Easy Way to Digitize your Watercolor Paintings in Photoshop

Ana Victoria Calderón, Artist

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9 Lessons (1h 16m)
    • 1. Introduction

      3:05
    • 2. Project Planning

      3:23
    • 3. Scanning

      5:08
    • 4. Simple File Clean Up

      11:53
    • 5. Watercolor Floral Clean Up

      16:36
    • 6. Correction (Clone Stamp + Eraser)

      11:45
    • 7. A Side by Side Look

      2:00
    • 8. Master File

      12:43
    • 9. Extra Examples and Final Thoughts

      9:42
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Project Description

Project Description

Your project will be to upload an image (screenshots are fine) of what your original scanned painting looked like followed by an image of what your final photoshopped file turned out like. Easy! 

We will have some fun before and afters here :D

DELIVERABLE

Upload these assignments in the following order. Screenshots or jps will work. 

1. Original scanned file with no work on it.

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2. Final photoshopped file of your painting.

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*Extra points if you take a picture of what your painting looked like on your desk!*

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