Creative Halftones: Unlock the Secrets of Photoshop's Hard Mix Blend Mode

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6 Lessons (23m)
    • 1. Think of the Possibilities!

      1:42
    • 2. What Exactly Is The Hard Mix Blend Mode?

      1:17
    • 3. Some Tips Before we Begin

      2:14
    • 4. 1 Standard Halftone, and 1 Strange One

      5:29
    • 5. Wallpaper Symmetries, Lace and Filigree Halftone

      6:27
    • 6. A Look Toward After Effects and the Possibilities of Motion

      6:02
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16 of 16 students recommend this class
Smart, interesting and fast method.
this is a very interesting video!
Tracey Reinke

Photographer & Graphic Design Student

Great quick and easy class that could definitely be useful for some graphic projects! There is one section that I didn't really understand because I don't have experience with animation. If you're in the same boat, just skip the last module.
Sebastiaan Destellirer

Graphic Designer, Teacher

The Hard Mix is a real fun blending mode to play with. It is the kind off effect you can experiment lot with.