Photoshop User TV: Episode 327

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Corey talks about using brushes with layer styles to create an electric brush preset. Pete has a tutorial about re-purposing stock images by cleaning them up with spot healing brush. The guys welcome special guest Aaron Blaise, an illustrator from Disney, who shows how he illustrated an elf using a dynamic mix of Photoshop layers.
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Corey talks about using brushes with layer styles to create an electric brush preset. Pete has a tutorial about re-purposing stock images by cleaning them up with spot healing brush. The guys welcome special guest Aaron Blaise, an illustrator from Disney, who shows how he illustrated an elf using a dynamic mix of Photoshop layers.

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  1. KEN KEITH says:

    Great stuff! Thanks for having Aaron…a very nice addition.

  2. PD Taylor says:

    WOW!!!!!

  3. LARRY TRAVIS says:

    Looking forward to seeing what Aaron has next. Great episode. Thanks

  4. Great show guys!!

    For Corey and Pete meeting Aaron Blaise, is like “meet your god!” “meet Superman!” … wow!!!

  5. Rick Evans says:

    What a differnce layers make, thanks..

  6. KCSmith says:

    You guys always seem to spark some idea with your tips and demonstrations. However, always nice to have a guest. Liked the new perspective and sample of how the tools are used at Disney.

  7. clinton ferrara says:

    Amazing!

  8. charles richardson says:

    Great show. You guys should have Aaron do a Kelby Training course

  9. Ben says:

    Wow That’s one of the most inspiring episodes I’ve Seen and I’ve been watching this show since the start! Great Work Guys!

  10. Richard Chambers says:

    Aaron makes me feel like such a beginner.

  11. Ken Porter says:

    “Pete is better looking than Corey.” But Aaron Blaise rocks!

  12. Stephen Foster says:

    That was awesome. The use of layers and explanation of the process was really amazing. Thanks so much for showing this!

  13. John says:

    Guys, theres a lot of tips using brushes and other “designer” stuff now a days

    are you deliberatly changing the preferred audience.

    as a photographer (and viewing from episode 10) I feel more and more “out of scope”

  14. John Scott says:

    Enjoyed the Show!

  15. Larry Robinson says:

    Can you do a tutorial on how Corey has his Wacom tablet set up?

  16. Chris Alley says:

    Aaron – I love your work.

  17. Edwin Evans says:

    Thanks guys,

    Yet again another great show. I really enjoyed the special guest. It’s amazing how he only utilized layers and different opacities to create that illustration. I know I’m inspired!

    Thanks again,
    v/r

  18. doug sanderson says:

    great show, love the idea of having special guests on the show. I love all the photoshop guys, but seeing special guest show something unique is keeping the show fresh, keep up the good work, CHEERS

  19. Petr says:

    Great. Thanks.

  20. Dan says:

    Great show. Aaron is the bomb!

  21. clive davies says:

    awesome show – what an amazing illustrator. Please bring him back!

  22. dave croft says:

    Great. Aaron, you genius. Thanks guys.

  23. Arth says:

    Hey Guys,
    I love this show so much, never ever had missed any episode. Kinda missing scoot, Dave and Matt. Hope they will come back soon. :)
    Quick question. What kind of Configuration your laptops are, this is specially to Corey, because his PS 3D works really Flawless. Please let me know, because I have extended version of PS and 3D option do not work.

    Keep up the great work you guys. Cant wait for another episode. :D

  24. Paul Carter says:

    Excellent and useful techniques – thanks!

  25. Brent Dunn says:

    Thanks for sharing. It’s always awesome when you get to see inside of Disney’s head.

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