Photoshop Tutorial: Sketch and Ink Effect Using Difference Blend Mode

June 23, 2017, Adobe Photoshop Tutorials, 14 views
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Generate beautiful pencil strokes automatically using the Difference blend mode in Photoshop. Create amazing sketch effect and learn to manually add shade and dimension as if it was painted with ink. Later, using multiple blend modes, we’ll add realistic paper texture and interesting effects using the Color Lookup adjustment layer.

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In this tutorial, we’ll use one of the features of the difference blend mode to create a fantastic effect. When two layers are completely aligned with the exact same image, when you change the blend mode of the top layer to difference, it turns black. Why? Because the difference between two exact same colors is black. Now, whenever the alignment is broken, difference blend mode starts showing cracks or strokes. Besides using the same for alignment purposes, why not use it the other way round to create those stokes? That’s exactly what we will do today.

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