial you are going to look at one of the most essential features in all of Photoshop – layer masks. Using layer masks is a non-destructive process because the pixels we are trying to remove are not being destroyed, as you will see the pixels are still there even if we can’t see them and we can bring them back!
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