An Easier Way.|
I am a little devious with this lesson in that I teach my classes the hard way to do things first and then show them an easier way later.
There is a reason. I want you to practice before you land on this page is so you get used to switching tools, using tool settings brush sizes and so forth.
Many of the tools in Photoshop all have the same sorts of settings. Even tools that have nothing to do with "painting" use the same types of settings.
This "exercise" is the most fun way I can think of to get students accustomed to how things work.
By now though, you have probably realized that getting an even color application by switching back and forth between the airbrush and eraser is virtually
Go over a space twice and it looks blotchy. Erase too much, same result.
Trying to spray right to the edge of a shape is also difficult right?