Turning photographs into realistic-looking oil paintings or pencil sketches requires more than just the application of filters. Learn how to use Photoshop's brush collection to obtain the best results. Part two - oil painting.
Photoshop has a selection of brushes for applying realistic craft effects. These brushes can apply colour and convincing textures at the same time. Here we'll add the finishing touches to the initial painting effect created in part one.
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