This is a simple tutorial for the digital minimalistic art form, Digital Painting.
Digital painting is the art of drawing pictures from digital sources in order to create a painting.
This tutorial will show you how to do this in Photoshop, Illustrator, Illustress, and more.
First, download the Free Digital Painting Photoshop plugin from the Adobe Store.
If you want to learn more about this tool, then click on the “Learn More” button.
Next, open the plugin by double-clicking it and selecting “New.”
The new Photoshop window should open.
To add a new digital painting, click the new “Digital Painting” option and enter a name for the painting, such as “Digital Paintings” or “Digital Abstracts.”
After adding the name of the painting and the source files, click “Add,” and then “Apply.”
This will create a new layer with a new color, and then click “OK.”
Now, you can select a brush to paint with, which can be any color or pattern, and click “Paint.”
After you have selected a brush, you will see a palette.
Click the “Colors” tab, and you will have a list of the colors you want, such a “Black and White” or a “Blue and Orange.”
Click the “+” button to add a color.
You can also click “Filter” to select a color and then add another color.
Once you have added a color, you may also click the “Change” button, and the palette will change to match the color.
After you’ve selected the color, click on “Add.”
Next, you want the painting to be saved to your computer.
To do this, go to your favorite digital painting site and then select the “Save” button in the top right corner.
You should now see a new window with a “Save as…” button, which should be the default way to save a digital painting.
Now, save the painting in the “Desktop” folder.
Click on “Open in” to open a new Photoshop Window, and drag the painting onto the window.
The new painting will now be visible in your digital painting interface, and it will look something like this: