Everyone likes a FREE training, am I right?! Well, I’ve got one for you: How to edit your watercolor in Photoshop!!
And if you’re asking, “Well, what in the world would I want to do that for?” Well then, let me ask you THIS:
Are you an artist? Have you ever wondered how to get your work on a screen to create prints, backgrounds, wallpapers, YOU NAME IT?! THAT’S why you need this training.
Once I learned how to edit my watercolor in Photoshop, my business finally gained her sea legs and…
…I was able to take on custom wedding stationery clients and quit my day job
…The same tools I use for preparing watercolor for stationery jobs is the same I use for licensing work
…I used the tricks in this training to get my art in my watercolor books!
If I didn’t know how to do this as an artist, I wouldn’t have been able to grow my business and my income.
Watch the free training below:
Free training on digitizing watercolor!! Some of the Photoshop tools I use to edit my watercolor – grab the free guide with all of the steps to scanning and digitizing here: https://jennarainey.lpages.co/digitizing-watercolor-freebie/
Posted by Jenna Rainey on Friday, May 10, 2019
Once you’ve watched this video, you’ll want the free guide that shows you how I use my scanner as well, so here it is: The free guide to SCANNING and digitizing your watercolor
Oh, and while you’re at it you might as well read this blog post on art licensing so you can see how to get started! And then, since you’ll be scanning and editing all of your work, you might as well see if it’s for you!!